Everything We Know About ‘American Horror Story’ Season 10
Ryan Murphy’s creepy anthology series American Horror Story has taken us to haunted houses, sentenced us to an asylum, checked us into a spooky motel, and so much more—and there’s no signs that the FX series will be stopping anytime soon. The nightmarish show was confirmed for a tenth season before its ninth, AHS: 1984, even ended in fall 2019. Half the fun of every new installment of the campy, terrifying series is in the mystery behind it: Murphy recycles his regular cast members, putting them in entirely new, but always spooky, settings. We’ve already been inducted into an insidious cult, made a trip to the freak show, and watched the world end, so here’s what could be up next for Season 10 of American Horror Story.
When will American Horror Story Season 10 premiere?
2020 was a nightmare for obvious reasons—pandemic, election, etc.—but much to the dismay of AHS fans, it was the first year since the series premiered in 2011 that it didn’t return. In May 2020, The Hollywood Reporter revealed AHS was officially pushed back to a 2021 release, which was pretty inevitable since coronavirus prevented the show from going into production as scheduled.
Fans can finally rest easy, though, because filming for Season 10 is finally underway after months of delays. In February 2021, US Weekly reported that the show began shooting in earlier in the month, and is scheduled to wrap up in the spring. While no release date has been announced yet, considering the show’s current production timeline, a fall premiere seems plausible. That’s typically when AHS airs anyway—just in time for spooky season. ดูหนังออนไลน์