Ryan Murphy’s hit horror anthology American Horror Story has been an entertaining ride during its tenth season titled ‘Double Feature.’ Up ahead, we explore the release date, time, and plot of the upcoming season finale.
Murphy has not only been hard at work with this chapter of AHS, but he has also been developing the recently aired American Crime Story. On top of that, Murphy has still to return to the One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest spin-off series Ratched for its second season, starring AHS and ACS veteran Sarah Paulson.
American Horror Story season 10 episode 10 release date and time
American Horror Story: Double Feature season 10 episode 10 will air on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 on the FX Network at 10 PM EDT (Eastern).
Season 10 has been airing a new episode every Wednesday on the network, and episode 10 will bring a conclusion to the tenth season.
If FX is not part of your cable package, Sling TV includes FX in its Sling Blue Package and Fubo TV also offers FX in its catalog. FX on Hulu will also be streaming American Horror Story: Double Feature, where previous seasons of the show are available too. This platform usually receives new episodes the day after it originally airs, therefore, you can expect to see the season finale appear on Thursday, October 21.
Season finale plot
Episode 10, titled ‘The Future Perfect,’ will be directed by Axelle Carolyn and written by Brad Falchuk, Manny Coto, Kristen Reidel, and Reilly Smith.
The premise of the season finale will follow on from the previous episode 9, and the official synopsis reads: “Mamie takes matters into her own hands. The fate of the future is revealed.”
The promotional trailer for episode 10 also states that a new threat will be arriving in the year we are currently navigating.
Is American Horror Story renewed for season 11?
Yes, American Horror Story has officially been renewed to continue into season 11, announced long before season 10’s finale.
FX announced way back in January 2020, that the anthology series was greenlit for a jaw-dropping three more chapters – spanning seasons 11, 12, and 13.
Murphy had previously teased that season 10 could be the end of the line for the long-running horror show, but fans will be delighted to know that there is plenty more in store.