That means that the series will wrap up on Hallowe'en.
The series, created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, takes on a different horror theme each time, whether that be a haunted house, or an insane medical facility, or something to do with witches, it's always the same, but always different.
We're not immediately sure what the new theme will be outside of the enigmatic name Double Feature but that has never deterred fans from returning over the years to see what the two showrunners have to offer.
It seems to be set on the Eastern Seaboard in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and there are rumours about a weird contortionist, and something to do with sharp teeth.
That's honestly all we've got to go on.
A couple of things we do know though, are that Glee star Kevin McHale, as well as Riverdale actor Charles Melton have been added to the cast, and Dyllon Burnside and Nico Greetham of Pose and The Prom respectively, will also link up.
That news was announced by Ryan Murphy on June 2 in an Instagram post of the new cast members captioned: "The Fantastic Four".
Whilst a Marvel cross-over seems unlikely, it's not something we can ever rule out in the strange world of modern TV.
Another interesting addition to the cast is Home Alone star and all-around legend Macaulay Culkin.
He was announced by Murphy through a photo that showed series regular Leslie Grossman locked arm-in-arm with Culkin, captioned: "Something wicked this way comes."
Murphy later confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that Culkin has a 'very, very great, insane part.'
He told E! News: "I asked to speak to him on the phone and he said okay.
"[When] I cast, I never let people read things, usually. I said, 'Okay, here's the pitch.' And I told them the character and I told him he has crazy, erotic sex with Kathy Bates and does other things. And he paused and he goes, 'This sounds like the role I was born to play.' So, he signed up right then and there."
Whatever happens, it's certain to be fun.
Other regulars such as Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, and Finn Wittrock, will also be back.
If you can't wait to get stuck into some American Horror Story stuff, there is also a spin-off set for release in the near future, too.
American Horror Stories is an anthology series that will change from week to week or - more likely - from episode to episode, as seems to be the way in these times of binge-watching.
Again, American Horror Story: Double Feature will air on August 25.