Ryan Murphy is considering turning the #MeToo movement into an anthology series.
In a profile for the New Yorker by Emily Nussbaum, Murphy revealed he’s been thinking about a project titled “Consent.”
According to the story, it would follow a “‘Black Mirror’ model: every episode would explore a different story, starting with an insidery account of the Weinstein Company. There would be an episode about Kevin Spacey, one about an ambiguous he-said-she-said encounter. Each episode could have a different creator.”
He also shared some other possible show ideas including “a glossy gay soap opera…in the tradition of ‘The L Word,’” which would be an effort to add more LGBT content for his new Netflix deal.
Murphy’s latest series “Pose” airs on June 3 on FX.
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