‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’ Will Not Have Angela Bassett‘s Voodoo Queen?
However, there is also a slight possibility for the Voodoo Queen to return, if they have some “brilliant idea,” in store for her.
“I’m not in Horror Story. I’m not, not unless they get some brilliant idea. I love Coven though,” Bassett said in the Us Weekly. “She’s very special to my heart. We got to shoot in New Orleans which is beautiful, that beautiful decay of a city. It was scary; it was funny; it was risqué; it was intriguing; it was historical.”
The upcoming season “Apocalypse,” set to drop this fall, has been making headlines since this year’s Comic Con, over which actors is returning to the series. And of course, the best part of the news is the revival of Constance Langdon, Jessica Lange, from the “Murder House.”
With the just a month or so to the great “Apocalypse,” the fans just got a new teaser, as well as the second teaser shortly after. Not to forget, Ryan Murphy has once again got the creep factor officially through the roof, in these teasers.
As for the other news, Cody Fern will be joining the cast as Constance’s grandson – Michael Langdon, the child born of human and spirit. Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy and Stevie Nicks are also coming back, most likely reprising their roles from “Coven,” though their characters are yet to be confirmed.
Sarah Paulson will be playing as Venable in the eight season, while Kathy Bates will be seen a Ms. Meade and Emma Roberts as Madison Montgomery. Other returning members include Adina Porter, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Evan Peters, and Cheyenne Jackson. Joan Collins, Billy Porter and Jeffrey Bower-Chapman are a few new faces to join the series.
“American Horror Story: Apocalypse” is all set to debut on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 on FX in the US, with a UK date to follow.