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Ryan Murphy Has Greenlit 10 Projects On Netflix

Forget American Horror Story. Showrunner and creator Ryan Murphy has been one busy dude, and is ready to move on to bigger, better things (okay, for clarification, American Horror Story isn’t ending, but you know, the guy is clearly working on a million things), as reported by Variety. According to the outlet, Murphy has revealed that he has greenlit a whopping 10 projects over on Netflix.

This includes three docs, for series, and three films. Of those 10, five have already been announced in the form of three series and two Broadway adaptations. The three shows include Ratched starring Sarah Paulson, a political satire called The Politician, and Hollywood, which is set in the golden age of Tinseltown. The Broadway adaptations are for The Prom and The Boys in the Band, starring Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto. Both are due out next year.

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While the man continues to have a pretty solid relationship with FX (the home of American Horror Story), he does seem to be much less boxed in, and in regards to signing on the dotted line for Netflix, he said:

“[It was both] hardest thing I’ve ever done and the easiest thing I’ve ever done.”

“I was able to say what I felt my worth was, and it was met. And I was astonished. It was a great moment for me. I didn’t feel like the picked-on kid anymore.”

Are you looking forward to any of these announced projects? Let us know down below!

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SOURCE: Variety

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