It's been a full decade of American Horror Story, and we're still having a killer time.
Following the horror anthology's season 10 finale, which aired on Oct. 20, we found ourselves looking back at all the terrifying TV moments the series has given us. Between killer clowns and fatal rubber men, American Horror Story has never been afraid to push the envelope.
However, with that kind of risk-taking come some inevitable missteps. Yes, Lady Gaga's vampiric performance as the Countess in American Horror Story: Hotel was legendary, but we could've done without the prone-to-rape addiction demon from that same season.
Season two, titled American Horror Story: Asylum, boasted brilliant characters, including Jessica Lange as the no-nonsense nun, Sister Jude. However, we can't say we totally followed the alien plot or the supposed reemergence of Anne Frank.
Meanwhile, despite its slow start, AHS: Apocalypse was surprisingly delightful and paid homage to previous seasons. Unfortunately, it felt like a final season for the series, making the seasons following it feel, er, irrelevant. Sorry, AHS: 1984, it's not your fault.
Taste is, of course, subjective, and one viewer's train wreck may be another's feminist masterpiece. (We're looking at you, AHS: Coven.)
As for where we stand? Be sure to check out our ranking of all the seasons of American Horror Story below!
Catch the American Horror Story: Double Feature finale on Hulu now.
(A version of this story was originally published on Aug. 25, 2021 at 10:26 a.m. PT.)