When is the next episode of AHS: 1984? How to watch on TV and online
13 November 2019, 08:58 | Updated: 13 November 2019, 09:01
Is American Horror Story: 1984 on tonight? From the release times of every episode to the titles, here's where to watch AHS 1984 online and on TV.
After an eventful crossover season with Apocalypse, American Horror Story returns for season 9 with an all new setting, an all new cast and an all new mystery. AHS: 1984 will take us all the way to Camp Redwood, a summer camp which was once the location of a deadly massacre.
Starring Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Cody Fern and Leslie Grossman, alongside several new faces including Angelica Ross and DeRon Horton to name a few, 1984 will be sure to serve up the long-awaited fan requested summer camp slasher season we deserve. (Honestly, judging by that trailer, we're in for a real Friday the 13th inspired treat.)
But the big question is: when is the next episode of AHS: 1984 on? And where can you watch it online? Here's everything you need to know:
Wha time does American Horror Story: 1984 start?
When is the next episode of AHS: 1984?
Episode 9 of American Horror Story: 1984 (9x09, titled 'Rest In Pieces') will air on Wednesday 13th November at 10pm ET on FX.
For those in the UK, AHS: 1984 will air on Thursday 14th October at 10pm on FOX. It will also be available to watch on Now TV on the same day.
AHS: 1984 episode titles: How many episodes will there be?
There will be 9 episodes of 1984, making the season the shortest so far. Here are the episode titles:
Episode 1: "Camp Redwood" (aired on September 18)
Episode 2: "Mr. Jingles" - (aired on September 25)
Episode 3: "Slashdance" - (aired on October 2)
Episode 4: "True Killers" - (aired on October 9)
Episode 5 - "Red Dawn" - (airs on October 16)
Episode 6 - "Episode 100" - (airs on October 23)
Episode 7 - "The Lady in White" - (airs on October 30)
Episode 8 - "Rest in Pieces" - (airs on November 6)
Where can I watch AHS: 1984 online? Is AHS: 1984 on Netflix?
American Horror Story: 1984 will air on FX channel. You can also stream online live, or watch on-demand after the episode has aired, on Hulu. (DirecTV, YouTube TV and other subscription services will also have the FX channel available so you can get your fix.)
Following the Disney/Fox merger, the FX+ subscription service was shut down on August 20th. This means that subscribers will no longer be able to get a first look at the episode before it airs on TV.
Unfortunately, AHS: 1984 will not be available to watch on Netflix. It will likely drop on the streaming service one year after it airs on TV, following the pattern of Cult and Apocalypse.
If you're in the UK, you can watch AHS: 1984 on FOX and on Now TV after it airs.
AHS 1984 plot: What will happen in American Horror Story: 1984?
Taking place at Camp Redwood, the season will follow an '80s slasher movie vibe and aesthetic. A group of young adults head to Camp Redwood for the summer after Xavier (Cody Fern) is hired to work there. On the way there, they accidentally run someone over and then later discover that the camp site was once the location of a huge summer massacre.
Brooke (Emma Roberts), a survivor of a serial killer attack, doesn't take well to that lil' nugget of information and is immediately weary of her surroundings. In the trailer, we see the group (including Billie Lourd, DeRon Horton, Angelica Ross and Gus Kenworthy) all face off against a knife-wielding serial killer.
The season takes inspiration from iconic '80s slasher movies such as Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street with a little sprinkling of '90s hit I Know What You Did Last Summer.
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I am so excited to share with you the new AMERICAN HORROR STORY title sequence by our longtime collaborator Kyle Cooper and our new friend Corey Vega, who ignited this concept with an original “fan" cut he posted on Twitter after the 1984 season was announced. I liked it so much, I decided to bring him on board to work together with Kyle as they evolved the concept into something major. Congratulations Corey! 1980s horror never looked so good. @broadway1228