Here’s Everything We Know (So Far) About ‘American Horror Story’ Season 10

Here’s Everything We Know (So Far) About ‘American Horror Story’ Season 10

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It’s spooky season when Ryan Murphy decides it’s spooky season, and with brand-new teaser images for American Horror Story Season 10 — and the title of the new AHS season — we’re officially back in the Halloween mood in March.

Because of COVID-19, the 10th season of the iconic horror show was delayed and pushed back a full year. In fact, 2020 was the first year since the show’s inception that American Horror Story didn’t air.

Luckily, new AHS is on track for 2021, and we can’t wait.

Are you ready for new AHS? Here’s everything we know about American Horror Story Season 10 so far:

1. There will be teeth.

Back in August, Ryan Murphy teased this eerie little image on his instagram, captioning it with “yes this is a clue.”

It’s likely that the new AHS season won’t have anything to do with vampires, considering the Hotel season already covered those. A number of commenters have guessed mermaids or sirens, which seems much more plausible — and exciting. Another teaser poster was in the same vein.

And note the tattoo gun. Who (stereotypically) has tattoos? Sailors!

2. We’re going to the shore.

Near the end of May, Ryan Murphy gave us another clue.

Further confirming a possible mermaid/siren spin on American Horror Story Season 10, some fans guessed the new AHS might have something to do with hurricanes, sharks, or various sea monsters.

Ryan Murphy posted the above teaser image back in March 2020, with the cryptic caption “Things are beginning to wash up on shore…”

3. Our faves are back.

For American Horror Story Season 10, Ryan Murphy is bringing back Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, who were notably missing from Season 9’s 1984. Also rumored to return are Kathy Bates, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross — along with franchise newcomer Macaulay Culkin.

Macauley Culkin will be making his franchise debut on American Horror Story Season 10

The cast was announced back in February, along with a creepy little video set to Orville Peck’s “Summertime.” (As if we needed more of a reason to love this show.)

No word yet on whether Jessica Lange, Denis O’Hare, or Frances Conroy will be making an appearance — but we can still hope!

4. We finally got the title of American Horror Story Season 10!

Ryan Murphy revealed the title of American Horror Story Season 10 in the most “Ryan Murphy” of ways: through another creepy video.

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