The Most Shocking Thing About American Horror Story: Cult Is How Bad It Is

American Horror Story has long been one of the most in-your-face shows on TV, layering fantastical plots with cartoonish violence and knowingly over-the-top acting. Last season’s Roanoke took aim at reality TV, with mixed but generally amusing results. This season’s Cult takes aim at reality itself, and so far it’s…

A Trump Mask Is Just One of Many Disturbing Images in the American Horror Story: Cult Opening Credits

The true focus of the next American Horror Story season will remain a mystery until it airs, but that doesn’t prevent us from speculating like mad. (Who would have guessed Roanoke would be about reality TV?) Today’s clue dump comes from the opening credits for Cult—which are artistically creepy in classic AHS style.

The American Horror Story: Roanoke Finale Was an Insane But Entertaining Onslaught

American Horror Story, never one for being subtle, just wrapped its most ludicrous season yet. As a whole, Roanoke was ultimately more interested in whipping out format changes (while, at the same time, feeling oddly repetitive) than developing many themes beyond “We’re gonna dieeee!” and “The media are vultures!” But…

The American Horror Story Crossover Is Coming, and It'll Be Even Bigger Than You Think

There’s seemingly nothing Ryan Murphy loves to do more than drop hints about what might happen on American Horror Story. Recently, we heard that Lady Gaga’s witchy Roanoke character would return in the future, and now we have a better idea of what else that future might entail—a big ol’ crossover that makes up an…

The Theme of American Horror Story's New Season Is Way Less Weird Than the Format

American Horror Story’s sixth season began with creator Ryan Murphy promising to answer “the question that’s been haunting everybody.” Obviously, he meant the secret theme, which turned out to be My Roanoke Nightmare. But it turns out the execution of the theme is far more interesting... but not necessarily good.

Kirstie Alley Is the Perfect Addition to Scream Queens, the Campiest Show on TV

Ryan Murphy’s horror spoof Scream Queens returns for its second season on Sept. 20. We already knew it would shift settings—from sorority house to hospital—and add new actors, since half the cast was killed off last season. Just announced: Kirstie Alley, late of Cheers, Dancing With the Stars, and The Wrath of Khan.