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A young girl, Zoe, is shattered to discover she possesses a strange genetic affliction tracing back to the dark days of Salem. Zoe is whisked away to Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, a mysterious school in New Orleans devoted to safeguarding the few remaining descendants who share this unique bloodline. Harboring a secret agenda, Fiona Goode, the most powerful witch of their generation, returns to town, reigniting old rivalries with the Coven's deadly enemies, the Voodoo.

"American Horror Story" is almost back, and after screening the premiere episode of "Coven" (premieres Wed., Oct. 9 at 10 p.m. ET on FX) we can say that it's hands-down the most fun, most accessible and most delightful season so far. Yes, "American Horror Story: Coven" is delightful. That's not to say it isn't scary -- it's about witches, people! -- but there's a lighter, more comedic tone that makes meeting this particular group of present-day witches feel very real and relatable.

Jessica Lange plays Fiona, the Supreme witch of her generation, which means she has almost unlimited power -- except that she can't seem to stop herself from aging. Her daughter Cordelia, played by Sarah Paulson, is also a witch, but she's chosen to stifle her powers and live a more "normal" life. Of course normal in a Ryan Murphy show means running a school for "exceptional young ladies," a.k.a. young witches, in New Orleans, home of voodoo and the destination for witches fleeing Salem so many years ago.

The show kicks off in the 1800s with a truly gruesome introduction to Kathy Bates' character Madame LaLaurie, based on a real-life socialite-slash-serial killer who tortured her black slaves. We then cut to more modern-day witchery with Zoe (Taissa Farmiga) who learns about her powers the hard way before getting sent to Miss Robichaux's Academy in New Orleans.

The series flashes back to 1800s New Orleans, as well as Salem, showing the difference between witchcraft and voodoo powers: "The Salem witches are not immortal -- they have not found that ingredient of everlasting life -- so that is a big plot point," series co-creator Ryan Murphy teased, also noting that the show touches on issues of feminine power, sexual power and race relations, on top of commentary about how our culture deals with aging.

"No -- that was her caveat. [Laughs.] That's what I pitched her. The great thing about this show is, for the most part, everybody has one-year deals, so people who are on this show want to be on this show, which is always refreshing. Every year, I sort of gather Sarah [Paulson] and Jessica, and I say, 'This is what I'm thinking about, this is what I'm interested in, this is who I think you'll play.' So there's always the option of I want to come back or I don't.

"She liked that idea, and I think she particularly loved that she got to wear Saint Laurent heels and make-up this season after last year. It's just something completely different for her. She's such a great dramatic actress, obviously, but she hasn't in her career had a lot of occasion to do comedic stuff, and this part definitely has that. Her stuff with Kathy Bates in particular is very funny. "