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Read all An anthology series centering on different characters and locations, including a house with a murderous past, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show circus, a haunted hotel, a possessed farmhouse, a cult, ahs apocalypse, a slasher summer camp, and a bleak beach town and desert valley. Cordelia Foxx: In the absence of the council, as reigning Supreme of this coven, I hereby decree. for the murders of our sister witch, Cecily Pembroke and our ahs, Quentin Fleming. you. Myrtle Snow, are hereby sentenced to death by fire.

Myrtle Snow: Delia, ahs sweet daughter, I have never been ahs proud. Cordelia Foxx: Any last words? Myrtle Snow: Only one. BALENCIAGA! If ahs have absorbed the lessons of what independent family dramas have taught us in the past few decades, what have ahs learned?

That Father Has Never "Known Best", that the "Dreams of The Everyday Housewife" can be laced with resentment, disillusionment, fear and madness? That the placid, peaceful, tranquil picture of the all-American family we have believed in (and taught to uphold and emulate) by our own parents, has always been a facade for all kinds of dementia and dysfunction?

If this is true, then what Ryan Murphy has done is taken the clichés of everything from chief competitor Alan Ball's award-winning American BEAUTY and Stephen King's THE SHINING, put them on steroids and blended ahs together in his word processor. The ahs American HORROR STORY, where ahs only thing more terrifying than a haunted house laden with secrets that rip people to shreds, are the secrets and lies infesting the lives of one family that threaten to rip THEM to shreds.

When a tragic miscarriage and an even more shattering act of infidelity threaten to tear apart their tenuous marriage, Ben Harmon (THE PRACTICE'S Dylan McDermott) and his wife Vivien (FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS' Connie Britton) take their teenage daughter, Violet (Taissa Farmiga) and move away from their "house of horrors" to find a new start somewhere.ANYWHERE that they can put the noxious past behind them and at least try to have a go at tending to their ahs emotional wounds.

The place they choose - or maybe that chooses THEM - a run-down manse on the outskirts of L.A., turns out to be a real bargain, and though irredeemably creepy, does have an antiquated charm.if you're into murals that would give even Hieronymous Bosch nightmares.

In no short order, unsettling and strange characters - as much as the house itself is - begin to materialize and insinuate themselves into the Harmons' lives, whether they want them to or not: next-door neighbor Constance (Jessica Lange in a brilliant turn), whose demeanor suggests a deadly combo of Blanche DuBois, Norma Ahs and Gale Sondergaard's Black Widow; Frances Conroy (Ruth Fisher from SIX FEET UNDER) as the mysterious housekeeper, Moira, who appears to the rest of the family as one persona, while tempting Ben's weakness for "a taste of strange" with another more lascivious presence, (played by Alexandra Breckenridge); Larry Harvey (TRUE BLOOD alum Denis O'Hare), a horribly burned man who seems to be ahs Ben, and who has his own deadly ahs with the house and what lives there, and Constance's ahs, Adelaide, (Jamie Brewer), with Downs' Syndrome, yet who seems to have it more together - and knows more ahs the house - than anyone else around her.

Even Ben's practice as a psychologist is fraught with peril, with the introduction of a teen patient named Tate Langdon (Evan Peters), who has an easier time picking apart and savaging the weaknesses in Ben's emotional armor than Ben does in probing his inscrutable and infuriating new charge's troubled mind.

Not to mention that his growing fascination/infatuation with Violet doesn't help things one little bit. Many people have cried fowl about the show's penchant for relying heavily on old horror tropes and clichés, without even paying attention to how it has been taking said clichés and twisting them into newer and even more unsettling shapes than today's average hot mess ahs itself off as a 'horror film.' Leave it to FX to allow Murphy and his team - much as they did with NIP/TUCK - the freedom to push the boundaries of where a horror-infused series can go, without the constraints that hog-tied many of the like-minded series that came before it, such as the ground-breaking TWIN PEAKS or American Gothic, (which wasn't anywhere near as well-written as this).

Two episodes in and I am already intrigued, grossed-out and frankly spooked by what I have seen so far. I just hope that the quality continues to get even better as plot lines and characters get darker and more deadly secrets are unearthed. listing-home-news,_News Release,_Temporary Bed / Space Reductions,Central - News Release - Temporarily reduced hours for Consort Hospital and Care Centre Emergency Department CONSORT – The Consort Hospital and Care Centre emergency department (ED) will operate on temporarily reduced days from May 9 to June 6, 2022, due to gaps in physician coverage.

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5) [3] [b] • $33+ million ( s. 6) [3] [b] • $31+ million ( s. 7) [3] [b] ahs $37+ million ( s. 8) [3] [b] • $43+ million ( s. 9) [3] [b] Release Original network FX Original release October 5, 2011 ( 2011-10-05) – present ( present) Chronology Related shows American Story American Horror Story is an American anthology horror television series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk for the cable network FX.

The first installment in the American Story media franchise, each season is conceived ahs a self-contained miniseries, following a different set of characters and settings, and a storyline with its own "beginning, middle, and end." Some plot elements of each season are loosely inspired by true events.

[4] [5] [6] Many actors appear in more than one season, often playing a new character. Evan Peters, Ahs Paulson, and Lily Rabe have returned most frequently, with each appearing in nine of the first ten seasons, followed by Frances Conroy, who appears in eight, and Denis O'Hare appearing in six.

Other notable actors such as Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts, Adina Porter, Finn Wittrock, and Jamie Brewer appear in five of the ten seasons. The ahs season, Murder House, takes place in Los Angeles, California in 2011, and centers on a family that moves into a house haunted by its former occupants.

The second season, Asylum, takes place in Massachusetts in 1964 and follows the stories of the patients and staff of an institution for the criminally insane. The third season, Coven, takes place in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2013, and follows a coven of witches who face off against those who wish to destroy them. The fourth season, Freak Show, takes place in Jupiter, Florida, during ahs and centers around an American freak show and their struggle for survival.

The fifth season, Hotel, takes place in Los Angeles, California, during 2015 and focuses on the staff and guests of a supernatural hotel. The sixth season, Roanoke, takes place in North Carolina during 2014–2016 and focuses on an isolated farmhouse haunted by the deceased Roanoke colony. The seventh season, Cult, takes place in Michigan, and centers on a cult terrorizing the residents after the 2016 U.S.

presidential election. The eighth season, Apocalypse, features the witches from Coven as they battle the Antichrist from Murder House to prevent the apocalypse. The ninth season, 1984, takes place outside Los Angeles during the 1980s and focuses the staff of ahs summer camp reopening after a massacre 14 years ahs. The tenth season, Double Feature, focuses on a family in 2021 in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where they meet the town's true inhabitants, and later a group of camping students who find themselves in an extraterrestrial conspiracy.

In January 2020, FX renewed the series for an additional three seasons. Although reception to individual seasons has varied, Ahs Horror Story largely has been well received by ahs critics, with the majority of the praise going towards the cast, particularly Jessica Lange, who won two Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performances.

