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As the premiere date for American Horror Story: Apocalypse quickly approaches, co-creator Ryan Murphy has shared a tease of our favorite witches finally back together!

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As previously reported, Apocalypse will showcase the highly anticipated crossover between AHS seasons Coven and Murder House. Just two weeks ago, Murphy announced the return of many Coven actresses including Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy and even Stevie Nicks.

Now witches have finally made their debut on set for the show’s monstrous eighth season, and they’re looking stunning!

On Twitter, Murphy shared an image of the cast posing on a staircase, writing, “The Coven Returns. What a thrilling night with the legend Stevie Nicks on the set of AHS.”

He posted another picture on Instagram with just three cast members, Sarah Paulson’s Cordelia, Lily Rabe’s Misty and Stevie Nicks (as herself).

The Return. Cordelia, Stevie and Misty casting a bewitching spell.

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Murphy has added that he is “so thrilled the family is together again!” and honestly, same.

That’s not the only exciting casting news to come from these past weeks. It was recently reported that Jessica Lange will be coming back to the show.

Lange will reprise her very first AHS role of Constance Langdon, who was last seen taking custody of her neighbors’ satanic offspring.

Cody Fern will be playing the adult version of Tate (Evan Peters)’s baby from the show’s first season. Of course, because this is AHS, Fern isn’t just playing the evil offspring of Tate, he’s playing the Anti-Christ.

According to executive producer Alexis Martin Woodall, “The story begins with the end of the world. It starts in the real world. It’s very tangible, and it’s a familiar panic.”

Are you excited to see the Coven witches back together again? Let us know in the comments!

American Horror Story: Apocalypse premieres Sept. 12 on FX. Watch the creepy trailer below: