'American Horror Story' Season 10 Pushed to 2021, Spinoff Officially in the Works

Tuesday May 26, 2020

Good news and bad news for "American Horror Story" fans: The planned 10th season of the anthology series has been delayed until next year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Nevertheless, John Landgraf, the president of FX where "AHS" airs, confirmed a spinoff of the series that co-creator Ryan Murphy teased earlier this month called "America Horror Stories."

"AHS," which has been renewed through Season 13, would usually begin filming about now and air on FX in the fall. Due to coronavirus complicating predictions around the world, the show, like a number of other series, will be on hold.

But fans can look forward to the spinoff series "American Horror Stories," which Landgraf officially gave the green light too, THR notes. The show will feature a new story for every episode rather than a different season.

Murphy's "American Crime Story" series, which has a new season coming up about the Bill Clinton impeachment, could still come out this year as the show had already gone into pre-production. Nevertheless, THR writes it "also depends on factors that involve the current state of the world."

Comments on Facebook