Thirty years after being left “Home Alone,” Macaulay Culkin is in for a new frightening experience.
It’s been revealed that the 39-year-old will star in the upcoming tenth season of “American Horror Story.”
The show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, disclosed the news of the former child star’s addition to the cast along with the return of several veteran actors of the FX anthology series in a cryptic Instagram video.
The clip shows waves crashing on a deserted cloudy beach as Orville Peck’s 2017 song “Dead of Night” plays in the background.
Joining Culkin will be Murphy’s longtime collaborators Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, who have both appeared in every "American Horror Story" season except the most recent, “AHS: 1984.”
Also returning are Kathy Bates, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, Lily Rabe, Angelica Ross and Finn Wittrock.
Paulson is said to be a “central character” to the new season, whose theme has yet to be revealed.
Since debuting in 2011, "American Horror Story" has explored a different horror realm including a haunted house, insane asylum, witch’s coven, carnival freak show, evil hotel, cult and the apocalypse.
Last season, the show revived the slasher films of the past with a fantastic retro vibe in “1984.”
FX recently gave the series a three-season renewal, which will allow the scares to continue until at least the 13th season.
While it’s unknown what Culkin’s role will be in the upcoming chapter, the actor recently appeared on television in the Hulu series "Dollface."
Disney+ is also working on a reboot of the comedy classic "Home Alone," but there is still no word if Culkin will be involved in some capacity.
While a premiere date for the tenth season of “American Horror Story" has yet to be announced, the show typically begins airing in the fall.