Kathy Bates and James Cromwell each won an Emmy Award for their performances, while Lady Gaga won a Golden Globe Award. The series draws consistently high ratings for the FX network, with its first season being the most-viewed new cable series of 2011. Contents • 1 Seasons • 1.1 Murder House (2011) • 1.2 Ahs (2012–13) • 1.3 Coven ahs • 1.4 Freak Show (2014–15) • 1.5 Hotel (2015–16) • 1.6 Roanoke (2016) • 1.7 Cult (2017) • 1.8 Apocalypse (2018) • 1.9 1984 (2019) • 1.10 Double Feature (2021) • 1.11 Future seasons • 2 Production • 2.1 Conception • 2.2 Casting • 2.3 Ahs • 2.4 Title sequences • 3 Promotion • 3.1 Universal's Halloween Horror Nights • 3.2 The Night Bites Ahs • 4 Broadcast • 5 Reception • 5.1 Critical response • 5.2 Ratings • 5.3 Accolades • 6 Ahs and spin-off series • 6.1 American Crime Story • 6.2 American Horror Stories • 7 Notes • 8 References • 9 External links Seasons [ edit ] Main article: List of American Horror Story episodes Season Title Episodes Originally aired First aired Last aired 1 Murder House 12 October 5, 2011 ( 2011-10-05) December 21, 2011 ( 2011-12-21) 2 Asylum 13 October 17, 2012 ( 2012-10-17) Ahs 23, 2013 ( 2013-01-23) 3 Coven 13 October 9, 2013 ( 2013-10-09) January 29, 2014 ( 2014-01-29) 4 Freak Show 13 October 8, 2014 ( 2014-10-08) January 21, 2015 ( 2015-01-21) 5 Hotel 12 October 7, 2015 ( 2015-10-07) January 13, 2016 ( 2016-01-13) 6 Roanoke 10 September 14, 2016 ( 2016-09-14) November 16, 2016 ( 2016-11-16) 7 Cult 11 September 5, 2017 ( 2017-09-05) November 14, 2017 ( 2017-11-14) 8 Apocalypse 10 September 12, 2018 ( 2018-09-12) November 14, 2018 ( 2018-11-14) 9 1984 9 September 18, ahs ( 2019-09-18) November 13, 2019 ahs 2019-11-13) 10 Double Feature [c] 10 August 25, 2021 ( 2021-08-25) October 20, 2021 ( 2021-10-20) Murder House ahs [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Murder House Set in 2011, the season follows the Harmons, consisting of wife and mother Vivien ( Connie Britton), her psychiatrist husband Ben ( Dylan McDermott), and their teenage daughter Violet ( Taissa Farmiga), as they move from Boston to Los Angeles to make a fresh start after Ahs has a miscarriage.

Soon after the miscarriage and before the move, Ben ahs an affair with one of his students, which almost tears the family apart. They move into a restored mansion and soon encounter the residence's housekeeper, Moira O'Hara ( Frances Conroy and Alexandra Breckenridge), as well as their neighbors—the eccentric Langdon family, consisting of Constance ( Jessica Lange) and her daughter Adelaide ( Jamie Brewer), who has Down Syndrome. The Harmons' lives are troubled by the meddling Langdons, the incompetent realtor Marcy ( Christine Estabrook), as well as the disfigured Larry Harvey ( Denis O'Hare), a former resident of the mansion who is secretly in love with Constance, and the scorned Hayden McClaine ( Kate Mara), Ben's former student who follows him to Los Angeles.

Ben and Vivien try to rekindle their relationship while Violet, suffering from depression, finds comfort in Tate ( Evan Peters), one of Ben's patients. The family soon discovers that the home is haunted by the ghosts of anyone who has ever died on the property, including its creators Charles ( Matt Ross) and Nora Montgomery ( Lily Rabe); and their deformed son Thaddeus ( Ben Woolf) who is sometimes referred to as the 'Infantata'.

Flashbacks depict the mansion's previous homeowners throughout the last century, dating back to its construction in the 1920s. Asylum (2012–13) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Asylum Set in 1964, the season follows the patients and staff members of the ahs mental asylum Briarcliff Manor, located in an undisclosed town in Massachusetts, which was founded to treat and house the ahs insane. Kit Walker ( Evan Peters), accused of being a prolific serial killer named "Bloody Face" after the disappearance of his wife Alma ( Ahs Oldford)—though he claims she was abducted by aliens—is incarcerated at Briarcliff.

This piques the interest of ambitious lesbian journalist Lana Winters ( Sarah Paulson), who is yearning to find a story for her big break. At Briarcliff, Kit meets the other patients, many of whom claim to be unjustly institutionalized, including microcephalic Pepper ( Naomi Grossman), nymphomaniac Shelley ( Chloe Sevigny), whose cheating husband hypocritically committed her after finding her in bed with two guys; and the unassuming Grace Bertrand ( Lizzie Brocheré) from France.

Believed to be a violent serial killer, Kit becomes the subject of interest of pragmatic psychiatrist Oliver Thredson ( Zachary Quinto) and the sadistic Dr.

Arthur Arden ( James Cromwell), the latter of whom routinely conducts scientific operations on patients. The institution is run under the watchful eye of the stern Sister Jude ( Jessica Lange), ahs well as her second-in-command, ahs naïve Sister Mary Eunice ( Lily Rabe), and the founder of the institution, Monsignor Timothy Howard ( Joseph Fiennes).

Briarcliff's inhabitants are routinely subject to supernatural and scientific influences, including demonic possession and extraterrestrial abduction. Coven (2013–14) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Coven Set in 2013, the season follows the dwindling descendants of the witches who survived the Salem witch trials and their struggle to hide their identity in the modern world.

Those who share this genetic affliction are being subjected to violent attacks from outside forces, ahs as voodoo practitioners. Zoe Benson ( Taissa Farmiga), a young teenager completely unaware of the existence of witches, discovers her identity as a Salem descendant ahs a violent accident ahs causes the death of her boyfriend.

Ahs is sent to an all-girls boarding school in New Orleans which aims to protect and house young women ahs carry this unique bloodline, and keep them from the dangers of ahs outside world.

There, she meets the other students, narcissistic movie star Madison Montgomery ( Emma Roberts), outspoken human voodoo doll Queenie ( Gabourey Sidibe), and enigmatic mind-reading Nan ( Jamie Brewer), and gets romantically entangled with Kyle Spencer ( Evan Peters), a non-witch and good-natured college student.

The school is run by headmistress Cordelia Foxx ( Sarah Paulson), head of the Witches Council, eccentric fashionista Myrtle Snow ( Frances Conroy), and the mute butler Spalding ( Denis O'Hare). Cordelia's mother, Fiona Goode ahs Jessica Lange), is the Supreme and most powerful witch of her generation, though she regularly avoids her responsibilities, much to the chagrin of Cordelia and her long-time rival Myrtle.

After a mob of townspeople discover and burn a young witch living in the swamps named Ahs Day ( Lily Rabe), Fiona returns to lead the coven, creating conflict with Cordelia and the other young witches as ahs all conspire to become the next supreme. Freak Show (2014–15) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Freak Show Set in 1952, the season follows a struggling freak show led by Elsa Mars ( Jessica Lange) in the sleepy town of Jupiter, Florida. Decades have passed since the public has looked upon freak shows as a form of entertainment, but Elsa dreams of finding a home for her "monsters," as well as for her own fame and fortune.

Other members of her troupe include "Lobster Boy" Jimmy Darling ( Evan Peters), who dreams of living a normal life, and his mother Ethel ( Kathy Bates), a bearded lady who acts as Elsa's second-in-command by maintaining law and order under the tent. A strongman from Ethel's past and Jimmy's biological father Dell Toledo ( Michael Chiklis), and his three-breasted wife Desiree Dupree ( Angela Bassett), arrive to join the freak show. To drum ahs business and save her troupe once and for all, Elsa also recruits conjoined twin sisters Bette and Dot Tattler ( Sarah Paulson) to perform for ahs show.

In a time when the era of television is beginning to reign high above sideshow acts, these individuals must overcome those who persecute them based on their looks.

However, ahs the season unfolds, it is revealed that multiple dark entities have taken up residence in Jupiter, with all of their eyes being set on the freaks. A conman named Stanley ( Denis O'Hare), posing as a Hollywood executive, arrives with his young protégé Maggie Esmerelda ( Emma Roberts), who becomes involved with Jimmy. The wealthy and spoiled Dandy Mott ( Finn Wittrock), enabled by his doting mother Gloria ( Frances Conroy), develops an unhealthy obsession with the freaks, particularly Bette and Dot.

Perhaps the most dangerous of them all is a mysterious, deformed ahs clown, known only as Twisty ( John Carroll Lynch), who wreaks havoc on Jupiter and appears to be targeting freaks and townspeople alike. Hotel (2015–16) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Hotel Set in 2015, the season follows the strange and dangerous happenings that seem to center around the retro Hotel Cortez in downtown Los Angeles, California, initially built as a secret torture chamber to fulfill the violent desires ahs founder James Patrick March ( Evan Peters).

Detective John Lowe ( Wes Bentley) arrives at the hotel, based on intel from an anonymous tip, to investigate a grisly string of murders, each of which exemplify a sin in violation of one of the Ten Commandments. He has become estranged from his wife Alex ( Chloe Sevigny), who suffers from depression, and his daughter Scarlett (Shree Crooks), after the disappearance of their son Holden (Lennon Henry) five years earlier.

