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Ryan Murphy Leaves 20th Century Fox for Netflix in Massive $300 Million Deal

Talk about an American Success Story! Ryan Murphy is dumping 21st Century Fox and moving to Netflix in a five-year deal valued around $300 million. That's the scoop from the New York Times, which added that Murphy's move will take effect in July. Murphy's existing shows -- including "American Horror Story," "American Crime Story," and "9-1-1," among others -- will still air on FX or Fox, wherever they air now.
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