Billie Returns to “American Horror Story” for Season 11

DEADLINE – During FX’s TCA executive session last week, chairman John Landgraf revealed that the upcoming Season 11 of the venerable anthology horror series will premiere this fall. This was the first piece of real information the network has provided about the new installment, the first of three picked up in 2020.

That is because of the mystery AHS mastermind Ryan Murphy likes to surround each season with, releasing carefully orchestrated clues to build anticipation.

According to sources, those returning for Season 11 include a number of familiar faces, including AHS alums Zachary Quinto (who appeared on the show from 2011-2013), Billie Lourd (2017-2021) Isaac Powell (2021) and Patti LuPone (2013). Also part of the cast of the new installment are Sandra Bernhard, who appeared on another Murphy-produced FX series, Pose, another Murphy regular, Joe Mantello, who was in two Murphy projects, Netflix’s Hollywood and HBO’s The Normal Heart, as well as Charlie Carver who was in Murphy’s Netflix series Ratched. Reps for FX and the studio behind AHS, 20th Television, declined comment.

Powell, Lourd, Carver and Bernhard were snapped by photographers this week as the new season filmed scenes on the streets of Manhattan’s West Village.

The plot of the new installment also has been kept under wraps; based on the costumes and exteriors, it appears to be set in the 1970s-80s. FX last summer announced development on Studio 54: American Crime Story, which also takes place in Manhattan during the same time period.

American Horror Story MVP, Sarah Paulson, who has starred in most seasons to day, has indicated in recent interviews that she may be done with the horror franchise — at least for now.

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Louis Vuitton’s 2023 Cruise Show

Louis Vuitton’s 2023 Cruise Show

On Thursday, Billie and Austen attended Louis Vuitton‘s 2023 cruise show in San Diego, California (May 12).

Billie and Austen are Married!

Billie and Austen are Married!

Congratulations to Billie and Austen!

Billie married Austen Rydell over the weekend (March 12) in Cabo San Lucas. Vogue posted exclusive photos of the big day and Billie shared some details about the wedding. Check out the photos and article below!

Billie Lourd Wore Rodarte to Marry Austen Rydell at an Intimate Ceremony in Cabo San Lucas

VOGUE – Actor Billie Lourd—who is known for her roles in Scream Queens, American Horror Story, and Booksmart as well as for being the daughter of actor Carrie Fisher and power agent Bryan Lourd, not to mention the only grandchild of Hollywood royalty Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher—met producer Austen Rydell back in January of 2011 while they were both attending NYU. Austen proposed in June of 2020 (according to his Instagram engagement announcement, Billie said “duh!” instead of “yes” when he popped the question), and their son, Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell, was born in September.

The couple’s wedding took place this past weekend in Cabo San Lucas, and the two worked with planner Mark Seed to bring their vision to life. Festivities kicked off with a floral-Friday-themed rehearsal dinner. “I am a little bit of a procrastinator, so I didn’t start looking for my rehearsal-dinner dress until late January,” Billie admits. “I’ve always loved Oscar de la Renta’s floral designs, so I went to the store to find a white floral gown. When I arrived, they asked me when my wedding was, and I confidently replied, ‘March!’ They looked at me quizzically and said, ‘2023?’ I didn’t realize people started planning for this whole wedding thing over a year in advance and awkwardly smiled, ‘2022…’ The saleswoman smiled and told me most of their dresses are custom and take at least six months to make, but she would see if they happened to have anything in stock in my size. She went in the back and then came out with my absolute dream floral-Friday dress—a floor-length gown with flowers delicately embroidered all over it. I hit the jackpot. I decided to hem it short in the front and long in the back, and it turned out incredible.”
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