Remain calm, everyone! Ryan Murphy just announced the cast and hinted at the theme for AHS: Season 10!!!!!
Ryan, the writer ofAmerican Horror Story, posted a cast announcement video to his Instagram early this morning.
From the video we can see that we have so many fan favorites back like Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Lily Rabe, Finn Wittrok, Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter, Billie Lourde and Angelica Ross. We also have a new face joining the ensemble, Macauley Culkin. Yes… The kid from Home Alone.
We weren’t given a definite title of the season, but by the beach in the background, we’re assuming it’s going to be like Survivor meets Castaway.
Be sure to keep coming back for updates about AHS: Season 10!
It’s obvious Netflix is killing it in the Netflix Originals department. And it doesn’t look like they’re slowing down any time soon. With sequels to fan favorites The Kissing Booth and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, 2020 will also see Chris Hemsworth, Chadwick Boseman, James Corden, Meryl Streep, and Will Ferrell star. We’ll also see an in-depth look at Taylor Swift‘s career, in addition to work from Ryan Murphy, and Michelle & Barack Obama. We have no choice but to stan. Here’s a list of everything coming to Netflix this year (so far)…
The Old Guard
From director Gina Prince-Bythewood, Charlize Theron and Kiki Layne lead a covert group of immortal mercenaries who must fight to keep their team together when they discover the existence of a new immortal and their extraordinary abilities are exposed.
From director Lana Wilson, a raw and emotionally revealing look at Taylor Swift; following one of the most iconic artists of our time as she learns to embrace her role not only as a songwriter and performer but as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.
From director David Fincher, the story centers around the writing of Citizen Kane. Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Charles Dance,and Lily Collins star.
Mamoudou Athie, Courtney B. Vance, and Niecy Nash star in Prentice Penny’s feature directorial debut. Elijah (Athie) must balance his dream of becoming a master sommelier with his father’s expectations that he caries on the family’s Memphis BBQ joint.
Director Ben Wheatley‘s adaptation of Daphne du Maurier‘s novel (adapted by Hitchcock in 1940) follows a newly-married young woman (Lily James) who finds herself battling the shadow of her husband’s (Armie Hammer) dead first wife, the mysterious Rebecca.
Amy Adams, Glenn Close, and Gabriel Basso star in director Ron Howard‘s adaptation of J.D. Vance‘s memoir of the same name, a modern exploration of the American Dream about three generations of an Appalachian family.
Da 5 Bloods
The latest Spike Lee joint follows four African American vets who return to Vietnam, searching for the remains of their fallen squad leader and the promise of buried treasure. Chadwick Boseman, Paul Walter Hauser, Norm Lewis, Delroy Lindo, and Jonathan Majors star.
The Boys In The Band
From producer Ryan Murphy, Joe Mantello‘s adaptation of the play follows a group of gay friends who reunite to celebrate one of their birthdays. When the host’s potentially closeted college roommate shows up uninvited, the evening is thrown into turmoil.
To All The Boys: P.S. I Love You
Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) have just taken their romance from pretend to officially real in the when another recipient (Jordan Fisher) of one of her love letters enters the picture.
When aspiring musicians Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) are given the opportunity of a lifetime to represent their country at the world’s biggest song competition, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream is a dream worth fighting for.
I’m Thinking Of Ending Things
A road trip becomes a twisted mix of palpable tension, psychological frailty, and sheer terror in the latest from Charlie Kaufman, starring Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis.
All The Bright Places
Based on the novel by Jennifer Niven, Brett Haley‘s adaptation tells the story of Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) and Theodore Finch (Justice Smith), who meet and change each other’s lives forever.
The Last Thing He Wanted
In this Joan Didion adaptation from Dee Rees, a veteran D.C. journalist (Anne Hathaway) loses the thread of her own story when a guilt-propelled errand for her father thrusts her from byline to unwitting subject in the very story she’s trying to break.
A Fall From Grace
In this thriller from Tyler Perry, Grace (Crystal Fox), a disheartened woman restored by a new romance, discovers her relationship is full of secrets, and her vulnerable side quickly turns violent. Phylicia Rashad, Bresha Webb, Cicely Tyson also star.
