[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the American Horror Story: Coven season finale. Read at your own risk!]
The new Supreme was finally revealed during American Horror Story: Coven's season finale, and it should come as no surprise that it's the daughter of the old one.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's American Horror Story: Coven. Read at your own risk!]
Well, we know one witch who won't be the new Supreme...
FX has scared up more American Horror Story. The networked has ordered a fourth installment of 13 episodes.
"Put simply, Ryan Murphy is a master television producer," John Landgraf, CEO, FX Networks and FX Productions, said. "Time and time again he reinvents the form...Every year, they create a riveting and brilliant new miniseries. AHS: Coven is the best yet, and I have no doubt that the next installment will be even better."
It's the question of American Horror Story: Coven's season of the witch: Who should replace Fiona (Jessica Lange) as the new Supreme?
American Horror Story doesn't shy away from the horror genre, as evidenced by its name. Whether it's a haunted house, an asylum or a school for witches, FX's anthology series has helped to bring horror to the forefront on television.
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But the series has mostly done so by raising the stakes so high that death has become the norm. Murder House killed off the entire Harmon family. Technically, only Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) survived Asylum. And Coven axed two main characters — Lily Rabe's Misty Day, who has the regenerative power to bring things, including herself, back to life, and Evan Peters' frat boy-turned-Frankenstein — in the premiere alone.
However, at what point does the audience become desensitized to death? "With a horror show, the rules are...