When American Horror Story: Double Feature premieres on FX on August 25, prepare for a double-dose of episodes right away!
Over the past year or so, we’ve seen two-hour premieres become more and more of a tradition at the network, as they did something similar with both Snowfall and Mayans MC. Here, it makes even more sense given that this is a totally-new story and the idea here is to get people hooked on the story right away. There are a lot of mysteries still to be known about Double Feature, which looks to contain stories all about sea monsters and also aliens. How they intertwine remains to be seen.
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For the sake of this article, we can at least hand over a few more details about what the story ahead could look like — and who some of the main characters are. Go ahead and check some of them out, courtesy of the folks at SpoilerTV.
Episode 1, “Cape Fear” – A struggling writer, his pregnant wife, and their daughter move to an isolated beach town for the winter. Once they’re settled in, the town’s true residents begin to make themselves known. Written by Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk; directed by John J. Gray.
Episode 2, “Pale” – A quick fix for Harry’s writer’s block has unexpected side effects. Two eccentric locals offer Harry a helping hand. Written by Brad Falchuk & Ryan Murphy; directed by Loni Peristere.
There is clearly a lot to be revealed about this season still but for now, we’ll at least say it’s got a fascinating foundation. For any good horror story, you need the proper bones to be there.
Are you more excited than ever now about American Horror Story: Double Feature?
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