[PHOTOS] ‘American Horror Story’: Top 10 best deaths of all time

Over the past six seasons, Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series “American Horror Story” has racked up a body count to rival even “Game of Thrones.” As the show approaches the end of the sixth installment — the season finale of “American Horror Story: Roanoke” airs November 16 — we’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 deaths across all six “AHS” seasons (see photos above). Some are tragic, some are disturbing, and others are downright comical. But above all else, they are extremely memorable. Do you agree with our list?

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Besides racking up deaths, the franchise has also racked up an impressive 15 victories at the Emmy Awards, including acting wins for Jessica Lange (“Murder House” and “Coven”), Kathy Bates (“Coven”) and James Cromwell (“Asylum”), and continues to be one of FX’s most watched programs of all time. How does this often violent series continue to be such a ratings and awards success? One of the secrets, of course, is that anyone can die at any time, which truly makes the show must-see TV.

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“American Horror Story 6” continues the show’s ratings success, averaging around three million viewers per week. The show focuses on a married couple whose traumatic experience after purchasing an old farmhouse in North Carolina becomes the subject of a hit docu-series. The season stars “American Horror Story” regulars Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Denis O’Hare, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett and Evan Peters, alongside “The People v. O.J. Simpson” star and Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr.

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