This film from writer/director Alan Yang tells the story of a Taiwanese factory worker who leaves his homeland to seek opportunity in America, where he struggles to find connection while balancing family & newfound responsibilities.
Convinced they’d be better off raising themselves, the Willoughby children hatch a sneaky plan to send their selfish parents on vacation. The siblings then embark on their own high-flying adventure to find the true meaning of family.
The Kissing Booth 2
Elle (Joey King) & Noah (Jacob Elordi) just had the most romantic summer ever, but as he heads off to Harvard Elle juggles a long-distance relationship, college applications with her BFF Lee (Joel Courtney) & friendship with new classmate Marco (Taylor Perez).
The Half Of It
Shy, straight-A student Ellie is hired by sweet but inarticulate jock Paul who needs help wooing the most popular girl in school. But their new & unlikely friendship gets tricky when Ellie discovers she has feelings for the same girl. From writer/director Alice Wu.
Dick Johnson Is Dead
In this inventive portrait, director Kirsten Johnson seeks a way to keep her 86-year-old father alive forever by staging fantasies of death and beyond. Together, dad and daughter confront the great inevitability awaiting us all.
In a future dystopia, prisoners housed in vertically stacked cells watch hungrily as food descends from above — feeding the upper tiers, but leaving those below ravenous and radicalized.
Down the road from Woodstock in the 70s, a revolution blossomed at a ramshackle summer camp for teens with disabilities, transforming their lives & igniting a movement. Directed by Nicole Newnham & Jim LeBrecht, exec produced by President Barack Obama & Michelle Obama.
Mark Wahlberg reteams with director Peter Berg to play an ex-cop, Spenser, who moves in with Hawk (Winston Duke), an aspiring MMA fighter with his own rap sheet. Between gym rounds, the duo’s taunts turn to trust, and they team up to solve a double homicide.
Wagner Moura and Ana de Armas star in this sweeping drama from director Greg Barker. Set in the chaotic aftermath of the US invasion of Iraq, the life of top UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello hangs in the balance during the most treacherous mission of his career.
Over The Moon
Animation icon Glen Keane makes his feature directorial debut in this musical adventure about a girl who builds a rocket ship to travel to the moon in order to prove to her father that a legendary Moon Goddess really exists.
Coffee And Kareem
A Detroit cop reluctantly teams with his girlfriend’s 11-year-old son to clear his name and take down the city’s most ruthless criminal. Ed Helms and Taraji P. Henson star.
Ryan Murphy directs this story of a lesbian teenager who’s banned from attending the big dance with her girlfriend. The injustice prompts a cast of Broadway eccentrics to descend on the small Indiana town to fight back. Meryl Streep, James Corden & Nicole Kidman star.
Out Of The Fire
Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is a fearless black market mercenary with nothing left to lose when his skills are solicited to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. Action-packed, edge-of-your-seat thriller directed by Sam Hargrave.
Inspired by true events, from filmmaker Liz Garbus. Police inaction drives Mari Gilbert (Amy Ryan) to investigate the disappearance of her daughter. Mari‘s search of the gated community where Shannan was last seen brings attention to over a dozen murdered sex workers.
From writer/director David E. Talbert, a holiday musical tale of an embattled toymaker, his precocious granddaughter, and a magical invention. Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key and Madelen Mills star.
If you are an avid MDRN MAG fan you might remember our theories and explanationS article that we put out before 1984 even aired. If you didn’t let us do a quick recap!
Before the season even hit televisions, we predicted that this season would have “sex and lust” as a major theme… And we were right. How did we guess this? Well we have the theory that each of the seasons is a different circle of hell in Dante’s Inferno. And Lust was the only circle left. Which fit the bill of the season perfectly.
We also predicted that season 10 would be the last season of American Horror Story. And “take place” some way in hell, Being the last stop in Dante’s Inferno. Recently some information was released about AHS Season 10 that is making that theory also seem to be true.
We’re working on an idea for season 10 that I think people will love because it’s about reuniting fan-favorite actors to come back – because it might be our last season. It’s the last season we have contracted.
