Watch 'American Horror Stories' 2021 Online Free: Stream 'AHS' Spinoff


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When Will American Horror Stories Premiere? We finally have that release date. The first two episodes in American Horror Stories' seven episode season will premiere on Thursday, July 15. Since the series will be an FX on Hulu exclusive, you need to make sure you have a Hulu account to watch this. Decider'American Horror Stories' on FX: Everything to Know

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If you’re an AHS superfan, you may want to know how to watch American Horror Stories online for free. American Horror Stories, which premiered FX on Hulu on July 15, 2021, is a spinoff of American Horror Story.

Unlike the original series, which premiered on FX in 2011 and features a new plot each season, American Horror Stories is a weekly show that tells a different story each episode. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show, which is executive produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk (who are also executive producers on the original series), the episodes are related to the themes of the OG show, such as a creepy asylum, a coven of witches, a traveling freak show, a haunted hotel and an apocalypse.

The trailer for American Horror Stories shows actress Amy Grabow playing Tipper Gore, the ex-wife of Al Gore, at an Infamous Parents Music Resource hearing in 1984. The hearing sought to put warning labels on explicit music. The trailer also starred names like Kaia Gerber, Charles Melton and Matt Bomer. A poster for American Horror Stories also saw the return of Rubber Man, the monster from season 1 of the original series.

If you love American Horror Story, you may want to know how to watch American Horror Stories online for free. Ahead are two ways to stream the spinoff at no cost.

The easiest way to watch American Horror Stories online for free is with Hulu’s 30-day free subscription. The service—which offers more than 1650 TV shows and 2,500 movies along with American Horror Stories—starts at $5.99 per month for its basic subscription with ads. It’s ad-fee plan costs $11.99 per month. Both plans come with a 30-day free trial, so users can binge-watch American Horror STories before committing to a subscription.

If you’re a Verizon customer (or know someone who is), there is another free option. For a limited time, customers with unlimited plans, such as Get More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited, have access to Verizon’s complimentary The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. Disney+ and ESPN are nice, but Hulu is the real reward here to watch American Horror Stories online for free.

So how do you claim your free Hulu subscription? Well, Verizon has a FAQ here that explains the steps a Verizon customer needs to take to access Disney+ for free, but here’s the gist: Go to My Verizon site or the My Verizon App. In the app, go to the Plans & Devices page and click Explore Adds. On the site, choose Account on the top menu and click Add Ons & Apps.

There, customers will be able to choose The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. After choosing the bundle, click Get It Now. Enter the email address you want to use for your subscriptions, check your email for confirmation and voila. You can now watch American Horror Stories online for free. The package ends in May 2021, so it’s best to sign up soon.

American Horror Stories is available to stream on Hulu.

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'American Horror Stories': Everything we know about the new show

Insider 15 July, 2021 - 03:40pm

For starters, each of the seven "American Horror Stories" episodes will feature a self-contained storyline — meaning that different characters and plot points will be explored throughout the season. 

It's unclear where or when the new season will take place, but the trailer seems to suggest that the haunted home from season one of "American Horror Story" (known to fans as "Murder House") will be in several episodes at least. 

Here's what we know about "American Horror Stories." 

In a recent Instagram post, Murphy (who also created "American Horror Story") shared details about the cast for the upcoming spinoff. 

Per Murphy's post, Aaron Tveit will play Adam, Kaia Gerber will play a character named Ruby, Paris Jackson will appear as Maya, Amy Grabow as Tipper Gore, and Danny Trejo will be playing Santa Claus. The "Pose" creator didn't offer any details on the characters the actors would be playing, leaving the rest up to viewers' imaginations. 

Murphy's post did reveal that several "American Horror Story" regulars would be appearing in the new series, including John Carroll Lynch, Billie Lourd, and Matt Bomer. 

A few weeks ago, Murphy also teased the involvement of actors Nico Greetham, Dyllon Burnside, Kevin McHale, and "Riverdale" star Charles Melton in the show. He captioned a picture of the four actors "The fantastic four," but didn't go into further detail about their characters. 

Murphy hasn't said yet whether fan favorites Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will show up in "American Horror Stories," but fans can definitely count on seeing them in the upcoming tenth season of "American Horror Story: Double Feature." 

While each season of "American Horror Story" is set in a different time and place (with a new set of characters each time), "American Horror Stories" will take the anthology-style format one step further, and feature completely separate storylines in each hour-long episode. 

This being a Ryan Murphy production, fans will likely recognize a few familiar faces throughout the season, but overall, each episode will be mostly self-contained. 

Per Deadline, every episode of "American Horror Stories" is a "standalone ghost story"— meaning that viewers can expect plenty of evil spirits and hauntings. 

Each episode will be available to stream exclusively on Hulu , as part of the FX network's new streaming-exclusive platform. One new episode will be released each week — except for the premiere on July 15, which will be a two-episode drop.

You can watch the trailer below.

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How to watch American Horror Stories online: stream the new series on Hulu now

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Stream Ryan Murphy’s new horror anthology series

Premiere date: Thursday, July 15

New Episodes: every Thursday up until August 19

Stream now: Try Hulu for FREE for 1-month (US)

International streaming options: Binge (AUS)

American Horror Story subjected us to Murder House and a haunted summer camp, dragged us to a Florida freak show, and booked viewers into a hotel with a high mortality rate, with a fresh narrative and setting each season.

If they didn't leave you with PTSD, you’ll be delighted to know that each weekly episode of American Horror Stories offers an utterly unique tale of terror, in a vein similar to The Twilight Zone and Hulu's own Into the Dark.

