On September 2, 2014, show creator Ryan Murphy announced that all seasons are connected to each other in some way, which means he finally wrote the kind of narrative he wanted to write (but haven't written) in the only TV Series he created without any other creators or co-creators: Nip/Tuck (2003), a Golden Globe Winning drama series that inspired many artists around the world, including the Brazilian actor and singer Gustavo Goulart, who has publicly admitted that.

Ryan Murphy and Jessica Lange became so close friends during season 1 that Murphy has consulted with the actress when writing the other characters. For example, Lange wanted to play a big drunk scene and sing in season 2 (therefore Sister Jude does these things), she also wanted to play an elegant woman wearing Chanel in season 3 (therefore Fiona dressed impeccably). Lange herself is also a photographer, and she was particularly attracted to the circus world, especially during the 50s. Hence the character of Elsa Mars, owner of a freak show.

The first season used horror film scores for its soundtrack, most noticeably the scores from Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), "What Lies Beneath", "Psycho" and "Insidious". Also used the whistled "Twisted Nerve" from Twisted Nerve (1968). "Twisted Nerve" was also featured in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003). Asylum, also featured scores from other movies such as Carrie (1976) and Candyman (1992).

The season one house is a real location at 1120 Westchester Place in Los Angeles known as the Rosenheim Mansion. It was built in 1908 by architect Alfred Rosenheim as his own residence; Rosenheim was one of LA's most influential architects during the early 1900s. The house scenes in the pilot episode of "American Horror Story" were filmed on location at the Rosenheim Mansion, and then some of the house's interiors were replicated on a set. Exteriors continue to be filmed there on location.

You can actually stay at Miss Robichaux's Academy in Louisiana and create your own coven for $5,000 per night.

In season 4 (Freak Show), characters sing songs that were released after 1952 (the time period in which Freak Show takes place). Many fans criticized and disliked this, but there is a deep and unique reason to this idea. Ryan Murphy has said in an interview that he picked songs that were made by artists who were known as, or called themselves freaks. For example: David Bowie, Lana Del Rey, Nirvana, etc.

The 'murder house' featured in the series is in fact called Rosenheim Mansion. It was also used as the Frat House location on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1996)'s Halloween special Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Fear Itself (1999), in which the characters' fears manifest themselves.

Evan Peters plays Jimmy Darling in AHS: Freakshow. His character is based on the real life "Lobster Boy," Grady Stiles Jr..

Within the season "Freak Show", the character Twisty the Clown, played by John Carroll Lynch, was disliked by the National Clown Association of America for his inaccurate portrayal of clowns, and was thought to give clowns a bad reputation.

Ben Woolf, who played the character Meep in Season 4 and Infantata/Thaddeus Montgomery in Season 1, passed away after being hit by a car on February 23, 2015.

Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk stated from the beginning of the project that each season would feature a new story and cast.

Jessica Lange originally turned down the role of Constance in season 1, but finally accepted after creator Ryan Murphy repeatedly offered her the role.

The Hotel Cortez is inspired by the Hotel Cecil which has a dark history which includes several suicides, murders, and was stayed at by serial killers Richard Ramirez a.k.a. the Night Stalker and Jack Unterweger. The Hotel Cecil made news in 2013 with the mysterious death of Elisa Lam (to whom season five is dedicated).

Angela Bassett and Gabourey Sidibe had special credits as 'special guest stars' in Season 3 appearing in 12 of the 13 episodes.

Every season, including Freak Show with the Top hats, has given hints as to what the next season's theme would be.

Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson are the only actors to appear in every season. Evan Peters is the only one who's name appears in the main cast for every season. Sarah Paulson was a guest star in season 1.

While in character as Spalding (Coven), Denis O'Hare refused to speak.

Taissa Farmiga was 16 when filming the first season.

Connie Britton who played Vivien in Murder House, wanted to play a role in Coven, but had commitments to her show, Nashville (2012).

Married couple, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka were offered the roles of Chad and Patrick on season 1, but declined because Burtka didn't want to play a couple in constant fight so soon after A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (2011). He feared that people would think Harris and he were a troubled couple. They were both later featured in supporting roles during season 4.

Jessica Lange didn't return in the fifth season because she said it was too much to do 5 seasons of the same show, she wanted to do something different.

