After nearly two years of no new episodes, the tenth season of American Horror Story is finally coming, complete with a trailer that reveals everything fans can expect from the long-delayed two-part season.
The first half, Red Tide, of the aptly titled tenth season, Double Feature, is set to premiere on August 25 on FX.
Here is a complete list of all the cast members confirmed for American Horror Story season 10:
- Finn Wittrock
- Lily Rabe
- Ryan Kiera Armstrong
- Frances Conroy
- Evan Peters
- Sarah Paulson
- Billie Lourd
- Angelica Ross
- Leslie Grossman
- Macaulay Culkin
What is the story of American Horror Story season 10?
The story of Red Tide will focus on a young writer and his family. In an attempt to channel every ounce of creativity from his mind, he and his family relocate to a small coastal town for some peace and quiet. Initially, the relocation appears to work, he's writing again and all his creative juices seem to be flowing. However, as the young writer and his family soon find out, they're not the only ones inhabiting their new home.
From what we can make out based on the trailer, the writer's sudden influx in creativity is somehow related to a certain despicable act committed in the town.
The first half of season 10 appears to revolve around themes such as the price of success. This further implies that the town will reward those who seek great things, in exchange for something grave in return of course.
We'll have to wait for August 25 to find out exactly what the necessary sacrifice is, but judging from what we've already seen from the trailer, we know that the tenth season will deliver its fair share of gruesome and memorable scares.
What's interesting here is that the season is split into two parts, which suggests that Red Tide will tie into the second part, Death Valley. Series showrunner, Ryan Murphy, didn't exactly clarify things when questioned how it is all connected. Instead, he opted to explain that Red Tide will take place "by the sea" and Death Valley " by the sand.
In other related news, Hulu's American Horror Story spin-off is going strong deep into its first season.