The “American Horror Story” universe is expanding with the anthology series “American Horror Stories” coming in July” followed by season 10 of the flagship series…
There will be a whole lot more “American Horror Story” coming later this year.
The long running anthology series from creator Ryan Murphy will spinoff into a whole new show coming in July titled “American Horror Stories,” which will be 16 stand alone episodes with each hour delving into a different creature, myth, urban legend or bit of folklore.
The series will air exclusively on FX on Hulu, which is the new streaming home for the network after being bought out as part of the FOX sale to Disney.
“We are doing 16 one hour stand alone episodes delving into horror myths, legends and lore. Many will feature AHS stars you know and love,” Murphy said about “American Horror Stories.”
Following that series debut in July, “American Horror Story” season 10 titled “Double Feature” will debut with that series running for 10 episodes with the finale expected to air on Halloween. That would make the series debut expected in late August with that show airing on FX with episodes going up on Hulu the next day.
The new season will be split into two separate parts — “one by the sea, one by the sand” — featuring a pair of different stories and casts. The series will see several returning favorites including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, and Lily Rabe as well as new cast members including Macaulay Culkin.
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 19, 2021
Like usual, Murphy hasn’t revealed anything regarding the plot or storylines for either half of the new season of “American Horror Story” but fans should get excited after the series was forced to take a longer than expected break due to a pause in production during the coronavirus pandemic.
Starting in July, there will be plenty of “American Horror Story” to keep everyone satisfied with the new series and the debut of season 10 coming soon.