Dominique, the song we hear repeatedly during season 2, was interpreted by a Belgian nun called Soeur Sourire and was a big hit in Belgium, France and elsewhere during the 60's. She commited suicide with barbiturates on March 29 1985, because of financial problems. "Soeur Sourire" is French for "Sister Smile".

Emma Roberts and Evan Peters, who have each played major roles in multiple seasons of American Horror Story, share more than just a professional relationship. They began dating in 2012, and on January 6th, 2014, it was officially confirmed by 'People Magazine [us]' that the couple had gotten engaged over the holidays. They later split, but in September 2015, it was confirmed they were together again.

The Asylum in season 2 is actually a courthouse in Orange County California.

The title and credits font is "Charles Rennie Mackintosh" inspired by the Scottish architect of the same name.

The fifth season was confirmed after the first episode of the fourth season (Freak Show) was aired, due to high ratings.

Every scene involving Bette and Dot on season 4 required more than 10 hours to film, because it had to be repeated several times to film coverage and the interactions between Sarah Paulson, playing each time a different role, and the other actors.

In Season 4, Kathy Bates adopts a thick Baltimore accent. To do this, she listened to interviews with Barbara Mikulski, a United States senator from Maryland, and consulted a "Baltimorese" website.

Throughout the subtitled season, "Coven", almost every episode features a song written by Stevie Nicks. Some songs include "Edge of Seventeen", "Seven Wonders", "Sara" and "Rhiannon". The songs featured were both from her career in Fleetwood Mac or her own solo career.

The character 'Kit Walker', played by Evan Peters (AHS: Asylum: Season 2) shares the same name as the alter ego of Lee Falk's character, 'The Phantom' who has appeared in numerous books, short stories, comic strips, comic books, video games, films and television series.

Actor Chris Zylka was booked for a two-episode arc as a deaf, mute patient in the series' second season. However, Zylka was quietly dismissed from the show after refusing to shave his head for the role. Producers then wrote the role out in the wake of the actor's ouster.

Ben Woolf who plays Meep in season 4, also appeared as the Infantata in season 1 (episodes 1.1 American Horror Story: Pilot (2011) and 1.11 American Horror Story: Birth (2011)).

Kathy Bates (Kathy Bates), who stars in seasons three, four, five and 6, starred in Stephen King's Misery (1990), a horror film for which she won an Oscar. Jessica Lange was in contention for Bates' role in the film. They both costar in this horror anthology together.

It was reported that Eric Stonestreet was booked for a guest spot as a serial killer who shares scenes with Sarah Paulson's Lana Winters in Season 2, but the scenes were cut or left unaired for unknown reasons. A similar thing happened to Max Adler's role as Mr. Capshaw.

In season five there is a sub plot revolving around "The chicken coop murders" which is based on actual events. Denis O'Hare stars in this season as well as stars in the movie Changeling (2008) which is also based on " The chicken coop murders".

Out of the first four seasons, Freak Show was the first to not win a single acting trophy at the Primetime Emmy Awards.

Sarah Paulson's reporter walk-through scene in Asylum was pulled directly from actual footage of Bill Baldini's exposé piece on Pennhurst Asylum in Spring City, PA. Baldini's work led to the closure of Pennhurst and the release of all its patients. Pennhurst is now the location of a seasonal haunted house and has been featured on numerous shows, due to the reported extreme paranormal activity in Pennhurst's buildings.

When it came time to announce the theme for the 6th season, FX admitted that they had been releasing fake promos and trailers that had nothing to do with each other to confuse people on what it was really about.

Jeanine Deckers, singer of the song "Dominique", heard in season 2 "Asylum", was mocked in french-speaking countries for her chorus where she repeats three times the end of the name "Dominique" (talking of Saint Dominic). In French, she was using a very bad slang swearword to say that "Dominique is having sex", making the joke on her even worse, as the singer was a nun at the time of release. According to interviews of people who knew Jeanine, she wasn't aware of the slang interpretation, even after the song hit the number one spot in many charts around the world. Still a popular slang word, the first letter of the word is used in the name of the most famous French hip-hop act of all times, "NTM". The last two letters of their acronym stand for "Ta Mere", "Your Mother".

Every episode in Season Three of American Horror Story is rated an 8.0 out of 10 by IMDB users (as of June 2015)

The concept for season six was actually hinted towards in the first season and was originally going to be the plot for the first season.

