Evan Peters has been an integral member of the American Horror Story franchise since the very beginning, and he was in the first half of season 10’s American Horror Story: Double Feature. While he appeared in Red Tide, Peters is not part of the Death Valley cast.
Then again, you never know who might show up. That’s always the case with American Horror Story; you never know who might show up.
At present, though, Peters does not show up in the opening credits and he’s not listed on the Death Valley cast.
Evan Peters is not in American Horror Story: Death Valley
While Peters is not part of the Death Valley cast, the cast is brilliant and features some familiar faces. The cast of Death Valley includes Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Leslie Grossman, Angelica Ross, Neil McDonough, Kaia Gerber, Nico Greetham, Isaac Cole Powell, Rachel Hilson and Rebecca Dayan. Cody Fern is slated to appear in episode 9.
Season 10’s Double Feature features 10 episodes, with Red Tide comprising six episodes and Death Valley rounding out the other four episodes. Evan Peters has not been spotted in the first two episodes of the Death Valley story but it’s always possible that he could show up.
Peters and Sarah Paulson have been with the AHS franchise from the very beginning, with both actors taking on a character – and sometimes multiple characters – within a season of the show. However, Peters and Paulson sat out of season 9’s 1984 before making their return in season 10. Paulson appeared in Red Tide as Tuberculosis Karen, and she’s Mamie Eisenhower in Death Valley.
Evan Peters has portrayed some of the most memorable characters of the AHS franchise, from season 1’s Tate to Asylum’s Kit Walker and the memorable Mr. March in season 5’s Hotel.
Only time will tell if Peters will appear in American Horror Story season 11, but it’s safe to say that Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will always have a place for Peters if he wants to return.