Ratings for "American Horror Story" continue to creep upward, with the first hour of the show’s Halloween special drawing almost 3 million total viewers on Wednesday night, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The show’s debut, with 3.2 million viewers, is still the program’s most-watched episode, but its most recent episode reached a series high among adults 18 to 49, the story says. In that demographic, the show drew 2.2 million viewers.
"American Horror Story" is one of only two FX dramas that have posted higher 18-49 numbers in their fourth week than their debuts, the article points out. The other drama to achieve this, "Nip/Tuck," is also from Ryan Murphy.