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American Horror Story: Coven — Gabourey Sidibe Talks Kathy Bates, LaLaurie, and Racism

Among the many risks the writers and producers American Horror Story have taken was their decision to cast Oscar winner Kathy Bates as an anachronistic, unrepentant racist — Delphine LaLaurie — who lost her head (figuratively and literally) when confronted with black witches in present-day New Orleans. Gabourey Sidibe, who plays Queenie on the show, chatted with BuzzFeed about Kathy, the bigot that is LaLaurie, and the kudos the show deserves for tackling the issue of race. "[Kathy’s] so... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/C_RJsnH3OFk/2013-12-16-coven-gabourey-sidibe-kathy-bates

American Horror Story Season 3 Episode 8 “The Sacred Taking”

American Horror Story: Coven  “The Sacred Taking” Season 3 Episode 8 airs Wednesday December 4, 2013 at 10pm on FX. Episode Synopsis:  American Horror Story Season Episode 8 “The Sacred Taking” – Cordelia rallies the girls in the fight to stop Fiona; a dangerous new enemy puts Misty in the cross hairs; the rivalry between Marie Laveau and Delphine comes to a head. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2013/12/04/american-horror-story-season-3-episode-8-the-sacred-taking/

American Horror Story: Coven - "The Sacred Taking" Review: Enema of the Hate

The Ryan Murphy-penned "The Sacred Taking" was not only a return to our regular schedules, it was a return to the delirious, genius heights we've come to expect from this nü-classic.  Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/american-horror-story/community/post/american-horror-story-covennbspthe-sacred-taking-review-enema-of-the-hate-photo-recap-138619809394/

'American Horror Story: Coven': Fiona rises up to help with the war of the witches

"American Horror Story: Coven" looks to have set up a war of the witches for the last group of episodes this season -- who ya got your money on?Fiona and the Sacred TakingCordelia has had enough with hiding out and hoping Marie Laveau doesn't get them, so she rallies the witches of her coven to start to fight back. They are aided by the arrival of one Misty Day, who is toting Myrtle with her. It would seem a would-be assassin came creeping through the swamp, but Myrtle dusted herself off from her bog o' resurrection and warned Misty in time. The two of them hid out until Hank (we all know it was Hank, right?) went away and they headed straight for the coven. The six coven witches perform a ritual called the Sacred Taking, which they hope will cause Fiona to kill herself for the good of the coven -- so a new,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/american-horror-story-coven-fiona-rises-up-to-help-with-the-war-of-the-witches.html

'American Horror Story: Coven': Is Queenie Being Manipulated by False Racism?

There's nothing that Fiona Goode hates more than a racist. Although this probably isn't totally true (I'm guessing she hates aging and the mysterious new Supreme even more), this witch doesn't seem to be a bigot. In fact, the only characters on American Horror Story: Coven who are, in fact racist, are Madame LaLaurie and Marie Laveau: two women from very different eras. Two women who are immeasurably hateful, vengeful, and complex. In order to capture Madame LaLaurie, Marie Laveau manipulates Queenie, the only African American witch in the coven, to believe her sisters think less of her because she is Black. Queenie eventually does Marie Laveau's bidding, but what at what price? What kind of message is being sent to the viewers of American Horror Story: Coven? //www.buddytv.com/articles/american-horror-story/american-horror-story-coven-is-52038.aspx

American Horror Story’s Taissa Farmiga on Threesomes, Zombies, and Paris Hilton’s Closet

Is Zoe the next supreme? It seems like a real possibility. Taissa Farmiga’s teenage witch began this season of American Horror Story with the worst power — guys who sleep with her bleed from the eyeballs and die — but now she’s bringing her dead pals back to life, laying waste to zombies and liberating serial-killing house ghosts. In the last episode, she even found a loophole when it came to her sex problem. Nice! Vulture caught up with 19-year-old Farmiga, who also co-starred in Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring , to talk about Zoe’s rise, Connie Britton’s potential return, and, yes, Paris Hilton’s ginormous closet.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2013/12/ahss-taissa-farmiga-on-threesomes-and-zombies.html

'American Horror Story: Coven' 'Sacred Taking': War is coming

The witches' war is in full swing this week on "American Horror Story: Coven," with Queenie having officially picked a side and the Salem descendants ready to fight back. Read on for a few spoiler-y tidbits for "The Sacred Taking."Zoe no longer has to be the one in charge of saving the coven. Cordelia's ready to rock. It's time for her mother to pass the torch and get a new, freshly powerful Supreme to lead them.In doing so, Cordelia must make a move against her own mother with the help of the other witches. But do they have the stones to pull it off? And will it even work against Fiona?Neighbors Joan and Luke Ramsey are back and let's just say their relationship is part Constance/Addie Langdon and part Kyle/Alicia Spencer. So that's ... special.Speaking of Kyle, it's becoming clear which one of his two lady loves he prefers and the other one is quite... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/american-horror-story-coven-sacred-taking-war-is-coming.html

Who Will Be the Next Supreme on American Horror Story: Coven?

While American Horror Story: Coven dishes out seemingly impossible amounts of murder, mischief, and mayhem each week, leaving viewers with little clue as to where the next helping of crazy will come from, one thing seems clear: Fiona Goode (Jessica Lange) is not long for this world, and soon enough, one of her disciples will take over her role as supreme of her coven. The real question remains: which witch will it be? In last week’s episode, it became clear that Zoe (Taissa Farmiga) had more... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/Nc6pl1j5wqc/2013-11-29-who-will-next-supreme-coven

American Horror Story: Coven — 5 Life Lessons Learned From Evan Peters’s Character

During the first three installments of American Horror Story — Murder House, Asylum, and Coven — we’ve seen three different incarnations of characters for Evan Peters. The 26-year-old actor has played Tate Langdon (a psychotic ghost on Murder House), Kit Walker (an accused serial killer, Bloody Face, on Asylum), and now he plays Kyle Spencer, a Frankenstein-like frat boy, on Coven. This season, more than ever, has taught us several life lessons thanks to Evan’s on-screen character. Here are... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/aZ1A8TCq6Lo/2013-11-27-coven-evan-peters-life-lessons

'American Horror Story' 3.08 Preview: Deadly Alliances

The young witches hatch a plan to kill Fiona once and for all, while the Supreme still confides in the Axeman.  Read More... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00066022.html