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American Horror Story Season 11 Premiere Date: The Lens

ByRandall B. Phelps

Sep 18, 2022

Wouldn’t it be great to have more news on american horror story season 11 in the near future, including a premiere date? 100%! However, it also appears right now that FX is fine with keeping us waiting, and that brings us to a very important question. Why? What makes it beneficial for the cable network to hide so much from us at the moment?

If nothing else, we think it deserves a bit broader discussion in this article. Go ahead and read on to find out more!

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First of all, we’re sure FX knows the phrase “distance makes the heart grow fonder” and in some ways the anticipation serves as press for the upcoming season as much as anything they have right now. . If they don’t air the new season until October, why rush? They most likely think they can announce a new season and premiere it in a very short time, plus generate a lot of buzz to get people excited.

Is this type of last-minute marketing for an (alleged) premiere in October really the right move? That’s why we think it’s a risky bet. If something catches fire or goes viral, we 100% think it might be smart. The challenge is simply that there is SO much competition on broadcast, cable, and streaming TV that you run the risk of viewers not even realizing the show is back on the air. Missing out on a potential audience is a huge missed opportunity for a franchise that has already lost some of its audience over time.

Whatever is planned here, we hope it is worth it; you can visit the link here to learn more about some of the current rumours.

What do you think FX is planning when it comes to a american horror story Season 11 premiere revealed right now?

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