FX will be celebrating Halloween this year with an American Horror Story marathon. What better way to spend the spooky holiday than watching FX’s dark and creepy new series? The marathon will consist of the first four episodes, one of which is set to debut for the first time tomorrow night. Details ahead!
American Horror Story is a drama created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and centers on a family who moved into a house where very bad things happen. The series is a dark drama, and not exactly kid-friendly (factoring in the gore and the mature content).
The marathon is set to air Monday, October 31st at 10:00 p.m. starting with the pilot and ending with the first part of the Halloween episode, which features an appearance by Zachary Quinto (Heroes, Star Trek). That episode will debut on October 26th, with the second part set to air on November 2nd.
An American Horror Story marathon is a great way for new viewers to check in with the show. And if you’re already sold on the series, you can kick back and eat what’s left of the Halloween candy while watching the first handful of episodes. Here’s the breakdown of the first four episodes, two of which haven’t aired yet (so consider yourself mildly spoiler-warned!).
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