American horror story: The Apocalypse connects all series in the same timeline, but the timeline finale also changes events at Murder House.
American Horror Story: The Apocalypse connects all episodes of the series in the timeline, but ultimately changes it significantly. Apocalypse is not only the season that confirms the theory that all seasons occur in the same universe and on the same time axis, but also seasons that throw a wrench into the whole by introducing time-traveling elements.
AHS: Apocalypse will occur in 2020 an alternative after nuclear Apocalypse has caused eternal winter. The season follows a group of victims hidden in an underground bunker called Outpost 3. When the event takes place, Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) comes to Outpost 3. Apparently, Michael is one of the babies born at the end of the first season, House Murder and he is the antichrist who is responsible for the origin of the Last Judgment.
Because the third season witch, Coven, knew this was true, they made elaborate plans to prevent it from destroying humanity. But Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) sacrifices, so Mallory (Billy Lourdes) has the power to return to 2015 and prevent the apocalypse by running away from Michael on the road and killing him before completing it can create the world.
At the end of the apocalypse, after killing Michael in the past, Mallory said, “Changing the past. Part of me will always wonder what it really means for the future.” This statement underscores the fact that while it prevents some bad things, it really cannot stop them. Although Mallory’s actions prevented the apocalypse and thus wiped out most of the eighth season event, they forever changed other season events, including Coven, Hotels, and especially Murder.
How does the end of the AHS apocalypse change the timeline of the series
The most obvious change in the entire timeline of American horror history, apart from the apocalypse that never happened, affected several events that occurred with Murder. Interestingly, most of what happens in the real season remains intact. Harmons moved into the house and Vivian was still dead, giving birth to twins Michael and Jeffrey (who died at birth) at the end of the season.
From there Michael lives and is accepted by Constance, but when he grows up at night and kills his housekeeper, he drives him away from where the stories are different. In the original, Constance (Jessica Lange) ends his life by keeping his soul trapped in the House of Murders, and Michael finds his way to the devil, where he receives the support he needs to reach apocalypse. However, in the new timeline, Michael was killed and none of this happened.
It was said that when Vivian was no longer destined to be the mother of the Antichrist, she and her family might never have been interested in living in a murder house, which essentially wiped out the first season. As can be seen at the end of the apocalypse, Timothy and Emily, the young couple who were first introduced at the start of the season, will be the new parents of a boy who might be the new Antichrist.
This new kid can find a murder house for himself when he set out to find his target when he is a little older, like Michael, and that the Coven witches will try to stop him. Given that Michael grew into a man so quickly, it also seems that this version of the Antichrist can appear in the coming seasons.