It's time to prepare for the apocalypse, as the first trailer for the latest series of the American Horror Story anthology has been revealed.
The full trailer for season eight has just dropped and fans will not be disappointed, as it looks like Apocalypse is going to be just as creepy as the last seven series.
This season is based on the end of the world, and fans are treated to the return of characters from AHS' first and third seasons (Murder House and Coven) 'back with a vengeance'.
The trailer opens with an ominous message, saying: "No need for the news anymore, the chaos has won." Groups of people run in between cars in the clip in pure panic - something you might expect if the world was about to end.
Stars from the 2017 series Cult, Billy Eichner and Leslie Grossman, appear before Leslie takes off on a doomed plane ride alongside other previous stars, Billie Lourd and Evan Peters.
We also get a glimpse of an AHS newcomer, Joan Collins in the preview.
The characters make it through an apocalypse, and end up somewhere called Outpost 3, where we later learn that Sarah Paulson's Apocalypse character, who is named 'Venable', is the leader of a new and sadistic underground world.
Venable tells her guests a series of rules: they must remain inside due to radiation contamination, 'no unauthorised copulation', and those who don't obey will be punished.
Fans will also be happy to see some cross-overs when the witches from Coven make an appearance, and there is a small appearance from the guy in the gimp suit from Murder House.
During the closing scenes, there is a guest appearance from the antichrist, played by show newcomer, Cody Fern.
The good news is we're less than a week away from it appearing on our screens.
Fans took to social media to express their excitement for their favourite series to return.
One user wrote: "Can't wait now. Its all getting too much. And the trailer is amazeballz. Been worth the wait. Now, to air the episode and my life will be complete [sic]."
American Horror Story: Apocalypse debuts on the 12th September.