Ryan Murphy discusses the fate of Feud season 2
He's confirmed that Feud: Buckingham Palace isn't currently in development.
Ryan Murphy has revealed the fate of his acclaimed anthology series Feud.
Speaking in a new interview with Deadline, he had some disappointing news for fans regarding its second season.
“I’m not working on any of that right now,” he said. “My deal is with Netflix. That’s not to say that years down the line that I couldn’t redo it or renew if I had a great idea.”
“I think everyone is open to that but I’m working on so many other things."
FX originally renewed Feud for a ten-episode second season back in February 2017 a month before the first had premiered.
It was due to be subtitled Buckingham Palace and explore the troubled relationship between Prince Charles and Princess Diana in the years leading up to her tragic death in 1997.
This interview also saw Murphy say that his American Crime Story is now very unlikely to receive a season examining the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
“That one [Katrina] was a difficult story to crack and it was very complex. Never say never, but I think we’ve all moved on from that. We have four or five things in development for American Crime Story, but that is not one of them."
The next series of American Crime Story will instead revolve around the infamous White House scandal involving former President Bill Clinton (Clive Owen) and intern Monica Lewinksy (Booksmart’s Beanie Feldstein).
The first eight seasons of American Horror Story and Murphy's The Politician are available to stream on Netflix now.
Source: Digital Spy