American Horror Story: The Series To Leave Netflix Globally

Jay Jangid
2 min readFeb 14, 2022


Disney is trying to pull the plug on Netflix. Not only are we going to lose the six Marvel series, but we will also see the beloved horror anthology, American Horror Story, leaving the streaming platform globally in March 2022.

Over the past decades, Ryan Murphy’s anthology horror series has been one of the most popular shows on television. There are a number of people who loved this show and were interested in watching it out and one more thing to be known is that this is the standout show available to stream on many Netflix libraries. Having managed to stay on Netflix for so many years, the series is finally saying goodbye to the streaming platform in March 2022.

It has been totally confirmed that people are not going to see this series on Netflix after March. So, if you haven’t watched it, watch before it leaves the platform.

When Will The American Horror Story Leave Netflix?

According to the reports of Unogs, this is the series that is available in around six regions and all of them are showing the removal dates. All the regions where the series will be leaving in March 2022 are mentioned below.

  • Netflix US (Seasons 1–9)
  • Netflix UK (Seasons 1–8)
  • Netflix Japan (Seasons 1–9)
  • Netflix Germany (Seasons 1–9)
  • Netflix France (Seasons 1–9)
  • Netflix Switzerland (Seasons 1–9)

Why Is American Horror Story Leaving The Netflix Platform?

Simple, the streaming license that Netflix was carrying for this series is now over. Just because of the license expiring the series will have to leave the streaming platform on March 1st, 2022. Hence, this is the only reason why American Horror Story will leave Netflix in March.

Where Can People Stream American Horror Story Next?

This is the series that will next be available on Disney+ and if you are interested you can watch it out.

Originally published at on February 14, 2022.



Jay Jangid

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