American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy has admitted he is currently back and forth between two ideas for the inevitable Season 10 of the long-running horror anthology series.
In an interview with Hollywood Life at the celebration of the show’s 100th episode, Murphy announced he has two ideas and won’t decide on which one he is moving forward with until Halloween day.
“I decide always on Halloween day, and I have two ideas that I’m going back and forth with, so I don’t know which one is going to win,” Murphy said.
While he has announced that he’s narrowed it down to two, Murphy also claimed that he doesn’t see the show running out of steam anytime soon.
“I think it can go for as long as I can live and breathe and continue to be interested in it, and as long as John [Landgraf] wants to keep making it,” Ryan said. “And I think he has a passion for it. It’s been the number one show on that network since 2011, the year premiered. It’s still kicking.”
“It’s more popular in its ninth season worldwide than it ever has been,” Murphy continued. “So I think it has a great life to it because it’s anthological and it has a shiny cast, and new people come and go. Some seasons you don’t like, but some seasons you love. SO there’s something for everybody, I think.”
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