The hotel is led by March's fashionista widow Elizabeth Johnson ( Lady Gaga), also known as the Countess—who was mutated into a vampire by her former lovers, actor Rudolph Valentino ( Finn Wittrock) and his wife Natacha Rambova ( Alexandra Daddario)—and her current lover Ahs ( Matt Bomer). Throughout his investigation, John also ahs entangled with the spirits of a heroin junkie named Sally McKenna ( Sarah Paulson), hotel maid Hazel Evers ( Mare Winningham), and James Patrick March, who is looking for a protégé to continue the violent acts he started when he was alive.

The hotel's tireless staff includes the surly front desk manager Iris ( Kathy Bates), Donovan's mother, and her best friend, the transgender bartender Liz Taylor ( Denis O'Hare), both of whom hesitantly cater to Elizabeth and her vampiric children, one out of a desire to remain close to her son and the other out of a sense of loyalty.

Elizabeth's relationship with Donovan becomes troubled with the arrival of attractive male model and cocaine addict Tristan Duffy (also played by Wittrock), New York fashion designer Will Drake ( Cheyenne Jackson), and her scorned ex-lover Ramona Royale ( Angela Bassett), all of whom become entangled in her violent life.

Roanoke (2016) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Roanoke Set from 2014–2016, the season follows the supernatural events that occur in a renovated farmhouse in North Carolina, which is situated on the land where the Roanoke Colony moved after their infamous 1580s disappearance.

In 2015, Shelby Miller ( Lily Rabe), her husband Matt ( André Holland), along with Matt's sister Lee Harris ahs Adina Porter) recount their harrowing experience living in the farmhouse a year prior in a popular documentary series titled My Roanoke Nightmare, including their encounters with the violent and vengeful ghosts of the house's previous residents and the Roanoke Colony, the cannibalistic Polk family who live nearby, and the seductive English witch, Scathach ( Lady Gaga).

The documentary becomes a huge success, featuring dramatic reenactments of the Millers' story starring Audrey Tindall ( Sarah Paulson) as Shelby, Dominic Banks ( Cuba Gooding Jr.) as Matt, Monet Tumusiime ( Ahs Bassett) as Lee, Agnes Mary Winstead ahs Kathy Bates) as Thomasin White—also known as The Butcher, leader of the ghost colony, Audrey's husband Rory Monahan ( Evan Peters) as Edward Philipe Mott, the creator and first owner of the house, William van Henderson ( Denis O'Hare) as Dr.

Elias Cunningham, a professor who becomes entranced with the paranormal happenings of the area, and Dylan ( Ahs Bentley) as Ambrose White, Thomasin's son and accomplice.

In 2016, the success of the documentary leads to a sequel titled Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell, spearheaded by the producer of the original series, Sidney Aaron James ( Cheyenne Jackson), who invites the Millers, ahs well as many of the reenactment actors, to return to the farmhouse for three days during the blood moon, ahs all their actions will be captured by hidden cameras.

Although the Millers are aware of the entities that reside in the house, all three agree to return, each with their own agenda. The production eventually descends into a chaotic, yet tragic disaster, however, as cast and crew alike are quickly targeted when the violent entities begin to surface.

Cult (2017) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Cult Set in 2016 and 2017, the fictional town of Brookfield Heights, Michigan, is left divided in the wake of Donald Trump's election as president. Local restaurant owner Ally Mayfair-Richards ( Sarah Paulson) is left utterly distraught, along with her wife Ivy ( Alison Pill). Despite the help of her psychiatrist, Dr. Rudy Vincent ( Cheyenne Jackson), Ally becomes increasingly unstable in the following weeks, as her long-repressed phobias begin to re-emerge, and they begin to affect her relationships with her wife and their son, Oz (Cooper Ahs.

Across town, misogynistic alt-righter Kai Anderson ( Evan Peters) rejoices at the election results, enticing him to pursue political power by running for ahs council, led by radical feminist Bebe Babbitt ( Frances Conroy) and with the help of his reluctant, liberal sister Winter ( Billie Lourd), who the Mayfair-Richards household hire as their nanny.

As Ally attempts to re-adjust to regular life despite her growing anxiety and paranoia, she becomes terrorized by a group of masked assailants, donned in clown attire, who are only present when she is alone, leaving those around her to wonder if she was truly attacked, or if they were merely hallucinations. Ally's new eccentric neighbors Harrison ( Billy Eichner) and Meadow Wilton ( Leslie Grossman) move in next door, while news reporter Beverly Hope ( Adina Porter) descends upon every crime scene to report the murders.

Also in the midst of the chaos is Jack Samuels ( Colton Haynes), a detective who investigates the crimes and is initially doubtful about Ally's claims, and Gary K. Longstreet ( Chaz Bono), a supermarket owner who has an amputated arm and is a passionate Trump supporter. With Kai's rise to power revealing sinister motives, Ally starts to draw connections between her alleged clown attackers and the many strange incidents occurring in Brookfield Heights.

She begins to fear that everyone in town is out to get her, amplifying her growing distrust of those around her. Apocalypse (2018) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Apocalypse Set in the near future, the Antichrist, Michael Langdon ahs Cody Fern), brings about the apocalypse by instigating nuclear warfare. The chosen survivors of the aftermath, heiress Coco St.

Pierre Vanderbilt ( Leslie Grossman), her personal assistant Mallory ( Billie Lourd), hairstylist Mr. Malcolm Gallant ( Evan Peters), his grandmother Evie ( Joan Collins), talk-show host Dinah Stevens ( Adina Porter), Stevens’ son Andre ( Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman), young adults Timothy Campbell (Kyle Allen) and Emily ( Ash Santos), among others, take refuge in a fallout shelter named "Outpost 3", run with an ahs fist by Wilhemina Venable ( Sarah Paulson) and Miriam Mead ( Kathy Bates) along with The Fist ( Erika Ervin), a brutish and tall female guard.

Flashbacks to three years prior reveal that "Outpost 3" was an all-boys warlock school led by John Henry Moore ( Cheyenne Jackson) that unknowingly harbored the Ahs, in hopes that he would rise as the first ever male Supreme. The witches's council of Cordelia Goode (Paulson), Zoe Benson ( Taissa Farmiga), and the resurrected Myrtle Snow ( Frances Conroy) are summoned and quickly discover how dangerous Michael is to their coven when faced with his evident powers, as he resurrects deceased witches Queenie ( Gabourey Sidibe), Madison Montgomery ( Emma Roberts), and Misty Day ( Lily Rabe).

The coven, with the aid of the warlocks, attempt to save humanity by discovering new witch Mallory's intense powers, learning more about Michael's mysterious origins, in particular from Michael's grandmother Constance Langdon ( Jessica Lange), and how to defeat him to prevent the apocalypse. 1984 (2019) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: 1984 Set in the titular year of 1984, the season follows Brooke Thompson ( Emma Roberts) as she travels to a remote, newly reopened summer camp, known as Camp Redwood, to work as a counselor following a terrifying encounter with serial killer Richard Ramirez ( Zach Villa).

Those traveling with Brooke include preppy Xavier Plympton ( Cody Fern), athletic Chet Clancy ( Gus Kenworthy), easy-going Ray Powell (DeRon Horton), and spunky Montana Duke ( Billie Lourd).

Upon arriving at the camp, they encounter its owner, the deeply religious Margaret Booth ( Leslie Grossman), who was once a camper there, and who has her own experience surviving a killer. Other residents of Camp Redwood include its nurse Rita ( Angelica Ross), activities director Trevor Kirchner ( Matthew Morrison), and camp chef Bertie ( Tara Karsian). Not long after the counselors settle into their first week, news breaks that deranged murderer Benjamin Richter ( John Carroll Lynch), also known as Mr.

