How to watch American Horror Story season 11 – stream all 10 episodes of AHS: NYC anywhere

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AHS has redefined the horror genre, with its weird and wonderful universes – an asylum for the insane, a coven of witches, a traveling freak show, a haunted hotel and the apocalypse itself, to name a few. Now the show has been renewed for a whole three more seasons, so what’s in store for fans? Well, this time the terror may come all too close to home as brand-new season 11 of the acclaimed series comes to NYC. Below we'll tell you how you watch American Horror Story season 11 online  from anywhere today.

Watch American Horror Story season 11

Premiere date: Wednesday, October 19 at 10pm ET / PT

All episodes out now

Stream now: FX / Sling TV Blue for $10

International Streaming Options: FX Now (Canada)|Disney Plus (UK)|Binge (AUS)

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Touted by producers as “the deadliest year yet”, the series reverts to a single story format with different timelines for season 11 after the double feature in Season 10. The first two eagerly awaited episodes of AHS: NYC, season 11, dropped on Wednesday, October 19. 

As usual, fans have been kept on tenterhooks regarding the plot, but we've had glimpses of a fetish-scene New York, showing scenes of clubbing, leather and bondage alongside its the show's requisite tension and terror.

Fans will be delighted to see lots of AHS mainstays – people like Patti LuPone, Billie Lourd, Zachary Quinto, Sandra Bernhard Carver and Isaac Powell – as well as AHS debuts for Joe Mantello (Hollywood) and Charlie Carver (The Batman).

Tremble, New Yorkers, as American Horror Story comes to a street near you. All 10 episodes are out now and available to stream. We'll show you how below. 

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How to watch American Horror Story season 11 online in the US


American Horror Story landed on FX at 10pm ET / PT on Wednesday, October 19. All 10 episodes have now aired and are available to binge on.

If you're already set up with a TV package that includes FX then you're good to go! But if you're a cord-cutter, we recommend Sling TV - specifically the Sling Blue package, which includes FX and costs $35 per month.

Hulu subscribers can also watch FX content: either live with a Hulu with Live TV plan (at $64.99 per month), or wait until a day after broadcast to watch it on Hulu’s $5.99 on-demand only service which start at $7.99/month. There are a few Hulu plans and prices to choose between; however, only the basic plan provides a whopping 30-day Hulu free trial.

Out of country when American Horror Story season 11 lands? Don’t worry. By downloading a VPN you’ll still be able to connect to your streaming service, no matter where you are. 

How to watch American Horror Story online from outside your country

If you’re abroad when American Horror Story season 11 airs, you’ll be unable to watch the show on your usual streaming platform, owing to regional restrictions.

Luckily, there’s an easy solution. Downloading a VPN will allow you to stream the new season online no matter where you are. It's a simple bit of software that changes your IP address, meaning that you can access on-demand content or live TV just as if you were at home.

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How to watch American Horror Story season 11 online in Canada


AHS: NYC is available to Canadians at the same time as their American cousins, with episodes debuting on FX at 10pm ET / PT from Wednesday, October 19.

As long as you’re an FX cable subscriber, you'll be able to watch live as the episode airs. Alternatively, catch up through the FX Now streaming service, where you can also find every past season of American Horror Story. It's worth mentioning too that you'll need an FX subscription to watch either new episodes live or via the FX Now app.

You can consult your local provider to see pricing and options where you are if you don’t already have a cable package with FX to watch American Horror Story season 11.

If you’re already a paying customer with a FX package but aren’t at home in Canada right now, you can still catch all of the latest action. Simply download a VPN and use it to point your location back to Canada.

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How to watch American Horror Story season 11 online in the UK


Brits had to wait before sinking their teeth into American Horror Story season 11. But good news: all 10 episodes have now arrived on Disney Plus.

A Disney Plus subscription costs £7.99 a month – or £79.99 annually – and has all your favorite Marvel, Disney, Pixar, and 20th Century Fox films and TV shows, in addition to heaps more grown-up shows like The Walking Dead courtesy of the Star hub.

Want to catch up on seasons 1-10? Disney Plus has the all the episodes for the first 10 seasons available to stream.

Not in the UK right now? Don't worry. You can just use a VPN to alter your IP address so you can stream your favourite TV shows and films online just like you would at home - only from anywhere.

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How to watch American Horror Story season 11 online in Australia


Fans Down Under had to wait a little to catch AHS: NYC. But it's good news: Binge is now streaming season 11.

Subscription costs from AU$11.99 a month or $119.99 a year. That gets you access to a host of hit TV shows including Pam & Tommy.

Catherine Stephenson

Catherine is a freelance writer and translator. She works for various international companies, mainly writing about entertainment, health or business. She’s also written books on Barcelona, Audrey Hepburn and chocolate. Away from work you’ll find her checking out the latest series or with a camera round her neck and climbing a mountain or two.