American Horror Story has been around for 10 years, and in that time, it’s never failed to shock its viewers. And now, with the show returning on September 12th, we’re all wondering what could happen next. Will there be more murders? More gore? Who will come back from the dead this season? Well, wonder no longer – here’s everything you need to know about American Horror Story Season 10!
What is “American Horror Stories”?
FX recently announced a spin-off series titled “American Horror Stories” — yes, plural — that will feature self-contained anthological episodes, as opposed to a season-long story arc. It’ll be more in the vein of “Black Mirror,” where each movie-length episode introduces a new plot and cast. This will have no connection whatsoever to “AHS” Season 10. Once produced, you’ll be able to watch “Stories” on streaming service FX on Hulu.
Who is staring in Season 10?
Murphy has gone on record saying he wants to make this landmark 10th anniversary season all about “reuniting fan-favorite actors.” Newbie Macaulay Culkin joins up with a host of former repertory players: Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, and Finn Wittrock. MIA from the cast list are long-running actors like Jessica Lange, Dylan McDermott, Denis O’Hare, and Emma Roberts — here’s hoping they at least pop up as guest stars.
The new season will also introduce some exciting newcomers to the cast, including Cody Fern as Michael Langdon (a New Orleans-set coven leader) and Billy Eichner as Harrison Renard (a reality TV star who is a former Hollywood child actor).
It will premiere in August 2021. Before the production shutdown, AHS Season 10 was expected to premiere in the fall of 2020. However, in May 2020, FX announced that AHS Season 10 wouldn’t premiere until 2021. A year later, FX boss John Landgraf confirmed AHS Season 10 would premiere in Summer 2021.
What is the plot of season 10?
Apocalypse will be the final season of American Horror Story. This is according to FX CEO John Landgraf, who revealed at the end of May 2020 that Ryan Murphy had finally decided on what direction this last run would take once he was permitted to start writing again in June 2019.
“He’s got it all figured out; he just needs to write the scripts,” Landgraf said. “I think it’s going to be something that people will like.”
“It is a very different thing from what we’ve done before, and I’m quite excited about doing something so radically different than anything else we have ever attempted in terms of form and content for American Horror Story,” Murphy said.
“The new season will be the apotheosis of what we have been doing for the last decade.”
What is the story of season 10?
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Murphy revealed that he’s not going to reveal anything about season ten just yet. “I want people to really be surprised,” the showrunner said.
“It’s a new story, and I think it’ll have some interesting twists in it.”
How will Season Ten end?
Murphy shared with Entertainment Weekly that the last season of American Horror Story would be “most different from any other one” he’s done. He went on to say, “It’s not going to be a horror story. It’s going to be something very different, but I think that all the seasons have kind of had their own new feel.”
“I don’t want to say what it is yet because I like the idea of people thinking about this for a while and figuring out on their own what they think it could be,” he said. “It’s going to happen.”
What can we expect from season 10?
Unfortunately, Murphy said he’s not going to reveal anything about season ten just yet. “I want people to really be surprised,” the showrunner revealed.
He did tell Entertainment Weekly that it won’t be a horror story and is instead something very different- but we’re still not sure what this means for American Horror Story Season Ten!
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