Ranking the AHS Seasons From Terrifying to Insufferable

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It has been a full decade of American Horror Story, and we’re nonetheless having a killer time.

Following the horror anthology’s season 10 finale, which aired on Oct. 20, we discovered ourselves wanting again in any respect the terrifying TV moments the collection has given us. Between killer clowns and deadly rubber males, American Horror Story has by no means been afraid to push the envelope.

Nevertheless, with that sort of risk-taking come some inevitable missteps. Sure, Girl Gaga‘s vampiric efficiency because the Countess in American Horror Story: Lodge was legendary, however we may’ve executed with out the prone-to-rape dependancy demon from that very same season.

Season two, titled American Horror Story: Asylum, boasted good characters, together with Jessica Lange because the no-nonsense nun, Sister Jude. Nevertheless, we will not say we completely adopted the alien plot or the supposed reemergence of Anne Frank.

In the meantime, regardless of its gradual begin, AHS: Apocalypse was surprisingly pleasant and paid homage to earlier seasons. Sadly, it felt like a ultimate season for the collection, making the seasons following it really feel, er, irrelevant. Sorry, AHS: 1984, it isn’t your fault.