Jingles, has escaped a local insane asylum and is presumed to be heading for the camp, where he has a violent history. However, as the season progresses, more secrets unveil about the counselors, as well as flashbacks detailing the history of the camp, including Richter's abusive mother Lavinia ( Lily Rabe). Double Feature (2021) [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Story: Double Feature In Part 1, titled Red Tide, struggling writer Harry Gardner ( Finn Wittrock), his pregnant wife Doris ( Lily Rabe), and their daughter Alma (Ryan Kiera Armstrong) move to Provincetown, an isolated beach town in Massachusetts, for the winter for Harry to work in peace without any disturbances.

Once they are settled in, the town's true residents begin to make themselves known. Harry suffers from writer's block and later ahs to a bar called the Muse one night, where he meets music writer and singer Austin Sommers ( Evan Peters) and erotic novelist Sarah Cunningham, known by the pseudonym Belle Noir ( Frances Conroy), who assist him with his problem. A mysterious black pill is presented to Harry by Austin who claims it will help those with creativity and talent become increasingly advanced with their work, however, the pill also exacts a price in ahs form of horrifying side effects.

Strange creatures referred to as "pale people" terrorize the stark and hollow town. Throughout the season, many disturbing events unfold are seen, alongside various characters.

They include the unhygienic Mickey ( Macaulay Culkin), Harry's stern agent Ursula ( Leslie Grossman), tattooist and body modifier Lark Feldman ( Billie Lourd), an eccentric homeless woman called Tuberculosis Karen ahs Sarah Paulson), nosy rookie chief of police Chief Burleson ( Adina Porter), a mysterious woman called the Chemist ( Angelica Ross), ahs interior designer Holden Vaughn ( Denis O'Hare). In Part 2, titled Death Valley, four college students who are on a camping trip are swept up in a horrifying and deadly extraterrestrial conspiracy that has been developing for decades.

Future seasons [ edit ] On December 5, 2018, Murphy said the witches from Coven and Apocalypse will return in a future season. [8] [9] [10] On January 9, 2020, the series was renewed through season 13. [11] Production [ edit ] Conception [ edit ] What you saw in the finale was the end of the Harmon house. The second season of the show will be a brand-new home or building to haunt. Just like this year, every season of this show will have a beginning, middle and end. [The second season] won't be in L.A.

It will obviously be in America, but in a completely different locale. – Murphy on the series' anthology format [12] Creators Murphy and Falchuk began working on American Horror Story before ahs Fox series Glee began production. Murphy wanted to do the opposite of what he had done previously and thus began his work on the series.

He stated: "I went from Ahs to Glee, so it made sense that I wanted to do something challenging and dark. And I always had loved, as Brad had, the horror genre. So it just was a natural for me." [13] Falchuk was intrigued by the idea of putting a different angle on the horror ahs, stating that their main goal in creating the series was to scare viewers. "You want people to be a little bit off balance afterwards," he said.

[14] In February 2011, FX officially announced that it had ordered a pilot for a possible series from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, with both Murphy and Falchuk writing and Murphy directing. Dante Di Loreto was announced as executive producer.

Production on the series began in April 2011. [15] In July 2011, FX officially announced the project had been picked up to become a full series. [16] From the beginning, Murphy and Falchuk planned that each season of the series would tell a different story.

[12] After the first-season ahs aired, Murphy spoke of his plans to change the cast and location for the ahs season. [17] He did say, however, that some actors who starred in the first season would be returning. "The people that are coming back will be playing completely different characters, creatures, monsters, etc. [The Harmons'] stories are done. People who ahs coming back will be playing entirely new characters," he announced.

[12] In November 2012, FX chief executive, John Landgraf, described the unique format of the series stating: "[T]he notion of doing an anthological series of miniseries with a repertory cast—has proven groundbreaking, wildly successful and will prove to be trendsetting." [18] At the 2013 PaleyFest, Falchuk compared the series to horror films: "It does demand a little bit of compassion at the end because you fall in love with these characters in a different way than you would in a movie," ahs said.

"If you want to kill everybody ahs a movie except ahs person, you can kind of get away with that, but if you're looking to do a horror TV show, you have a different responsibility to the characters because the audience has a different affection for them." [19] Murphy then explained the process of planning a series' season takes about a year. "We come up with story first and then we come up with the characters," he said. "It is a repertory company, so we'll move people around and sometimes there won't yet be a role ahs somebody.

Like when we started [the second season], I really had no idea that Dylan [McDermott] would be the person to play Sarah's son, but the deeper we got, I thought, that would work great." [19] In an August 2015 article for Entertainment Weekly, Murphy revealed that the show is producing two seasons a year, the first being broadcast late in the year and the second early ahs the next year.

Ahs explained, "We're doing something that we've never done before on the show where we're doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August. The next thing we're crafting up is very, very different than [ Hotel].

Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark." [20] Casting [ edit ] See also: List of American Horror Ahs cast members Connie Britton was the first to be cast in the series, portraying female lead Vivien Harmon on Murder House.

[21] Denis O'Hare joined second as Larry Harvey. [22] Jessica Lange soon ahs as Constance, her first regular role on television. [23] Dylan McDermott joined the cast soon after Lange as the male lead Ben Harmon. [24] Taissa Farmiga and Evan Peters were the last actors to be added to the main cast, portraying Violet Harmon and Tate Langdon, respectively. [25] Ahs March 2012, Murphy revealed that the second season had been planned around Jessica Lange, who portrays Sister Jude, a sadistic nun who runs the asylum.

[26] Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe and Zachary Quinto also return to ahs the main cast. [27] Peters portrays Kit Walker, an inmate accused of murdering his wife. [28] Paulson portrays Lana Winters, a lesbian reporter who gets committed to the asylum because of her sexuality and intent to snoop around the sanitarium. [29] Rabe's character is Sister Mary Eunice, ahs second-in-charge to Sister Jude. [30] Quinto portrays Dr. Thredson, a psychiatrist at the asylum.

[31] [32] Lizzie Brocheré stars as Grace Bertrand, a character described originally as "a fierce, ferocious, extremely sexual, and dangerous wild-child ahs, but the role was later heavily revamped. [33] [34] James Cromwell co-stars as Dr. Arthur Arden, who proclaims to be in charge of the asylum and performs dark experiments on its patients. [35] [36] [37] Joseph Fiennes starred as Monsignor Timothy Howard, a possible love interest for Sister Jude. [37] [38] [39] For the third season, series executive producers and co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk stated that, as with the second season, "many actors" would return in different roles, beginning with Jessica Lange.

[40] Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson were confirmed to return, portraying Kyle Spencer and Cordelia Goode, respectively. Murphy added that Lange would portray a "real glamour-cat lady", later revealed to be named Fiona Goode.

[41] Taissa Farmiga, Violet in the first season, starred as Zoe Benson, a character that is involved in a prominent romance during the season. [42] Lily Rabe co-starred as Misty Day. [43] Recurring cast member Frances Conroy joined as a ahs cast member, playing the character of Myrtle Snow.

[42] Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates was confirmed to co-star. It was first reported that she would portray ahs woman who, at the start, is Lange's character's best friend, but will become her worst enemy", but this was altered. [44] Murphy stated that Bates' character will be "five times worse than [her] Misery character" and is also inspired by a "true event".

She portrayed Madame Delphine LaLaurie, an immortal racist. [45] It was announced in May 2013 that Emma Roberts had been added to the cast. Roberts played Madison Montgomery, a "self-involved party girl". [46] In July 2013, season one alum Denis O'Hare also joined the cast in an unknown role, [47] later revealed as Spalding. In November 2013, Ryan Murphy confirmed that Jessica Lange would be returning for a fourth season, although in a reduced capacity.

It was later revealed she would be playing freak show owner Elsa Mars. [48] Kathy Bates returned in a main role, portraying bearded lady Ethel Darling. [49] On March 29, 2014, Murphy announced that Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Frances Conroy, Emma Roberts, Denis O'Hare, and Angela Bassett would all return for the fourth season. [50] Paulson portrayed conjoined sisters Bette and Dot Tattler; Peters portrayed "Lobster Boy" Jimmy Darling; Conroy played the well-off Gloria Mott; Bassett portrayed three-breasted hermaphrodite Desiree Dupree; and O'Hare played Stanley, a conman working with Roberts' Maggie Esmerelda.

At PaleyFest 2014, it was revealed that Michael Chiklis would be joining the cast as Dell Toledo, the father of Jimmy, ex-husband of Ethel, and current husband of Desiree.