He also said another very interesting and very exciting fact about season 10…
The people who helped build this show into what it is, who believed in it from the beginning, have been contacted and are interested. So if you look at the iconography of the first three seasons, you can figure who I’ve gone to and who might be coming back.
So if we go by that statement we are expecting Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, and Queen Supreme herself Jessica Lange. And when we say expecting that just means they better be in the last season or we riot.
Now, as for the season “theme” or “title,” it’s still up in the air. Murphy stated before that Episode 8 of 1984 would contain a big hint to the next seasons plot… But that could be anything. Luckily an AHS fan account has broke down all the possibilities. (Be sure to click through the thread to see all of the theories!)
If you ask us, they could really play on the “Urban Legends” mixed with hell theme. If they have urban legends and AHS “legends” it would be a clever way to close out the series. (which we are not ready to say goodbye to.)
Granted FOX has the option of ordering new seasons, but with the Disney merger it’s up in the air. Ryan has previously stated that he feels this is a show that can “continue for several more years. Maybe the show will move to Netflix if a FOX contract isn’t drawn up.
Only time will now tell the fate of AHS Season 10 and it’s future! You can be assured that we will keep you all up to date with all the new details. We promise!
So you know Murder House, right? It’s the staple location that any AHS fan can pin-point. Well, it’s actually a real place that was up for sale a few years ago. And though we tried ourselves to save up for it (we sold a lot of lemonade), we just couldn’t get the money in time.
The couple, Ernst Von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold, that we’re lucky enough to buy Rosenhiem Manor, claim for it to be haunted. But not by what you think… They claim the house is haunted by AHS itself. Why? Well, the mass amounts of fans that come each day to take pictures outside the house.
The couple had no idea of the show and the houses history. They say that they feel “cheated out of money” because the realtor failed to disclose the houses fame.
Damn you, Marcy.
They say that they’ve had to deal with numerous trespassers on property and even people breaking in… Wow, the missed opportunities to act out Episode 2 (if you know you know). But also… maybe they were just trying to find Tate because… we get that.
Eventually, the couple even went as far as putting a large fence up but… the fans weren’t letting that get in the way of their visit. It should have been bought from FX or Ryan Murphy himself and turned into a AHS museum, if you ask us.
One more thing, the couple claims the house is actually haunted… so… we’re just gonna go by some milk real quick. And by milk we totally mean we’re going to go and see Tate now that it’s confirmed he’s real.
As always, Jace is on the case, this time to try and decipher what is about to go down in the AHS world.
Throughout the past few weeks information has slowly been released about the upcoming season. You can see what we already know here. Remember this article is STRICTLY THEORIES. I have no idea if any of this will end up happening in AHS. But read along, let us know if you agree!
So, I’m about to really get really into American Horror Story and theories surrounding it. There are always multiple possibilities for the AHS world and it’s always hard to stick to just one theory, so let me break down a few for you.
It’s actually the set of a movie
When show creator, Ryan Murphy, dropped the cast announcement video is when this speculation started. Quite literally opening with a countdown and an off-screen crew member saying “screen test, rolling.” In this video, the characters in multiple different outfits which clearly are from the 80’s and walking around an empty cabin .
Throughout this video we can see red tape that forms the shape of a “T” on the floor. When on set for any kind of filming, these are on the floor to tell the actor where to stand. These are called “marks.” AHS has one of the best editing teams and would not let a mistake like this slip by (*cough, Game of Thrones, cough*). Especially because in some shots it is there and in others it is not. Clearly this mark is meant to be seen, further making us believe that it is in fact a set of some sort. Now, if this theory is true, this season could either be really good or really bad.
How this could be bad…
Murphy had already played around with the idea of having the season take place on a set in AHS: Roanoke. Roanoke started off as a cheesy rip-off version of A Haunting, and then turned into a reality TV-Show putting the real people and actors who played them back into the haunted house. Yeah… We’re still confused too. Long story short, it dragged. While it was probably the season with the most jump scares, the content just wasn’t there.
