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‘American Horror Story’ Season 10 To Continue Filming In October

‘American Horror Story’ Season 10 To Continue Filming In October

'American Horror Story' season 10 is officially back in the works, people. This is not a drill.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

American Horror Story is set to return to production in October, commencing with the tenth season of the show.

The FX and Netflix series was supposed to start production earlier in the year and air in September, but thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, the crew was unable to go ahead as planned.

However, now they've finally got the green light to return to set, meaning we're one step closer to seeing the latest instalment of the franchise. Yaaaas.

The show's writer Ryan Murphy confirmed the news by sharing a picture of some sharpened teeth on Instagram, writing: "Looks like American Horror Story Season 10 is go for an October (fitting) production launch."

Murphy, who co-created the program with Brad Falchuk, added: "Thanks to everyone who is working hard to assure a safe start for the cast and crew. And yes this is a clue."

While we currently still know very little about the plot of the upcoming season, this isn't the first clue that's been thrown our way.

Back in March, we were treated to a poster, which shows a pair of hands clinging on to a muddy seaside verge for dear life, with the ocean visible in the background.

At the time, Murphy teased: "Things are beginning to wash up on shore..."

The poster for the Netflix series also offered a clue (
Instagram/ Ryan Murphy)

Plus, the casting announcement was made via a video of a dark and dingy beach, with the actor's names flashing across the screen to Orville Peck's Dead of Night.

So, sharp fangs and the seaside. What could the theme be?!

Fans have lots of theories, naturally, but the most convincing is that there's going to be a nod to Greek mythology and Sirens - a half bird half woman that lured sailors at sea to their deaths with its song.

Think mermaids but far more evil....

We guess we'll have to wait to find out!

The new series is set to feature many of the most popular returning cast members, from Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Finn Wittrock, Angelica Ross, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson.

Adina Porter, Leslie Grossman and Lily Rabe will also be back, meanwhile Home Alone child star Macaulay Culkin is set to make his debut, too.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix/ FX

Topics: American Horror Story, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix