American Horror Story Season 10 release date finally revealed, along with a spinoff series; check out the details below.
After the cast list announcement and production delay for Season 10 of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story, fans have been keenly waiting for a premiere date. On Thursday, June 3rd, FX confirmed the premiere date for Season 10 of American Horror Story. Ryan Murphy’s newest installment of the American Horror Story series, titled American Horror Story: Double Feature, will premiere Wednesday, August 25th on FX.
American Horror Story: Double Feature started filming by the end of 2020. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the cast of Season 10: Macaulay Culkin, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, and Finn Wittrock were available for production.
American Horror Story Season 10 will introduce Macaulay Culkin and 19-year-old supermodel Kaia Gerber. Additionally, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will re-appear after taking a break for a season.
Also, before the American Horror Story: Double Feature launch, a spinoff called American Horror Stories will be available to stream on FX on Hulu. American Horror Stories will premiere on July 15th, relieving fans from the prolonged Season 10 production of the American Horror Story series.
In May, FX chairman John Landgraf stated that the American Horror Story spinoff, American Horror Stories, is exclusively for FX on Hulu. Also, the spinoff is a weekly anthology series that will feature a different horror story in each episode.
So far, we have only seen vague pictures, hints, and teasers from Ryan Murphy’s social media networks about Season 10 of American Horror Story. On March 19, 2021, Ryan Murphy revealed the title Double Feature, and it has a tagline: “Two horrifying stories, one season. One by the sea, one by the sand.”
Furthermore, Murphy took the time to respond to a fan and explained more details about the post by stating: “It means TWO SEASONS for the fans airing in one calendar year!” he said. ” So, double the viewing pleasure. One set by the sea (this cast is already announced). A second by the sand (that cast announcement is coming soon).”
American Horror Story actress Leslie Grossman later decided to spill more excitement on Twitter, declaring, “You guys. It’s one season, two stories. Like a two-fer. Like 2 mini-seasons. It’s gonna be great.”
It looks like the long-term wait is well worth it; we get a spinoff and two seasons in one. Also, a second cast list is waiting for an announcement. The premiere date and spinoff are exciting news; Ryan Murphy sure knows how to keep his fans satisfied.
Check out the trailer for “American Horror Story, Season 10!”