The creator of American Horror Story is working on a new Netflix show and giz it now, plz
Giz it, immediately.
A decade ago, Ryan Murphy created Glee.
It was a show about a load of pretty people singing songs and dealing with various social issues while also desperately trying to get to regionals - whatever regionals were.
Soon after, he created American Horror Story, the anthology horror series that dedicated itself to everything from witches to aliens to freak shows to Trump becoming the president of the United States.
Awhile later, he lent his talents to American Crime Story, Screen Queens, and Feud - a collection of shows that are just as gripping, just as shocking, and just as ideal for a stunning Netflix binge.
A naive viewer may presume that Murphy couldn't possibly create anything else as addictive, seductive, and oftentimes harrowing, but that person would be wrong.
Because Murphy has announced an upcoming show called Hollywood - and it sounds like it's going to be glorious.
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“Hollywood” — my new Netflix show co-created with Ian Brennan — begins principal photography this summer. A love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown, this straight-to-series production will be my third show for Netflix and I couldn’t be more excited or proud about the work we are doing together. More to come…
Alright, yeah, we know literally nothing about this show other than the name but we're still going to go ahead and make the call that it's going to be unreal, OK?
Murphy announced the news over on his Instagram page, saying that the show is going to be a "love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown."
He also included an eery black and white image of the Hollywood sign, evidently suggesting that this show may be a bit dark and disturbing itself.
... Or he's just alluding to the fact that black and white film was used in Hollywood a lot back in the day.
Honestly, who knows.
"My new Netflix show co-created with Ian Brennan — begins principal photography this summer," Murphy wrote.
"A love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown, this straight-to-series production will be my third show for Netflix and I couldn’t be more excited or proud about the work we are doing together. More to come."
Excellent news all round.