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Everything You Need to Know About American Horror Story Season 10

American Horror Story season 10 is teased with a creepy fresh skull image. Made by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, AHS is a supernatural horror anthology series. Beginning with Murder House in season 1, American Horror Story has spanned a plethora of settings. These include a psychiatric clinic, a supernatural resort, and also an American freak show. Portraying witches, cult members, circus folk, and more, the casts has featured Sarah Paulson, Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Lady Gaga, and Jessica Lange.

Following the ninth installment of this acclaimed show, AHS:1984, the creative forces behind American Horror Story, geared up for season 10 while retaining plotlines under wraps. Featuring the return of AHS staple cast members Peters and Paulson after their brief hiatus, the throw list gained the accession of Macaulay Culkin in an undisclosed role. Last month, following weeks of teasing the delayed season 10’s motif, Murphy disclosed that the show’s tenth season is known as American Horror Story: Double Feature, that seems to have a nautical and coastal theme. Now, it seems like lovers have another hint to dissect.

Murphy took to Instagram to post a photograph of a creepy skull, which can be slightly buried in wet sand, together with the simple caption, “Enjoy this.” Featuring the official American Horror Story: Double Feature name, the picture of the skull appears to be well-constructed fan art, but sparked numerous fan theories. Check out Murphy’s full post, below:

The highly expected AHS: Double Feature is expected to launch on FX afterwards in 2021. Murphy and the AHS cast members appear to have a flair for distributing hints about the newest setup whilst keeping pivotal plot details hidden until the premiere. As it stands, American Horror Story shows no signs of slowing down. The anthology series has been revived up to season 13. Recently, Murphy created an internet poll that enables fans to vote involving Bloody Mary and The Plague for a future theme.

Murphy’s article had led to further speculation that a trailer for AHS: Double Feature could arrive shortly. Maintaining fans in suspense with sprinkles of hints leading up to the show of this premiere date is still a selling point for American Horror Story. Fans will have to keep an eye on Murphy’s clues, and will hopefully be rewarded with a teaser trailer for American Horror Story: Double Feature shortly.

Manjeet Mahato
Comic, Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe Enthusiast, Having keen Interest in Hollywood Gossips and Technically Nerd.


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