American Horror Story‘s Angela Bassett looks set to reunite with the show’s creators, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, in a brand new series – and this time there’ll be no supernatural beings in sight.
The actress will be appearing in 911, a new 13-part drama revolving around 911 operators at work, according to Deadline.
And not only will she be starring the series, but Bassett is also set to executive produce the show alongside Murphy and Falchuk, which will be written by the two of them.
Although the series hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, 911 is expected to be announced on Monday by Fox, who will bring it to air.
20th Century Fox TV has not commented on any of the reports so far.
It marks the latest in a series of collaborations between Murphy and Bassett after the actress starred in the four most recent seasons of AHS – in Coven, Freak Show, Hotel and Roanoke respectively.
Bassett’s work on the anthology series has earned her two Emmy nominations (to join the first Emmy nomination she received for her work in 2002’s The Rosa Parks Story) and she is also known for playing Dr Cate Banfield in the final season of ER.
Murphy and Falchuk, meanwhile, are well known for their Fox shows, following their success with Glee and Scream Queens, both of which were co-created with Ian Brennan.
Murphy has also helmed American Crime Story and Feud in addition to American Horror Story.
So, basically, it seems there’s no stopping this dream team at the moment – and hopefully we’ll soon learn something a bit more solid about 911.
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