American Horror Story: Cult premieres on Tuesday, but there's still a lot of mystery surrounding the show's seventh season.
Some of those questions have now been answered, as fans now have a look at three of the show's new characters, who will be joining Sarah Paulson's Ally Mayfair-Richards and Billy Lourde's Winter Anderson, among others.
Additionally, we have another glimpse at Evan Peters' new character, Kai Anderson.
Scroll through to see the three new character portraits revealed on the show's Twitter account.
The first reveal was of Beverly Hope, who is played by Adina Porter.
Porter played one of the central characters of Roanoke, Lee Harris. She also had a bit part in Murder House, as one of Ben Harmon's (Dylan McDerrmott) patients.
She appears to be back in a major role by playing a broadcast news reporter who will presumably being covering some of the cult's crimes.
Chaz Bono will be making his AHS debut as Gary Longstreet.
Longstreet appears to be a store clerk. It's worth noting that his left hand is stitched up, as if it was recently amputated.
Also, Bono's mother, Cher, is rumored to appear in Cult at some point.
Leslie Grossman will also be making her AHS debut in Cult.
She'll be playing Meadow Wilton, the wife of Billy Eichner's Harrison Wilton.
While this is Grossman's first time on AHS, she's worked with creator Ryan Murphy on his shows Popular and Nip/Tuck.
In addition ot these character portraits, we also got a better look at Kai Anderson, the cult leader played by Evan Peters.
The shot shows Peters leaning into the camera menacingly as a chorus of frightening clowns gather around him.
Kai will be a big player on Cult, as he grows his cult in major ways across the season.
American Horror Story: Cult premieres Tuesday on FX at 10 p.m. ET.