FX released a new trailer for “American Horror Story: Double Feature,” the 10th season of “American Horror Story,” which premieres on FX on Aug. 25 at 10 p.m.

Each season of the horror anthology series follows new characters in a new setting, and this “Red Tide” trailer sees a struggling writer (Finn Wittrock), his pregnant wife (Lily Rabe) and their young daughter move to an isolated beach town with mysterious residents for the winter.

The series is executive produced by creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, along with Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto. Watch the trailer below.

Also in today’s TV news roundup:


FX shared a trailer for “The Premise,” a new anthology series created by B.J. Novak premiering Sept. 16 on FX on Hulu. Each of the five episodes tells a separate character-driven story in a contemporary setting, discussing topics like social justice, social media and sex. After the first two episodes are released on Sept. 16, a new episode will come out each of the following Thursdays. Lucas Hedges, Kaitlyn Dever, Jon Bernthal, Ben Platt, Tracee Ellis Ross, Daniel Dae Kim, Lola Kirke, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Soko, Ed Asner, George Wallace, Jermaine Fowler, Ayo Edebiri, Boyd Holbrook, Eric Lange and Beau Bridges star. John Lesher executive produces along with Novak, who also writes and directs. Josie Duffy Rice and Jia Tolentino also write, with Kitao Sakurai, Darya Zhuk and Jake Schreier as additional directors. Watch the trailer below.

HBO Max released a trailer for “Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground,” a documentary special debuting on Aug. 19. Directed by Sophia Nahli Allison, the film was made in honor of Henry Hampton’s civil rights-focused docuseries “Eyes on the Prize,” which aired on PBS from 1987-1990. “Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground” focuses on the original series’ impacts as well as continued conversations about race and anti-Blackness in the U.S. The special is executive produced by Patrisse Cullors, Field/House Productions’ Mervyn Marcano, De La Revolución Films’ Melina Matsoukas, Anonymous Content’s Joy Gorman Wettels, Bedonna Smith, Blackside’s Judi Hampton and Sandra Forman, and Sophia Nahli Allison. AC Studios will serve as the studio on the project, which was developed and pitched in partnership with AC’s The Lab. Watch the trailer below.


Zash Global Media and Entertainment (Zash) greenlit three new reality series: “Love Is Blurred,” “Own-It” and “Millennium Penthouse Dance Party.” “Love Is Blurred” will explore the “dating dilemma” of personality versus looks, while “Own-It” is a cooking competition featuring aspiring chefs, and “Millennium Penthouse Dance Party” is a reimagined American dance competition. The three series serve as the debut slate for Zash and will be distributed via cable television syndication while also streaming exclusively on Lomotif. Veteran producers Marc Sternberg and Brad Kreisberg, who lead Zash’s pursuits in the television and streaming space, assembled the slate and will executive produce each series alongside Zash chairman and co-founder Ted Farnsworth, co-founder Vincent Butta and co-founder Jaeson Ma. Ann Marie Hudson, J.Todd Harris, David Ladd and Long (Luc) Vu will also serve as executive producers on “The Millennium Penthouse Dance Party.” Production on all three series will begin later this summer.


The Tyler Perry Show: The Sistas After-Show Edition” will premiere on Aug. 18 at 10 p.m. on BET and BET Her. It will be the first in a series of “The Tyler Perry Show” specials. It will provide exclusive behind-the-scenes access to “Sistas,” featuring the cast of Black women in their 30s along with Perry. Perry, Michelle Sneed and Mark E. Swinton executive produce.

The second season of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” will premiere Sept. 12 at 9 p.m. on Bravo. This time around, new housewife Jennie Nguyen joins Lisa Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose and Jen Shah. This installment of the long-running “Housewives” franchise is produced by Shed Media with Andy Cohen, Lisa Shannon, Dan Peirson, Lori Gordon and Chaz Morgan serving as executive producers.