American Horror Story: Coven
Ryan Murphy is always great at sprinkling his story lines between every season of ‘American Horror Story’ — and the second to last episode of ‘Hotel’ had one of the best ones ever.
Queenie made her epic return during the penultimate episode of AHS: Hotel! Gabourey Sidibe‘s witchy character from Coven checked into the Cortez midway through the episode and well she had the best lines of the episode. So, did she make it through to next week’s finale? This post does contain spoilers from the last night’s Hotel.
As soon as hardcore ‘American’ Horror Story’ fans heard that Season 4 might be centered around a circus, they got to work creating some seriously creepy fan art. Now that the scary setting for the upcoming season has been confirmed, let’s take a look at the best carnival-themed fan posters so far.
American Horror Story enthusiasts didn’t waste any time sending in the clowns! We’re sure showrunner Ryan Murphy would approve of these haunting images from the twisted minds of AHS fans. Check out our gallery of fan art and let us know which wannabe promo poster is YOUR favorite!
Get ready for the clowns! ‘American’ Horror Story’ is heading to a carnival for it’s next season, and we’re already terrified.
This is the stuff that nightmares are made of. FX’s hit scare-fest American Horror Story is taking Season 4 to the next level with a carnival theme. Keep reading to find out all the details on the new season.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know who died on this week’s ‘American Horror Story: Coven!’
Philosophical question for the group: What is “death,” anyway? In the case of American Horror Story: Coven, it’s merely a temporary state during which time a beloved character is taken out of the picture. After all, two of the show’s main staples — Emma Roberts‘ Madison and Evan Peters‘ Kyle — are now alive-ish and kicking after suffering brutal murders. But what about the victims of the Jan. 8 episode?
Throughout the last three years of ‘American Horror Story,’ fans have witnessed multiple unspeakable horrors. From Chloë Sevigny’s playground terror to the rape of Connie Britton to those early ‘Coven’ slave scenes, the show has proven time and again that it’s not afraid to ‘go there.’ But the Dec. 4 episode featured the series’ most shocking moment yet — don’t read on if you don’t want to know what happened!
At the end of the Dec. 4 episode of American Horror Story: Coven, “The Sacred Taking,” the show delivered it’s most delightfully shocking twist yet. During a season where pretty much nobody is allowed to die, producers broke the rules by subjecting one character to a fate even worse than death.
It’s become a supernatural show staple: What is dead may never die. Kat Graham is a full-time regular as a ghost on ‘Vampire Diaries,’ the ‘Supernatural’ brothers have been to hell and back at least once a season, and now, ‘AHS: Coven’ has been killing — then regenerating — a new witch every week. I say, enough already!
I absolutely adore American Horror Story: Coven. It’s the most stylish, campy, and overall fun installment of the AHS series to date, and the cast is fantastic. But it’s also adopted one supernatural TV trope that I’ve grown to loathe — the overused practice of killing a main character for shock value, then bringing them back like the whole thing never happened. Where’s the fun in that?
Fiona’s history came back to bite her — again — and a tense confrontation quickly turned fatal.
It was ‘out with the old, in with the new’ on the Oct. 23 episode of American Horror Story: Coven, as Fiona (Jessica Lange) determined Madison (Emma Roberts) to be the next Supreme. Too bad the coronation had to be cut short, because when Ryan Murphy said someone was going to die on episode three, he wasn’t messing around.
Plus, Fiona comes to a new understanding with her immortal frenemy, Delphine.
Every girl dreams of the perfect boyfriend, but Madison (Emma Roberts) and Zoe (Taissa Farmiga) took matters into their own hands on the Oct. 17 episode of American Horror Story: Coven — by literally piecing together the best body parts off the dead frat guys from last week, then attaching them to Kyle’s (Evan Peters) head!
Don’t get too attached to the cast of ‘Coven.’ Someone won’t be sticking around much longer!
American Horror Story: Coven‘s Oct. 9 premiere was essentially an hour and 15 minutes of jaw-dropping insanity — but the surprises are far from over. Let’s get the first bombshell out of the way: Death is coming to Miss Robichaux’s Academy For Exceptional Young Ladies.
Are you ready to join the ‘Coven’? Get our take on the wicked-good premiere and give us your review. The Oct. 9 premiere of American Horror Story: Coven introduced us to the wonderful, wacky, and most importantly, wicked witches of Miss Robichaux’s Academy For Exceptional Young Ladies. They come in many shapes and sizes, but they all have one…
The first teaser for ‘American Horror Story: Coven’ has arrived and it’s super creepy — not that we expected anything less from the scariest show on television.
Pull out your spell books and prepare yourselves for American Horror Story: Coven. The chilling series is back for a third season in October, and this time, it’s in the heart of New Orleans. The first teaser, titled “Detention,” shows a group of ladies — probably witches — pressed against white walls with an eerie version of ”House of the Rising Sun” playing in the background. The caption accompanying the promo proclaims a mysterious omen: “This October…lift your spirits.” The season hasn’t even started and we’re already terrified!