By Heidi Parker
American Horror Story has its title for season seven which debuts in September.
On Thursday creator Ryan Murphy tweeted it out when he was attending the San Diego, California, Comic-Con convention.
The next installment of the FX anthology series will be American Horror Story: Cult. Previous seasons have been titled Murder House (2011), Asylum (2012), Coven (2013), Freak Show (2014), Hotel (2015) and Roanoke (2016).
New: Season seven of American Horror Story will be called Cult, creator Ryan Murphy (pictured in March) tweeted on Thursday
His big news announcement: Murphy kept it short and sweet with his tweet
The next season will star Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Cheyenne Jackson, Alison Pill and Colton Haynes.
Earlier this week it was announced Lena Dunham of Girls fame would be joining the cast.
After Ryan tweeted Cult, Paulson tweeted: 'Here we go: AHS7 CULT. Sh-t goes down. Woof.'
Jackson added: '#Scerred.'
Also at the Comic-Con event a video of scary clowns were seen. They were marching together. The clip was tagged AHS7.com.
New look: Here is the logo and a look at the scary clowns in the new video
Spooky stuff: After Ryan tweeted Cult, Paulson tweeted: 'Here we go: AHS7 CULT. Sh-t goes down. Woof'
American Horror Story: Cult debuts on FX on Tuesday, September 5.
American Horror Story is an American anthology horror series created and produced by Murphy and Brad Falchuk (who dated Gwyneth Paltrow).
Each season is conceived as a self-contained miniseries, following a disparate set of characters and settings, and a storyline with its own 'beginning, middle, and end.'
Some plot elements of each season are loosely inspired by true events.
New gig: Earlier this week it was announced Lena Dunham of Girls fame would be joining the cast; seen in May
More ladies: Billie Lourd, left, is also in the cast with Paulson, right