American Horror Story,” one of Ryan Murphy’s most promising hit anthology series, will see the return of Emma Roberts. Fans have gone gaga over the seventh and scariest iteration of the series “Cult” even more so as the actress will be back on the show.

The return

Creator, Ryan Murphy announced the news on Instagram. He wrote that someone showed up on the set looking glamorous and ready for some action. Fans were certainly eager about the update. They did not hesitate to demonstrate their support and enthusiasm for the actress’ return.

As of writing, the photo already received 40,782 likes.

Roberts, on the other hand, took to Twitter in confirming the news. “I’ve joined #ahscult will you?” she wrote.

As for the topic of the series, reports said it would be about the 2016 presidential election. The new episodes would be revolving around the country’s reaction to Donald Trumps’ win.

Fans are on the edge of their seats looking out for updates, but the team behind the show is keeping other details a secret. They only revealed the title and release date last week. What’s only known is that the 11-episode series will be set in Michigan.

“Surprise, bitch” is a line Roberts made famous back in 2013. She played the role of Madison Montgomery in her previous stint in “American Horror Story: Coven” (the shows’ third season).

Madison is a kick-ass, telekinetic witch.

Due to the success of the show, she continued to star in the fourth installment of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” as Maggie Esmerelda. Maggie is a successful con artist disguising herself as a fortune teller.

More than someone’s niece

The “Nancy Drew” actress is the niece of Oscar-winner Julia Roberts.

She hails from Rhinebeck, New York and spent time on the sets of movies with her aunt Julia as a child. This made the star decide that she wanted to follow a career in acting.

Roberts’ first movie role came in “Blow” (2001), where she played the daughter of Johnny Depp’s character. Her performance leads to several award nominations.

The girl who is now a young lady has been referred to as the younger Roberts, but she made a name for herself.

Famous for her role on “Scream Queens,” another horror creation of Murphy that lasted for two seasons, Roberts is loved by many. However, fans didn’t see her on “Hotel” and “Roanoke,” the two most recent series of “American Horror Story.” Therefore, the news of the star’s return also definitely came as a relief since series regular Kathy Bates won’t be back this time around.

Roberts will soon be joining previously announced cast members Billie Lourd, who also starred on “Scream Queens,” and “Girls” Lena Dunham. The two cast members who have been in every series of “AHS,” Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters are also part of the list. “American Horror Story: Cult” will see a Fall premiere on September 5.