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Netflix expands Ryan Murphy's Monster and renews The Watcher for a second season - Deadline

Netflix expands Ryan Murphy’s Monster and renews The Watcher for a second season – Deadline

Ryan Murphy He has other selections after Netflix He ordered two additional installments for him monster franchise after success Dahmer.

The broadcaster also requested a second season of his drama series observer.

Neither movement is a surprise given the ratings success on both shows, especially the huge ratings for Dahmer – The Beast: The Jeffrey Dahmer StoryIt is on track to reach 1 billion watch hours in the coming weeks.

Both Dahmer – The Beast: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story And the observer comes from american horror story Co-created Murphy and cheerful Content Builder Ian Brennan.

Netflix hasn’t revealed what the two additional installments of the Monster anthology series will cover, but said it will “tell the stories of other monster characters who have impacted society.”

Murphy is behind an incredible number of franchises including American Horror Story, American Horror Stories, American Crime Story, American Love Story, Runner And the 9-1-1.

Broadcasting device has been eager to extend the franchise since it became apparent that Dahmer It would be a huge hit – becoming Netflix’s second biggest English-language series after Stranger Things.

The success of both shows silenced those who believed Murphy failed to find streaming successes after signing a $300 million deal in 2018. Murphy’s deal will expire in the coming months and there will be intense scrutiny over whether he will extend his contract with Netflix, moves on to a competitor, Or he collaborates with his close friend Dana Walden, who is now the president of Disney General Entertainment Content.

But he recently told the New York Times, “I might not do anything.” “I might retire and launch a line of beeswax products. I wouldn’t be surprised if I moved to the East Coast and completely changed my life. I just bought a farm and always wanted to be a farmer. I grew up in Indiana. My backyard was a cornfield.”

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Bella Bagjaria, President of Global Television, Netflix said, ÔÇťAudiences can’t take their eyes off monster And the observer. The creative team of Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan on Monster along with Eric Newman on The Watcher are masterful storytellers who have captivated audiences around the world. The cascading strength of these two series is due to Ryan’s distinctive original voice that created cultural sensations and we’re thrilled to continue telling stories in monster And the observer universes”.

Dahmer – The Beast: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story It stars Evan Peters as the infamous serial killer. The ten-part series is told largely from the point of view of Dahmer’s victims, and delves deeply into the police incompetence and indifference that allowed the Wisconsin native to go on a multi-year killing spree. The series highlights at least 10 cases where Dahmer was nearly captured but eventually left.

Niecy Nash also stars in the series, alongside Richard Jenkins, Molly Ringwald, and Michael Learned.

The series comes from Murphy and Ian Brennan, who created and produced exec alongside Alexis Martin Woodall, Eric Kovtun, Evan Peters, Janet Mock and Carl Franklin.

the observer, Launched on October 13, it has now been watched for 125 million hours in the first five days of service. Naomi Watts- and Bobby Cannavale’s front-facing series made it into the top 10 in 90 countries.

The series follows the Brannock family as they move into what is supposed to be their suburban dream home but soon becomes a living hell. Ominous messages from someone who calls himself “the Watcher” are only the beginning where the neighborhood’s sinister secrets emerge.

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Inspired by the true story of the notorious “Watcher” home in New Jersey, the series also stars Mia Farrow, Terry Kinney, Jennifer Coolidge, Richard Kind, Margo Martindale, Joe Mantillo, Noma Demizuni, Christopher MacDonald, Michael Norrie, Isabel Gravettall and Henry Luke Hunter David Bloom.

The pair was created by Murphy and Ian Brennan, and was also produced alongside Alexis Martin Woodall, Eric Kovtun, Bryan Unkeless, Eric Newman, Paris Barclay, Watts, Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost and Scoop Wasserstein.