American Horror Story: 1984
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“American Horror Story" season 10 is inescapable and so as the horror it will bring to its audiences. Ryan Murphy’s famed horror franchise is once again hitting television sets in 2020 but what's else does he have to offer?

At the 100th episode celebration of the “American Horror Story,” Ryan Murphy teased the fans about the theme of the upcoming FX series. He dropped a subtle hint for the fans. According to Hollywood Life, he said that there are no clues about the upcoming season in the episodes 1-7, but there could be a big hint appearing in the eighth episode of the show.

After the eighth episode, most of the viewers were of the opinion that the tenth installment of “American Horror Story” will be about urban legends. Others think that it could be about aliens. After the introduction of the sci-fi elements in the show, many fans were hoping that the series might revisit the UFOs. Either way, it is beyond doubt that the AHS 10 will premiere with another creepy tale in 2020.

“American Horror Story: 1984” marks the return of Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Cody Fern and John Carroll Lynch. The new members of the AHS family include Angelica Ross, Zach Villa, Gus Kenworthy, Matthew Morrison, and DeRon Horton.

The older episodes of the show are collecting huge ratings and reviews from Netflix viewers. With co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk seemingly never running short of new plot twists, it would be interesting to see if “American Horror Story” will go way past season 10.

Although the airing date is yet to be announced, the fans are expecting a September premiere of the show. Most likely, “American Horror Story” season 10 will stick to its schedule and premiere in fall 2020, with the story development and filming taking place during the summer.

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