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Ryan Murphy in & # 39; Katrina & # 39 ;, & # 39; Feud & # 39; and & # 39; American Horror Story & # 39; Season 8 – Variety



With a line of 7 or 8 series currently in development or production, super producer Ryan Murphy has more than one full plate. But in the future, he said, he will take his time to make sure everyone is in an ideal shape. "I'm not going to shoot anything until it's written, and it's perfectly broadcast, and I get a big number two in terms of showrunners and directors," he told reporters at Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena.

In the era of Peak TV and broadcast, he said it's tempting to rush the projects, and Murphy – who has been present to present three series ("Pose", "9-1-1" and "American Crime Story: Versace ") admitted that he was not happy with the first version of" American Crime Story: Katrina ", which is scheduled for the next installment of that limited series of franchises. "I was still passionate about the story, but it was not the right one," he said. "I think there is so much need and expectation to constantly feed the machine."

The new version, which is scheduled to be Murphy's frequent collaborator, Sarah Paulson, and start producing in the fall, will be based on the book "Five Days at Memorial," in association with producer Scott Rudin. "It's really a look at the health industry and disasters in global warming," he said. "We decided to make a more intimate version of that story, which is much more interesting and current."

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