"American Horror Story" was created by the co-creators of "Glee," but the shows have little in common besides that. The show revolves around the Harmons, a family of three, who move from Boston to Los Angeles in order to reconcile past anguish. What the Harmons don't know is that the house they've moved into is haunted. But it's not haunted by Casperesque friendly ghosts -- it's haunted by demonic creatures. The creatures have a history of not only spooking the house's residents but also devouring them. After living in this house, family patriarch and psychiatrist, Ben, may need a shrink of his own.
The show has rarely made sense in terms of story, and this is no exception–Murphy and Falchuk know what their viewers are tuning in to see. Over the years the duo has transformed the series from the pop-up scare variety of “Murder House” days to the sexualization of violence we’ve often seen from the show since. [American Horror Story] Hotel, with its pointy peckers, bloody lips and endless lingerie offers it in abundance.--Amber Dowling, The Wrap, October 7, 2015
Drama, Horror, Suspense
American Horror Story is a highly successful series. That Tv Show won Golden Globe Best Television Series - Drama in 2012, Golden Globe Best Performance by An Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2012, Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series in 2012, Emmy (Primetime) Outstanding Miniseries or Movie in 2012, and Emmy (Primetime) Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie in 2012. This was Fox’s 105th Tv Show. American Horror Story was one of this most popular pieces. You can try similar series like Moonlight, Being Human, and Once Upon a Time.