FX recently renewed its popular horror anthology series for another season. “American Horror Story” will be returning in 2016 with Season 6.

“From ‘Murder House’ to ‘Hotel,' ‘AHS’ has pioneered a new television form, as well as becoming FX’s highest-rated show, while also pushing every conceivable boundary of creative excellence and audacity,” FX CEO, John Landgraf, said in a statement.

He also said that Season 6 of “American Horror Story” in 2016 puts the series among the “television’s landmark series.”

Ryan Murphy, co-creator of “American Horror Story,” has not revealed the theme of Season 6. Also there is no information on who will return to star in new season of “AHS.” Murphy, however, would like Lady Gaga, who plays Countess Elizabeth in Season 5 “Hotel,” in the new season.

“Lady Gaga is so brilliant in AHS Season 5 that yesterday I officially asked her to join Season 6. Say yes @ladygaga!” Murphy said on his Twitter feed before FX officially confirmed the return of “American Horror Story” for Season 6.

And speaking about Season 6 storyline, Murphy said to Entertainment Weekly in October that he has two ideas for the next season. And Evan Peters, who is a series veteran, said to Vulture that he would like the next installment of “American Horror Story” to take place in space.

“I keep pitching that it should be in space because I think the contained thing in space is really scary! It's not as sexy as some of these past seasons, but space is very intense, and there are a lot of things can go wrong. Alien creatures ...,” he said.

“American Horror Story-Hotel” has better ratings compared to last season’s “Freak Show” despite veteran actress Jessica Lange not returning in Season 5 to headline the series.

The first four seasons have been nominated for 71 Emmy Awards, and the series has scored 13 Emmy wins.

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