After several delays in its production, “American Horror Story” is gearing up at some point this year with its tenth season, which will be titled “Double Feature” and which, as the name suggests, will feature two different narratives.

he tenth season of the series will feature franchise veteran faces such as Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Emma Roberts or Kathy Bates, although its creator, Ryan Murphy, has also added some interesting elements to the formula such as Kaia Gerber and Macaulay. Culkin. , with a few reports of someone else arriving.

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According to TMZ, actress and singer Paris Jackson, daughter of famous king of pop, Michael Jackson, has joined the cast of the tenth season of “AHS”. Like Culkin, his role in this new story remains a production secret, and it’s worth noting that he will appear in at least one of the episodes in the second half of the season.

Jackson’s film and television appearances so far have been confined to small roles as a guest actress in shows such as “Gringo” or “Scream,” the new season of “American Horror Story.” being the most important TV production to appear so far, which could catapult his career for future acting endeavors.

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Apart from the details of his double story, Ryan Murphy has not revealed any additional details about the new season of “American Horror Story”, which so far continues with its filming. However, over the past year, favorable details have started to emerge for fans of the franchise.

FX has authorized the approval of three more seasons of “AHS”, meaning fans will have 13 seasons (with the option to do more). In addition, the production of “American Horror Stories” has been approved. series that will continue with the anthology format, but with short stories presented in a single episode, similar to “Black Mirror” or “The Twilight Zone”.

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