The title for "American Horror Story" Season 7 has been recently unveiled, "Cult." Now, get to know more specific details involving the latest installment of "AHS."

One of the show's creators, Ryan Murphy divulged the latest season's title last Thursday night, July 20. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it will have 11 episodes.

"American Horror Story" was not included in this year's San Diego Comic-Con panel but instead, announced to unveil the title. A sneak of the upcoming season followed, projected on the water behind San Diego Convention Center.

Fans and onlookers were urged to visit the show's website at, wherein the title was disclosed after watching another video. It can be recalled that the theme for season six's "Roanoke" was not revealed until premiere night and was led by a series of more than 20 cryptic promos giving "misdirect" information. According to John Landgraf, FX president, Murphy has done it again with another fresh and innovative manner to make his reveal.

What else can fans look forward to?

Well, what else has been revealed to fans? It is known that season 7 will be set in Michigan. Also, it will start on election night - wait for it, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton kicking off rest of the story.

The Hollywood Reporter added that the president and his former rival, will only be seen "on television," meaning they will not be played by any of the cast members.

Murphy has been taking to social media, specifically his Instagram account to give hints for the new season. This included some photos of monsters, also hinting at John Carroll Lynch's Twisty the clown's return, from the fourth season's "Freakshow."

Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters' roles

Two of the show's mainstays are reported to play love interests the second time around in "AHS" season 7, according to TVLine.

Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters were husband and wife in "AHS: Roanoke" and are said to be love interests once again in "Cult."

Peters and Paulson will be joined by other familiar faces of the small screen like Lena Dunham ("Girls"), Billy Eichner ("Difficult People"), Billie Lourd ("Scream Queens"), Leslie Grossman ("What I Like About You"), and many more.

What has been your favorite "AHS" season so far? Are you excited for the show's latest installment? Catch "American Horror Story: Cult" on FX when it premieres on Tuesday, September 5, 10 pm ET/PT.