‘American Horror Story’ was created by the artists Ryan Murphy (who also created the series Hollywood) and Brad Falchuk (also contributed to The Politician). We owe Ryan Murphy for directing this chiller series. This thriller series does not depict the tale in continuation. In fact, all the seasons to this series have to stand-alone seasons. Each of these seasons revolves around the genre of horror. They put to picture different stories of Americans, those of which are scary.
In the first season, we see what happens after Harmon’s family locates themselves into a ghostly abode in the city of Los Angeles. While in the second, our point of concentration is a mental asylum. But the third season showcases a fight between the witch circles in Bayou. For season four, based in 1950, a fun traveling fair will be dug up. The seasons as they progress further, depict almost the same cast members. However, in different series, they are put into the shoes of a different identity, time, and space and have to justice to that character.
What is special about the show?
Among the various seasons, one of the most loved one by the fans was the third season. In fact, some dedicated fans set forward to depict their association or loyalty towards the show by getting themselves inked. Various tattoos that became viral through this series are The Girls, Balenciaga, Supreme, Delphine, Burned at the Stake, Cartoon Fiona, Papa Legba, Wear Something Black, etc. This was supposed to be just another way of showcasing their strong sense of association and love towards the show.
Late addition, but important addition to the show, was the character of Leslie Grossman (very well known for her role in Popular). Her character has contributed a spirit of braveness to the series. She is accounted for playing various roles like Meadow Wilton (Cult), Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt (Apocalypse), Margaret Booth (1984), etc. one thing that we know is she justified the title she used to play no matter how varied. As it goes along with any show or series displaying horror, they have to set scenes of Devil or monsters night in order to fill it with the emotion of thrill.
It could advance and be termed as the theme of the series itself. In all of this, the makers had this idea while making American Horror Story as a collection of stories so that even if one story fails, they always have the opportunity of another. Moreover, the cast is not bound on any long-duration basis by the contracts in which the set actors have to play the role even though they failed to catch the viewers. In this way, The American Horror Story can be called quite a flexible show. What are your opinions about this show?