How this could be good…
If Murphy learned from his mistakes in Roanoke, then this could be amazing. If we’re on a set we can go horror movie gone real. People swapping out prop weapons for real ones, fake blood is actually real blood, and no one is acting when they’re screaming for their life.
From the trailer and cast announcement video we see a man in a dark trench coat who is dripping wet kind of fisherman-y. This definitely gives us I Know What You Did Last Summer vibes – but I think that’s the point.
However, we can’t jump to the conclusion that he’s automatically the killer of the season. Throughout the video we see a boy who is the ‘edgy’ kid of the bunch. Complete with luscious hair, a leather jacket, and a switch blade, this boy definitely raises a red flag.
It actually takes place in 1984
There could also be a chance that this does actually take place in 1984 and this could be a real camp. To start this theory, AHS seems to have a pattern to the seasons. A present day season followed by a season that takes place in the past. Think about it. Murder House 2011, Asylum1960’s, Coven 2013, FreakShow 1950’s, Hotel 2016.
This is where the pattern ultimately ends because Roanoke, Cult,and Apocalypse all take place in present day. This blast to the past season is kind of over due. But back to the hard evidence.
In the video, Leslie Grossman and Matthew Morrison are definitely the oldest of the characters we’ve seen. The two are definitely superior in some sort of way.
In the video we also see the same characters walking into the cabin over and over. I can’t quite tell what their ages they are supposed to be; they could either be teenagers at some kind of art camp, or camp counselors in training. We see them in multiple different outfits, and each time they walk in, it seems as if they’re looking for something. But what?
This is the million dollar question. Are they being drawn by some kind of force? Are they ghost hunting? Did they hear cries for help?
The killer is not going to be that obvious
Each season there’s the big killer, the one with the revenge plot. However due to the fact that they’re doing a retro slasher season… I don’t think it’s going to be that obvious.
Remember in the first Friday the 13th, when we were all telling the group of kids from Camp Crystal Lake to run from Jason. JUST TO FIND OUT that it wasn’t even Jason doing the killing. It was his mother the whole time.
How about in Scream (anyone of them really), when we just think that it was a single serial killer out for revenge. When in fact, it’s usually more that two people orchestrating the whole thing looking for attention.
Heck, even thought it’s not a slasher flick, think of Gone Girl. We thought that she was kidnapped and killed for some reason when in actuality… she staged her own death to get revenge on her cheating husband (who she get’s back with in the end… but live your life, boo).
Bsically, I think that no matter the time or actual place of the season… The killer will be right under our nose the whole time. I have a feeling that it will be a team of people trying to throw the scent off of each other.
Probably some “you stole the person I love even though they don’t love me back so now I’m going to kill you” type thing… Cause y’know…. That always works out.
The Inferno Theory
Some may have already heard of this theory, but for those who haven’t… Sit tight, because your mind is about to be blown.
This theory was just a small coincidence that a reddit user pointed out. At this point there were only 5 seasons… Upon hearing this, I’ve decided to dive deeper to further prove this theory that has peaked my interest.
We have always been told that all the seasons are connected in some way. We’ve had reoccurring characters and small little easter eggs placed throughout the seasons. But how are they overall connected? Are they just all in the same universe? Or is it bigger than that?
In Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri‘s three-part epic poem The Divine Comedy, the narrator descends through nine levels of hell: Limbo, Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Wrath/Anger, Heresy, Violence, Fraud, and Treachery. Here is where we start making the AHS connections. Each circle of hell is a different season.
Murder House (Limbo)
The first stop in Dante‘s journey is Limbo, here he comes across people who are trapped in an in-between afterlife. Not deserving of damnation but not yet able to enter heaven.
In Murder House, the ghosts of the house are trapped. If they die on property, their souls can never leave (except on Halloween), making them trapped between the living people of earth and the afterlife.
In the poem, the next circle after Limbo is Lust but it seems as if Ryan Murphy, the shows creator, skipped around with placement. Because next circle we see is Fraud. In the poerm, Dante saves this circle from false prophets and health professionals that actually exploit patients instead of curing them. Sound familiar?
In Asylum, Braircliff is basically a cover up for Dr. Arden to experiment on patients. There is also Dr. Oliver Threadson using and abusing his power to try and frame someone as the killer Bloodyface, when it is in-fact Threadson himself.
