American Crime Story season two might have finished in the US last night (March 21), but that doesn't mean producer Ryan Murphy can take a break.
Even if it wasn't for American Horror Story season eight later this year and the small matter of an exclusive deal with Netflix starting in July, Murphy would be busy enough with the planned next season of American Crime Story and the second season of Feud.
But it seems neither show is close to starting as it seems ACS: Katrina is still up in the air. "That's a show where we have a lot of things cooking. We literally just edited the [Versace] finale last week, so we haven't made that decision yet," he told EW.
"We're never going to have a Crime Story unless we have the scripts down. I think the reason why Versace went next is because Tom Rob Smith had such a strong take on it. I am not in a rush to move forward with anything unless it's perfect."
As for Feud season two, which is expected to on the royal row between Princess Diana and Prince Charles, Murphy says he's still "talking about it" with Fox.
"We're still deciding it. I have the new Netflix deal and I have all my shows with Fox, I don't want to do something unless the scripts are ready and the casts are ready. I'm taking my time and just trying to get everything right," he explained.
Murphy added that despite the Netflix deal starting in July, it's still "business as usual" with his Fox shows and he retains a good relationship with the studio.
Maybe he'll get a holiday sometime in the next decade or so.
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