It's the question of American Horror Story: Coven's season of the witch: Who should replace Fiona (Jessica Lange) as the new Supreme?
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season premiere of American Horror Story: Coven. Read at your own risk!]
American Horror Story returned for its third installment Coven on Wednesday, taking viewers to New Orleans for a magical new tale about witches.
Set in the present day, the series follows young witches who learn their craft at Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies. But the school's headmistress Cordelia (Sarah Paulson), is thrown when her mother Fiona (Jessica Lange), the Supreme witch of their coven, returns.
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Fiona has been on a quest for...
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