Treachery, which is the technically last and worst circle in hell is said to be reserved for those who betray their friends and loved ones… Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
In Coven, remember that scene where Fiona betrays Maddison by killing her? Or when Cordelia‘s husband not only betrays their marriage by having an affair, but by being a witch hunter and planning to kill her this whole time? How about that part when that crazy mom killed her son in the hospital because he realized how much she has lied to him. Yeah, I think it’s safe to say there’s some treachery going down in season 3.
Freak Show (Greed)
The fourth circle, greed, was divided into two groups. Those who hoarded possessions and those who lavishly spent.
Freak Showis all about greed. Elsa is quite literally making a profit of people with deformities that had no where to go. They were her family-her possessions that she hoarded and could never let go of. As for the lavishly spent portion… two words… Dandy Mott.
The circle of Gluttony is for those who are well… gluttonous… who have habitual needs. Like addiction, maybe?
Drugs, alcohol, and sex are all things that represent modern-day gluttony. And represents AHS: Hotel. Sally has an on-going heroin addiction, Detective Lowe suffers from alcoholism, The Countess lures men and women to feed off of through sex, and there is literally an AddictionDemon.
In the poem, the 5th circle is where you find wrathful and angry people. When venturing through this level Dante said that these people could be seen fighting and drowning each other.
In Roanoke, The Butcher has quite the anger problems against the colonists that rebelled against her. Above that, she tortures everyone that dares to live on her property. In this season we also see the angry cannibalistic Polk clan. Not to mention that one scene where Shelby finds Matt cheating on her with Scáthach (All hail supreme Gaga) and bashes his head in… Yeah I think that everyone in that season is a little angry.
The Heresy circle is reserved for those who have beliefs or ideas that contradict the christian beliefs. These are the people that started… well… cults…
Cult. Well the connection is literally in the name. That and the fact that Kai tries to create a Messiah baby andhas an obsession with playing “god“; idolizing cults like the Manson Family, Jonestown, and Heavens Gate.
The seventh level is Violence, this circle is divided into three sub-circles. Outer being the murderers, middle being profligates (extravagant and wasteful people), and the inner being blasphemous people (acting out against god).
While the whole season of Apocalypse is violent in the sense of the apocalypse happened and wiped out almost all of humanity… There are some harder facts.
Below you can see a picture of Outpost 3. Its shape is three circles much like the Violence circle.
The outer circle is the outside… If you were to go outside you would be murdered by these infected zombie people.
The middle circle would be the actual inside of the outpost, where they dressed as extravagantly as it was decorated. Not to mention they worried about wasting food because of rations (but they did anyway).
The inner circle are those who are blasphemous and speak out against god, this is more of Michael entering the outpost and trying to take over because he’s…. the literal anti-christ.
This brings us our final circle. As you just read, there’s some pretty solid evidence for this theory. You may ask, “Jace, how do you know this season will be Lust if it hasn’t even aired?” Well my friend. I don’t. But the facts show that it’s possible.
Seasons 1-8 have each shown that they could very possibly represent a different circle in hell. Leaving only Lust left. Now, after analyzing the teaser and cast video over and over, I couldn’t find anything even remotely close to lust. Nothing showed it… But that was the problem…. Nothing SHOWED it. I ended up curious about the song that was playing over the cast video. It was Dan Hartman “I Can Dream About You”.
When I listened, it seemed like your everyday cheesy 80’s pop love song. It wasn’t until I read the lyrics that it clicked. The lyrics are saying that because he cannot be with her, he can dream about her. He keeps going on like this almost like he’s obsessed with her… like he’s in LUST with her.
I think this gif describes how we all feel right now.
What do you think?
Is this wishful thinking? Maybe? But it sure makes sense, doesn’t it. We won’t know if this season is Lust until it actually airs… And we won’t really know if this Inferno theory is true until next season… American Horror Story: 1984airs September 18th at 10pm on FX and FX Streaming.
What do you think? Do you think there is enough evidence proving it true? Do you have another theory? Let us know in the comments below!