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If you like Ryan Murphy, high society betrayal, and capital-D drama, the second season of his anthology series Feud premieres this week. The eight-episode limited series is based on the bestselling book Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era by Laurence Leamer. It pits famed author Truman Capote against his coterie of elite Manhattan socialites known as his “swans.” And judging by the trailer, we’re in for quite the glamorous showdown.

Here’s a sneak peek:

With an epic cast and crew and a Real Housewives dose of pettiness, betrayal, privilege, gossip, and self-destruction, it’s one of our most anticipated shows of 2024. Here’s everything you need to know in order to watch Feud: Capote vs. the Swans.

When does Feud: Capote vs. the Swans premiere?

The first two episodes of Feud: Capote vs. the Swans premiere on Wednesday, Jan. 31 on FX at 10 p.m. ET. Subsequent episodes air weekly every Wednesday night at the same time, with the finale set for March 13. Episodes will also be available to stream on Hulu the next day.

Here’s an outline of the episode schedule:

  • Episode 1: “Pilot” — Jan. 31

  • Episode 2: “Ice Water in Their Veins” — Jan. 31

  • Episode 3: “Masquerade 1966” — Feb. 7

  • Episode 4: “It’s Impossible” — Feb. 14

  • Episode 5: “The Secret Inner Lives of Swans” — Feb. 21

  • Episode 6: “Hats, Gloves and Effete Homosexuals” — Feb. 28

  • Episode 7: “Beautiful Babe” — March 6

  • Episode 8: “Phantasm Forgiveness” — March 13

How to watch Feud: Capote vs. the Swans without cable

If you no longer have a cable subscription but want to tune into the second season of Feud, you have a couple different options. Don’t mind waiting until the next day to stream episodes? Sign up for a Hulu subscription and stream each episode the day after it airs on FX. Rather watch live? You’d be better off signing up for a cable replacement service like Sling TV or Hulu + Live TV, which gives you access to FX in real time (as well as many other networks). We’ve broken down all your best options for watching below, as well as the best ways to save some money.

Best for new subscribers: Hulu 30-day free trial

If you’ve never subscribed to Hulu before or you haven’t subscribed in awhile, you can easily watch Feud: Capote vs. the Swans for free with your 30-day free trial. Hulu is pretty generous with its trial period, unlike many other streamers. You’ll have to plan out your trial period to be able to watch every episode within a 30-day span, but it’s definitely doable. If you decided to keep your subscription going after the trial, you’ll have to hisse $7.99 per month for the basic plan with ads or $17.99 per month for the No Ads plan. If you cancel before the trial is up, you’ll owe zero dollars.

Best for T-Mobile customers: Hulu (with ads) included for one year

T-Mobile customers on the Go5G Next plan can enjoy Hulu with ads for an entire year for free. Just head over to the promotion site, enter your T-Mobile number, and continue to login with your ID. Read over the terms and conditions, enter your personal details, and click submit. Then you’ll be directed to Hulu to redeem your offer. Note: you must redeem it within 30 days of receiving your redemption code. After 12 months, you’ll have to decide whether you want to cancel or hisse full price ($7.99 per month) to keep your subscription going.

Best for students: Spotify Premium for Students with Hulu

Students looking to tune into Feud Season 2 have a couple great options. Our favorite is Spotify Premium for Students, which not only gives verified students access to Spotify Premium, but also Hulu (with ads) for no extra charge. Not to mention there’s a free one-month trial to kontrol the waters. Once your month is up, you’ll hisse just $5.99 per month for both services. The only requirement is that you have to prove you’re actually a student via SheerID.

Another option would be to sign up for a Hulu student account (no Spotify) for only $1.99 per month. While there’s currently no free trial, at $1.99 per month, we’re willing to look past it.

Mashable Deals

Best for long-term viewing: Hulu (with ads) annual subscription

Opting for an annual Hulu subscription instead of paying monthly will knock the $7.99 per month cost down to only $6.67 per month. That saves you about 17% simply by paying for a whole year in advance. If you only want to watch Feud and be on your merry way, this is probably not the best option for you. But with a long-term subscription, you can rewatch Feud Season 1 and 2 as many times as you want, plus tune into other Ryan Murphy shows like American Horror Story and Scream Queens, as well as more FX Originals we recommend like The Bear.

Best bundle deal: Hulu + Disney+ (with ads)

If you’re all about getting the most bang for your buck, the Hulu-Disney bundle (which includes both Hulu and Disney+ or Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+) can save you up to 49%. Sure, you’ll hisse more overall, but you’ll get access to two or three different streaming services for one low price. For both Hulu and Disney+, you’ll hisse $9.99 — that’s just $2 more than paying for Hulu on its own. If you’re a sports fan, you can throw in ESPN+ too for a total of $12.99 per month. It’s maybe not the best option for someone looking to watch Feud and move on, but the Disney bundle is one of the best streaming deals around.

Best cable-replacement option: Sling TV Blue package

Sling TV essentially works like an a la carte cable alternative. You pick your package and add on channels depending on what you actually watch. In order to watch Feud: Capote vs. the Swans live when it airs, you’ll need access to FX network. That means you’ll need the Blue package, which includes FX, as well as your local Fox and CBS networks, Bravo, USA, E!, and more. Unfortunately, there’s no free trial to kontrol the waters, but there is an introductory offer that slashes 50% off your first month of service. For the Blue package, you’ll hisse just $20 for your first month, then $40 per month after that.

Note: There are other live TV cable replacements like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or FuboTV, but they’re significantly more expensive. Sling is the most affordable option — plus, it’s completely customizable.

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