American Horror Story is looking a little more gleeful this season.
Glee star Jacob Artist is set to join the FX hit's upcoming sixth season, the actor revealed on Instagram on Monday.
"Day 1," Artist simply captioned a photo of a script for AHS, making sure to block out the subtitle for the new season, which premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
In a first for the anthology series, the season's theme has yet to be revealed, with fake teasers being released in order keep the mystery alive. So yeah, details on who (or maybe what?!) Artist will be playing? We've got nothin'!
Artist joined AHS creator Ryan Murphy's Glee in its fourth season as Jake Puckerman, the younger brother of Puck (Mark Salling), and has since gone on to appear on ABC's Quantico. Other Glee-bies who've also made the scary jump to AHS include Darren Criss who made a memorable (and deadly) appearance during the most recent outing, Hotel, as well as one-time Glee guest star Matt Bomer, who starred in Hotel.
The only confirmed cast members for the mysterious sixth season of AHS (seriously, what is the theme?!) are Sarah Paulson, Lady Gaga, Evan Peters and Angela Bassett.
As for the secrecy regarding the season's theme? "They went out and made many more trailers than you've actually seen for...different genres and different places," FX president John Landgraf said. "I just love it on an artistic level. One of them is accurate, the others are all misdirects."
American Horror Story's sixth season premieres Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10 p.m. on FX.