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Ryan Murphy Signs With Netflix For the Biggest TV Deal Ever

By Sheryl Oh The 'American Horror Story' creator plans to continue to champion women, minorities, and LGBTQ in new streaming series. The article Ryan Murphy Signs With Netflix For the Biggest TV Deal Ever appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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