– American Horror Story postponed until August due to Taylor Swift’s “Red (Taylor’s Version)” release
– AHS co-creator Ryan Murphy did not want the show and Swift’s album to clash on release dates
– American Horror Story Season 10 set to premiere on FX in August 2021
Fans of the popular anthology series “American Horror Story” have to wait a little longer for the release of its much-anticipated 10th season. The show has been postponed until August 2021 to avoid clashing with the release of Taylor Swift’s “Red (Taylor’s Version)” album.
The decision to delay the series comes from AHS co-creator Ryan Murphy, who took to Twitter to make the announcement. In his tweet, he mentioned that the show’s team loves and admires Taylor Swift, and they didn’t want the two major events to take place on the same day. He then confirmed that the 10th installment of the horror series will debut in August on FX. He ended the tweet with a message urging both AHS and Swift fans to enjoy the respective releases wholeheartedly.
The new season of AHS will showcase an ensemble cast that includes Macaulay Culkin, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Billie Lourd, and many others. The show’s official title and theme are yet to be revealed, but a teaser image posted on Ryan Murphy’s Instagram page earlier this year hinted at an oceanic setting.
Fans are eagerly awaiting both the show and Taylor Swift’s highly-anticipated re-recording of her classic 2012 album. With the decision to push back AHS, they now have the opportunity to enjoy both releases without any distractions.