Sarah Paulson Will Not Lead "American Horror Story: 1984" And It's Every Fan's Nightmare
Correction, THIS is the bad place.
In case you missed it, American Horror Story will be returning with Season 9 on Sept. 18.
The new season will be titled AHS: 1984 and appears to be an homage to classic slasher movies like Friday the 13th.
While there aren't many details about Season 9, it was just revealed that our beloved queen Sarah Paulson will NOT be starring in the new season.
According to Variety, Sarah "will not appear in a significant role."
*actual GIF of me avoiding this news*
If Sarah doesn't appear at all, it will be the first season to not feature her in some way — she guest starred in Season 1 and has been a series regular since Season 2.
Variety does reveal that while she won't have a major role, there is a possibility that she could have a cameo.
Last season, Sarah played Wilhemina Venable, Cordelia Goode, and Billie Dean Howard, and she also directed an episode.
And if Sarah not appearing in Season 9 isn't bad enough, she's not the only cast member sitting this next season out.
At WonderCon 2019, Evan Peters revealed that he will NOT be returning for AHS: 1984 as well.
With Sarah and Evan out for next season, Emma Roberts and Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy will each take on two of the lead roles.
So, until more AHS: 1984 news is revealed, I'll be reliving all of Sarah Paulson's iconic AHS moments.
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