‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Episode Ends Leaving Audience In Suspense; Would The Countess Die in Jan. 6 Episode?
The last episode of “American Horror Story: Hotel” (AHS) ended with a cliffhanger. Viewers are still confused whether Lady Gaga’s the Countess is really dead in season 5?
“AHS” is popular especially for its supernatural visuals. The final shot from “She Gets Revenge” is also worth remembering for its visual appeal.
Iris and Liz attacked Donovan and the Countess with guns, reports Daily Mail. They have also decided to commit suicide because they want to set themselves from Cortez. Since the episode ended with bullets shot from guns and with no clear clue about what happened after that, fans obviously were left asking question that would the Countess succumb to death finally. Can it be true?
FX’s “American Horror Story: Hotel” would have two more episodes to entertain the viewers. In the season 5, the plot revolves around the Countess mainly and if she dies, there should be no episodes after that it can be said. It is also true that the Countess has such disposition that she would kill herself rather than be subjected to the humiliation of being killed by Liz and Iris, reports Cinema Blend.
The “American Horror Story: Hotel” spoiler suggests that in the new episodes, Lady Gaga’s the Countess would be seen in all her grace standing in the elevator. But this could also be a flashback, viewers. Ryan Murphy knows how to keep the viewers engaged. It can also be expected that the Countess would survive and inflict a lot of harm in the coming episodes.
It cannot be said whether Donovan would survive the shootout or not. He has put to death Rudolph Valentino, the Countess’ special one and she is expected to be all mad about it.
Whatever may be, the last scene would keep humming into viewers’ mind- when Iris and Liz broke open the door like it happens in movies and they point guns and all that. The Drake’s “Hotline Bling” played in the background set the mood of the scene too.
Do watch “American Horror Story” on Wednesday, Jan. 6.
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