Another American Horror Story alum is set to join the Cult. The co-creator of the FX series, Ryan Murphy, took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce that Emma Roberts will be appearing in the upcoming seventh season.
Murphy captioned the photo: "Look who showed up on the set of Cult looking glamorous and ready for action."
Emma Roberts joins a number of other actors confirmed for season seven. AHS vets Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will be starring as well as series newcomers Billie Lourd, who previously worked with Ryan Murphy on FOX's Scream Queens, and Billy Eichner, from Billy on the Street.
Other actors that are confirmed to be returning are Adina Porter (Roanoke), Cheyenne Jackson (Hotel, Roanoke), Marie Winningham (Coven, Freak Show, and Hotel), and Frances Conroy (Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Roanoke).
One actress from previous seasons that reportedly won't be returning is pop superstar Lady Gaga. She was featured on the Hotel and Roanoke seasons, but will not star in the new season.
As for specific plot details of Cult, Murphy remains fairly tight-lipped. However, he has revealed that it will be an 11-episode season and takes place on the night of the 2016 presidential election.
While many AHS fans are already well aware that every season of the show is connected in some way, most would be surprised to learn the depths at which that connection truly runs. Last week, Murphy took to Instagram to describe how there is a sinister underlying theme within the anthology series that is darker than anybody imagined. Learn more here.
American Horror Story: Cult airs on September 5 at 10 p.m. ET on FX.