The Alien Poster for American Horror Story: Double Feature has now been revealed

American Horror Story Season 10 gets a new poster. It was developed by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and it has been a major smash for FX’s horror anthology. Murphy encourages performers from past seasons to reprise their roles in each new season. ’84’ was the subtitle for season nine, which took place at a renowned summer camp.

In Double Feature, Season 10 will include two different tales. They are “Red Tide” and “Death Valley,” which, as earlier advertisements have advertised, take place “by the sea” and “by the beach.” French Conroy, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters are among the performers who are expected to return from past seasons. Finn Wittrock, Denis O’Hare, Matt Bomer and John Carroll Lynch are all expected to return. A new series will also feature the debut appearances of Macaulay Culkin and Neal McDonough.

There is a new poster for American Horror Story season 10 on the American Horror Story Instagram account. An extraterrestrial and a siren battle is seen underneath the title. Land and water are depicted in the poster’s location, as the program has been teasing for quite some time now. Additionally, fresh episodes will be available the following day on FX’s Hulu channel in addition to the August 25th release date on FX. See the poster below for a closer look:

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The COVID-19 outbreak delayed the production and release dates of season 10. Promoting the new double feature season has been a top priority for FX in recent months. To be fair, this is no surprise, as the show has been a high performer on the cable network. American Horror Stories, which debuted on July 15, is a self-contained anthology series.

American Horror Story: Double Feature’s marketing materials have consistently emphasized the show’s dualistic concept. These promotional materials, on the other hand, have gotten more ridiculous. The new one is no different. How well the two-part season will fare, though, is a matter of time. In addition to some known names and newbies, American Horror Story aims to continue what it has been doing since its early seasons. The tenth season of American Horror Story will premiere on August 25.


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