An American Horror Story fan favorite is returning to the fold.
Frances Conroy, last seen playing both Myrtle and Moira in the FX anthology’s eighth season (AHS: Apocalypse), is rejoining the all-star cast for Season 10, series creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed. “Our beloved Frannie is indeed in this season,” Murphy wrote in response to a fan’s inquiry on Instagram.
Little else has been confirmed about AHS‘ upcoming 10th season, which is currently in production, including its top-secret theme.
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* Black Lightning‘s final season has tapped Melissa De Sousa (On Becoming a God in Central Florida, Single Ladies) to recur as Anna Lopez, Freeland’s new chief of police whose views on the metahuman population differ from the late Chief Henderson — in that she sees them as “freaks” and equally as bad as The 100 gang.
* The BBC and Sundance TV have renewed the relationship series The Split for a third and final season, our sister site Deadline reports.
* Amazon Studios has given a series order to an adaptation of Jenny Han’s YA book series The Summer I Turned Pretty, which is described as “a multigenerational drama that hinges on a love triangle between one girl and two brothers, the ever-evolving relationship between mothers and their children, and the enduring power of strong female friendship.” Han will write the pilot, plus showrun the series alongside Gabrielle Stanton (Haven).
* HBO Max has scheduled a Thursday, Feb. 11 binge drop for the acquired UK competition series The Bridge, in which 12 strangers must construct by hand a walkway to a small island where a £100,000 prize awaits just one of them. Watch a trailer:
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