There is a new season of American Horror Story Double Feature on the way, and we are still trying to figure out how the new season will fit in with the other seasons of the horror anthology series.
While we wait for the premiere of American Horror Story Season 10, Ryan Murphy continues to tease us with hints and casting announcements, now a brand new full-length trailer has arrived to give us a clearer idea of what we can expect this season to be about.
The speculation is only going to get hotter now that we know what the intriguing title of the film is. We at TV Guide are here to assist you if you’re trying to take in every potential tease for the upcoming season of the FX drama.
The Cast of American Horror Story Season 10
With a large cast of known faces that is occasionally bolstered by intriguing new recruits, American Horror Story has built up a reputation for the repertory company of performers that it has employed and that it continues to employ. Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin is slated to join the established AHS cast members this season, according to a video shared on Murphy’s Instagram account, which confirmed who would participate in the 10th season.
Model Kaia Gerber has also been confirmed to be a part of the new collection’s cast. With the exception of two brief roles, this is Gerber’s first significant acting job, and she will reprise her role as student Kendall Carr in Part 2: Death Valley.
Ryan Kiera Armstrong (The Tomorrow War) will also become the youngest actor to join the main cast of American Horror Story, when she takes on the role of child prodigy Alma Gardner. She will be eleven years old when she joins the show.
Sarah Paulson, a regular cast member of the FX anthology horror series American Horror Story, was absent from the most recent season, named American Horror Story 1984, but she has confirmed that she would be returning in the future season. There are several other veteran cast members who have been confirmed to return, including Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Angelica Ross, Finn Wittrock, Rt, and Denis O’Hare. Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Angelica Ross, Rt and Denis O’Hare
A re-appearance With his next appearance in the long-running horror anthology, Denis O’Hare has teased a character that is considerably different from his prior appearances.
“He’s a little out of the ordinary,” O’Hare told Digital Spy. “The fact that I arrived late means that he isn’t the main driving force behind the activity. And he definitely has a comic relief component about him, which I really enjoy. I find him to be rather amusing. I have some really cool outfits. I have a beautiful collection of costumes. That is something I am extremely enthusiastic about.”
Many of the ensemble members will return for part two, but in completely different characters, including Sarah Paulson, who will play a fictionalised version of Mamie Eisenhower in the second instalment. Yes, this is the same Mamie Eisenhower who served as First Lady during the 1950s – with Neal McDonough, who previously appeared in Band of Brothers, joining the ensemble as President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Death Valley will also have Lily Rabe, who will play the unlikely character of Amelia Earhart. The cast will also include Nico Greetham from The Prom and French actress Rebecca Dayan. Kathy Bates was initially scheduled to make a return here as well, but she was forced to withdraw owing to health problems – fingers crossed that she will be able to return for whatever season 11 is dubbed.
Is American Horror Story Season 10 going to be Available on Netflix?
Netflix has historically released each season of American Horror Story a little more than a year after the show’s initial broadcast in the United States, but with the show’s transfer from FOX UK to Disney Plus, it is unclear whether this will continue to be the case.
The Premiere Date for American Horror Story Season 10 in the United Kingdom
It has been confirmed that American Horror Story will make its television premiere on Star on Disney Plus on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, for the first time ever. However, because this Halloween-friendly release date is a few months behind the series’ launch in the United States on August 25, fans should be aware that spoilers have already begun to circulate online.
It appears that the delay may be related to American Horror Story’s transfer to Disney Plus – the show previously aired the day after its US broadcast on FOX in the UK – rather than a technical glitch. Despite the transition to a streaming service, episodes will continue to be broadcast on a weekly basis on Wednesdays, similar to the release schedule of the spin-off show American Horror Stories.
The upcoming season of American Horror Story was originally scheduled to begin on the US broadcaster FX in 2020, with a premiere date in mid-September expected, but the coronavirus epidemic forced the show’s premiere date to be postponed until 2021.
The American Horror Story season 10 premiere was officially postponed until 2021, according to a statement released by FX in May 2020. Filming eventually began in December 2020, yet the project was halted in July 2021 due to a positive COVID-19 case that had been discovered.
The Trailer for American Horror Story Season 10
The teaser for Red Tide, which has shades of The Shining, contains lots of coastal scares, as well as our first glimpse at Macaulay Culkin in action, among other things.
Keep in mind that the trailer contains the release date for the United States only; Double Feature will be available in the United Kingdom a bit later in October.