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When does American Horror Story double feature come out?

American Horror Story Season 10, also known as American Horror Story: Double Feature, premieres on FX on Wednesday, August 25th at 10 p.m. ET, and will be available to watch on FX on Hulu the following day. Rolling StoneHow to Watch ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’ — and Binge the Entire Series for Free

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When does American Horror Story air? Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET. syracuse.comHow to watch ‘American Horror Story’ season 10 premiere: Time, TV channel, FREE live stream for ‘Double Featu

American Horror Story: Double Feature (FX, 10 p.m., season premiere): The tenth season of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s horror anthology series is divided in two parts. Red Tide is set by the sea and the second half, Death Valley, takes us to the desert. The two-part season premiere, titled “Cape Fear” and “Pale,” follows struggling writer Harry Gardner (Finn Wittrock), who brings his pregnant wife and daughter to an isolated beach town for the winter. Once they’re settled, the town’s true residents make themselves known. Previous cast members Evan Peters, Frances Conroy, Sarah Paulson, Billie Lourd, Cody Fern, Leslie Grossman, and Lily Rabe return along with franchise newcomers Macaulay Culkin and Neal McDonough.

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American Horror Story: 10 Single-Season Actors Who Should Come Back

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It's only been a few years since Emma Roberts last appeared on "AHS," but so much has changed in her personal life since then. For starters, she became a first-time mom! Emma and "Triple Frontier" actor Garrett Hedlund welcomed a son in December 2020 and swiftly debuted their bundle of joy on Instagram: "Thank you 2020 for getting one thing right. Our bright light Rhodes Robert Hedlund." The new parents started dating shortly after Emma broke off her engagement to "AHS" co-star Evan Peters in 2019, finally ending their tumultuous seven-year romance for good. Emma churned out a couple of films before taking on motherhood, including the 2020 Netflix rom-com "Holidate" and the big-screen thriller "The Hunt." She's currently staying with Garrett and their newborn son on location in Boston to shoot her first movie since giving birth, a 1976-remake called "About Fate." The door may not be closed on Emma going back to work with "AHS" creator Ryan Murphy, who's alluded to the idea of a "Scream Queens" reboot. Emma starred on the original 2015 FOX slasher series during its two-season run.

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Dylan McDermott starred on the very first season of "American Horror Story: Murder House" circa 2011. He reprised his role as Dr. Ben Harmon, a philandering psychiatrist who unknowingly moves his family into a haunted mansion, on "Apocalypse." He also starred on 2012's "Asylum" as illegitimate child Johnny Morgan and on "1984" as a sinister hitchhiker named Bruce.

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Much like Emma Roberts, Dylan McDermott also went through a major breakup after his last appearance on "AHS." He and Maggie Q, who met about five years earlier on the set of the short-lived CBS police drama "Stalker," ended their four-year engagement in 2019. The dad of two, who shares daughters Colette and Charlotte with ex-wife Shiva Rose, was in 2019 linked to Brazilian model Hethielly Beck. Professionally, Dylan hasn't strayed too far from from his "AHS" family, joining another of Ryan Murphy's star-studded ensemble casts with the 2020 Netflix miniseries "Hollywood." In 2021, he moved back to primetime TV with a major role as mob boss Richard Wheatley on NBC's "Law & Order: Organized Crime" spinoff. He'll also appear in the 2021 HBO Max biopic "King Richard," which focuses on Venus and Serena Williams' father and tennis coach.

Connie Britton also starred on "Murder House" and "Apocalypse." She played Ben Harmon's wife, Vivien, who copes with the aftermath of a miscarriage.

Connie Britton continues to be one of the most talented and hardest working single moms in Hollywood a decade after adopting son Yoby from Ethiopia. She tackled life with a then-newborn in the midst of shooting "AHS," wrapping up five years as football wife Tami Taylor on "Friday Night Lights" and starting production on ABC's 2012 country music melodrama "Nashville." Connie's star power helped make the soapy series a huge success for six seasons. After it wound down, she jumped right back into work with two big projects in 2018: FOX's first-responder drama "9-1-1" and Bravo's true-crime anthology series "Dear John," which she also executive produced. In 2021, Connie starred on "White Lotus," a satirical HBO miniseries centered around the lives of vacationing guests at a Hawaiian resort. She'll next appear in a big-screen adaption of the novel "Luckiest Girl Alive" with fellow "AHS" star Finn Wittrock.

Lady Gaga starred on 2015's "American Horror Story: Hotel" as widower Elizabeth Johnson (aka Countess), who runs her late husband's former torture chamber, Hotel Cortez. She also played an alluring witch named Scathach on 2016's "Roanoke."