The series will feature fresh blood, including cast members Dyllón Burnside (Pose), Nico Greetham (The Prom), and Kevin McHale (Glee), and chart of brand new horrors. Expect a Drive-in Cinema screening something sinister, a disgruntled axe-wielding Santa (Danny Trejo), and dozens of nightmare-inducing apparitions.

But die-hard fans will be pleased that American Horror Stories remains true to the AHS universe. We'll return to Murder House, where Rubber Man is terrorizing its latest occupants, and be reunited with AHS alumni like Naomi Grossman, Billie Lourd, Matt Bomer, and John Carol Lynch (Twisty the Clown from season 4).

Ready for seven twisted tales of terror? Then read on as we detail how to watch American Horror Stories online now.

Hulu is bringing you more horror than you can handle, with the first two episodes of American Horror Stories ready to stream from Thursday, July 15. Subsequent instalments will drop at the same time each week.

All that's required is to sign-up for a basic Hulu subscription. It’s only $5.99 a month to access thousands of movies and TV shows, making it cheaper than both Netflix and Disney Plus. And, if you’re a student, it’s $1.99 a month for the exact same content.

But wait! New subscribers are entitled to a generous 30-day free Hulu trial. In that time you could watch most of American Horror Stories, and enjoy cracking movies like If Beale Street Could Talk, Palm Springs, and Parasite, in addition to all nine seasons of parent show American Horror Story and documentaries like Framing Britney Spears, a Hulu exclusive.

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If you want more of a complete cable replacement, there's also the option of  Hulu + Live TV at $64.99 a month. Its lineup of 75+ channels including ABC, ESPN, Fox, National Geographic, A&E and FX comes in addition to Hulu's extensive on-demand library - also offering a week-long trial so you can see if it works for you. 

Both Hulu and Hulu + Live TV support a wide range of devices, so there’s plenty of ways to watch your favorite shows: Apple and Android devices, Roku and Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Xbox consoles, Apple TV, Nintendo Switch and more.

You can also personalize your plan with Premium Channels like HBO Max and Showtime, pick Unlimited Screens, or choose Hulu (no ads) for uninterrupted streaming.

And if you love a bargain then it gets even better with the combined ESPN+, Hulu and Disney Plus bundle for the low price of $13.99 – that’s three streaming services for the price of Netflix’s Standard plan. That’s enough entertainment to keep the entire household happy – live sports, cartoons, exclusive Disney Plus originals, and a plethora of movies and TV shows. We think the Disney Plus Bundle is terrific value!

As of yet there’s no VOD platform or broadcaster confirmed for American Horror Stories in Canada. But, with all nine seasons of parent show American Horror Story currently on FX Now in Canada, we’d anticipate it turning up on there sooner rather than later. It’s a free to stream service, but you do need a cable provider so you can enter your username and password credentials.

It's unclear where the home of American Horror Stories will be in the UK, with no release date available right now. Fox UK previously aired new seasons of American Horror Story, but that channel has recently been disbanded by parent company Walt Disney Studios. In light of this, and following the move of fellow Fox property The Walking Dead to Disney Plus via the Star portal, we’d hazard a guess that American Horror Stories will follow in its footsteps and arrive on Disney's VOD service shortly. We’ll update this page once we have more information.

Aussies are in luck! Cable viewers can catch American Horror Stories on Fox Showcase every Friday from July 16, where the first two hour-long episodes will be broadcast back-to-back from 9pm.

If you’ve cut the cord, however, a Foxtel Now subscription is a good live TV alternative. It’s AUS$25 for their Essential Pop & Lifestyle pack, and you get access to over 25 channels including MTV, CNN, Fox8 and Fox Showcase, plus some choice on-demand content like Raised by Wolves and Doom Patrol. Better yet, new subscribers can enjoy a 10-Day Free Trial before exchanging any cash.

Looking for something more budget-friendly? Binge, Foxtel’s on-demand platform, will have new episodes available weekly from July 16 too. Its AU$10 a month for its Basic package, but if you splash out a little more you can get HD viewing and up to 4 streams. And there’s a 14-Day Free Trial available for new members too.

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[Review] “American Horror Stories” Struggles for Fresh Air in Lackluster Series Premiere

Bloody Disgusting 15 July, 2021 - 03:27pm

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Daniel Kurland is a freelance writer, comedian, and critic, whose work can be read on Splitsider, Bloody Disgusting, Den of Geek, ScreenRant, and across the Internet. Daniel knows that "Psycho II" is better than the original and that the last season of "The X-Files" doesn't deserve the bile that it conjures. If you want a drink thrown in your face, talk to him about "Silent Night, Deadly Night Part II," but he'll always happily talk about the "Puppet Master" franchise. The owls are not what they seem.

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This first week is the only time American Horror Stories will premiere two episodes at once. From now on we’re sticking with a weekly schedule. Episode 3 will premiere on Thursday, July 22.

Typically new episodes of FX originals premiere on Hulu around 5 a.m. ET. But because American Horror Stories is an FX on Hulu original, it follows a slightly different release schedule. Episode 3 will premiere on Thursday, July 22 at 12:01 a.m. ET. If you don’t see the episode appear immediately on Thursday, don’t panic. Just hit refresh and it should pop up.

Altogether there will be seven episodes in this spinoff series. Assuming that the series follows FX’s typical weekly release schedule, here’s when we can expect the rest of this season to premiere:

Later in the season Sarah Paulson will be returning to direct. Speaking of returning faces, AHS alumni Naomi Grossman, Cody Fern, Chad James Buchanan, John Carroll Lynch, Charles Melton and Billie Lourd are all set to star in this new series. They’ll be joined by newcomers Danny Trejo, Kevin McHale, Dyllón Burnside, Madison Bailey, Rhenzy Feliz, Amy Grabow, Nico Greetham, Ronen Rubinstein, and Dane Diliegro. Get ready to scream in joy and fear.

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