American Horror Story Season 10 Gets Sharp New Poster

The new season of the hit FX show has a striking new poster, but who knows when the new season will arrive.

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While 2020 has been a rough year for movie and TV production because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon. FX's American Horror Story Season 10 is coming but we just aren't sure when. Luckily, a new poster was revealed for the upcoming season, giving clues as to what we can expect.

The American Horror Story Twitter account revealed the new image, which features someone getting a tattoo on their tongue, ouchie. More importantly, the person in question has some jacked-up teeth. Check out the photo below.

The scary teeth might lend a few clues to what the next season of AHS is about. The very first image for Season 10 was revealed by showrunner Ryan Murphy back in March with the caption "Things are beginning to wash up on shore..." It featured some dead-looking hands coming out of the sea. It led many to wonder if the next season will be tackling sea zombies.

However, with this new photo, it seems like Season 10 of American Horror Story could feature sirens or mermaids--luring people on the sea to their death and eating them.

For Season 10, Macaulay Culkin will appear on the series. This is the first time the Home Alone star will appear on the show. He'll be joining Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, Adina Porter, Leslie Grossman, and Angelica Ross, along with fan-favorites Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters.

Additionally, there is a spin-off show coming in the near future. It's called American Horror Stories and it will consist of one-hour-long, stand-alone episodes. And if you love the main show, get ready for more as American Horror Story has been renewed through Season 13.

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