Billie Lourd, star of American Horror Story, has praised the show's creator Ryan Murphy ahead of the season 11.
Lourd explained why she keeps returning to American Horror Story exclusively for the release of her new film Ticket to Paradise.
According to Lourd, the primary reason she returns to AHS is its creator Ryan Murphy, whom she describes as her "hero."
"Anything Ryan Murphy wants me to do, I will always do it, no matter what it is. He is my hero," said Lourd.
Murphy has given her some of her most varied and interesting roles, according to the star.
"He's given me some of the greatest opportunities. I've gotten to play such a wide variety of roles with him," said Lourd.
"I've gotten to be a witch, and I've gotten to be an aerobics instructor, so we'll see what I'm capable of this season.
"I love playing those dramatic roles, but I love getting to do this type of comedy stuff as well."
Charlie Carver, Isaac Powell, Patti LuPone, Sandra Bernhard, and Zachary Quinto are all returning to the horror anthology series and joining Lourd for season 11 of the program.
Sarah Paulson, the series regular, has revealed that she expects someone else to take her place in the franchise for a while.
"Let someone else scream and run and cry for a second," she said. "My nervous system."
American Horror Story is available on FX in the United States and Disney+ in the United Kingdom. Seasons 1-8 can be purchased on Amazon Prime Video.