Apart from new settings, casts of characters and faces both old and new, there's one thing 'American Horror Story' fans look forward to every year: the spooky redesigned opening credits! Now, fans can get an early look at the FX horror-drama's especially shadowy and gruesome 'American Horror Story: Coven' credits, sifting through each new image for a clue to new season!
Late last night we caught our first real look at 'American Horror Story: Coven' by way of a new trailer that featured actual footage from the October 9 premiere and beyond, so how better to supplement that sneak peek than with another creepy teaser, chock full of witch-walking? At the very least, we've got a full look at the official cast poster for 'American Horror Story: Coven'!
We've got to hand it to FX's 'American Horror Story: Coven.' Whatever it lacks in presenting original footage during the weeks before a premiere, it surely makes up for in creepy one-sheets and teasers. The latest will have you gagging even more than yesterday's snake poster, or at least give you a nasty case of pins and needles.
The moment we saw the first serpentine poster for 'American Horror Story: Coven,' we knew we wouldn't be getting off that easily in terms of disturbing visuals. The latest teaser and motion poster of the FX horror-drama's third year brings this slimy friend to life, in a manner guaranteed to revisit your lunch, if you're not careful.
With Showtime's 'Dexter' soon to shut off its bloodbath, and 'Breaking Bad' due to be broken in three weeks time, FX is rather quickly looking to fill the void of amoral killers on cable TV. Sources report that the network has begun development of an 'American Psycho' TV series to follow the book and film of the same name, but what would become of serial-killing icon Patrick Bateman after so many years?
Our last look into the witchy goings-on of 'American Horror Story: Coven' didn't reveal much beyond an expected premiere date of October 9, but the black cat's out of the bag now! FX has released the full plot synopsis for the coming third season of Ryan Murphy's horror thriller, including a number of character descriptions, so check out the "Supreme" secrets of 'American Horror Story: Coven' right here!
Earlier today we caught our first real glimpse at 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 premiere "Straw" with a brand new photo gallery, but you didn't think the SAMCRO goodies would stop there, did you? FX has roared out a brand new trailer for the new season beginning September 10, and it looks like Clay will be making sure the hurt falls on both SAMCRO and everyone they love.
As far back as the end of 'American Horror Story: Asylum' last year, fans and followers of the Ryan Murphy FX horror drama had some inclination that the third season would lean toward witchcraft, ultimately confirmed by adopting the surname 'Coven.' 'American Horror Story' season 3 very nearly took a different turn however, as Murphy claims he originally intended to devote the season to the real-life story of infamous killer Charles Manson.
When 'American Horror Story: Coven' debuted its freakish first teaser yesterday, we knew it could mean only one thing: endlessly maddening daily snippets to discuss from now until the October premiere! The latest look at FX's third cycle for the Ryan Murphy horror thriller puts its voodoo theme on full display, and quite literally sticks it to us with its graphic visuals.
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