Hollywood: Ryan Murphy’s next Netflix series is about Tinseltown


Ryan Murphy is going from horror to Hollywood for his next Netflix series.

Hollywood will be the title of Ryan Murphy’s next Netflix series, and if you’ve watched Feud: Bette and Joan then you know he will certainly not disappoint. According to Deadline, Murphy has gotten a straight-to-series order from Netflix (because why wouldn’t he?) to create Hollywood which he has co-created alongside Ian Brennan, someone Murphy has worked with on Glee and Scream Queens.

Hollywood will be “a love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown”, according to Murphy. He hasn’t released any other information regarding the series but we can rest assured he will do one hell of a job with it. The inspiration behind this series likely comes from the adoration and support that he received when he did Feud: Bette and Joan which followed the rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. It focused on an interesting time in Hollywood history and highlighted some of the obstacles for women in the industry at that time.

Apart from Hollywood, Murphy is also currently working on Sarah Paulson-starrer, Ratched as well as The Politician starring Ben Platt. All three shows are a result of Murphy’s $300 million deal with Netflix and given his history of stellar work, we can only imagine what he will create for the streaming service.

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Murphy took to social media to make the Hollywood announcement which will begin work this summer. And while he is busy working away on his Netflix creations, fans are also beginning to wonder if there was any validity to the mention of a possible Scream Queens revival which aired for only two seasons on Fox.

This is certainly the Golden Age for Ryan Murphy, and with time his content is only getting better. I mean, hello, The Assassination of Gianni Versace killed it during award season (well, at least Darren Criss did). His future on Netflix is gearing up to be a great one–and we are along for the ride.

Source: Deadline