American Crime Story Will Be Leaving Netflix

Jay Jangid
2 min readFeb 15, 2022

All the fans of American Crime Story, there is one sad piece of news for you. The sad news is that the series American Crime Story is going to leave Netflix in March 2022. This is the Ryan Murphy-produced anthology series and it will be departing because the licenses for the series are finally going to be over for Netflix. Here is the information that you need to have related to this series.

Do you know? American Crime Story is an award-winning series aired first on FX although it came to Netflix through a licensing deal still, it is the best and the most award-winning series of Rayan Murphy. Every region carrying Netflix received the first season for this series back in the year 201 and the second came out in the year 2019. The first season for the series was titled The People v. O.J. Simpson and recounts the trial of O.J. Simpson, it was dubbed The Trial of the Century. The season starred some of the best personalities John Travolta, David Schwimmer, Sarah Paulson, and Selma Blair.

When And Why Is The Series American Crime Story Going To Leave Netflix?

On February 11th, we came to know that the series is going to leave the streaming platform in March 2022. The official removal date is fixed to be March 1st, 2022. This means that you will not be able to see the series there on Netflix after this date.

However, the reason behind this show leaving is that the license for the show is finally going to be over. And Disney is going to get back the rights of some of these titles. So, be ready if you haven’t watched the series yet, check it out today only.

So if you pay for Hulu with Live TV, no worries- you can watch IMPEACHMENT live, record it or catch it on VOD (with ads.) Same thing if you have YouTube TV, Sling or a regular cable box. But unlike most FX shows, reruns will not appear the next day on Hulu.

- TVMoJoe (@TVMoJoe) September 7, 2021

Where Can The Fans See Streaming Next?

As per the updates, it has been found that people can see the American Crime Story on Disney. So, a check is out there on the streaming platform.

Originally published at on February 15, 2022.



Jay Jangid

Jay Jangid has 2 years of experience in the news media industry with journalistic touch and knowledge of how to create and recreate information into news.