It feels like it's been a long time coming, but at long last, Ryan Murphy has revealed the title and teased some of the plot details for Season 10 of 'American Horror Story'.
'Double Feature' will be a bit of departure for the long-running horror series, in that this season will be quite literally split in two. Murphy has been dropping clues on Instagram as far back as last year, but now it appears that one of the season's story will be set "by the sea" and another "by the sand".
Here's the teaser posted on Ryan Murphy's Instagram confirming the title.
Last week saw Murphy post the first image of Macaulay Culkin on the set of 'American Horror Story' Season 10, but there's been no clear idea yet as to who or what his character's about.
In fact, this post by Ryan Murphy is the most amount of information we've got on the tenth season so far. So, thoughts?
Well, look, it's 'American Horror Story' - hit-and-miss is kind of baked into the whole thing. There are going to be good seasons, and then there's going to be piss-poor seasons. A shake-up is always a good thing, particularly in a show like 'American Horror Story' where it's heading into its tenth season. Splitting the season in two with two stories isn't exactly a groundbreaking concept, but who knows? Maybe it'll work.
Expect more information to drip out on this in the near future. No air date has been confirmed so far.