Fans have been waiting a long time for the latest upcoming season of American Horror Story. And while not much has been revealed about the plot of the new season, we now know the official title! According to co-creator Ryan Murphy, the new title for American Horror Story Season 10 will be American Horror Story: Double Feature. And, as the title suggests, it will indeed include two different stories. This will be the first season to be divided up as such, and it’s an exciting way to celebrate its tenth return to television.
As revealed via Ryan Murphy’s own personal Twitter account:
“The title of American Horror Story 10 is… Double Feature.”
The video further elaborates:
“Two horrifying stories… One season.
One by the sea… One by the sand.
More to come… AHS10”
American Horror Story has already tackled a variety of different concepts, themes, tones, and subgenres throughout its run. The very first season, for example, focused on a mere haunted house and the ghosts living within. Meanwhile, the most recent season involved a 1980’s-inspired summer camp slasher film setting. It goes to show just how varied the series can get, and with the latest American Horror Story season being an actual Double Feature, there’s no telling what’s going to be in store. Beyond the mentioned story “by the sea” and its counterpart “by the sand”, of course.
The cast for the upcoming new season of the series includes Macaulay Culkin, Leslie Grossman, and Kathy Bates, along with Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross and Finn Wittrock. A release date for the new season has yet to be announced. As such, stay tuned to ScreenGeek for more information on American Horror Story: Double Feature as we have it. After all, as the above video suggests, there is more to come.