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We recently found out the new theme of American Horror Story, and according to one star, it’s as insane as it sounds.

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A few weeks ago, we found out that the title of the show’s monstrous eighth season will be called Apocalypse, and we’re still freaking out over it.

While we still have a little bit to go before we can see what new nightmares the  FX horror anthology series will bring, 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 this week. “I’m not allowed to say a word but…it’s so insane. It’s just so insane.”

We’re not sure what exactly makes the new season so insane, but we have a feeling it’s going to be a lot.

This past week, we found out that 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.

We also know that the new season of the show will be the highly anticipated crossover between the show’s first and third seasons, meaning that fans are finally getting that Murder House and Coven crossover.

Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Joan Collins, Billy Eichner, Cheyenne Jackson, Adina Porter and Leslie Grossman are set to make their return to the show.

The other Coven witches haven’t been officially confirmed, in a since-deleted tweet from Murphy, all of the witches have been asked to reprise their role. Of course, we’re not entirely sure what that will mean for Taissa Farmiga, who played characters in both Coven and Murder House.

Either way, we’re beyond excited to see what this new season brings.

Be sure to check out American Horror Story: Apocalypse when it makes its on-screen debut Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 10/9C on FX.

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