Ryan Murphy revealed the cast of “American Horror Story” Season 10 on Wednesday, which includes the returns of series alums like Kathy Bates and Evan Peters, along with newcomer Macaulay Culkin.
Other cast members for the FX anthology’s currently untitled season (sorry, Murphy didn’t give that part away — yet) include “AHS” vets Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Sarah Paulson (as first reported by TheWrap), Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross and Finn Wittrock.
Murphy revealed the cast via a video posted to Instagram, which slowly unveiled each name against the backdrop of waves crashing on a beach. The clip was set to Orville Peck’s “Dead of Night.” Make of all that what you will in terms of what the theme and title of “AHS’s” tenth season might be.
During the Television Critics Association press tour last month, FX announced that “American Horror Story” had been renewed for three more seasons after the upcoming 10th installment — so Seasons 11, 12 and 13.
That same day, Paulson told TheWrap exclusively that she’d be back for Season 10, after skipping Season 9 a.k.a. “AHS: 1984” — the first she’s ever missed, having appeared on every other year, usually in a leading role, since the series debuted.
“I have no idea what it will be… But I’m not coming back as a guest part, I will be a central character,” Paulson said of her role.
See the “AHS” mastermind’s Instagram post below.