Lady Gaga's acting career has risen to new heights since she won a Golden Globe in 2016 for her breakout TV performance on "AHS." In 2018, fresh off a broken engagement to "Chicago Fire" hunk Taylor Kinney, she took on the big screen starring alongside Bradley Cooper in "A Star is Born." Gaga scored an Oscar nod for best actress and her first Oscar win for one of the love story's original songs, "Shallow," which she and Bradley performed at the 2019 Academy Awards ceremony. Their steamy off-screen rendition of the ballad sparked serious romance rumors, which were denied by both parties. (Gaga had just broken off an engagement to talent agent Christian Carino, and Bradley's then-girlfriend, model Irina Shayk, was sitting in the audience during the duet.) Gaga has since moved on romantically and professionally: She's been in a relationship with tech exec Michael Polansky since late 2019 and in 2021 will star in "House of Gucci."

Zachary Quinto starred on "Murder House" as Chad Warwick, a murdered previous owner of the haunted mansion, and on "Asylum" as progressive psychiatrist Dr. Oliver Thredson.

Zachary Quinto first played Spock in 2009's "Star Trek" reboot and ended up reprising the role twice following his time on "AHS." He slapped his pointed-ears back on for 2013's "Star Trek Into Darkness" and 2016's "Star Trek Beyond" but still made time for other projects in between like "Hitman: Agent 47" and the biopic "Snowden." More recently, he starred in a 2020 Netflix film adaptation of the 1968 play "The Boys in the Band," which featured a cast comprised of openly gay actors including fellow "AHS" star Matt Bomer. He also starred on the short-lived supernatural-horror series "NOSA42" in 2020 and is set to lend his voice to characters in two upcoming animated flicks: "Invincible" and "The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder." There hasn't been any major new news on the dating front since Zachary and Miles McMillan ended their five-year relationship in 2019.

Taissa Farmiga starred on four "American Horror Story" installments including "Murder House" as Ben and Vivien Harmon's daughter Violet, "Coven" as newfound witch Zoe Benson and "Roanoke" as blogger Sophie Green. On "Apocalypse," she reprised her roles as Violet and Zoe.

Taissa Farmiga's Hollywood star has only shined brighter since she finished working on "AHS." She's slated to star on the upcoming HBO series "The Gilded Age," which was developed by the historical masterminds responsible for "Downton Abbey." Her latest feature film, the 2021 psychological thriller "John and the Hole," was selected to screen at both the Cannes and Sundance film festivals. Taissa and director Hadley Klein tied the knot in August 2020.

Chloe Sevigny had a supporting role on "Asylum" as Shelley, a nymphomaniac resident of Briarcliff for the criminally insane. She also starred on "Hotel" as pediatrician Dr. Alex Lowe, whose life falls apart following her son's abduction.

In the five years since Chloe Sevigny has starred on "AHS," she found love, got hitched and started a family. She and art gallery director Sinisa Mackovic had been dating for two years when news of her pregnancy broke in early 2020. The couple said their vows that March with a quiet city hall ceremony in New York City and welcomed son Vanja two months later during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Chloe is now working on the upcoming romance-horror movie "Bones & All."

Matt Bomer appeared on an episode of "Freak Show" as hustler Andy and also starred on "Hotel" as another of the Countess's exes, Donovan.

Matt Bomer almost doesn't count as a former "AHS" star because he recently went back for more of the action. But instead of the original, he signed on for Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's new spinoff "American Horror Stories," which premiered in July 2021. In 2020, he nabbed a thrilling lead role on the second season of USA's "The Sinner" and shined on the big screen as part of the openly gay cast of "The Boys in the Band." When Matt's not working, he's got his hands full with the three teenage boys he shares with hubby Simon Halls.

Jessica Lange delivered award-winning performances on five separate seasons of "American Horror Story." She played creepy neighbor Constance Langdon on "Murder House" and "Apocalypse," institution manager Sister Jude Martin on "Asylum," witch leader Fiona Goode on "Coven" and talent manager Elsa Mars on "Freak Show."

Jessica Lange just couldn't quit working with "AHS" masterminds Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, as seems to be the trend with many of her other former castmates. Just a year after wrapping "Apocalypse," she signed on for another of the creative duo's projects, the 2019 Netflix series "The Politician." Jessica has since been laying low, but a little downtime is well deserved for the seasoned actress who has two Oscars, five Golden Globes and three Emmys to her name. She also has three grown children, and two grandchildren, from previous relationships with ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov and playwright Sam Shepard.

Matthew Morrison starred on "1984" as Trevor Kirchner, the activities director at Camp Redwood during a slew of serial-killer attacks.

