We can finally put a name to American Horror Story’s eagerly anticipated Murder House/Coven crossover season. As first revealed as part of a major San Diego Comic-Con event on Thursday night, Season 8 of the FX anthology series has been dubbed American Horror Story: Apocalypse. The key art, which was shared on Twitter, gives off some serious Rosemary’s Baby vibes. […]
This week’s episode of Cult was entitled “Charles (Manson) in Charge” and sure enough, Evan Peters dressed up as Charles Manson! It was a fun distraction from the overall storyline and helped ease us into next week’s finale.
This week, "AHS: Cult" re-created another famous cult leader, Charles Manson, and the infamous murders of actress Sharon Tate and her friends.
This week's episode of "American Horror Story: Cult" was actually terrifying, compelling, clever, and hilarious, and it had a shocking ending.
Lena Dunham made her long-awaited debut on "American Horror Story: Cult" this week as Valerie Solanas, the woman who, in real life, shot legendary artist Andy Warhol.
FX aired an edited version of this week's "American Horror Story: Cult," presumably to limit the episode's gun-related violence following the Las Vegas shooting, but many fans were left asking one big question.
An “American Horror Story” alum returned for this week’s “AHS: Cult” episode. Unfortunately, it was only a short-lived cameo.
After the season's third episode, "Neighbors From Hell," we've got theories on the clowns' identities, but we're ready for the reveal — and a plot.
The premiere of “American Horror Story: Cult” brought back some intense memories for some people because it was a little too close to reality.
Creator Ryan Murphy previews the new season of FX's horror anthology, which tackles the cult of personality in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
Kathy Bates and Conan O’Brien attempt to sing the national anthem in Baltimorese. And the result may be worse than nails on a chalkboard.
After months of teasing, Ryan Murphy finally revealed the title of the seventh season of 'American Horror Story' on Thursday night at San Diego Comic-Con.
Historically, creator Ryan Murphy never plays it this close to the vest. Come January or February, I announce what the theme is, and then we announce the cast,” Murphy told to The Hollywood Reporter in a late August interview.
Between Gaga’s hive of baby bloodsuckers and the antagonistic and tragic relationship between Kathy Bates and Matt Bomer, American Horror Story: Hotel already had a whole mess of mommy issues before Wednesday night’s “Mommy” episode dove head first into the unfathomable and never-ending agony a parent experiences when they lose a child, especially under nefarious circumstances. Add in the uphill battle Dr. Alex Lowe (Chloë Sevigny) is fighting against the anti-vaxxers of Los Angeles and it is no wonder she attempted to go bloodily into that good night. Sevigny spoke exclusively with Yahoo TV via telephone about her intense return to AHS, whose wardrobe she envies every time she slides on that beret (again!), and the conspiracy theories about Alex and the Countess being related that have popped up thanks to physical similarities between the actresses, Lowe’s disclosure of an unhappy childhood, and photos of Lady Gaga filming at a spruced-up Murder House with a prosthetic belly surfacing.
In presenting an episode of television devoid of rhyme or reason (or even proper structure), American Horror Story: Hotel straight up did its job. So it’s with some surprise that “Chutes and Ladders” upended that strategy almost completely this week with a lengthy (1 hour and 40 mins!), explanation-packed episode.
The cast of the latest installment of American Horror Story checked out of the Hotel last weekend to get a little action in downtown Los Angeles at the premiere of the scary series. Most chose to get all gussied up for the first screening of the franchise’s next chapter, which will debut on FX Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 10 p.m., but there were quite a few actors who seemed sartorially inspired by their onscreen personas.