Somehow, every cast member has worked against their best interests to make this tell-all The Larissa and Colt Show.
This “power couple” totally deserves each other.
The season wraps with a slew of weddings, some Tinder product placement, and confirmation that Ashley is a fool for not kicking Jay out.
So many weddings, so few good decisions.
The season nears its end with pretty much everyone on the verge of making some sort of terrible mistake.
Larissa lashes out, Leida and Eric continue their explosive confrontation, and Olga is swimming in a sea of red flags.
This season has been overrun by man-children.
Won’t somebody please think of the children?
The season wraps with a reunion full of accusations, apologies, and Akbar.
In an anxiety-stoking episode, Ashley and Jay live out the plot of Get Out, Colt makes a terrifying proposal, and Leida and Eric are still in denial.
It’s the Antichrist’s blood-soaked last stand as the season comes to a close in peak AHS fashion.
A sweaty clamor for screen time characterizes a weird reunion filled with people being removed from the stage.
Eric’s attempts to hide his financial reality from Leida and her family are getting increasingly desperate.
As the apocalypse draws nigh, humanity’s last hope may be … time travel?
A misbegotten vow renewal forms the centerpiece of a finale in which nothing is resolved, and nothing happens — much like this season.
This show needs to be recognized by the MacArthur Foundation for its strides in genius television programming.
A very special Halloween episode of American Horror Story.
A love triangle forms around Brooke Valentine as the season lurches toward its final episode.
Larissa discovers Las Vegas is nothing like the movies as we learn more about this season’s couples.
Are Cordelia’s powers fading because there’s a new Supreme on the rise?