American Horror Story (AHS) Crew Reunite Celebrates 100th Episode!
In case you were living under a rock, one of the most popular shows of FX, the American Horror Story celebrated its 100th episode this past week. AHS gave fans nine seasons of horror and drama and finally released its 100th episode. The Ryan Murphy show at one point also included the likes of Lady Gaga! Hence, to celebrate this moment FX threw a huge party themed around Halloween. The main cast including Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, and Emma Roberts were all there in their costumes.
The cast of American Horror Story celebrates Its 100th Episode in Style!
The AHS 100th episode party brought the previous and the current starts together to celebrate the show. Lily Rabe, Kathy Bates, Dylan McDermott, and Connie Britton, all were there. Everyone gathered under the same roof to enjoy the festivities of Halloween. We believe that Katy Bates stole the show by dressing up as a coyote. Perhaps, with Lady Gaga’s presence, this wouldn’t have been the case.
Other members of the cast who attended the 100th episode party of AHS were also there. Gus Kenworthy, Angelica Ross, Matthew Morrison, and Leslie Grossman were spotted. Moreover, Billie Catherine Lourd, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Emma Roberts also attended the event. Jessica Lange, unfortunately, could not be spotted in the celebrations.
The 100th episode of American Horror Story aired on the 23rd October as the title of “Episode 100”. The 9th season of AHS is called 1984; the 100th episode revolved around Camp Redwood in an ever dramatic and scary episode. While the show has received mixed reviews with their different seasons over time, IGN has called American Horror Story as one of the best TV shows of the last 10 years.
The co-creator of the show, Ryan Murphy, has taken anthology storytelling to a different level with AHS. The anthology format of AHS has managed to be one of the most prominent shows in this genre; with spiritual stories and of course, compelling cast, this show will indeed continue to gather more ratings.