[51] Finn Wittrock later joined the main cast as Gloria's spoiled son, Dandy Mott. For the series' fifth cycle, singer-songwriter Lady Gaga was announced as the first and newest main cast member on February 25, 2015. [52] After a special guest appearance on the previous season, Matt Bomer joined the fifth season's cast along ahs series newcomer Cheyenne Jackson during PaleyFest 2015.

[53] Chloë Sevigny and Wes Bentley were promoted as main cast members, after they appear as recurring special guests in Asylum and Freak Show, respectively. [54] Murphy later announced the returns of Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Angela Bassett. [55] In June 2015, it was announced Denis O'Hare would also return for the fifth season.

[56] In August 2015, Murphy announced the character roles for the cast: Gaga's Elizabeth Johnson also known as "the Countess", a fashionista vampiress who owns the Hotel Cortez; Jackson's Will Drake, a desperate fashion designer; O'Hare's Liz Taylor, a transgender bartender who works at the hotel's Blue Parrot Lounge bar; Sevigny's Alex Lowe, a pediatrician who was the wife of Bentley's John Lowe, a detective who investigates the murders inside the hotel; Bomer's Donovan, the lover to the Countess whom often had conflict with his mother and hotel manager, Bates' Iris; Bassett's Ramona Royale, a former actress who was the former lover of Elizabeth; Paulson's Sally, a drug addict who ahs a rivalry with Iris and forms a bond with John since his visit in the hotel.

[57] Peters co-starred as serial killer James Patrick March and the original hotelier of the Hotel Cortez. In February 2016, Ahs Bassett confirmed she would return to join the main cast of the sixth season during an interview with Larry King. [58] Denis O'Hare announced that he would also appear in the season in a May 2016 interview.

[59] In June 2016, Cheyenne Ahs, Evan Peters, Wes Bentley, and Kathy Bates announced their returns ahs the sixth season. [60] [61] [62] In August 2016, Sarah Paulson announced that she would return to the series in the sixth season and Ryan Murphy announced that Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr.

had ahs the main cast. [63] [64] In September 2016, the full main cast was announced after the first episode with the inclusion ahs André Holland and returning series veteran Lily Rabe. [65] On Halloween 2016, Murphy announced that Paulson's Asylum character, Lana Winters would also appear in ahs series after the recent appearance of the actress' first role Billie Dean Howard from Murder House in the final episode of the fifth season.

[66] [67] For the seventh season, Paulson and Peters were set to return to the series, as announced during the Winter 2017 TCA Press Tour. [68] Billie Lourd, who made her breakout appearance with Murphy ahs 2015, was confirmed to join the main cast in April, while Jackson was the next series regular to return in the next month.

[69] [70] [71] In June, Alison Pill was announced to co-star in the season, portraying the partner of Paulson's character. [72] In October 2017, Paulson announced that she would return for the series' eighth cycle. [73] The ahs year, Peters was announced to appear in the main cast while Bates returned to the series after Roanoke, leading the season with Paulson.

[74] Jackson confirmed he would return while Adina Porter was promoted to the series' main cast ahs her first appearance in Murder House as well as Leslie Grossman since Cult.

[75] Lourd later returned to the main cast the next month. [76] On June, Roberts announced that ahs would ahs her Coven character Madison Montgomery in the eighth season and will be part of the main cast. [77] The next month, Australian actor Cody Fern was cast as the adult Michael Langdon, who was last seen at ahs first series' final episode. [78] In February 2019, Ryan Murphy revealed via his Instagram that Emma Roberts would be returning to the show for its ninth season along with new cast member, Gus Kenworthy.

[79] In July 2019, Murphy, again through his Instagram, announced the addition of Pose cast member, Angelica Ross, to the cast of the ninth season. Later that month, Cody Fern, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd were confirmed to return to the series, with John Carroll Lynch being promoted to the main cast after his third appearance in Cult, also with newcomers Zach Villa and Matthew Morrison.

[80] In January 2020, Paulson herself confirmed that she would return to the show for its tenth installment in a lead role, following her absence in 1984. [81] On February 26, Ryan Murphy announced via Instagram the cast of season 10, which confirmed the return of Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Finn Wittrock, Adina Porter, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd, and Angelica Ross, as well as the addition of series newcomer Macaulay Culkin.

[82] Filming [ edit ] The pilot episode was shot on location in a house in Country Club Park, Los Angeles, California, which serves as the haunted house and crime scene in the series. Designed and built in 1908 by Alfred Rosenheim, the president of the American Institute of Architects' Los Angeles chapter, the Tudor or Collegiate Gothic-style single family home was previously used as a convent. [83] [84] The first season was filmed on sets which are an exact replica of the house.

[85] Details such as Louis Comfort Tiffany stained glass windows and hammered bronze light fixtures were recreated to preserve the look of the house. [83] Production and shooting for the second season began in late July 2012 for a scheduled premiere in mid October.

[86] The exteriors for the second season were filmed in Hidden Valley, Ventura County, California, a rural area outside Los Angeles, although the season took place in Massachusetts. [87] Principal photography for the third season began on July 23, 2013, [88] in New Orleans, Louisiana. [89] [90] It was first reported that the season would be filmed in multiple locations, but filming primarily took place in New Orleans.

[91] Principal photography for the fourth season began on July 15, 2014, in New Orleans, though the story takes place in Jupiter, Florida. Principal photography for the fifth season began on July 14, 2015, in Los Angeles, California, where the story also takes place. [92] Murphy revealed a six-story hotel set was being built on the Fox lot. A dummy set of the hotel was built at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con, showing an Art Deco-style building from the 1920s, inspired by the old Hollywood era.

[93] Filming for the sixth season began on July 6, 2016 at Santa Clarita, California. [94] Set constructions include a ahs settler home to speculate the disappearance of the Roanoke Colony. [95] Filming for the seventh season was originally planned to begin in Orange, California, in June 2017 before it was moved to May instead. [96] [97] Filming for the eighth season began on June 16, 2018.

It was filmed in multiple locations. [98] On July 11, 2019, Murphy confirmed that the ninth season had begun filming. [99] Season 10 was originally supposed to film in March 2020, but was delayed to the Fall due to COVID-19. On November 2, Sarah Paulson confirmed via Instagram livestream that filming is set to begin either November 9, 10, or 11.

On December 2, Lily Rabe confirmed that filming had begun. [100] Title sequences [ edit ] American Horror Story 's title screens offer vague hints to important plot elements and events that compose each season. For Murder House, Murphy described the sequence as a mini-mystery and stated that: "By the time you see the ninth episode of this season, every image in that title sequence will be explained," establishing the purpose of the title sequence for future seasons. ahs The opening title sequence was created by Kyle Cooper and his company Prologue.

He also created the title sequence for the AMC series The Walking Dead and the 1995 ahs Seven. The theme music was composed by sound designer Cesar Davila-Irizarry and musician Charlie Clouser.

[102] The cinematography was done by Juan Ruiz Anchía and the editing by Gabriel J. Diaz. For Murder House, the sequence is set in the Harmons' basement and includes images of postmortem young children, fetuses in jars, skulls, a christening dress, a nurse's uniform, and a figure holding a pair of bloody hedge clippers. A photo of alleged axe murderer Lizzie Borden is also shown.

Texts in the sequence are white, superimposed on black background and have a film burning effect. Asylum 's opening sequence is done by the same creative team. "We are shooting a new title sequence with ahs same team that did ahs year's," series creator Ryan Murphy said. "The song may stay. not sure." [103] The music was kept, and the new title sequence was set around the Asylum, using shots of inmates raving and surgeons operating on patients with bandages obscuring their faces.

Elements include a young girl walking backwards on her hands and feet up a staircase and a shot of the Virgin Mary's smile changing from one of benevolence to one of spite. Texts in the sequence are yellow, superimposed on a black grainy background. Coven 's opening sequence keeps ahs same music, and this sequence is the first one to be filmed primarily outside and not in an enclosed location.

Shots include figures wearing black robes and capirotes, a skeletal creature with wings and shots of dead goats, the Minotaur from the season also appears. For the first time, there are actual backgrounds that appear with the actor names instead of an all-black background, some of these images include witches hanging and Santa Ahs.

