AMERICAN Horror story star Leslie Grossman has promised fans series 10 of the celebrated show will be "excellent".
Leslie, 48, updated fans on where the show is at after production for the latest season was stopped due to the coronavirus.
Speaking on Tuesday's Watch What Happens Live, the actress told host Andy Cohen the show had not even started filming when the pandemic struck.
She said: "We were two weeks from starting shooting.
"Everything got pulled, so we are in a waiting game just like everybody else is in a waiting game. All production is shut down — every movie, every TV show — everything is shut down.
"It remains to be seen how they're going to figure out how to get everything back up and running, but they were good to go and ready and had most of their scripts written."
Leslie was keen to get back to set "sooner rather than later" because she was excited about the upcoming season.
She said: "It's going to be an excellent, excellent season. Really good. I know everyone saw the cast announcements — it's a great cast.
"It's gonna be good."
Along with American Horror Story regulars, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, Adina Porter and Angelica Ross, the tenth season will also feature Macaulay Culkin.
Leslie has starred in three seasons of the horror show including, American Horror Story: Cult, as Meadow Wilton, American Horror Story: Apocalypse, as Coco. St. Pierre Vanderbilt, and in American Horror Story: 1984 as Margaret Booth.
The FX series was renewed for three more seasons in January.
Leslie was not the only hotly anticipating the next series of American Horror Story.
Grammy Award winning pop star Dua Lipa is desperate to act on the show.
The English singer-songwriter and model, 24, told MTV: "I'd really like to be on American Horror Story because I've always loved the characters and that series and how they get to play so many different roles with every season.
"I just love the story behind it and I've always been a fan."
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