During the FX in TCA, John Landgraf, The channel president, gave a position for two projects of the producer Ryan Murphy.
Even with Murphy’s going to Netflix, FX will still continue to show the series there. Landgraf said that some projects should not go further, as American Crime Story: Katrina and Feud.
The franchise Crime Story will continue, the season on Hurricane Katrina that was discarded by the channel. In the middle of last year, the season came to a halt, just at the time Murphy was negotiating his contract with Netflix, and now, FX seems to have definitely shelved the project.
The season’s plot would show how Hurricane Katrina affected the lives of the people of New Orleans. In season, Michael D. Brown director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA was widely criticized by city residents due to the organization’s lack of preparedness to handle the event and was in a complicated situation after the President Bush praised him publicly. He resigned from his post a few weeks after the incident.
The season had names like Matthew Broderick,Dennis Quaid (as Bush) and the actress Annette Bening that will be Kathleen Blanco,
Already about Feud, the new year would tell the story of the relationship between Diana and Charles of England. The channel had already postponed production of the series in August last year, but today the project was also announced as canceled.
The actors Matthew Goode and Rosamund Pike they were quoted to take on the main roles.
Feud: Charles and Diana would have roadmaps Jon Robin Baitz and 10 episodes for your new year. The season would follow via flashbacks the trajectory of Diana and Charles who were married in 1981 in a fairy tale wedding where all the preparations were exposed to the world.
* With information from ComingSoon.net