Not even a week has passed, since the production on season 2 of the Bridgerton had to be stopped again due to Covid. And now, even the FX original American Horror Story has been hit by covid. Fans were eagerly waiting for the upcoming tenth season of the horror series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Season 10: Double Feature is scheduled to premiere on August 25, 2021, and fans are worried about the possibility of another rescheduling.
What Do We Know So Far?
Due to the sudden spike in Covid patients, the production team had everyone examined and a few members of the team tested positive. Keeping the health of the team in mind, producers have decided to pause the production of the series and the team was told to follow the safety protocols. However, we can assume that it is quite serious, as no official statements have been released. We don’t know how severe this situation is, as the Delta variant of the COVID-19 is infecting more and more people worldwide. Season 10 has seen many delays due to covid and it’s no wonder the fans are worried.
Development of SEASON 10: Double Feature
The horror series was renewed on August 3, 2018, and was originally set to air in 2020 but was rescheduled due to production being delayed due to the pandemic. Production began filming for the season on December 2, 2020. The 10th season will incorporate two different stories,” one by the sea, one by the sand”.
Cast Of Season 10:
According to Ryan Murphy, the co-writer of the show, season 10 is all about reuniting fan-favorite actors and we can see a few familiar faces as well. Returning cast members from previous seasons include Frances Conroy as Belle Noir, Leslie Grossman as Ursula, Billie Lourd as Lark, and others. Two new faces have joined the tenth season, Neal McDonough as Dwight D. Eisenhower and Macaulay Culkin as Mickey.
The success of the Show
This television series on the cable television channel FX has a storyline with its own “beginning, middle, and end”. Since its debut, it has not only earned positive reviews from critics but also garnered support and love from fans. The show has been nominated for a variety of different awards, with total nominations over 350 and an amazing 138 wins. The awards won include 4 Critics’ Choice Television Awards, 16 Emmy Awards, 2 Golden Globe Awards, 1 People’s Choice Award, 3 Satellite Awards, and twenty-six Saturn Awards.
American Horror Story’s Rescheduling Is A Big Deal
The show has been on the air for a decade now and the production team must’ve taken measures to prevent the spread of this virus. This is an alarming issue, as, despite the precautions, the team still tested positive. Even though Hollywood’s unions and the major companies came to a new agreement, under which mandatory Vaccinations On Productions is now an option. But the issue here is that the vaccines are not 100% effective in preventing Covid or spreading it. It’s now up to the production team of the show, to restart the production when they deem it safe.