It’s prevailed four months since American Horror Story: 1984 stopped, and we’re eager for season 10. Appreciation to some cryptic teasers broadcasted by the AHS camp in the previous rare weeks, enthusiasts have an ambiguous idea of the following edition’s themes.
We don’t understand the title of the landmark season previously, but we realize our cast list encompasses returning favorites Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters while submitting newcomer Macaulay Culkin to the mob. The enthusiast assumptions on what to anticipate this year are just more surreal.
The chance of an enormous (and probably super-complex) season centered around the magical works of H.P. Lovecraft has been an enormous speaking point between enthusiasts ever since the early grayscale beach Kathy Bates outfitted as Hastur? That may be a small extravagant, but we can wish.
American Horror Story is no outsider to indicating real crime and metropolitan legends as well as fictitious narratives. 1984 includes Richard Ramirez, the Hotel Cortez and James March based on H.H. Holmes’ homicide hotel in Chicago, and Coven’s Madame LaLaurie was, unfortunately, an actual person.
This season 10 theory, founded on assumption that the AHS team is throwing in Massachusetts, implies a strange Bridgewater Triangle theme. Ahead with the season’s formal aim of supernatural forces, this notion could tie in a much-requested rescue of an alien story arc, which we haven’t discerned on AHS since Asylum.
AHS mastermind Murphy declared at the Episode 100 party that there’s a clue of season 10’s theme in 1984’s eighth episode. Of course, he’d lived at the underside of that lake for numerous years, so he didn’t look like a holy young boy anymore, Bobby occurred more like an ocean devil. The boy’s impression wasn’t spoken of at all afterward, so this may be a not-so-subtle hint that demons from the low element this year.