Emma Roberts is officially back on American Horror Story, b--ches! Creator Ryan Murphy spilled the good news on Instagram on Tuesday, posting a photo of the fan-favorite on the set of American Horror Story: Cult, the FX franchise's seventh installment.
"Look who showed up on the set of Cult looking glamorous and ready for action," Murphy captioned the pic of Roberts holding a knife. (Sadly, there were no details about who she is playing and how many episodes she will appear in.)
Roberts previously starred in the third season, Coven, as Madison Montgomery, and the fourth season, Freak Show, as Maggie, before starring in Scream Queens, Murphy's campy horror show for Fox.
The 26-year-old actress re-posted the pic, adding the caption, "I've joined #ahscult will you?"
Roberts returns to the AHS for Cult, which will also star Evan Peters, her real-life beau, and fellow returning franchise members Sarah Paulson, Cheyenne Jackson, Frances Conroy, Mare Winningham, and Adina Porter. AHS newbies will include Roberts' Scream Queens co-star Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Colton Haynes, Leslie Grossman, and Lena Dunham in her first post-Girls role.
While the season has been shrouded in mystery, Murphy has started revealing some information, including that the 11-episode season will be set in Michigan.
He had previously revealed it takes place the night of the 2016 presidential election. The co-creator previously told E! News it would be a "very, very scary" modern story, yet "fun" and "topical."
FX has yet to respond to request for comment on Roberts' casting.
AHS: Cult premieres Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. on FX.