American Horror Story 1984
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The ninth season of American Horror Story is quickly approaching, and to prepare fans for Camp Redwood, they’ve been dropping vintage-style teaser trailers highlighting this season’s “slasher.”

Check them out below!

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We received our first official teaser trailer last month that channeled some serious ’80s slasher vibes.

Now, we’re getting a closer look at American Horror Story: 1984 with some new promo clips!

From July 29 to Aug. 2, fans were able to enter a sweepstakes where they had to guess who would survive out of the group of nine campers. The winner receives a trip to L.A.

While campers’ names were not revealed, they were given labels such as “The Jock” and “The Platonic BFF.” Fox will reportedly continue to drop clips of these campers through Sept. 10.

Check out what campers have been revealed so far, below!

You can catch a glimpse at the “Survivor Teaser” below:

In February, creator Ryan Murphy revealed Emma Roberts would be returning and athlete Gus Kenworthy was confirmed as her boyfriend. The latter caused backlash over the creator’s alleged lack of diversity in casting and Kenworthy’s slim acting resume.

In addition to Roberts and Kenworhy, several other American Horror Story favorites are set to return. Cody Fern is back after working with Murphy on American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace and Apocolypse.

Billie Lourd, who worked with Murphy on Scream QueensCult and Apocolypse, appeared in the first teaser as well as Cult and Apocolypse star Leslie Grossman. Glee actor Matthew Morrison, Pose star Angelica Ross, DeRon Horton and Zach Villa were also spotlighted.

American Horror Story: 1984 will debut Sept. 18. So far, not much is known regarding the plot of the new season, but fans are eager none-the-less.

Are you excited for the new season of AHS? Who do you think will end up surviving Camp Redwood? Sound off in the comments below!

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