It’s hard to believe American Horror Story’s third season is coming to an end. If times moves quickly for any horror series, it’s this one. It isn’t even over and I’m pining for it. Coven has been a powerhouse thus far and I can only pray it ends in a fitting and devastatingly awesome climax.
The season finale In the finale, “Seven Wonders” airs this Wednesday @ 10pm on FX. Who do you think will grab the coveted title? I’ll surely be wrong, but here’s a list of my potential winners. If I’m wrong, I was obviously cursed, hexed, or just flaked out. Best of luck with your guesses.
The Seven Wonders include telekinesis, concilium, transmutation, divination, vitalum vitalis, descensum and pyrokinesis; all of which must be successfully pulled of to be the next Supreme.
Madison: 2 in 10 chance.
Zoe: 8 in 10 chance.
Cordelia: 7 in 10 chance.
Queenie: 3 in 10 chance.
Misty Day: 9 in 10 chance.
Spaulding: 0% but he might sleep with the losers’ bodies.
Kyle: 100% chance of annoying me for an entire season.
“The time comes for the girls to face the test of the Seven Wonders. The night before, Myrtle serves them one last meal together as equals. It’s time to find the new Supreme, a witch who Cordelia hopes “can lead the way out of an era of strife and chaos, towards repair and rejuvenation.” With the Witch Hunters gone, perhaps they’ll even be able to live in the open. As morning dawns, Madison is feeling vulnerable yet full of steely determination, Queenie struggles to believe she could be the one, Misty is terrified, and a sober Zoe puts on dark lipstick like it’s war paint. The trials begin, and Madison aims snarky barbs at Zoe – followed by more violent intent as the trials go on – while Misty is surprised to find herself giddy at her own successes. But tragedy strikes as the trials go very wrong. Later, as the new Supreme finally rises, she finds herself having to begin her reign by performing a heartbreaking task. And finally, before the Coven can return to strength and prominence, there is one last piece of unfinished business for the new Supreme to attend to.“