It's the end of the world as we know it in the "American Horror Story" universe. But Ryan Murphy feels fine. After teasing the eighth season for quite some time, the first full-length trailer has finally arrived. From previous conceptual trailers, we knew the season would be called "Apocalypse" and we knew it'd be dark and twisted, but this is the first time we got a real glimpse at the chaotic, dystopian nightmare.

On Tuesday, FX released a short teaser trailer showing us how "Murder House" and "Coven" — and all our favorite characters from both seasons — collide in "Apocalypse."

"I bet you thought you'd seen the last of me," Madison Montgomery says in the preview.

But it's Wednesday's full-length trailer that has everyone talking. Brace yourselves; the end is nigh.

It's a lot to digest in just a minute and a half, so let me break it down for you.

After watching the trailer approximately 75 times, I've picked up on some things.

The "American Horror Story: Apocalypse" trailer brings us to a bizarre bunker, where Sarah Paulson's new character, Venable, is in charge. 

It's called "Outpost 3" and it's a place where "unauthorized copulation" is FORBIDDEN. Oh, and sorry, but you can never leave.

It seems that some sort of nuclear fallout has left the outside world toxic and turned those exposed to the radiation into bloodthirsty savages.

Kathy Bates is back as Paulson's sidekick. Her character seems very similar to her sadistic "Coven" character, Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie.

"Hail satan," she says at the end of the preview, with a giant grin on her face. Creepy.

Evan Peters is playing a hairdresser who we see on a plane with Leslie Grossman's and Billie Lourd's characters at the beginning of the trailer. At some point, he looks to be more sinister.

Fingers crossed he'll also reprise his roles as Tate and Kyle.

The witches are back. We see Cordelia, Madison, and Myrtle in the preview — two of whom we thought were dead.

Oh, and MISTY FREAKING DAY is back looking radiant as ever. Perhaps she resurrects the dead witches to save the day?

If you recall, she has the power of resurgence, meaning she can bring dead things back to life.

Creepy AF Rubber Man appears in "Apocalypse," which may or may not mean the bunker is built where the "Murder House" once stood. Or, maybe it's located underneath it?

It's a working theory.

We also get our first glimpse at grown-up Michael Langdon — the demon child of Vivien Harmon and Tate Langdon.

He's played by Cody Fern and – oh, yeah — he's the Antichrist. This should end well.

And last but most certainly not least, Jessica Lange is back as her "Murder House" character Constance Langdon.

At the end of the season, she had taken Michael into her care. 

It's shaping up to be one helluva season! And we the people are BEYOND ready.

"American Horror Story: Apocalypse" premieres next Wednesday — September 12 —  on FX.