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The first teaser trailer for American Horror Story‘s eighth season is here.

Not to give away any spoilers, but it’s pretty creepy. You can watch the video in full below!

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After FX revealed the show’s monstrous eighth season will be called Apocalypse, and we’re still freaking out over it, one of the show’s stars, Billy Eichner teased the insanity of the show is only going to get bigger.

Just back from shooting AHS,” the actor tweeted. “I’m not allowed to say a word but…it’s so insane. It’s just so insane.”

Apocalypse will see the highly anticipated and long-hyped crossover between the anthology’s Murder House and Coven seasons, so we have a lot of expectations.

Plus, we recently found out that Jessica Lange will return to the show for the next season. Lange will reprise her very first AHS role of Constance Langdon, who was last seen taking custody of her neighbors’ satanic offspring.

“I have the great pleasure of saying, yes, she will be back,” said co-star Sarah Paulson, during a press conference.

Lange will be making an appearance during the season’s sixth episode, which also happens to be Paulson’s directing debut.

Though Paulson will be directing Lange’s episode, she will also be returning to both her Coven and Murder House characters, primarily playing New Orleans witch Cordelia Foxx, but also appearing as medium Billie Dean Howard.

Many other cast regulars will be returning for this cycle including Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Emma Roberts, Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Leslie Grossman and Billie Lourd.

Cody Fern will play the role of satanic child Michael Langdon, as the character has grown older since Murder House.

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.”

Watch the creepy trailer for American Horror Story: Apocalypse below:

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