At the time of passing the symbolic milestone of 10 seasons, “American Horror Story” wants to delight fans with a double program. A teaser reveals what the two themes of the next episodes will be and announces the presence of aliens.
American Horror Story sees double
American Horror Story is one of those series that has accompanied us for a good number of years and which has not yet said its last word. Ryan Murphy’s creation is going to return next month with a tenth season that’s very different from what we’re used to. Entitled Double Feature, it will present two stories instead of one. The series is an anthology that allows you to explore several universes linked to horror and fantasy. But she had never dared to break down into two parts as will be the case. A novelty which is intriguing, especially since we did not know much until now. The FX channel has just unveiled a teaser and we can finally better understand what awaits us.
Aliens vs. aquatic monsters
Double Feature will have two parts. The first is titled Red tide (Marée Rouge, in French) and the second Death Valley (The Valley of Death, in French). The teaser also reveals that sea monsters will be present on the one hand, and aliens on the other. In the atypical promo style ofAmerican Horror Story, you have to decipher the images to try to understand how things will fit together. The two stories will, a priori, be told one after the other. Will they mix and, above all, how?
Referring to the teaser, it feels like the aliens and sea creatures are going to meet. But it may just as well be that the stories remain distant from each other. If this configuration is confirmed, it would be a little disappointment as this preview promises a clash between two worlds.
For this tenth season, regulars Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will have a place in the cast, while Macaulay Culkin of Mom I missed the plane will have an important role and that several faces known to fans will also be involved (Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter). Beautiful people, to find the August 25 on FX in the United States. For France, the broadcast will take place on Canal + Séries at a later date. In addition to the teaser, a very beautiful poster was unveiled: