American Horror Story: Apocalypse episode 2 synopsis and preview

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: APOCALYPSE -- Pictured: Ashley Santos as Emily. CR: Kurt Iswarienko/FX
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: APOCALYPSE -- Pictured: Ashley Santos as Emily. CR: Kurt Iswarienko/FX /

We are more than ready for an all-new episode of American Horror Story: Apocalypse! What will the second episode bring?

American Horror Story: Apocalypse hooked us from the start! Even though viewers missed the Coven witches, the episode was so engaging it kept fans captivated from start to finish! And there’s more where that came from! The second episode looks even more amazing.

Episode two is titled “The Morning After” and will feature the witches! In the teaser trailer (which you can watch below) we see Emma Roberts, who plays Madison Montgomery, Sarah Paulson, who portrays Cordelia Foxx, and Frances Conroy, who plays Myrtle Snow. According to IMDb, “Michael Langdon prepares a meeting with the guests of Outpost Three. Meanwhile, Miss Venable and Meade have a sinister plan in store.”

Season 8 of AHS is very secretive, but it’s not the first time the network decides not to reveal too much at all about its season. Roanoke and Cult kept fans in the dark as well. At least we have the teaser trailer and other hints to get an idea of what to expect.

Watch the teaser trailer below:

There’s a lot going on in the teaser. A few scenes from the first episode are included in the promo, but it’s easy to spot them and focus on the new scenes “The Morning After” video offers. Besides the witches, we also see Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) giving a speech.

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Michael has begun to conduct his tests to determine who is worthy of going to the new outpost. Whatever the tests are, Mead (Kathy Bates) is on board! She proudly declares “hail satan” in the trailer. And what is Evan Peters’ character Mr. Gallant doing?!

Finally, even more curious are the bodies of Coco (Leslie Grossman), Mallory (Billie Lourd), and Dinah (Adina Porter) on the ground. Mallory, Cordelia, and Myrtle are standing over their bodies, perhaps to resurrect them? We can’t wait to find out!

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American Horror Story: Apocalypse airs Tuesday nights on FX.