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Episode 1 : BitchcraftEpisode 2 : Boy PartsEpisode 3 : The ReplacementsEpisode 4 : Fearful Pranks EnsueEpisode 5 : Burn, Witch. Burn!Episode 6 : The Axeman ComethEpisode 7 : The DeadEpisode 8 : The Sacred TakingEpisode 9 : HeadEpisode 10 : The Magical Delights of Stevie NicksEpisode 11 : Protect the CovenEpisode 12 : Go to HellEpisode 13 : The Seven WondersKeywords:
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Creators of "American Horror Story - Season 3"Brad FalchukRyan MurphyBirthdate: 30 November 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Critic Reviews of "American Horror Story - Season 3"NerdistJuly 26, 2016
I really, really liked this episode. The show seems like it's injected a good dose of "camp" into Coven, and I, for one, am happy about it.HitFixJuly 26, 2016
I can't say this season, with this annoyingly Hogwarts storyline, seems as promising as I hoped it would be. But let's keep our fingers crossed (or say a little spell).We Got This CoveredAugust 02, 2016
The plot is all a bit melodramatic and the characters might be just a little too sassy, but simply put, it's a fun show.Den of GeekAugust 02, 2016
Overall, there are some cool threads that are started here in this episode, and director Alfonzo Gomez-Rejon brings a great eye in his direction.Rolling StoneJuly 20, 2016
AHS: Coven's strength lies in its individual flawless images.New York Magazine/VultureJuly 19, 2016
Aaaaaand that's one action-packed, satisfying, yet hurl-worthy episode.TV.comJuly 18, 2016
Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have always constructed AHS's seasons as basically horror mixtapes, and the third time around feels just as fresh, ambitious, and insane as before, but with tighter construction and more instantly appealing characters.TV EqualsJuly 12, 2016
It was a solid premiere, and I think the more straight-forward approach bodes well for what the season will hopefully turn out to be if they don't get overly ambitious.Slant MagazineJuly 12, 2016
Like Asylum before it, Coven is immediately striking for how brutally it cuts to the bone of the subtext of alienation and subjugation that fuel the sources of Murphy and Fulchak's various riffs.ScreenRantJuly 07, 2016
With so many conversations the show clearly saw as significant being left unanswered, it seems Coven was regrettably content to simply point to problems without wanting to have a deeper discussion.
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