Ryan Murphy's new FX drama will about New York's glitterati
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Mar 18, 2017,
Mar 18, 2017, 8:08
The primetime powerhouse's latest project has been revealed, and it's missing one signature Murphian element: this drama is...
Murphy will produce the new series, a 1980s New York City-set drama caled Pose, alongside his American Crime Story collaborators Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson for an anticipated 2018 premiere.
Set in 1986, the show will explore the "emergence of the luxury Trump-era universe, the downtown social and literary scene, and the ball culture world", per Deadline. Murphy is also writing with his frequent writing partner Brad Falchuk, as well as Steven Canals, an up-and-coming writer discovered by Murphy.
Sounds like Pose will be another luxurious primetime notch on Murphy's belt! Casting has already started but is expected to focus on new and unknown actors.
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However, many believe that Murphy may just be trying to keep it a secret for now, given the fact that he's actually been known for throwing out surprising plots and twists from the looks of the preceding "American Horror Story" chapters.
"American Horror Story" is always full of surprises. Sherry Marsh will also serve as a producer on the drama, which will be co-produced by Fox 21 TV Studios and FX Productions.
Ryan Murphy is bringing yet another T.V. show to his home base channel FX.
The show has yet to be greenlit, but Murphy is reportedly in talks with the team at FX, and according to Variety, it is nearing a pilot order.