Ryan Murphy

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Ewan McGregor photographed by Jake Michaels/New York Times

When Ewan McGregor was but a wee lad in a sleepy town in Scotland in the 1970s, 5,000km away, in a Manhattan town house on East 63rd Street, Roy Halst(...)

The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness May 5th Another month, another historical murder case exhumed by Netflix. The true-crime story getting the i(...)

Jeffrey Toobin: banned ‘indefinitely’ from podcasts and airwaves after incident. Photograph: Robert Ascroft

Until Jeffrey Toobin’s fateful appointment with Zoom on October 15th, his quarantine was going better than most people’s. In August his eighth book, T(...)

Meryl Steep in The Prom

As a stage musical, The Prom, written by Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin, with songs by Beguelin and Matthew Sklar, was a little musical that could. Prem(...)

Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington and Claudia Jessie as Eloise Bridgerton in Bridgerton. Photograph: Netflix

Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show December 1st Who is Nate? What is Nate about? And what the hell is going on? All these questions bubble up t(...)

Sharon Stone in Ratched, Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix drama. Photograph: Saeed/Netflix

Chef’s Table – BBQ Sept 2nd Chef’s Table – BBQ. Photograph: Netflix Chef’s Table is a lush look at food cultures, with previous seas(...)

Conor Hanratty says he found the limits of the Tiny Plays 600-word format “scary but liberating”.

When Conor Hanratty was a teenager, he came upon a documentary that featured clips from the work of legendary Japanese theatre director Yukio Ninagawa(...)

The Queer Eye cast with one of the show’s Heroes, fromt left, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Jennifer Sweeney and Antoni Porowski. Photograph: Ryan Collerd/Netflix

Queer Eye season 5 June 5th Our self-care overlords are back for a fifth season, having travelled to Georgia, Missouri, Kansas and Tokyo among other (...)

Hollywood: an ambitious, lavish look at the post-war film industry.

Hollywood May 1st The ever-prolific Ryan Murphy contemplates the history of showbusiness for his second Netflix offering. Hollywood is an ambitious, (...)

Some of the Hollywood cast, from left, Jeremy Pope as Archie Coleman, Darren Criss as Raymond Ainsley, and David Corenswet as Jack Castello.

Netflix’s Hollywood is being pitched in some quarters as being perfect for fans of La La Land and Glee. But be warned: instead of musical numbers Ryan(...)

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