Every ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘Crime Story’ Coming to Hulu
If you’re a fan of Ryan Murphy’s TV empire on FX, you may want to invest in a Hulu subscription if you haven’t already. The streaming service announced today that it was going to be the streaming home moving forward for Murphy’s American Horror Story, American Crime Story, and Pose.
Starting March 7, Murphy’s most recent American Crime Story, Impeachment, will be available to stream for the first time. The show examines the notorious Clinton impeachment scandal through the eyes of Monica Lewinsky, as played by Beanie Feldstein, and Linda Tripp, played by Sarah Paulson. March 7 is also the day you’ll be able to stream the entire run of Pose, the multiple-Emmy winning show about New York underground ball culture.
The prior ten seasons of American Horror Story were already on Hulu, and the app will now be the home for all future seasons as well. (The still-untitled Season 11 premieres this fall, and Seasons 12 and 13 of AHS have already been ordered as well.) Murphy’s wing of shows on Hulu also includes The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, as well as seasons of American Horror Story like Murder House, Coven, Asylum, Freak Show, Roanoke, 1984, Hotel, and Double Feature.
Between American Horror Story, Crime Story, and Pose, that’s 168 episodes in total. Combined, the series have won 42 different Emmy Awards. If you}re not a Hulu subscriber, the prolific Murphy has plenty of other shows streaming elsewhere; as of this writing The Politician, Hollywood, Halston, and Ratched are all available on Netflix.