Other elements include a black man with piercing eyes and a disturbing smile as well as voodoo dolls burning. The final shot continues after the figures in black capirotes seize one of their own who is later seen burning at a stake where ahs, dress-clad witches dance around. Freak Show 's opening sequence changed things up, the series' theme music remains intact albeit with an added carnival-like soundscape.

The sequence is composed of both CGI and stop-motion animation and features strange characters such as a skeletal chimera of a human being and an elephant riding ahs bicycle, a skeleton of what appears to be a single head but two bodies, a devilish-looking man, a boy in a wheelchair with deformed legs, a character with severe syndactyly of the hands and feet, ahs clown who can twist his head around, a woman with a third leg where her genitalia should be, and a demonic cymbal-banging monkey toy.

There are also shots of side show attractions like the Human Blockhead, knife throwing and sword swallowing. The main recurring element features a balloon twister popping balloons with a knife. All text appeared to be made from rusty metal. Hotel 's opening sequence also was very different from previous seasons, taking more of a biblical approach.

The font, while remaining the same as the first ahs seasons, glows in red against a hotel wallpaper. The Ten Commandments are also shown throughout the sequence. The intro returns to live-action like the first three seasons. Visuals include many people scrubbing blood all over the walls and the floor, strange things shown through peepholes, people being victims to the hotel, little kids running around the hotel, a woman screaming as she smears lipstick all over her face, as well as many different creatures.

[104] Roanoke featured no title sequence ahs opening credits, instead opting for a simple title card from the first season, Murder House, while the series' theme music plays over the end credits. At the end of the finale's credits, the title of the season " American Horror Story: Roanoke" was revealed.

In the development of Cult, Murphy confirmed that the opening sequence would return. Cult 's opening sequence features the series' theme music played by a marching band. The sequence is live action. Visuals include: a gang of clowns rising from a casket, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton masks, a George Washington statue, a dead dog killed by toxic gas, a Merry-Go-Round, bloody hands that cannot be washed, a beehive, toxic smoke released from a grenade, holes in several forms, a bloody US flag with the sound of a xylophone playing " The Star-Spangled Banner", a blood-covered couple having sex, a magician pulling guts out of a hat and a handcuffed pinky promise.

All text appeared to be made from ahs metal. The texts interact with the graphic behind them, sometimes also bloody. For the first time, the title is abbreviated ahs AHS instead of American Horror Story. Apocalypse 's opening sequence features the original theme music from the ahs three seasons. The sequence includes images of nuclear disaster and sketches of demons fusing together.

Other visuals include burning candles, snakes, both human and goat skulls, a scorpion, a blooming flower, and photos of nuclear-testing documents.

Visuals from the title sequences of both season one and season three are also included with slight alterations, including the skeletal winged creature in the forest ( Coven), the nurse's blouse ( Murder House), a picture of a baby that has been set on fire ( Murder House), and the goat skulls ( Coven).

All text appeared to be glowing in pale yellow and red. 1984 's opening sequence is inspired by a fan-made concept that strongly impressed Ryan Murphy.

Corey Vega, the creator of the fan-made title sequence, was invited to work with American Horror Story veteran title-sequence designer Kyle Cooper to create the official sequence. [105] The sequence imitates old VHS video quality. For the first time, a new slasher-style font is used for the text with the exception of vowels "O" and "A" staying with the original series' logo font.

Visuals include: five Jazzercise instructors warming up before blood stains the screen, peaceful camping activities, bloody sharp objects (knives, cleavers, and an axe), a hidden killer in black, moonwalking, footage of the 1984 United States presidential election, cassette tapes, a smashed blood-filled wine glass, vehicles gearing up, and a campfire exploding.

It ends with a self-destructed cassette. Names of the cast are superimposed on colorful neon graphics. The title is abbreviated as AHS instead of American Horror Story for the second time, after Cult. And for the second time, the last name mentioned is not given an "and" credit, also after Cult. The title sequence for seasons 1 to 8 and 10 of the show use a variation of the Willow typeface that very closely resembles a style for which Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh was known.

[106] The font is still used in season 9 but is mixed with another font from a fan's choice. Promotion [ edit ] As part of the promotion for the series, FX launched a "House Call" campaign, in which viewers at home could sign up and come face-to-face with a character from the series.

[107] Prior to the series premiere, FX released several clues to shine light on the series. They were offered on the show's official YouTube channel. Ten clues were released. [108] In September 2011, FX launched a website which allows visitors to tour the Murder House throughout the decades and look for clues. [109] In August 2012, the first promo for the second season was released on the American Horror Story Facebook page entitled "Special Delivery", in which a nun carries a couple of buckets filled with body parts through a field.

As a church bell rings, the nun empties one bucket's bloody contents, leaving the empty bucket behind, and resumes her trek. [110] Over 20 subsequent teasers were released. [111] Four photos were also released on EW.com. [112] Two ahs teasers, titled "Meet the Residents", were released on August 31, 2012.

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They feature the patients and some staff (such as Dr. Thredson, played by Zachary Quinto, and Sister Mary Eunice, played by Lily Ahs lying in twin beds and dealing with their individual issues as the heads of the asylum (Jessica Lange, Joseph Fiennes and James Cromwell) look on. The song " Que Sera, Sera", mixed with the show's theme music, plays.

[113] To promote Cult, a competition was set up where fans who donated ahs the Children's Hospital Los Angeles could get a chance to get a walk-on role in an episode, and lunch with Evan Peters.

[114] Overall, premises and characters for each season are typically kept under wraps until soon before premiers and are alluded to with brief and vague teaser trailers. In October 2020, the owners of the historic Alfred Rosenheim Mansion "The Murder House" hosted a virtual paranormal investigation. The house had been featured in several films, TV shows, and music videos including the first season of American Horror Story. A production crew set up 15 cameras throughout the home and featured Hollywood psychic Patti Negri, exorcist Bishop James Long, Michelle Belanger, and other notable guests.

Universal's Halloween Horror Nights [ edit ] On August 16, 2016, FX announced a deal had been struck to feature an American Horror Story maze at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Ahs for their Halloween Horror Nights events. The maze featured sets and themes from Murder House, Freak Show, and Hotel. Universal Parks & Resorts said of the experience, "Twisted scenes from Murder House ahs unleash the evil spirits that possess the Harmon estate, spiraling guests ahs decades of the ahs dead who previously resided there.

In Freak Show, guests joined a troupe of biological misfits in a sinister sideshow where they were stalked by the murderous and deformed Twisty the Clown. Finally, guests succumbed to the warped desires of the Countess after checking into the haunted Hotel Cortez, conceived from the beginning as a torture chamber for its customers." [115] In 2017, ahs show returned ahs haunted attractions to both parks, with Universal Orlando having an attraction based on Ahs, Coven, and Roanoke, and Universal Studios Hollywood basing their attraction solely on Roanoke.

In December 2017, The Ahs Disney Company announced it would ahs 21st Century Fox which included the 20th Century Fox film and TV assets. The deal was completely ahs on March 20, 2019, making 20th Century Fox officially part of The Walt Disney Studios. As Disney and Universal are bitter rivals in the theme park business (especially for their Central Florida properties), this would likely end the franchise's presence in Halloween Horror Nights at Universal parks.

[116] The Night Bites Bakery [ edit ] On July 14, 2021 an American Horror Story themed bakery opened in New York's Meatpacking District in Manhattan until July 24, 2021 to celebrate the release of spin-off American Horror Stories and the tenth season. Guests had to be over the age of 18 to enter the bakery. Guests also had to make reservations for 30 minute visits. It featured sweet treats inspired by the series, as well as ahs designs and characters based on past installments of American Horror Story and American Horror Stories.

After placing an order, the Rubber Woman, introduced in the first episode of American Horror Stories, delivered the order through a secret window. It opened in Los Angeles from August 4, 2021 until August 14, 2021 in Beverly Grove.The bakery opened in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where the first part of the tenth season were filmed, at Pat's Happy Park on September 1, 2021 till September 4, 2021.

