Almost two years after it began, the FX Plus subscription service is shutting down and will no longer be available after August 20th.
Disney’s completed acquisition of most of 21st Century Fox’s assets earlier this year means FX’s content is expected to be funnelled into the Disney-controlled Hulu service.
FX Plus offered subscribers a $5.99 ad-free access monthly service to more than 1,400 episodes of FX programming including “Atlanta,” “American Horror Story,” “Damages,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Justified,” “The Shield,” “Sons of Anarchy” and “Terriers”. Hulu gives FX the option to distribute content ad-free as part of a larger service.
Current seasons of FX Networks original series will continue to air on the FX and FXX linear channels and be available for ‘limited-time on-demand viewing’ in the FXNow app and online at FXNetworks.com.
Source: TV Line