Another American Horror Story: Cult Alumni to Return
Billie Lourd will officially be adding another season of American Horror Story to her resume.
By Chris Morse
The 8th season of American Horror Story will kick off later this year and we have some more casting news to start off your week. Billie Lourd, who played Winter Anderson, sister of Evan Peters' Kai Anderson, in last year's American Horror Story: Cult has been confirmed to be returning for another season of the horror anthology television series. This will be the actress' second appearance on American Horror Story.
Lourd is also known for her appearance in Scream Queens as well as for playing Lieutenant Connix in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We don't yet know for certain what American Horror Story's 8th season will bring, as earlier rumors were somewhat offset by what series creator Ryan Murphy personally revealed about the new season, but we can't wait to find out.
We should hear more over the summer about what's next for American Horror Story. Stay tuned on Dead Entertainment for all the latest.
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