Creators of ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘Glee’ Jump Into Fight Between DirecTV and Fox

Oct 27, 2011  •  Post A Comment

The co-creators of "American Horror Story" and “Glee” have jumped into the fight between Fox Networks and DirecTV, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are telling fans that they’ll miss “American Horror Story’s” next nine episodes if the satellite-TV provider drops FX and other channels, the story reports. The pair have created a promotion for the site KeepMyNets.com, which encourages DirecTV subscribers to protest the satellite company’s threat to drop Fox Networks such as FX, the story says.

In the promo, Murphy asks viewers to visit the website for Keep My Nets or call (866) Keep-My-Nets to find out more. "Do it now before they turn off FX and you miss nine all-new episodes of ‘American Horror Story,’" Falchuk says.

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  1. Well it’s about time a new host of creators joins the wagon. Honestly as popular as American Horror Story is right now I wouldn’t be surprised if it starts beating the networks in the ratings. Good for you Ryan and Brad, you deserve to have the DirecTV customers to see your show too and I know I won’t be missing it because of a special contract my employer DISH Network has with FOX. I for one wouldn’t stand for it and I would switch companies ASAP to avoid missing the final 5 episodes.

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