Season 11 of American Horror Story will feature some familiar faces.
Following previous stints in the franchise, Zachary Quinto, Patti LuPone, Sandra Bernhard, and Billie Lourd are returning (via Deadline).
For the time being, details on their roles are unknown, but filming is taking place in Manhattan's West Village, and it is believed that the films will take place in and around the Midtown Manhattan disco club Studio 54.
Quinto from his AHS stint in Murder House will be remembered by fans, while LuPone starred as Joan Ramsey, the god-fearing Joan Ramsey in the Coven season.
In Apocalypse, Bernhard played briefly as Hannah, a cult leader, and Lourd has played a key role in previous seasons, including 1984, as well as the show's spin-off series American Horror Stories.
Isaac Powell, who appeared in season 10's Double Feature, has already been confirmed, after recently being seen kissing newcomer Charlie Carver while filming in New York.
Joe Mantello, who starred in Ryan Murphy's Netflix program Hollywood, will also join the star-studded cast.
Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Emma Roberts, Adina Porter, and Leslie Grossman, all of whom have not been confirmed by the organization, but nothing is ruled out until an official confirmation.
Paulson said she expects to see another actress fill her role in the franchise, at least for a while.
"Let someone else scream and run and cry for a second," she said. "It also includes my nervous system."
American Horror Story is available on FX in the United States and Disney+ in the United Kingdom. Seasons 1-9 of Netflix are available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video.