Ryan Murphy, for all: from the ‘curse of Glee’, to ‘Vigilante’, through ‘Dahmer’

Become the darling of Hollywood or not, Ryan Murphy has spent a decade establishing himself as one of the most prodigious directors, producers and writers. His latest series, ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ has become the second most watched in Netflix history in English behind ‘Stranger Things 4’. Released on a Wednesday, it reached 196 million hours viewed in the first week. In this last, It has 205.33 million hours viewed. His “true crime” revives the life of the nicknamed “Milwaukee butcher” who killed 17 teenagers, all of them men. Focused on the victims, fate has wanted the public to stare at the psychopath and his coldness when acting, do not leave anyone unmoved.

Vigilante, a thriller miniseries

But its creator does not rest. In full success of ‘Dahmer’ comes ‘Vigilante’ (‘The Watcher’) with Naomi Watts and Mia Farrow. A career journalist, it seems that the real facts run through his veins. The miniseries is based on real events too, where another psychopath put a family in check as a result of a move. The events took place in 2014 when the Broaddus, in the series they will be the Brannocks, begin a new stage in New Jersey. marriage with three children sees their happiness truncated when they begin to receive from constantly a series of letters signed by ‘The Watcher’. This stalker does not let them live and informs them of everything and every step they take, including the most intimate details.

‘Glee’ will have its docuseries

There are no two without three. Another one is added to this week’s premiere on the platform, although, in this case, Murphy will not really be behind and might as well have been. It’s about ‘Glee’. Ryan Murphy’s successful musical series, which aired between 2009 and 20015 with 121 episodes and six seasons, will have its particular documentary series. Three chapters to focus on the misfortunes that happened around the characters of the series that implied the nickname of ‘the curse of Glee’. The famous series was successful because of the story itself and because of the large number of controversies and catastrophes that occurred around its protagonists. It will be produced by the brand specializing in true crime ID and Ample Entertainment, as reported by ‘Deadline’.

The docuseries will revive the tragedy of Cory Monteith (Finn), who died at the age of 31 from a heroin overdose. But it was not the only tragedy. Naya Rivera (Santana) drowned in a lake while on vacation with her four-year-old son. The scandal came with Mark Salling (Puck), who hanged himself after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography. Y read Michele (Rachel) was accused of bullying on set by several of her peers.

Murphy’s Other Hits

Murphy is also the creator of controversial hits such as ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’, ‘American Horror Story’, such as ‘Pose’, ‘The Politician’, ‘Feud’ and the ‘American Crime Story’ saga that dealt with the murders of ‘Versace’ and ‘OJ Simpson’ that contrast with his ‘Eat, love and pray‘ interpreted by Julia Roberts Y Javier Bardem.

Ryan Murphy, for all: from the ‘curse of Glee’, to ‘Vigilante’, through ‘Dahmer’