Come September and another new horror story will haunt TV show lovers, as FX announces its fall premiere dates for the much coveted American Horror Story season 6. Along with Tuesday's AHS news, the network promised a few laughs to viewers with two freshman comedies – Donald Glover's Atlanta and Pamela Adlon's Better Things.
American Horror Story is slated to return for season 6 on Wednesday, 14 September at 10pm EST.
While the network has fixed the premiere date for the show, it hasn't yet revealed the theme for this season of the horror anthology series. Co-created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the FX show recently released a mysterious image teasing the imagination of fans.
Before AHS returns for the fresh season on TV, FX will premiere the Glover-created comedy Atlanta. The creative project will kick off on Tuesday, 6 September at 10pm EST. Narrating the story of two cousins, the single-camera comedy series will take viewers through the Southern capital's hip-hop scene.
In the show Glover stars as Earn Marks, who is attempting to kick-start his cousin Alfred's – played by Brian Tyree Henry – music career.
Adlon and Louis CK co-created Better Things – another fresh comedy off the FX platter – will debut on TV on Thursday, 8 September at 10pm EST. In the show, Adlon plays single mother and working actress Sam Fox, who has to juggle between her work, her role as a mother raising three daughters and squeezing some private time for herself.
The 49-year-old actress is also the executive producer of the comedy series along with Louis CK.
For more updates on FX's show timing, synopsis and plots, watch this space.