'American Horror Story' to Marathon on Halloween
The horror drama will roll out its two-part holiday-themed episode.
FX is going all out for Halloween, airing the first four episodes of American Horror Story in a special marathon.
On Monday, Oct. 31 beginning at 10 p.m., the Ryan Murphy-Brad Falchuk created horror drama will be broadcast for four hours.
In addition to the Halloween marathon, the first part of a two-hour themed episode -- marking the first appearance by Heroes alum Zachary Quinto -- will air Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 10 p.m. The second part will air the following week at the same time. “It feels like a fall show,” Murphy said of his FX series, showing optimism that the two-parter will have a similar effect to AMC's The Walking Dead.
For its series debut, American Horror Story debuted to 3.2 million total viewers before dropping to 2.46 million in its second week.
What's Hot in TV
- MOST SHARED
- MOST POPULAR