In June 2021, Matthew Morrison and wife Renee welcomed their rainbow-baby second child, daughter Phoenix. Matthew, who's perhaps best known for his work on the high school musical series "Glee," has stayed low key on the work front since "AHS" with the exception of his 2020 Christmas TV special, "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch Musical."

The ‘American Horror Story‘ Season 10 Cast Is, TBH, Exactly Who You Think It Is

Cosmopolitan 26 August, 2021 - 05:30am

Woooow, Evan Peters is in this?? Sarah Paulson too?! I'm shook!

Double Feature, this season's theme, is meant to be taken literally. As in there are actually two mini-arcs this season. We only know the cast and characters for Part I, "Red Tide," so far. The second part, "Death Valley," will debut later and feature aliens. Eek!

According to the official "Red Tide" synopsis, "a struggling writer, his pregnant wife, and their daughter move to an isolated beach town for the winter. Once they're settled in, the town’s true residents begin to make themselves known." Can fictional characters please stay away from beaches? First, there was the beach that makes you Old. Then there was White Lotus. Even Outer Banks can get stressful. Now this?!

Here's the cast and characters of American Horror Story: Double Feature.

Double Feature Character: Tuberculosis Karen

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse

Double Feature Character: Austin Sommers

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse

Double Feature Character: Harry Gardner

Other AHS Seasons: Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, 1984

His perfect Murphy-verse face (square-jawed, dark hair, identical to Matt Bomer and Zachary Quinto) also popped up on Ratched last year.

Double Feature Character: Doris Gardner

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, Apocalypse, 1984

Rabe has been in almost every season of American Horror Story, but often as a supporting, guest, or flashback role. This time it's all about her.

Double Feature Character: Alma Gardener

Other AHS Seasons: None!

As the daughter of Wittrock and Rabe in the series, get ready for this young actor to be in full creepy kid mode.

Double Feature Character: Belle Noir

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse

The Six Feet Under matriarch is always welcome at AHS.

Double Feature Character: Ursula

Other AHS Seasons: Cult, Apocalypse, 1984

Once again, her character is bringing the looks.

Double Feature Character: Lark

Other AHS Seasons: Cult, Apocalypse, 1984

Double Feature Character: Chief Burelson

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse

Double Feature Character: The Chemist

Other AHS Seasons: 1984

She made her AHS debut last season and is already back for more.

Double Feature Character: Mickey

Other AHS Seasons: None!

The former child star and podcaster is joining the American Horror Story family. Speaking of family...Rory Culkin appeared in Ryan Murphy's Halston earlier this year. Watch out, Kieran! The Murphy-verse is coming for you.

Double Feature Character: Holden

Other AHS Seasons: Murder House, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke

It's always fun to see what the Dallas Buyers Club and True Blood actor brings to American Horror Story.

Is there a new episode of American Horror Stories tonight, August 25?

Hidden Remote 26 August, 2021 - 05:30am

American Horror Stories -- American Horror Stories is a spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s award-winning hit anthology series American Horror Story. American Horror Stories is a weekly anthology series that will feature a different horror story each episode. Since 2011, the creators of the AHS have redefined the horror genre with various installments featuring a creepy asylum, a coven of witches, a traveling freak show, a haunted hotel and the apocalypse itself. The television series sprouted a legion of dedicated fans who anticipate what terrors the next chapter will hold. The franchise is produced by Twentieth Television. The series is executive produced by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto. (Courtesy of Hulu)

Will FX on Hulu release a new episode of American Horror Stories tonight, August 25? When will we get our dose of bite-site horrors again? Where can fans watch American Horror Story season 10 aka Double Feature? Here are all the details to know.

Even though some episodes were brilliant and others…not so much, American Horror Stories is another hit for FX! Not only is each episode featuring a new story, giving us a new adventure each time, but we love to get all we can from the AHS universe.

That said, is another episode streaming on FX on Hulu? Unfortunately, no.

American Horror Stories season 1, episode 7 (which premiered on Aug. 19) was the season 1 finale, which means we are now waiting for the second season. While no dates have been announced, it likely will be a year, or more, until American Horror Stories season 2 premieres.

This is because there’s typically a year between seasons, and we also have the pandemic to consider. Our best guess is a mid-to-late 2022 release date, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted with any updates we learn.

It’s not all bad news, though! American Horror Stories may be over, but you can still get some horror (the best in the AHS universe) with the original series, American Horror Story: Double Feature

Season 10 of American Horror Story premieres on FX today, Aug. 25. Season 10, episode 1 airs at 10 p.m. ET, and episode 2 airs at 11 p.m. ET — That’s right, the first two episodes are out tonight!

