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American Horror Story: Understand the connection between the seasons

WARNING, SPOILERS AHEAD!

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As per the 11th season of American Horror Story advances, fans of the anthology production wonder more about the connections the series may have. Created by Ryan Murphy, AHS — as it is also called — has become a major television phenomenon, even capable of winning awards to members of its main cast.

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While each year a new story is presented to viewers, Murphy has already revealed that all seasons are connected. In Murder House The NYCjust below, check out some of these connections hidden in the terrifying plots of the series!

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American Horror Story: seasons are connected? Look!

Along the scripts that came after the 1st season of AHS, Ryan Murphy went on to add some references in the episodes. There is a great connection, for example, between the seasons Murder House (2011) and apocalypse (2018) with the son of Tate (Evan Peters) and Vivien (Connie Britton), who becomes the antichrist, in this case, Michael Langdon (Cody Fern).

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Furthermore, in this, which consisted of the 8th season, Murder House also intertwines with the plot of coven (2013). Madison Montgomery (Emma Roberts) returns as a reborn witch, bonded with the original owners of the Harmons’ rented house in Season 1. There is also the participation of some characters seen previously during the course of the narrative, such as Ben Harmon himself (Dylan McDermott).

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In Asylum (2012), Pepper (Naomi Grossman) becomes one of the series’ most suffering characters. And during the events of Freak Show (2014), more information about her is brought to the public. She was originally part of Elsa Mars’ (Jessica Lange) Cabinet of Curiosities, being accused of having murdered her sister’s baby. With that, she was committed to Briarcliff, the mental institution from Season 2.

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Asylum also connects to Freak Show because of another character, Dr. Arthur Arden (James Cromwell). Amidst the mysteries surrounding his conduct, it was revealed that he had already assumed the identity of Hans Gruper, a member of the Nazi party. In fact, Arden was largely responsible for cutting off Elsa Mars’ legs while filming a snuff movie.

Did you like these connections? Which ones did you find most interesting?

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