Talking about the next season of American Horror Story is kind of like talking about Christmas after Halloween: You are legally allowed to do it the second it’s over. Okay, there aren’t technically any laws about either of these things, but it has been a very long few months without the spooky anthology series. Naturally, the internet is out here theorizing every little detail of season 10. So let’s examine everything we know so far.
AHS season 10 has already been confirmed.
Oh, you didn’t already know? This is old news. FX renewed the show through at least the 10th season back in 2018.
You can probably expect it to come out in 2021.
Unfortunately, American Horror Story won’t premiere in 2020, but we can hope for it to come out next year. There’s no set date yet, but if everything goes according to plan, we’ll probably see a new season in September or October of 2021.
They will be starting production very soon.
Right in time for spooky season (coincidence or nah), Ryan Murphy confirmed in an Instagram post in late August that AHS will officially begin shooting in October. And he also released a hint on what the theme of this upcoming season will be…
He captioned the photo: “Looks like American Horror Story Season 10 is go for an October (fitting) production launch. Thanks to everyone who is working hard to assure a safe start for the cast and crew. And yes this is a clue.”
Originally they were supposed to go into production during the last week of March, Murphy revealed to USA Today, but due to the coronavirus pandemic they had to halt it. Bless the fact that we’re back in business, baby!!
You’ll finally be able to stream new episodes on Hulu.
While Hulu is already home to past seasons of American Horror Story, it’s about to be your go-to spot for new episodes as well. Starting in March 2020, Hulu will become the official streaming home to FX Networks, meaning new episodes of your fave series will be available to stream right after it airs on actual television.
BREAKING: Hulu will become the official streaming home to FX Networks in March 2020. All future episodes of “American Horror Story” will be available on Hulu immediately after they air live on FX. #AHS pic.twitter.com/C9RyfxNHVc
The cast has been set and it’s pretty star-studded.
It’s quite a mix of people, I must say! Ryan Murphy revealed the cast members in an Instagram video back in February in an eerie beachfront video. The most shocking person that will be making an appearance is Macaulay Culkin. DEFINITELY wasn’t expecting that one. What a wildcard.
The rest of the cast includes: Sarah Paulson (*chef’s kiss*), Evan Peters (!!!!!), Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, and Finn Wittrock.
In in an interview with TV Guide last year, Sarah Paulson spoke on how difficult it was not being in season nine of AHS, but hoped that she’d be a part of the next one. “”It’s hard to not be a part of it. I would love to [return for Season 10]. I need to be a part of it again,” she said.
She also talked about how she missed working with long-time co-star and fellow AHS vet, Evan Peters. “I would like to do something with Evan [Peters]. I miss Evan and I miss acting with Evan. So I’d love to have that experience again. If he’ll come back, I’m back,” she commented.
Glad to see her wish is coming true, and stoked beyond belief to see them working together again.
The theme has been picked and Ryan Murphy can’t stop teasing it.
Leave it to AHS mastermind Ryan Murphy to have a plan way in advance! At the American Horror Story 100th episode celebration, the showrunner mentioned that the penultimate episode of 1984 contains a massive hint about the theme of season 10. Fans are theorizing that it might have to do with Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, or aliens. I mean… I’m down.
He also hasn’t stopped posting pictures about it on his Instagram:
Rubber Man from season one may make an appearance?! I’m so confused?!?
The anticipation is seriously killing me.
Will season 10 be the end of AHS?
Absolutely not! Could you imagine a life without new seasons of AHS? I don’t want to. Deadline verified that FX will have another three seasons after this 10th one. “The Disney-owned cable network has ordered installments 11, 12 and 13 of the series from 20th Century Fox Television. The deal was announced by John Landgraf, Chairman of FX Networks and FX Productions at the Winter TCA press tour.”
Here’s to hoping it runs as long as SVU.
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