After years of working with 20th Television and FX, creating shows like “Glee”, “9-1-1”, “Pose”, “Nip-Tuck”, and “American Horror Story”, creator, Ryan Murphy signed a deal with Netflix in 2018, which saw him create new shows like “Rachet” and “Monster”.

But after much speculation, Bloomberg has revealed that Ryan Murphy is negotiating a new deal with Disney, to return to work with 20th Television and FX.   Most of the deal’s details were ironed out before the writer’s strike started in May, but Ryan is still under contract to Netflix, a five-year deal estimated to be around $300 million.

While Ryan Murphy has been working on new shows for Netflix for the past five years, he has still be working with Disney on creating new seasons of “American Horror Story” and “American Crime Story”, plus spin-off shows like “American Horror Stories” and others.

It’s been expected that this might happen, since Ryan is close friends with Dana Walden, who is now the co-chair of Disney Entertainment, having worked together on many shows while Fox owned the studio.

Since most of Ryan Murphy’s previous work is available to stream now on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ around the world, plus with him working on many new projects with Disney, it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to see him leaving Netflix, after many of his projects for the streamer haven’t been successful.  And many streaming platforms are looking to reduce costs, with Netflix also cutting back on how many overall deals it does.

What do you think of Ryan Murphy working for 20th Television and FX again?

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