Ryan Murphy is one of Hollywood’s most prolific producers, and he has mostly worked on new Netflix content since 2018. Here is a list of all the projects Murphy is now working on for Netflix, which will be available in 2022 and beyond.
Ryan Murphy, as you may know, is a prolific TV producer and writer who has created some of the most popular series of the last decade. Many of his shows are available on Netflix, but the writer/producer signed with Netflix in February 2018 and has been developing new material exclusively for Netflix since July 2018.
Despite having an overall agreement with Netflix, Murphy is still involved in a slew of projects with 20th Television (FX). American Horror Story and American Crime Story are still running on the network with Murphy’s participation. The majority of Murphy’s FX work used to be available on Netflix, but it has virtually vanished in recent months.
Murphy’s Netflix agreement has been widely regarded as one of the biggest flops, with some speculating that it may not be extended when it expires in June 2023.
Here’s a breakdown of every Ryan Murphy production that has so far been exclusive to Netflix. Those with an asterisk aren’t part of his Netflix agreement, although they did come exclusively on Netflix.
The Andy Warhol Diaries will be available on Netflix on March 9th, 2022.
Andy Warhol was a well-known American artist, and his life will be commemorated in a 10-part “flashy” documentary series. After being shot in 1968, he began writing diaries, which became the basis for the series. In the docuseries, Brian Kelly will portray Andy Warhol.
The Watcher (Limited Series) will be available on Netflix in 2022.
Netflix has officially validated our first story from February 2021. Ryan Murphy will produce this limited series based on the narrative of The Watcher, which was bought by Netflix a few years ago.
Screen Arcade and Ryan Murphy Television are producing the program, which will star Bobby Cannavale and Naomi Watts.
Coming to Netflix in 2022: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Limited Series).
Ryan Murphy will return to familiar terrain with a miniseries on serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, collaborating with Ian Brennan and Janet Mock.
The film will star Richard Jenkins and Carl Franklin.
The title Monster, like American Crime Story, permits this series to be spun out for future miniseries, however we may be a little ahead of the game.
Filming took occur from March to September 2021, indicating a release date of 2022.