How to Watch 'Pose' and 'American Crime Story' When They Leave Netflix
By ETonline Staff
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Ryan Murphy's weird and wonderful creative world has managed to bring just about every TV genre into our homes — from spine-tingling horror stories to tragic re-tellings of historic events. And soon, Murphy's impressive TV catalog will live under the same streaming roof, too — with seasons of Pose, American Crime Story and more, all available to watch in the same place.
Regardless of your TV show preferences, you've more than likely seen (and enjoyed) Ryan Murphy's work in some capacity. Perhaps you've loyally tuned into every hauntingly-addicting season of American Horror Story, have obsessed over the eclectic performances in Pose, or maybe you've simply felt nostalgic binging episodes from American Crime Story.
The collection of these three shows has collectively earned 165 Emmy Award nominations. And now, for the first time — after being hosted on numerous streaming platforms — all three shows will be available to stream on Hulu beginning March 7.
While American Horror Story’s 10-season library already lives on Hulu, other shows like Pose and American Crime Story will leave Netflix and move exclusively to Hulu. And beyond current episodes, all future seasons of American Crime Story and American Horror Story will also be available to binge on Hulu after their linear debuts on FX.
Here's everything to know about how and where to stream Ryan Murphy’s most acclaimed and award-winning hit shows — like Pose, American Crime Story and American Horror Story.
Where to watch Pose, American Crime Story and American Horror Story:Ryan Murphy’s most acclaimed and award-winning hit shows will all be available to stream on Hulu beginning March 7.
How to stream Pose, American Crime Story and American Horror Story:
Subscriptions for Hulu start as low as $7 monthly for an ad-supported plan, while its ad-free counterpart costs $13 per month. Hulu subscribers can also enjoy access to other trending shows like The Dropout and Pam & Tommy, plus an original miniseries catalog that includes The Act, Little Fires Everywhere, and so much more.
A subscription to Hulu + Live TV includes access to Disney+ and ESPN+, which starts at $70 per month. For an extra $6, you can get the Hulu + Live TV ad-free plan. New users can also try any tier of Hulu free for 30 days.