As American Horror Story: Delicate comes to Disney Plus, we rank every season of the show from best to worst

Macaulay Culkin in American Horror Story (Picture: FX)

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American Horror Story fans don’t have long to wait until the latest spooky season arrives on our screens.

Delicate, the twelfth (technically fourteenth) installment in the AHS universe, will follow the story of a young successful woman struggling to conceive and the sinister twists and turns of the process.

The latest episodes, set for release on September 20, will see Kim Kardashian in her acting debut alongside fellow newcomer Cara Delevingne and AHS royalty Emma Roberts.

Based on Danielle Valentine’s book Delicate Condition, the cast also includes Matt Czuchry, and regular AHS cast members Billie Lourd and Zachary Quinto.

And this isn’t the only new outing of the franchise this year with a fresh season of spin-off American Horror Stories set for release on October 26 with five new chilling tales.

Since the horror franchise began we have gone to the circus, joined a coven, and witnessed the end of the world across 138 episodes.

But which bewitching tales ranked supreme, and which fell victim to its more cutthroat peers? Here, we rank every season of American Horror Story and American Horror Stories from best to worst ahead of the franchise’s return to our screens. Get your cushion ready to hide behind.

13. Double Feature

Macaulay Culkin made his AHS debut in Double Feature (Picture: FX)

We kick off our list with 2021’s Double Feature, the tenth season of the hit horror franchise.

Double Feature is split into two parts, with the first, Red Town, focusing on a family who move to Provincetown, Massachusetts, and meet the mysterious locals. The second, Death Valley, follows a group of camping students who stumble upon an extraterrestrial conspiracy.

Lourd, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Finn Wittrock, Frances Conroy, Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter, and Angelica Ross all returned to the series, alongside newcomers such as Macaulay Culkin, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Neal McDonough, Kaia Gerber, Nico Greetham, Isaac Powell, Rachel Hilson, and Rebecca Dayan.

Double Feature was beset with delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic and received mixed to positive reviews at the time of its release, with the finales to both parts often proving lackluster among fans and critics alike.

While the series is never shy with the gore and tackles some interesting concepts, it ultimately has a lot of ideas that do not feel fully fleshed out leading to an underwhelming conclusion in both.

12. Roanoke

Roanoke was based on the real-life mystery of Roanoke Island (Picture: Frank Ockenfels/Fx/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock)

In 2016, season six, Roanoke, was released following the story of a family living in a haunted house in North Carolina under the guise of a documentary.

Plenty of AHS talent returned to the fray, including Kathy Bates, Cuba Gooding Jr., Andre Holland, Denis O’Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, and Angela Bassett who were not present in Double Feature.

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Source:: Metro


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