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Double Feature is the upcoming tenth installment of the anthology TV series American Horror Story. It was announced on August 03, 2018.[1] The title of the season was announced by Ryan Murphy on March 19, 2021, presenting it as "Two horrifying stories... One season. One by the sea... One by the sand".[2]

Plot

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Cast

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Announcements

  • Filming took place in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
  • Main photography would have started in March but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of this, the season premiere was delayed to 2021.[4]
  • Ryan Murphy confirmed that season 10 was tentatively slated to start shooting on October 31, 2020. 
  • On November 10, 2020, Ryan Murphy posted on his Instagram account the first promotional image of the season.[5]
  • The plot has not been officially revealed however, a teaser seems to hint that it's a beach/ocean inspired season.[6][7]
  • The cast was announced on February 26, 2020.[7] Kathy Bates was originally announced for the cast but later revealed to have withdrawn due to health concerns. Frances Conroy replaced her.
  • On March 23, 2021, Ryan Murphy announced Kaia Gerber is joining the American Horror Story family.[3]
  • On April 2, 2021, Ryan Murphy revealed the American Horror Story universe is expanding. He asked fans to comment which story would they like to see the most between: Aliens, Xmas Horror, Bloody Mary, Sirens, Piggy Man, and Plague.[8]
    • On April 10, the last poll was between Bloody Mary and Plague.[9] Following fans protesting, the poll was recounted to have it Bloody Mary vs Sirens on April 14.[10]


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