Danielle Panabaker was considered for the role of Hayden in season one, but later on Kate Mara was cast instead.

Sarah Paulson missed three episodes of season 5 because she was shooting American Crime Story (2016) back to back.

In Season 4, "Freak Show", a knife throwing character was originally written, but, the idea was scrapped. However, some aspects still made it into the character, most notably, Elsa Mars (Jessica Lange) and her knife throwing wheel.

When Hotel premiered, people took note of the extent to which four of its actors - Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley, Finn Wittrock and Matt Bomer - look alike. In an interview, Jackson said that the reason for this may be that the Countess (Lady Gaga), having found her first love in Valentino (Wittrock), continues to pursue lovers who fit that mould.

Kathy Bates is one year older than Jessica Lange.

Jessica Lange said the worst thing about her character as Constance Langdon (from season one - Murder House), were the hairstyles.

Evan Peters revealed in a June 2016 interview that he originally was going to play Tristan, but at the last minute Ryan Murphy offered him the role of Mr. March, who had to be slightly rewritten since it was supposed to be 40-year old.

There is no actor to appear in every episode. Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters are the only actors to appear in every season.

The Rosenheim Mansion, actual location used for exterior shots is located 5 min (1.3 miles) from the home used for exterior shots of the HBO series Six Feet Under (2001) which is an actual location, 2302 W 25th St Los Angeles, CA.

The clues to Season 6 included in Season 1 are: one of Ben's patients fears a killer in a pig's head; and, the use, in a failed ritual, of the word "Croatoan" (a well-known reference to The Roanoke Colony, otherwise known as The Lost Colony).

Emma Roberts was originally to join in the fifth season and to do a great things with Mr. James March (Evan Peters) at the end of season, but she had to leave to film Billionaire Boys Club (2018).

With the exception of the first, fifth, sixth and seventh seasons there are 13 episodes in each season.

Jessica Lange says her favorite season was "Freakshow".

The musical theme played throughout Season 4 (Freak Show) is taken from the opening notes of the song "Black Sabbath" by Black Sabbath. It is played an octave or two higher and on violins, however. It is also played during the ending credit sequence of each episode.

During an interview for Scream 4 (2011),Emma Roberts admitted that she hates scary movies. She claimed to have hidden under the covers while watching the first 3 'Scream' films and now appears in this TV anthology which, coincidentally contains the word 'horror' in its title. She also starred in another horror series, Scream Queens (2015).

Edward Phillipe Mott, Evan Peters's character from the Roanoke series, is distantly related to Dandy Mott, played by Finn Wittrock, in the Freakshow series. The connection is mentioned by the historian in Roanoke American Horror Story: Chapter 5 (2016) when she says, "The house remained in the Mott trust for over a century, but it was always said madness ran in the family. The line ended in scandal when the last Mott died in south Florida in 1952." Freakshow took place in south Florida in 1952.

Kathy Bates and Jessica Lange previously starred together in Bonneville (2006) and Men Don't Leave (1990), their very first joint venture.

Emma Roberts previously worked with Evan Peters in Adult World (2013).

Mare Winningham and Finn Wittrock were only credited as special guest stars in Season 5 even though they were in 11 and 9 of the 12 episodes. Angela Bassett, Cheyenne Jackson and Matt Bomer, who were in the main cast, appeared in fewer episodes and had smaller parts.

Every single episode of Season 4 (Freak Show) is rated an 8.0 out of 10 by IMDB users (as of May 2015).

In season 5 episode 4, American Horror Story: Devil's Night (2015), the song "Carnival" by Natalie Merchant plays when serial killer Aileen Wuornos (played by Lily Rabe) is first introduced. This song was requested by the real Aileen Wuornos to be played at her funeral after she was executed.

Lady Gaga was so eager to be a part of the series, she actually called writer-producer Ryan Murphy for consideration, not vice versa as one might have expected.

Emma Roberts second time in which the plot revolves around a series of murders. The first time was in Scream 4 (2011).

The Show is going to be a haunted house for 2016 Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights.

Though she has appeared in a few TV movies of the week, this is Jessica Lange's first real stint with episodic television.