[117] [118] [119] [120] [121] [122] [123] Broadcast [ edit ahs The series premiered on October 5, 2011, and is broadcast on the cable television channel FX in the United States. In November 2011, it premiered internationally on the respective countries' Fox Networks Group.

The first season premiered on October 5, 2011, and concluded on December 21, 2011. The second season premiered on October 17, 2012, and concluded on January 23, 2013. The third season premiered on October 9, 2013, and concluded on January 29, 2014.

The fourth season premiered on October 8, 2014, and concluded on January 21, 2015. The fifth season premiered on October 7, 2015, and concluded on January 13, 2016. The sixth season premiered on September 14, 2016, and concluded on November 16, 2016. The seventh season premiered on September 5, 2017, and concluded on November 14, 2017. The eighth season premiered on September 12, 2018 and concluded on November 14, 2018.

The ninth season premiered on September 18, 2019 and concluded on November 13, 2019. Seasons 5 to 7 premiered on the same day and same time with the American broadcasts on FX in Canada, though the first season followed a slightly different schedule as that network launched on October 31, 2011. The series is aired in India on STAR World Premiere HD shortly after its U.S. airing. Along with it, it airs on FX India on standard definition.

In the United Kingdom seasons 1-9 were broadcast on Fox until it closed in July ahs, with season ten debuting on Disney+. On April 27, 2022. The entire series would move from Netflix to Disney+. Reception [ edit ] Critical response [ edit ] Critical response of American Horror Story Season Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic Murder House 72% (40 reviews) [124] 62 (30 reviews) Asylum 84% (44 reviews) [125] 65 (23 reviews) Coven 85% (35 reviews) [126] 71 (24 reviews) Freak Show 77% (35 reviews) [127] 69 (19 reviews) Hotel 64% (48 reviews) [128] 60 (24 reviews) Roanoke 74% (15 reviews) [129] 72 (9 reviews) Cult 73% (49 reviews) [130] 66 (24 reviews) Apocalypse 80% (9 reviews) [131] 63 (6 reviews) 1984 87% (8 reviews) [132] N/A Double Feature 80% (61 reviews) [133] N/A The first season, American Horror Story: Murder House, received generally positive reviews from critics.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 72% of 40 critics gave the first season a positive review. The site's consensus stated: "Convoluted yet effective, American Horror Story is strange, gory, and twisted enough to keep viewers hooked." [134] The first season scored 62 out of 100 on Metacritic based on 30 reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews. [135] Ken Tucker from Entertainment Weekly awarded the pilot episode a B+, stating: ahs AHS is pretty much all scare, all the time: a whole lotta screams, sex, jolts, mashed faces, psychotic behavior, and dead babies." [136] Hank Stuever from The Washington Post said in his review that: "Overdoing things is one of Murphy's trademark flaws, but this show has a captivating style and giddy gross-outs." [137] Not all reviews were favorable: Alan Sepinwall of HitFix gave the series a D−, saying: "It is so far over the top ahs the top is a microscopic speck in its rearview mirror, and so full of strange sounds, sights and characters that you likely won't forget it—even though many of you will wish you could." [138] Sepinwall would later go on to call it one of the worst TV shows of 2011.

[139] The Los Angeles Times ' Mary McNamara gave it a mixed review, stating that it "collapses into camp. upon more than one occasion" but also noting that it is "hard to look away." [140] The second season, American Horror Story: Asylum, received critical acclaim from critics.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 84% of 44 critics gave the ahs a positive review. The site's consensus is: " American Horror Story: Asylum crosses boundaries to shock and ahs with sexy subplots and some innovative takes on current social issues." [141] It scored 65 out of 100 on Metacritic based on 23 reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews. [142] James Poniewozik from Time stated: " AHS: Asylum ahs like a more focused, if equally frenetic, screamfest.

It's also gorgeously realized, with a vision of its '60s institution setting so detailed you can smell the stale air and incense." [143] Maureen Ryan of The Huffington Post said: "It's to the credit of Asylum 's writers, directors and cast that the emotional pain of the characters often feels as real as their uncertainty and terror." [144] Verne Gay from Newsday gave the season a C grade, stating it "has some good special effects, just not much of a story to hang them on." [145] Linda Stasi of the New York Post thought the season was "over the top," adding: "I need to enter [an asylum] myself after two hours of this craziness." [146] The third season, American Horror Story: Coven, received critical acclaim from critics.

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 85% of 35 critics gave the season a positive review. The site's consensus reads: "A noteworthy ensemble cast combined with creepy storytelling and campy, outrageous thrills make American Horror Story: Coven a potently structured fright-fest." [126] It scored 71 ahs of 100 on Metacritic based on 24 reviews, the second-highest score for any season, after Roanoke, on that site.

Not all reviews were positive, however, with criticism focused on both the story and character arcs in the second half of the season.

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The A.V. Club gave this season the low rating of ahs D+, with critic Emily VanDerWerff remarking: "It lurched drunkenly from idea to idea, never settling on one long enough to build anything of worth." [147] The fourth season, American Ahs Story: Freak Show, received mostly positive reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 77% of 35 critics gave the season a positive ahs.

The site's consensus is: "Though it may turn off new viewers unaccustomed to its unabashed weirdness, Freak Show still brings the thrills, thanks to its reliably stylish presentation and game cast." [148] This season was Jessica Lange's final major performance on the show; however, it was not her last appearance. It scored 69 out of 100 on Metacritic based on ahs reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews.

[149] The fifth season, American Horror Story: Hotel, received more mixed reviews from critics, in comparison to its predecessors. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 64% of 48 critics gave the season a ahs review. The site's consensus is: "Favoring garish style over effective storytelling, the fifth American Horror Story strands a talented cast at Ryan Murphy's Hotel." Hotel scored a 60 out of 100 on Metacritic based on 24 reviews, indicating mixed or average reviews.

[150] Some praise the season for its increased amount of horror elements and experimentation, while many believe that Jessica Lange's departure negatively impacted ahs show's ratings and the overall ahs of the series moving forward. The sixth season, American Horror Story: Roanoke, received mostly positive reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 74% ahs 15 critics ahs the season a positive review. The site's consensus is: " American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare takes a surprising turn away from prior AHS formats, revisiting the deliberate pace ahs earlier seasons on a spookier, smaller scale, even if the true-crime format feels overdone." [151] It scored a 72 on Metacritic based on six reviews, making it the highest-scored season on that site.

[152] The seventh season, American Horror Story: Cult, received mostly positive reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 73% of 49 critics gave the season a positive review. The site's consensus is: " American Horror Story: Cult intrigues with timely, over-the-top creepiness – and lots of clowns – despite being hampered by broad political generalizations and occasional holes in the narrative's logic." [130] It scored a 66 on Metacritic based on 24 reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews.

[153] The eighth season, American Horror Story: Apocalypse, received positive reviews from critics, with some considering it as an improvement over the recent seasons.

Rotten Tomatoes reports that 75% of 6 critics gave the season a positive review. The site's consensus is: "Ryan Murphy and his murderers' row of witchy performers literally save the world—and franchise—in Apocalypse, the series most ambitious crossover swing yet." [154] It scored ahs 63 on Metacritic based on 6 reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews.

[155] The ninth season, American Horror Story: 1984, received critical acclaim. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 87% of 8 critics gave the season a positive review. The site's consensus is: "A near-perfect blend of slasher tropes and American Horror Ahs trademark twists, 1984 is a bloody good time." [156] The tenth season, American Horror Story: Double Feature, originally received critical acclaim based on the first five episodes of the season.

Rotten Tomatoes reports that 83% of 47 critics gave the first half of the season a positive review, with some considering it one of the best seasons, while others criticizing the poorly written "Winter Kills" and calling it the worst ahs of the entire series. The site's consensus is: "Though its second tale is still a mystery, ahs first half of Double Feature proves a spine-tingling good time with terrific performances - especially from the spectacular Leslie Grossman and Frances Conroy." [133] Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have been credited with creating a series that ahs both the LGBT creators and storylines in the industry.

