“American Horror Story” reaches the exceptional milestone of 10 seasons. To celebrate this event, the series piloted by Ryan Murphy will be split into two parts. The first, “Red Tide”, is revealed in a trailer.
American Horror Story : a season 10 in two parts
The last seasonAmerican Horror Story dates back to 2019. The shooting of the next one, the tenth, was delayed and it is in 2021 that we welcome it. Titled Double Feature, she chooses to offer two stories for the price of one. An original approach for the anthology of Ryan Murphy, which has also been extended for three additional seasons. Its concept seems inexhaustible since each new burst of episodes is devoted to an independent story. August 25 will begin Double Feature on FX in the United States and a previous trailer was responsible for revealing the themes of this year. The first part, Red tide, will stage sea monsters. The second, Death Valley, will introduce aliens.
Will the two blocks dialogue with each other? Possible, but nothing has yet been specified in this regard. The trailer for Red tide does not help us to answer this question anymore.
The trailer for Red tide
FX has just unveiled a preview of the first part, allowing us to discover Provincetown, a small coastal town. It is in this corner that unloads a writer (Finn Wittrock) lacking inspiration with his wife (Lily Rabe) and daughter. The man hopes to regain a taste for writing with this new beginning, but his life will turn to tragedy because of disturbing events. The meeting with the locals will disturb the family, as will the emergence of monsters from the sea.
We do not yet understand everything in this preview, which features part of the main cast. Few shots show Macaulay Culkin, THE major rookie, in action. Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters are also visible, as are Frances Conroy and Adina Porter.
The section on sea monsters will span six episodes, the next four will focus on aliens. The trailer for Death Valley will arrive later, surely during the broadcast of Red tide. In France, no date has been announced. The distribution of the spin-off American Horror Stories will soon take place in the Star section of Disney +. This is possibly in the same place that this season 10 will arrive thereafter. Unless it is made visible on Canal + Séries, as has been the case for the show since season 7.