Season 2 is the highest rated season with an average of 8.477. The lowest rated season is season 5 with an avrage of 7.942. The other seasons as following; Season 1: 8.267 Season 2: 8.477 Season 3: 8.223 Season 4: 8.223 Season 5: 7.942 (As of September 2016)

Kathy Bates guest starred in season 3 of Six Feet Under (2001) along side Frances Conroy.

The Iphone recordings in season 6, when the characters are filming scenes for the reality show, were really recorded by the cast themselves.

In accordance with the rumors that the seasons are connected, one of the witches in Coven, Madison Montgomery (played by Emma Roberts) shares the same last name as the doctor who built the Murder House in the first season.

All of the floors in "Hotel" and the shots of the hallways with children are a nod to Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980).

In the first season of the show, Evan Peters' character, Tate Langdon, stated that he used to run for the school track-team before his death. Peters later on portrayed the mutant speedster Quicksilver in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and X-Men: Apocalypse (2016).

Oddly, Chester Creb's (Neil Patrick Harris) U.S. Army uniform does not have a Purple Heart ribbon, which is awarded for being wounded in combat. It does show he was a soldier with the 1st Infantry Division who received a Bronze Star. It is unknown if this was an oversight by the costume designer, or if Creb lied about receiving a serious head wound to account for his growing insanity.

Season 6 was the first season to be completely shut out of the Golden Globe Awards with 0 nominations.

Alison Pill's casting as Ivy Mayfair-Richards for season 7 came partly about because Ryan Murphy asked Sarah Paulson what performer she would like to act with, and Paulson said Pill.

Adina Porter was credited as guest star in Season 6 even though she appeared in every episode. Cheyenne Jackson, Evan Peters or Denis O'Hare were listed in the main cast but appeared in fewer episodes and had smaller parts.

Evan Peters has appeared in the most consecutive episodes (29 episodes). He appears in all of season 1 and 2 with his first absence being the season 3 episode American Horror Story: Burn, Witch. Burn! (2013).

John Carroll Lynch has an appearance in AHS Hotel. This is the second time he has been involved with a storyline about the Zodiac Killer. In the 2007 film Zodiac (2007), he played the most popular suspect in the case Arthur Lee Allen. In AGS Hotel he plays John Wayne Gacy, who performed as 'Pogo the Clown', seated across from the masked Zodiac killer.

In season 7, Evan Peters plays Kai Anderson, an ardent Trump supporter. In real life, Donald Trump was inaugurated as president on Evan Peters's 30th birthday, January 20, 2017.

As of season 7, through the series, there have been 9 Academy Award nominees (Jessica Lange, James Cromwell, Chloë Sevigny, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Gabourey Sidibe, Mare Winningham, Lady Gaga and Cuba Gooding Jr..). 3 of them won an Oscar (Jessica Lange twice, Kathy Bates and Cuba Gooding Jr.).

Connie Britton (Vivien Harmon) and Eric Close (Hugo Langdon) have also appeared together in Nashville (2012), as husband and wife.

The character of Edward Mordrake (Wes Bentley) who appears in Freakshow was mistakenly believed to have been an actual person, but that was revealed as a hoax. The hoax story goes: He was a 19th century aristocrat who was said to have suffered a form of Diprosopus. He had an extra face on the back of his head, which could neither eat nor speak out loud, although it was described as being able to laugh and cry. Edward reportedly begged doctors to have his "demon face" removed, claiming it "whispered" to him at night. No doctor would attempt the surgery. He later committed suicide at 23. However, this story has been proven to be false. Mordrake was discovered to have been the fictional creation of Charles Lotin Hildreth, who fabricated his story for a sensationalist article in the Boston Sunday Post in 1895.

Evan Peters' character, Tate, commits the school shooting in season 1 on the same day Kurt Cobain committed suicide.

Evan Peters' Freak Show character, Jimmy Darling, covers Nirvana's "Come As You Are" in American Horror Story: Test of Strength (2014). Evan's Season One character, Tate, was a fan of Nirvana, and died on the same day as Kurt Cobain.

The opening credits to each season are said to have clues to the events that will unfold as the season moves on. Coven was the first to involve animation, while Freakshow was the first to be fully animated.

All of the characters that Lily Rabe portrays have either died or are already dead. The same applies to Emma Roberts, Frances Conroy, Dylan McDermott, Finn Wittrock, Connie Britton, Zachary Quinto and many other cast members.