Ahs L. Geller and Anna Marie Banker have stated that Murphy and Falchuk utilize "the formal structure of the serialized anthology.to present serial narratives made by and about 'queers,' openly subverting gender and sexual norms that define the majority of television." [157] In the journal Gender Forum, Robert Sevenich further acknowledges that " American Horror Story is a unique and challenging text that confronts issues of queer visibility, provides queer performers and creators a vehicle to contribute to cultural conversations, and gives audiences a lens to glean meaning." [158] See also: List of American Horror Story episodes § Ahs The pilot episode of American Horror Story was watched by 3.2 million viewers and averaged a 1.6 rating in the 18–49 years adult demographic, the most sought after by advertisers.

[159] These were the best ahs FX had ever received for a series premiere. [160] The episode was seen by 3.2 million total viewers in 59 countries.

[161] Ratings increased as the season progressed, with the season finale being watched by 3.22 million viewers and receiving a 1.7 ratings share in the 18–49 years adult demographic. [162] The series premiere aired in November 2011 across Europe and Latin America on Fox International Channels, and ranked as first or second most watched telecast in its timeslot among all paid television in most metered markets.

[161] "Numbers so strong, it's scary. American Horror Story has brought droves of new viewers to a killer global lineup", said Hernan Lopez, the president of Fox International Channels. [161] The second season's premiere gained a 2.2 18–49 ratings share and gathered 3.85 million viewers, [163] marking the highest numbers for the series.

[164] By the season's sixth episode, the numbers dropped to a series-low 0.9 18–49 ratings share and 1.89 million viewers; [165] however, they rebounded to above two million viewers for the subsequent episodes, [166] [167] and reached 2.29 million viewers for the season's finale. [168] The premiere of the fifth season of the series ahs the second most-watched telecast in the network's history, only behind the premiere episode of the previous season, which was watched by 6.13 million ahs.

[169] The show was subsequently renewed for ahs season; John Landgraf, the CEO of the network, commented on the show's success by saying that American Horror Story, the network's highest rated series, "has unquestionably joined the ranks of television's landmark series." [170] In 2016, a study by The New York Times of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook Likes found that "unlike a lot of shows about the supernatural", American Horror Story was "more ahs in cities, but also throughout parts of the Southwest".

[171] Viewership ahs ratings per season of American Horror Story Season Timeslot ( ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Avg. viewers (millions) Avg. 18–49 rating Date Viewers (millions) Date Viewers (millions) 1 Wednesday 10:00 p.m. 12 October 5, 2011 ( 2011-10-05) 3.18 [172] December 21, 2011 ( 2011-12-21) 3.22 [173] 2011–12 N/A N/A 2 13 October 17, 2012 ( 2012-10-17) 3.85 [174] January 23, 2013 ( 2013-01-23) 2.29 [175] 2012–13 2.53 [176] 1.4 [176] 3 13 October 9, 2013 ( 2013-10-09) 5.54 [177] January 29, 2014 ( ahs 4.24 [178] 2013–14 4.00 [179] 2.2 [179] 4 13 October 8, 2014 ( 2014-10-08) 6.13 [180] January 21, 2015 ( 2015-01-21) 3.27 [181] 2014–15 3.85 [182] 1.9 [182] 5 12 October 7, 2015 ( 2015-10-07) 5.81 [183] January 13, 2016 ( 2016-01-13) 2.24 [184] 2015–16 2.89 [185] 1.5 [185] 6 10 September 14, 2016 ( 2016-09-14) 5.14 [186] November 16, 2016 ( 2016-11-16) 2.45 [187] 2016–17 2.93 [188] 1.6 [188] 7 Tuesday 10:00 p.m.

11 September 5, ahs ( 2017-09-05) 3.93 [189] Ahs 14, 2017 ( 2017-11-14) 1.97 [190] 2017–18 2.22 [191] 1.1 [191] 8 Wednesday 10:00 p.m. 10 September 12, 2018 ( 2018-09-12) 3.08 [192] November 14, 2018 ( 2018-11-14) 1.83 [193] 2018–19 2.04 [194] 1.0 ahs 9 ahs September 18, 2019 ( 2019-09-18) 2.13 [195] November 13, 2019 ( 2019-11-13) 1.08 [196] 2019–20 1.32 [197] 0.6 [197] 10 10 [198] August 25, 2021 ( 2021-08-25) 0.93 [199] October 20, 2021 ( 2021-10-20) 0.58 [200] 2021–22 0.65 [201] 0.2 [201] Accolades [ edit ] Main article: List of awards and nominations received by American Horror Story American Horror Story has won 94 of its 429 award nominations.

The franchise has garnered 28 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, with Jessica Lange winning for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie ahs for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie, James Cromwell winning for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie, and Kathy Bates winning for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie. It received an additional 50 Creative Arts Emmy Award nominations, winning eleven times, including Outstanding Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Movie, Outstanding Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special, and Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Limited Series, Movie or a Special.

[202] It has received nine Golden Globe Award nominations, with Lange ahs for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film, [203] and Lady Gaga winning for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film. [204] The series has also received three Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, with Lange winning for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series. [205] Additional accolades include eighteen Critics' Choice Television Awards nominations, with four wins, [206] the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Miniseries, [207] four Costume Designers Guild Awards nominations, winning three times, [208] eight wins out of ten nominations at the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild, [209] ahs People's Choice Awards nominations, winning once, [210] and eleven Satellite Awards nomination, with three wins.

[211] On April 9, 2019, it was announced by the Television Academy that American Horror Story: Apocalypse would not qualify for the Limited Series categories, and instead be moved to Drama.

[212] American Horror Story was named the most in-demand horror TV show in 2019 by Guinness World Records, [213] based on global TV demand data supplied by Parrot Analytics.

[214] Companion and spin-off series [ edit ] Main article: American Crime Story On October 7, 2014, it was announced that FX had ordered a 10-episode companion series [215] titled American Crime Story, developed by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. [216] While each season of American Horror Story focuses on a new horror theme, each season of American Crime Story focuses on a new true crime story. The series features American Horror Story cast members Sarah Paulson, Ahs Britton, Cuba Gooding Jr., Darren Criss, Finn Wittrock, Max Greenfield, Jon Jon Briones, Cody Fern and Billy Eichner.

The first season premiered in February 2016, with the second season premiering in January 2018. [217] A third season, titled Impeachment, focused on the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal, and aired in September 2021. [218] A potential fourth season, tentatively ahs Studio 54, focusing on the rise and fall of Studio 54 owners Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, is currently in development. [219] American Horror Stories [ edit ] Main article: American Horror Stories On May 11, 2020, Murphy revealed that a spin-off series named American Horror Stories was being developed; it will feature self-contained anthological ahs, instead of a season-long story arc as featured in American Horror Story.

It was set to air on FX. [220] On June 22, 2020, it was announced that American Horror Stories will stream on FX on Hulu instead. [221] On August 4, 2020, it was announced that Sarah Paulson is set to be a director on the series. [222] The first season is set to feature actors who have appeared in American Horror Story. [223] Matt Bomer, Gavin Creel, Sierra McCormick, Kaia Gerber, Paris Jackson, Aaron Tveit, Merrin Dungey, Celia Finkelstein, Ashley Martin Carter, Ahs Loo, Selena Sloan and Belissa Escobedo will star in the first two episodes.

[224] Other American Horror Story alums that will appear in the series include Naomi Grossman, Cody Fern, Chad James Buchanan, John Carroll Lynch, Charles Melton, Billie Lourd, Dylan McDermott and Jamie Brewer along with newcomers Danny Trejo, Kevin McHale, Dyllón Burnside, Madison Bailey, Rhenzy Feliz, Amy Grabow, Adrienne Barbeau, Ben J.

Pierce, Kyle Red Silverstein, Leonardo Cecchi, Nico Greetham, Taneka Johnson, Virginia Gardner, Ronen Rubinstein, Vanessa Estelle Williams, Michael B. Silver, Jake Choi, Tiffany Dupont, Noah Cyrus, Adam Hagenbuch, Mercedes Mason and Nicolas Bechtel among others. [225] American Horror Stories premiered on July 15, 2021, and its first season consisted of seven episodes. [226] [198] On August ahs, 2021, the series was renewed for a ahs season. [227] Notes [ edit ] • ^ Known as 20th Century Fox Television from 2011 to 2020.

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