Unlike the cryptic promos that have come before, this preview gives American Horror Story fans a first look at the stars in action.
Overseeing all of this with a helluva mane is Michael Langdon, played by Cody Fern. Soon after, Eichner and "Cult" co-star Leslie Grossman appear on screen before Grossman takes off on a doomed plane ride alongside other "Horror Story" veterans Lourd and Evans Peters and series newcomer Joan Collins. Elsewhere, a terrified Constance Langdon hints that Jessica Lange's character might finally get her comeuppance. Although Apocalypse is shrouded in the usual mystery of American Horror Story, the teaser gives a glimpse at what fans can expect from the September 12 premiere and beyond.
And a new teaser trailer has given fans the first glimpse of new footage, featuring a handful of new and returning characters. In fact, Peters and Paulson will each play three characters in the upcoming crossover. So why wouldn't Ryan Murphy and company combine them when bringing the antichrist that Vivien Harmon birthed at the end of season 1?
As the title of the new installment suggests, it's the end of the world and now Earth is unlivable.
Then, after seemingly having returned from the dead for the second time, Madison says: "I bet you thought you'd seen the last of me". Getting to juggle the most roles this season are longtime cast members Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson, who are playing three separate characters each: their Murder House and Coven characters, as well as new roles created just for this series.
We're just a week away from the premiere of American Horror Story: Apocalypse - the highly anticipated crossover between Murder House and Coven - and based on the trailer FX just released, it looks like it won't disappoint.