In Coven's finale, American Horror Story: The Seven Wonders (2014), two fates are foreshadowed. Before the test begins, there is a scene where Myrtle (Frances Conroy) states that it is the girls' last supper before one of them becomes the Supreme - the camera pans to Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) and Cordelia (Sarah Paulson), the latter of which becomes the Supreme; Myrtle also remarks that the "last meal" could be a literal last meal for one of them - the camera shows Myrtle looking at Misty (Lily Rabe), who dies and is unable to be resurrected.

With the exception of season 5. Kathy Bates' character has been decapitated in each season she has appeared in.

Ashley Rickards has shared the small screen with Evan Peters (Tate) before, portraying his girlfriend on the drama One Tree Hill (2003). Here, however, she is a victim of his murderous rampage as opposed to a love interest.

In Freak Show, Maggie Esmeralda's (Emma Roberts) death is foreshadowed in episode 4.4, American Horror Story: Edward Mordrake: Part 2 (2014), where Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) nearly saws her in half but fails. In a later episode she gets sawed in half by Chester (Neil Patrick Harris).

The "brain" that Connie Britton ate in Murder House was made of jelly.

Thaddeus Montgomery/Infantata (Ben Woolf) was the first to live in, but not die, in the murder house (season 1). Constance (Jessica Lange) was the second.

Season 1. Victims of the school shooting have last names that include: Boggs, Greenwell, Stanley, Stapleton, Gedman. These are also last names late 80's Boston Red Sox players.

Despite the very grim and violent subject matter, all the season finales end on happy notes for deserving characters, if in sometimes roundabout ways.

In season one, if you died in the house you remained in the house, yet Tate (Evan Peters) wasn't at the house when the school shooting victims confronted him. This was because it was Halloween and he could roam freely.

In the third season, Frances Conroy's character, Myrtle Snow, has two different colored eyes. After being burned at the stake, the first time she is resurrected by Lily Rabe's character, Misty Day. When she first opens her eyes, her eyes are both blue.

None of Sarah Paulson's characters have died in the show in seasons 1-4. Ryan Murphy announced that for "Hotel", that would change.

Evan Peters, Emma Roberts and Taissa Farmiga had a sex scene in Coven, Evan was supposed to be shirtless, but he wasn't because of his tattoo on the hand.

Many of the background Music Soundtracks in AHS "Hotel" are also used in the movie The Hunger (1983) starring David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve as two very old Vampires that bleed their victims using a small knife disguised as a necklace they wear around their necks. Many of their victims come from nightclubs, much like Lady Gaga and her male partner in AHS "Hotel". There are other similarities from "The Hunger" as well.

During the 4th episode of season 5, American Horror Story: Devil's Night (2015), James Patrick March (Evan Peters) holds the annual Devil's Night Soriee, the guest list including notorious American serial killers such as Alieen Wuornous (Lily Rabe), John Wayne Gacy (John Carroll Lynch), Richard Ramirez (Anthony Ruivivar), Jeffery Dahmer (Seth Gabel) and the Zodiac Killer. Interestingly enough, the actor John Carrol Lynch who plays Gacy in this episode, was in David Fincher's 2007 film Zodiac (2007), based on the Zodiac killings in Northern California in the late 1960's and 70's. Lynch played Arthur Leigh Allen, who was considered to be the most prominent suspect for the Zodiac Killer in the actual case of the murders.

AHS Hotel is based on the Cecil Hotel in LA and both hotels have a similar history. Like Donovan it was a well known junkie hang out with many overdoses occurring through the years. Sally resembles the 1937 case of Grace E.Magro who fell to the ground from her window. It was undecided weather she jumped or was pushed to her death. In episode 5.4, American Horror Story: Devil's Night (2015), where Richard Ramirez 'The Night Stalker' (Anthony Ruivivar) gets a room, the real Ramirez actually did spend time in the hotel frequently and used it as a stop gap between killings. And to link it all in, Elizabeth Short 'The Black Dahlia' (Mena Suvari) who appeared in AHS Murder House, had visited the Cecil Hotel. It was noted as one of the places she was last seen.

Kathy Bates portrays a mother in every season she is featured. In season 3 (Coven) she has three daughters, in season 4 (Freakshow) she is Jimmy Darling's (Evan Peters) mother, in season 5 (Hotel) she is Donovan's (Matt Bomer) mother and in season 6, she played "The Butcher", who was mother to Wes Bentley's character in the "My Roanoke Nightmare" segment.

