Ryan Murphy has released a new teaser image for “American Horror Story” season 10 with a first look at Macauley Culkin as he joins the series for the first time…
“American Horror Story” season 10 won’t debut on FX until later this year but series creator Ryan Murphy has shared a first look from filming including new series star Macaulyy Culkin as he joins the show for the first time.
Culkin joins a cast of returning regulars from past seasons including Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross, Frances Conroy and Finn Wittrock.
In the photo posted to Murphy’s Instagram account, Culkin is standing alongside Leslie Grossman on the beach, which is a central theme of the series, although the full theme for the 10th season has not been revealed yet.
The show has been under production in Massachusetts under the working title “Pilgrim” but obviously that doesn’t mean it has anything to do with the actual theme of the new season.
Murphy is always tight-lipped about revealing too many details about the various “American Horror Story” seasons until he’s ready to actually announce the name and even then that doesn’t always give away the full plot. He previously mentioned that much of the filming would take place at a beach but otherwise he hasn’t released too many details about the season.
In addition to “American Horror Story” season 10, Murphy is also serving as an executive producer and creator on the new anthology series “American Horror Stories,” which will debut on FX on Hulu with each one-hour episode serving as its own standalone story.
“American Horror Story” has also been renewed through season 13 on FX so there’s plenty more to come from Murphy and company. For now, let the speculation begin on the theme for “American Horror Story” season 10 with Culkin taking on one of the starring roles on the series.