How to Watch ‘American Horror Story’ Online – Live Stream Season 9 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / August 25, 2019

Those who love the quirky stories of the American Horror Story series know that a new season is coming on. This time around, the season will be named 1984, and it promises to draw inspiration from 80's classic horror slasher films like Friday The 13th. Either way, we want to watch the show online and will teach you how to do it too.

American Horror Story 1984 will premiere on FX on September 18th, and we cannot wait to watch the show online. As always, Emma Roberts,  Sarah Paulson, Gus Kenworthy, and others will be joining the cast.

If you also want to learn how to watch American Horror Story online we're going to give you a helping hand.

How to Watch American Horror Story Online?

It's been many years now that we started preferring watching content online, so it's no surprise that people will try to watch from anywhere they go. This may cause some issues because live TV platforms and streaming services are geo-blocked, so you can't watch them when you are outside of the United States. The issue can be fixed quite easily if you'll use a VPN service to change your IP address and trick the system into believing you are still in the United States. Let's see exactly what steps you need to follow to get things done.

Can You Watch American Horror Story on the FX Website?

Yes, that is something that you can do, seeing as there is a live stream present on the network's website. In order to access this stream, however, you're going to need to use credentials from your TV provider to log into an account. The provider can either be a live TV service or a cable company.

How to Watch American Horror Story Without Cable?

It has become easier than ever to watch TV online these days. There are numerous live TV platforms available that will provide you access to dozens of channels for a much better price than cable companies can. Not only that, but it seems there are no contracts involved, so you can unsubscribe whenever you no longer like the service, without paying any type of penalties. Furthermore, these services enable users to watch TV online with as little as a smartphone that has an internet connection. Let's see which ones can help you enjoy the American Horror Story series.

fuboTV - We are starting our list with fuboTV, which is a service that was originally intended for sports lovers. They have branched out quite a bit in the past few years, and added loads of entertainment channels. FX is the channel that is present in the main bundle, so you get to watch it quite easily. If you want to add more content to your subscription, it is possible to add a bunch of channel packs and several premium networks as well.

Sling TV - Our list includes Sling TV, which is a very versatile platform, with loads of customization options. There are three bundles available here, but FX is only present in two of them, namely Blue, and Orange + Blue. Aside from the financial aspect of choosing your perfect bundle, you should also know that if you go with the Blue bundle you will be able to watch TV on up to three devices at once, while if you go with the Orange + Blue bundle you can watch on up to four devices at the same time. As mentioned, there are a lot of channel packs available to add to your subscription, as well as quite a few premium networks, and A La Carte channels.

Hulu - The list continues with Hulu, which is a service that is quite famous thanks to the video-on-demand library that it offers people. There is a single bundle of channels presents here, and it does include FX, so you can watch the American Horror Story. If you want more diversity, there are a couple of channel packs available for you and several premium networks as well, including HBO.

YouTube TV - Our list also includes YouTube TV, which comes from the Mountain View Internet giant. All subscribers get to enjoy unlimited cloud DVR storage space, which is quite awesome. FX is part of the main bundle, and there are no additional channel packs to add anyway. You can add a bunch of premium networks, however, if you're keen on getting more channels.

AT&T TV Now - Next up we have AT&T TV Now, which is a service that comes with seven bundles to choose from. Two of them were added recently, namely Plus and Max, while the other five - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas, have been around for a long time but were given a new price and name change. FX is present in all seven bundles, so you can choose the one you like best. If you want to customize your plan, you can add a couple of channel packs featuring Spanish networks and three of them featuring international networks. Several premium channels are also available.

PlayStation Vue - We have PlayStation Vue to conclude our list and it is a great service that offers all subscribers enough cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five parallel streams, which is more than we can say about its competitors. There are four bundles available on Playstation Vue, namely Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. All four of them feature FX, so you can watch American Horror Story regardless of the bundle you choose in the end. There are only a couple of channel packs available that you can get and several premium networks.

Can You Binge-Watch on American Horror Story?

Yes, that is something that you most definitely must do, and can do, by checking out the FX website. You will also be able to find American Horror Story episodes on both Netflix and Hulu, depending on which one you have.

It is also possible to purchase episodes from American Horror Story from platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu. Please check all the links before making any purchase, as they may have better deals available so you can save some money.

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