On Twitter, Lady Gaga posted a video of herself, saying she was going to be on American Horror Story for season 5 and the season's plot would be take place in a hotel.

In season 2, Episode 9 American Horror Story: The Coat Hanger (2012), Brooke Smith plays Dr. Gardner; a psychiatrist who's patient is Bloody Face's son (Dylan McDermott). Bloody Face and seemingly his son, have a tendency to make home furnishings from the skin of women. Brooke Smith also played Catherine Martin in The Silence of the Lambs (1991); a character who was kidnapped by Buffalo Bill - a villain who made home furnishings and clothes from the skin of women.

Only a few characters have appeared in more than one season, but this trend is rapidly growing popular. They are Pepper (Naomi Grossman in Asylum-Freak Show), Sister Mary Eunice McKee (Lily Rabe in Asylum-Freak Show), Dr. Arden/ Hans Grüper (James Cromwell in Asylum-Freak Show), Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe in Coven-Hotel), Dr. Charles Montgomery (Matt Ross in Murder House-Hotel), Marcy (Christine Estabrook in Murder House-Hotel), Billie Dean Howard (Sarah Paulson in Murder House-Hotel), and Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson in Asylum-Roanoke)

During the zombie siege sequence from Season 3, Episode 5, American Horror Story: Burn, Witch. Burn! (2013), Quennie (Gabourey Sidibe) jokes they're under attack from the "Army of Darkness". Later in the same episode, when Zoe (Taissa Farmiga) lures the army from Nan (Jamie Brewer) and Luke (Alexander Dreymon), she goes for the work shed and grabs a chainsaw. These sequences could be a reference to the The Evil Dead (1981) series.

Misty Day (Lily Rabe) never saw Cordelia's (Sarah Paulson) real eyes. Before Misty and Cordelia met, Cordelia's eyes were blinded by acid that was thrown in her face. She was given replacement eyes by Myrtle (Frances Conroy) after she met Misty, but she torn them out while Misty was trapped in a coffin. When Cordelia becomes the Supreme her eyes are healed, but this was after Misty died in the Seven Wonders.

In season 5, episode 3 American Horror Story: Mommy (2015), Chloë Sevigny's character gets coffee at the hospital for one of her child patients, and when she pushes the buttons for a coffee, she's pushes "A5". An obvious message that American Horror Story is in its 5th season,

Asylum and Cult are the only seasons to not feature ghosts.

Kathy Bates' horrible character in Coven, Delphine LaLaurie, was a real woman in the 1800's, known for her brutality towards slaves and believed to be a serial killer as depicted in the show. Unlike in the show, she was not killed (or made immortal, obviously) by a mob, but a mob did storm her house and she was forced to flee to France with her family, where it's speculated that she died many years later.

Sarah Paulson has played two roles multiple times in a season finale as a character from the current season and a previous season. The first time was in the season 5 finale, American Horror Story: Be Our Guest (2016), when she came back as Billie (season 1) and the second time was in season 6 as Lana (season 2).

Ryan Murphy told Finn Wittrock that Tristan and Elizabeth Taylor (Denis O'Hare) were going to be revealed as a couple (in season 5 - Hotel), a few episodes prior to the revelation, so he could subtlety played the connection between the characters.

The season 3 character Madison Montgomery, played by Emma Roberts, is said to be related to the Season 1 character, Charles Montgomery (Matt Ross). Interestingly, both the characters tried to bring the dead back to life. Charles brought back his son while Madison brought back Kyle Spender (Brando Eaton) to life. Ironically, neither of them were fully successful either.

Grace's story in season 2 is similar to Lizzie Borden. The actress that plays Grace also shares her first name with her - Lizzie Brocheré.

As of Roanoke, in each season at least one character suffered from parental issues, most notably with their mothers. These characters include: -Tate Langdon (Evan Peters) (Murder House) -Johnny Morgan (Dylan McDermott) (Asylum) -Cordelia Foxx (Sarah Paulson) (Coven) -Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) (Freak Show) -Donovan (Matt Bomer) (Hotel) -Jether Polk (Finn Wittrock) (Roanoke) There were many others, but these are among the most notable.

Out of the 4 seasons she is in, season 1 is the only season that Jessica Lange's character doesn't die.