Ryan Murphy’s new TV series Feud gets a premiere date

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Ryan Murphys latest project, the anthology series Feud, has now not only got a release date, but also a season title.

It will be called Feud: Bette and Joan, which is good enough for a series about Bette Davies, played by Susan Sarandan, and Joan Crawford, played by Jessica Lange.

The season will focus on the ins and outs of the relationship between the two silver screen icons on the set of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, and it will air in the US on 5 March.

FX, the network which will air Feud said: “The series explores how the two women endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to success and fame in the twilight of their careers.”

The series features an all-star cast including Stanley Tucci and Judy Davies, as well as guest stars such as Catherine Zeta-Jones and American Horror Story mainstay Sarah Paulson.

The first two episodes of feud were screened by FX at the Television Critics Association winter tour in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening, and they received loads of positive reviews.

After the success of American Horror Story and American Crime Story we can’t wait to see what Ryan will do next!

Words Maria Loizou



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