‘American Horror Story: Pilgrim’ Begins Filming in Provincetown
Before the quarantine was in full effect, I rarely ever binge-watched anything since I never had the time. Well, that changed immediately once my calendar began to open up wide, introducing me to the wonderful world of Netflix, Hulu and streaming platforms in general.
Among those "bingey" shows was American Horror Story and I honestly couldn't get enough of it. So when news came down the pipeline that AHS was spotted down on the Cape in Provincetown, my inner geek came out and I had to do a little researching.
If you are a fan of the series and are up to date, you know that they are currently filming the 10th and newest season titled “Pilgrim." Now, what better place to film this other than our very own Provincetown, Massachusetts? Before they arrived in Plymouth, P-Town it was the landing area for the settlers which we refer to as Pilgrims.
According to the Cape Cod Times, the cast and crew have been in Provincetown filming since January 25, and are expected to be there until March 13. They will be filming in numerous locations in the area, some of which will include the Pilgrim Monument, the Winthrop Street Cemetery, and much more.
Actor Finn Wittrock, who has played characters Dandy Mott and Tristan Duffy in previous seasons, was actually born in Lenox, so it's intriguing to know he's a native to the area. Now he’s back for a visit along with famous actors such as Macaulay Culkin, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, and Sarah Paulson. Most seasons of American Horror Story were filmed in California and New Orleans, so it’s a nice change of scenery that almost feels as though it's being filmed in our backyard.
The anticipation is through the roof for the release of the 10th season in hopes to spot some local businesses and landmarks we might have visited ourselves.
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