The new season will be divided into two parts: “Red Tide” and “Death Valley,” the former taking place by the sea while the latter by the sand.

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Here’s How to Watch ‘American Horror Story,’ So You Don’t Miss the New ‘Double Feature’ Season

Yahoo Lifestyle 26 August, 2021 - 05:30am

American Horror Story premiered on FX in October 2011 as an anthology horror series, with each season conceived as a self-contained miniseries with a different storyline, characters and cast. The first season, Murder House, centered on a family who move into a house in Los Angeles in 2011 that’s haunted people who have died there. Since then, American Horror Story has released nine more seasons: Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse, 1984 and Double Feature, the newest installment that premiered on August 25, 2021.

Though each season features a new cast and new characters, there are several actors who have recurred throughout American Horror Story‘s history: Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Lily Rabe. Other actors who have played multiple characters in the American Horror Story universe are Frances Conroy, Denis O’Hare, Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts, John Carroll Lynch, Adina Porter, Finn Wittrock and Jamie Brewer.

American Horror Story: Double Feature, the 10th AHS season, premieres on August 25, 2021, and will air its finale on October 20, 2021. Unlike AHS past seasons, Double Feature is divided into two parts: Red Tide, which takes place “by the sea,” and Death Valley, which takes place “by the sand.”

Red Tide, which will be the first six episodes, follows a struggling writer, his pregnant wife and their daughter as they move to a fictional isolated beach town in Massachusetts for the winers. Once they’re settled in, the town’s true residents start to make themselves known. Death Valley will be the final four episodes.

American Horror Story: Double Feature airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on FX. Episodes are available to stream the next day on Hulu. Double Feature premieres with two new episodes on August 25, 2021. After that, one new episode airs each week until the finale on October 20, 2021.

The American Horror Story: Double Feature cast includes returning cast members like Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Finn Wittrock and Lily Rabe. See the cast below.

So how can one watch American Horror Story online for free? Ahead are various ways and free trials to watch American Horror Story online for free. Pro tip: Combine the free trials and set a reminder to cancel them before they end, so you can watch all eight weeks of American Horror Story for free.

The easiest way to watch American Horror Story online for free is with Hulu’s 30-day free subscription. The service—which offers more than 1650 TV shows and 2,500 movies along with American Horror Story—starts at $5.99 per month for its basic subscription with ads. Its ad-fee plan costs $11.99 per month. Both plans come with a 30-day free trial, so users can watch American Horror Story before committing to a subscription. New American Horror Story episodes are available to stream on Hulu on Thursdays.

For those who want to watch American Horror Story online live either online or on their TV, Sling is an excellent option. Though the service doesn’t have a free trial, Sling has a current deal that offers users one month for just $10, which is four weeks of new American Horror Story episodes.

Sling offers two plans: Sling Blue and Sling Orange. (Sling Blue is more suited for news and entertainment, while Sling Orange is better for sports and family.) Both include the $10 first-month deal and cost $35 per month after the deal ends, if one chooses to subscribe. Both also offer 50 hours of DVR and include FX to watch American Horror Story online.

If you’re a Verizon customer (or know someone who is), there is another free option. For a limited time, customers with unlimited plans, such as Get More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited, have access to Verizon’s complimentary The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. Disney+ and ESPN are nice, but Hulu is the real reward here to watch American Horror Stories online for free.

So how do you claim your free Hulu subscription? Well, Verizon has a FAQ here that explains the steps a Verizon customer needs to take to access Disney+ for free, but here’s the gist: Go to My Verizon site or the My Verizon App. In the app, go to the Plans & Devices page and click Explore Adds. On the site, choose Account on the top menu and click Add Ons & Apps.

There, customers will be able to choose The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. After choosing the bundle, click Get It Now. Enter the email address you want to use for your subscriptions, check your email for confirmation and voila. You can now watch American Horror Story online for free.

Hulu+ With Live TV is another excellent option to watch American Horror Story online for free live. Along with access to Hulu’s library of 80,000 movies and TV shows, the service also offers more than 75 live channels, including FX to watch American Horror Story, as well as 50 hours of DVR. The best part about Hulu+ With Live TV, however, is that it offers a seven-day free trial. Hulu+ With Live TV costs $65 per month if one chooses to subscribe after their trial ends.

For the best way to watch American Horror Story online for free live, sign up for both Hulu+ With Live TV’s free trial and Fubo TV’s free trial. Both services offer seven-day free trials. Fubo offers more than 100 channels, including FX to watch American Horror Story online, as well as at least 250 hours of DVR. The service costs $65 per month after your free trial ends.

Connie Britton, Jessica Lange, and Sarah Paulson appeared in the first season, "Murder House."

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