Over the last few seasons, American Horror Story has been taking advantage of its expanding lore and interconnected characters. While the series originally started out with a variety of stand-alone storylines, the last few seasons have been tying them together in very interesting ways. For example, American Horror Story: Apocalypse saw actor Evan Peters return as his character Tate Langdon from the very first season of the show. The character has been one of the most popular American Horror Story characters since his debut, and made Evan Peters a fan-favorite figure whenever he appears even as a new character. But as shown in the below American Horror Story Season 10 set photo, Evan Peters definitely appears to be returning as Tate Langdon.
As you can see for yourself, Evan Peters is wearing Tate’s signature striped sweater. He’s also sporting the floppy hairstyle that the character was known for. If that wasn’t enough of a sign, it also looks like he’s standing in front of the iconic Murder House itself. While we don’t know much more than that, it definitely promises some interesting surprises for the upcoming American Horror Story season that’s been subtitled Double Feature.
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The new season is currently shooting in both Provincetown, Massachusetts along with the Los Angeles area. It’s apparently going to be divided into two parts, with one taking place during the west coast and the other on the east coast. With the way the Murder House seems to be involved, we can only assume that will play a part in the west coast storyline. We’ll just have to wait to know for sure what’s going on.
The cast for the upcoming new season of the series includes Macaulay Culkin, Leslie Grossman, and Kathy Bates, along with Sarah Paulson, the aforementioned Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross and Finn Wittrock.
Hopefully we’ll have a release date for American Horror Story: Double Feature and other details announced soon. As such, stay tuned to ScreenGeek for updates on those fronts as we have them.