American Horror Story Season 10 is officially delayed until 2021.
We had a feeling it was going to happen and now it has officially been confirmed, no new American Horror Story until 2021 at the earliest, The Hollywood Reporter reported today. Ryan Murphy previously said the theme for the series is “weather-dependent” and also added that he hoped to go back into production this summer.
Typically, American Horror Story debuts in October, which is a fitting timeframe given its subject matter.
It is not entirely clear when the tenth season will officially begin filming. At one point it seemed like Murphy might be considering changing themes and using his “weather-dependent” idea for a future season rather than for Season 10. For now, we’ll have to wait for more updates.
American Horror Story spinoff has been ordered to series at FX.
The new show will be somewhat similar to the parent series except stories will be told in standalone hour-long segments. Murphy first announced the show while on a Zoom call with many AHS alumni.
While he has not yet confirmed the cast for the series, it is very likely that we will see a lot of familiar faces as the super-producer has a habit of working with the same people more than once.
Sadly, it is not clear when the spin-off will air. If AHS Season 10 isn’t going to premiere until 2021, then the spinoff probably won’t premiere until sometime after that as I imagine they will want to get production underway for the long-running series before starting on the new one.
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American Horror Story is currently available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.