The American Horror Story Season 10

You might indeed be accustomed to the American horror story if you are a true horror stories lover. It is a horror-drama television show by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The series first premiered on October 5, 2011. The series has been working as a great horror vibe series, and here is everything you will need to know about its last season, that is, AHS: 1984.

When will American Horror Story Season 10 premiere?

2020 had been a nightmare for obvious reasons–pandemic, election–however much to the dismay of AHS fans, it had been the first season since the series premiered in 2011 it didn’t return. Back in May 2020, The Hollywood Reporter disclosed AHS was officially pushed back to a 2021 release, which was pretty inevitable since coronavirus prevented the show from moving into production as scheduled.

Fans can finally rest easy, though, since filming for Season 10 is finally underway after months of delays. In February 2021, US Weekly reported that the show began shooting earlier in the month, and is scheduled to wrap up in the spring. While no release date has been announced yet, thinking about the show’s current production deadline, a drop premiere seems plausible. That’s typically when AHS airs anyway–just in time for the spooky season.

The American Horror Story Season 10

Who is attached to American Horror Story: Double Feature?

In the current, the throw remains full of talents from the series’ previous seasons. The listing can go from the very first year’s Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters along with the well-received Season 9 (1984) star Anjelica Ross and Season 6 (Roanoke) Adina Porter from current seasons. But, there’s one massive signing for the series—-one that’s named Macaulay Caulkin. Yes, that kid in Home Alone. He could prove troublesome for terror, I am assuming. This is the cast for its”sea” story, however, but Murphy did point out that the”sand” season’s cast is going to be revealed soon enough.

What was the Theme of Season 9?

Season 9 of the show was titled’s: 1984′. All the iconic 80s slasher movies had inspired it. The trailer of season 9 featured a bunch of young adults who roll up as camp counselors in this newly-reopened Camp Redwood. A campsite is a focused place in the season as it witnesses a lot of serial murders with a slash killer called Mr. Jingles.