On tonight's new episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven,' Fiona and Marie have a long-awaited showdown with the witch-hunter corporation, while Cordelia makes a desperate sacrifice to protect the coven (yeah, saw that one coming -- no pun intended). Meanwhile, familiar faces return both to our delight and disappointment because no one stays dead on this show, and Myrtle talks a lot about fashion and love and uses words that she may or may not have made up.
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'American Horror Story: Coven' will soon come to a close, starting anew the guessing game of what new horrors season 4 will concoct. We knew a few small tidbits, particularly that we'd be getting another period piece, but the official year has now been revealed, along with an update on series star Jessica Lange's fourth and presumably final franchise character.
It's good news-bad news from the FX panel at the ongoing Television Critics Association press tour, as the cable network has revealed some tantalizing new comedies from the likes of Zach Galifianakis and Charlie Kaufman, but confirmed the fates of its current lineup. Timothy Olyphant gunslinger drama 'Justified' has been confirmed to end after its next season, while 'American Horror Story's next cycle will likely take us back in time once more.
'American Horror Story: Coven' returns from its winter break, and Ryan Murphy and Co. have brought a very special guest along with them: the one and only Stevie Nicks! While Misty ponders over what it means to possibly be a Supreme, Madison plots to take the crown for herself. Meanwhile, Fiona discovers the truth about Hank and works with Marie Laveau on a plan to bring the witch hunters to their knees. With her life in tatters and her power diminished, Cordelia struggles to find her place in the coven.
On tonight's new episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven,' Fiona reaches out to Marie Laveau to repair their truce and unite against a common enemy, while we get to learn a little bit more about said enemy's history. Meanwhile, Cordelia takes Misty under her wing, Nan uncovers a dark secret about Luke's mother (big surprise there), and Myrtle makes excellent use of a melon-baller. Also, there is a dog.
'American Horror Story: Coven' returns from its brief Thanksgiving hiatus tonight with an all-new episode -- in "The Sacred Taking," when a new enemy emerges, the coven rallies with Misty to perform a ritual that will hopefully allow them to defeat Fiona and crown a new Supreme. Meanwhile, Queenie continues to align herself with Marie Laveau, whose rivalry with Madame LaLaurie comes to a bloody head.
FX horror drama 'American Horror Story: Coven' remains deep enough into the season that most of the focus has shifted toward the fourth cycle in 2014, though it seems 'Coven' has a few more spells to cast. Literally! 'Fringe' vet and recent 'Wilfred' guest Lance Reddick will conjure up a significant appearance in the final four installments of 'Coven,' but as whom?
Just over half way through 'American Horror Story: Coven,' and series star Jessica Lange has made it abundantly clear her intent to leave with the confirmed fourth season's end in early 2015. And while casting for future installments of the FX horror-drama remains up in the air for now, series creator Ryan Murphy has some surprising choices for future stars in mind to fill the void, among them Reese Witherspoon, Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Chiklis!
Even before 'American Horror Story' season 4 had been confirmed by FX, we'd heard that series lead Jessica Lange would likely make the 2014 season her last. Now that a few details have begun to emerge of the next cycle in Ryan Murphy's horror franchise, Lange has finally gone on the record to confirm her role in season 4 and beyond.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven,' Fiona finds that last, great romance she was looking for, but is it what she wanted? Meanwhile, Cordelia and Zoe make some decisions regarding Fiona and Kyle, and Queenie questions her place in the coven after spending some quality time with Madame LaLaurie.