Season 10 of “American Horror Story” could mark the end of an era in history in the series. Despite a three-season extension, one of the stars of the program casts doubt on her future and admits that she could leave the ship.
American Horror Story hits hard with its season 10
Season 9 ofAmerican Horror Story may have disappointed regulars because of a lowered cast. We were used to seeing recurring stars come back in different roles from the start. But this time, not Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, who are the two main faces of the horror show. Their absence could give rise to fear of a kind of beginning to slow down.
Thankfully, Season 10, which has just started, has shown that Ryan Murphy’s creation still has some under its belt. With a thrilling cast and an ambitious concept for a season split into two parts, it now seems clear that the series still has a few bright days ahead of it. It has also been extended by three additional seasons. Good news for regular followers but it may be necessary to do without a regular from the next round of episodes.
Sarah Paulson leaving?
In interview at Us, Sarah Paulson confessed that she might not continue the adventure American Horror Story after this season 10:
It’s the first time in three years that I don’t know. I think this is my last horror story season, probably. I mean, I don’t know.
A statement that must be tempered because it is difficult to see how Ryan Murphy could do without his services. We know that the two have a privileged artistic relationship. Sarah Paulson is found very often in the series he invents. She held the lead role of Ratched and turned in American Crime Story. It seems unlikely that Ryan Murphy will not offer him a new appearance in American Horror Story in the future. Plus, she’s not saying that she doesn’t want to come back, just that she just doesn’t know what the future will bring. For the moment, in the absence of confirmation of her presence in a next season, we can say that she risks leaving the show. A loss that would be heavy to digest and to which you still have to prepare a little, just in case.