American Horror Story: Double Feature, the tenth season of the FX horror anthology series American Horror Story, is now four episodes into its ten episode run, and if you’re curious what sort of crazy things are happening in this season, we have a clip for you to check out in the embed above. We know that Double Feature is split into two stories (thus the title); one is called Red Tide, the other Death Valley. We’ve heard that these stories might involve sirens and aliens… but we never heard anything about pills that turn people into creative geniuses, which is what characters played by Leslie Grossman and Macaulay Culkin are discussing in this clip.

Pills were featured in the promotional material for this season, so they weren’t hiding this element from us.

JoBlo’s own Alex Maidy gave the first episodes of American Horror Story: Double Feature an 8/10 review that you can read at THIS LINK. The premiere episode of the season had the following synopsis:

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.

In addition to Grossman and Culkin, the cast of this season includes Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Finn Wittrock, Frances Conroy, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Angelica Ross, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Denis O’Hare, Robin Weigert, Rachel Finninger, Blake Shields, Jim Ortlieb, Eureka O’Hara, Chad Michaels, Neal McDonough, Kaia Gerber, Nico Greetham, Rachel Hilson, Rebecca Dayan, and Cody Fern.

New episodes of American Horror Story: Double Feature air on FX on Wednesday nights. Episodes are then available to watch on Hulu the next day.

I haven’t been watching this season so far, but I haven’t watched any of this show except the first couple episodes of the first season and the first couple episodes of the spin-off American Horror Stories. I’ll get to it one of these days.

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