Courtesy : TVLine
Another day and another show to now be affected by the on-going coronavirus pandemic in terms of facing a delay. FX, on Tuesday revealed that the forthcoming 10th season of American Horror Story, which traditionally bows in October timed to Halloween, has been delayed to 2021. The John Landgraf-led outlet also confirmed it has ordered an anthology spinoff from creator Ryan Murphy, though no additional details were provided about the hourlong offshoot.FX, like nearly every linear network, has had to delay multiple series from its schedule in the wake of the near industry-wide production shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Still, FX used its time with ad buyers to outline its slate through 2021, though there were no premiere dates or timeframes for any of the new and returning series on its sprawling lineup.
Also, a spin-off series is officially a go at FX.Just over two weeks after creator Ryan Murphy announced the project, FX has given the greenlight to “American Horror Stories,” a weekly anthology series that will feature a different horror story each episode.Murphy discussed the new show on a zoom call with some core “AHS” cast members, and while more details on the series are still sparse, it’s clear that it will likely feature familiar players from the main show.
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