"American Horror Story" is an FX original they call a limited series due to the different story line each season. Now that they have renewed the show with the creators, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, it is also the longest dramatic original program the network has.

The chairman and CEO of Fox Television Group, Dana Walden and Gary Newman, saw the vision when the creators pitched the idea seven years ago. A season of a story with the characters returning the next season to a different story line and time. They are thrilled with what the creators have accomplished over the years.

The show has brought millions of viewers, won many awards, and has a following that is loyal to the show.

Hints for season 7?

There is speculation that season 7 will be set on water. Of course, there is no confirmation of this because they learned from last season that keeping the fans guessing keeps them in the limelight in the off-season. FX's CEO, John Landgraf, spoke at the Television Critic's Press Tour, revealing only that the new season will again be something "fresh and new" that viewers haven't seen in the past. He said there is a marketing plan around it but the actual story line will remain a secret just as with season 6.

According to Entertainment Weekly, viewership for the last five installments of season 6 were through the roof!

Each show took a spot as one of cable's top five. The buzz on social media wasn't happy with the changing story line of season 6 but it didn't reflect in the numbers for the season.

We have no word yet on which characters will be returning for which seasons, but we do know that Ryan Murphy has some long-term plans for "American Horror Story." He has said that he wants to tie all the seasons together and have the characters from different seasons reunite for a future season.

Set your DVR through to 2019!

"American Horror Story" is quickly becoming a cult classic in television today. Now fans can rest assured they will be able to tune in through 2019! Stay tuned for more details as they become available.