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'American Horror Story' Season 4 Title Revealed

Showrunner Ryan Murphy broke the news Monday on Twitter.              //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/k585X0giUfc/story01.htm

'American Horror Story' Season 4 setting is a carnival, says writer

An "American Horror Story" writer, Douglas Petrie, confirmed a few Season 4 details on the most recent Nerdist Writers Panel podcast. "We just started working on Season 4 of 'American Horror Story,' which is completely different than anything we've done before," says Petrie, though he adds that they don't have anything concrete yet except the setting. "We will find [our plan] and it's gonna be awesome. We don't know what we're doing," says Petrie, as he confirms that the setting is "carnival." "It does not have a title, but [carnival], that's the idea, very roughly that's the idea.""AHS" creator Ryan Murphy previously confirmed that Season 4 will take place in the 1950s and that star Jessica Lange is working on her German accent. The fourth season will premiere in October 2014.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/american-horror-story-season-4-setting-is-a-carnival-says-writer.html

American Horror Story Season 4 Will Be Carnival-Themed, Confirms Writer David Petrie

American Horror Story Season 4 Will Be Carnival-Themed, Confirms Writer David Petrie It looks like American Horror Story fans predicted correctly! The upcoming fourth season will be in some way related to a 1950s carnival.

American Horror Story Season 4: Who's Coming Back?

Savor these Horror-less months while you can, TV fans. FX's anthology screamfest will be back before you know it for a fourth round of thrills and chills. But who will be back for Season 4? The cast hasn't been officially announced— nor has the theme or even the premiere date — so all we can do is speculate. We do know that Jessica Lange (Fiona Goode) will play a role. The 64-year-old actress — who has earned an Emmy Award for her work on AHS — announced that she will return for a fourth and... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/SQuOAFNneYc/2014-03-05-season-4-cast-members-returning

American Horror Story Season 4: Sarah Paulson Working on "Special Skill" Before Filming

With American Horror Story: Coven behind us, we're already looking forward to Season 4, and star Sarah Paulson is making us Supreme-ly curious about the upcoming season's theme. Thanks to AHS co-creator Ryan Murphy, we already know that the fourth go-round of FX's hit anthology will be set in 1950 — though he still won't reveal the premise: "If you look historically what happened in the year 1950, there’s some more clues in that year. It’s a period piece. We try and do the opposite of what... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/CgDF4FzLwl8/2014-02-07-season-4-sarah-paulson-skill

American Horror Story: Coven — Which Fleetwood Mac Songs Did Stevie Nicks Sing?

Stevie Nicks may very well have been the perfect stunt-casting choice for American Horror Story: Coven. Two of her songs in particular — and her reputation in general — made her perfect for the role of the White Witch, and she performed both those tunes in the two episodes of Coven she graced. But which two? That's the pop quiz we gave Viggle LIVE! users during the Coven finale, asking all of you who responded to pick which Fleetwood Mac hit Stevie didn't sing this season. The majority of... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/KjrVa9NmHcg/2014-01-31-american-horror-story-stevie-nicks

'American Horror Story' Closes 'Coven' With Record Rating

The third season finale posted 4.24 million viewers in the most-watched season of the series' franchise.  Read More.... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00067954.html

"American Horror Story: Coven" Finale Reigns Supreme

FX spins the numbers for Wednesday, January 29.  Read More.... //www.thefutoncritic.com/ratings/2014/01/30/american-horror-story-coven-finale-reigns-supreme-441514/20140130fx01/

'American Horror Story: Coven': Ranking The 14 Goriest Deaths

Every episode of the horror series American Horror Story: Coven is full of disturbing imagery: decapitation, dismemberment, necrophilia and requisite amounts of blood and gore. There's also the haunting pictures our minds paint, the result of descriptive dialogue. In many cases, the deaths are a tame respite from the incest, bestiality and cleanser enemas. Sometimes a witch goes out with a whimper (Nan in the bathtub, Misty spending eternity dissecting frogs) instead of a bang. But with a serial killer on the loose, a voodoo priestess in the mix, a Frankenstein-like monster as a love interest, and a sadistic, racist immortal, violent and gruesome deaths are guaranteed. So rest in peace to those AHS characters who expired under mundane circumstances. Here are the ones who weren't so lucky. //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/american-horror-story-coven-the-14-goriest-deaths-10930.aspx

‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Scores Series’ Highest-Rated Season Finale

The finale of “American Horror Story: Coven” put its spell on 4.2 million total viewers Wednesday night, making it the highest-rated season finale of the FX drama, which has now aired three seasons. The “Coven” finale was also higher-rated than the season averages of the first two seasons, “American Horror Story: Murder House” and “American Horror Story: Asylum.” Read More... //www.thewrap.com/american-horror-story-coven-scores-series-highest-rated-season-finale/