American Horror Story actor Finn Wittrock clarifies why the tenth season of the FX anthology series will differ from past seasons. Wittrock has starred in four seasons of the Ryan Murphy produced show. The actor made his debut as the murderous Dandy Mott in American Horror Story: Freak Show. Wittrock went on to have roles in Western Horror Story: Hotel, Roanoke, and 1984.
Wittrock will be returning for the season in an undisclosed role together with American Horror Story veterans Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, and Sarah Paulson. Murphy and FX have consistently maintained a tight lid on what the theme is for the show’s tenth year. Images have teased a nautical motif that would make sense – that the series is currently wrapping up production in the beachfront town of Provincetown, Massachusetts, where they are filming exterior shots.
While Wittrock can’t show anything special about American Horror Story season 10, the celebrity did inform EW the season is totally different from some of the series’ past entries. Wittrock clarifies the season as tighter and this is where the show derives from. Also, he says that his personality in the season is maybe the most normal person he’s ever played in the sequence.
What To Expect From American Horror Story Season 10
Wittrock’s remarks about the constrained character of this season are intriguing. They are a nod to the contortionist Murphy has teased as part of this entire year, but it feels like it’s a reference to the overall plot of American Horror Story season 10. The series has been criticized because of its grand character, so a constrained season could be a step in the right direction. Murphy tends to take stellar notions and veer wildly in various directions. A more focused season could cause a more streamlined story that could work wonders for the construction.
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How constrained the season ends up feeling remains to be seen with a record-breaking budget, it’s clear that the American Horror Story is definitely going large for its successive season. This scale is exciting for fans who have been waiting a long time for the show to come back. American Horror Story: 1984 completed its conduct in 2019, and the season has faced delays as a result of coronavirus. With filming nearly complete, however, it seems ensured that American Horror Story will soon be coming back in a big way in 2021.