Season 10 of “American Horror Story” finally premieres on Wednesday… and we have the details. Like the title implies, fans are in for a “Double Feature” with two different storylines packed into one season.
FX chair John Landgraf has confirmed to “Deadline” that the first six episodes of season 10 will focus on one storyline, and then switch to another one for the last four. The first part is called “Red Tide,” set in Provincetown, Massachusetts – and the second is “Death Valley,” set somewhere in the desert.
Mainstays like Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, and Frances Conroy will be back, at least for “Red Tide,” and Macaulay Culkin will also make an appearance in season 10. Based on the “Red Tide” trailer, fans can expect aliens, sirens, a rogue scientist, and plenty more horrors. “American Horror Story: Double Feature” premieres Wednesday on FX, and hits Hulu the next day.
Part Two will be “Bad Omen.”