Series creator Ryan Murphy announced the new and returning cast members for the tenth installment of American Horror Story (sometimes abbreviated as AHS) via video posted to his Instagram account, set to the tune of the song Dead of Night by Orville Peck. Coming back to the FX series after missing out on season 9 are Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters. Last season was the first iteration of the series to not feature either actor.

Macaulay Culkin, who became a household name due to his role in the Home Alone franchise, joins the cast for the tenth season. The AHS role will mark his first series regular part in a live-action TV series. Over the past 15 years, since the release of the indy film Party Monster, Culkin’s appearances in film and television have been few and far between. Recently, he guest-starred in an episode of the Hulu series Dollface, opposite his real-life girlfriend, Brenda Song. AHS will be his first recurring role since 2016, when he appeared on 8 episodes of The Jim Gaffigan Show.

Other season 10 cast members will include Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross and Finn Wittrock. The theme of Season 10 hasn’t been revealed, but it’s possible that a few clues can be extracted from the music used in the teaser video. No word on if Jessica Lange, who was a regular in earlier seasons, will join the cast.

In January 2020, American Horror Story was handed a three-season renewal earlier this year, securing it to be a mainstay through at least season 13.

Watch Murphy’s announcement video below:

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American Horror Story is an anthology horror series created by Murphy and Brad Falchuk.