Madison and Zoe play Dr. Frankenstein to create the perfect boy.
American Horror Story: Coven
We open in 1834, at a lavish party thrown by socialite Madame Lalaurie. After the party, as she readies for bed, she paints her face with a mask made of blood. She is called downstairs and discovers her youngest daughter fooling around with one of the slaves. After beating her daughter soundly, Lalaurie takes her slave upstairs to her private torture chamber.
I am quite impressed with the first episode of American Horror Story: Coven. It is a far more sophisticated start to the season than any of the seasons before - but that’s not to say that it lacks any of the violence, gore, sex, or shocks that fans have come to expect from the series. I am anticipating a top-notch year with Coven. Here are six things to whet your appetite for the season premiere, October 9th on FX. (Warning! Minor spoilers ahead!)
We are just over a week away from American Horror Story: Coven and the maddeningly enticing teasers are coming out faster than we can keep up with them.
So I leave for a week to go to Fantastic Fest, and I come back to find an embarrassment of riches when it comes to American Horror Story: Coven promos.
As we creep towards American Horror Story: Coven's October 9th premiere date, we get our first peek at the cast in this new teaser, "Initiation."
You'd think that once a show is a few weeks into shooting, the cast would be pretty much set. Not so with American Horror Story: Coven, which continues to add actors to its enormous cast.
The latest teaser promo for American Horror Story: Coven is less of a head-scratcher than "Staircase" or "Detention."
American Horror Story: Coven has added its 87th cast member (or something like that).
American Horror Story: Coven has just added yet another member to its already enormous cast