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How to Stream the ‘AHS: Apocalypse’ Finale Live on FX’s East Coast Feed

FX allows viewers to watch the East Coast airings of its shows no matter where in the US they are

With nine episodes down and an story that has spanned years, it’s finally time for the end of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse,” which is finally getting its season finale on Wednesday night. The climactic battle between the Antichrist Michael Langdon and the witches from “Coven” is finally at hand in the final episode of this season of “AHS.”

Now, if you live on the West Coast and are frustrated by the fact that FX airs everything, including “AHS,” three hours later for you, we have good news. FX allows viewers to watch its East Coast feed no matter where they are in the United States, but you’ll need a couple things first to make it happen.

The first thing you need is a cable or other TV service login. You can’t stream FX content on fxnetworks.com or on the FXNow app without a TV subscription of some kind.

Next, you’ll need a device to stream it on. You can watch the East Coast feed online on fxnetworks.com right here on your computer. For other devices, like your phone, tablet, or TV streaming box of your choice like Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV, you’ll need the FXNow app. All you have to do to watch is pull up the Live TV option in the app and select Eastern instead of Pacific.

And if you’ve got your TV login, then you’re good to check out the final episode of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse” at the same time as everybody else in the country, at 7 p.m. PT, 10 p.m. ET.