Ryan Murphy, the prolific TV creator behind “Glee,” “American Horror Story,” “Feud,” Nip/Tuck” and other successful TV shows, says he has 10 projects in the works that have been greenlighted by Netflix.
Variety reports that Murphy made the revelation today at the Time 100 Summit. The projects are reportedly three documentaries, four TV series and three movies.
“Murphy has previously announced five titles slated for a Netflix release,” Variety notes. “Three are shows, including ‘Ratched,’ the drama series starring Sarah Paulson as the infamous Nurse Ratched; ‘The Politician,’ a political satire featuring Ben Platt; and ‘Hollywood,’ which focuses on the golden age of Tinseltown.”
Variety notes that Murphy has also announced two Netflix film adaptations of Broadway productions, both due in 2020 — “The Prom” and “The Boys in the Band,” with Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto.
Netflix wasn’t commenting on the other projects.