Just days after revealing the exceptionally great news that Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott will be reprising their American Horror Story: Murder House roles of Vivien and Ben Harmon in the FX drama's upcoming eighth season, subtitled Apocalypse, creator Ryan Murphy shared a first look at the two on set.

"Connie and Dylan. The Harmon's [sic] in their forever AHS home...Murder House," he captioned the photo, seen below.

Connie and Dylan. The Harmon's in their forever AHS home...Murder House.

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This is the first time Britton has appeared on the popular FX anthology series since Murder House, though she reunited with Murphy for two of his other programs: The People v. O.J. Simpson and the Fox series 9-1-1. McDermott was last seen in the show's second season, subtitled Asylum, in which he played Johnny Morgan, aka Bloody Face 2.0.

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But Britton and McDermott are not the only actors returning for the highly anticipated Murder House/Coven crossover season. Jessica Lange will return for a very special episode as Constance Langdon; Sarah Paulson will play three different roles, including Billie Dean Howard; and Taissa Farmiga will pull double duty as her Murder House and Coven characters. Meanwhile, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe and Frances Conroy will also return. However, it hasn't been confirmed whether they will be appearing as their Murder House characters just yet; Conroy is confirmed to be playing her Coven character Myrtle Snow, though she could be taking on multiple roles like Paulson.

The last time we saw the Harmon family, Vivien, Ben and Violet (Farmiga) were living out their afterlife in the Murder House after Vivien gave birth to Tate Langdon's (Peters) son, Michael, who just so happens to be the Antichrist. He will now be played by Cody Fern.

American Horror Story: Apocalypse premieres Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 10/9c on FX.