Ryan Murphy says there are no plans for American Crime Story: Katrina and Feud season 2 right now

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American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy has revealed the fate of Feud season 2 and American Crime Story: Katrina.

In a wide-ranging interview with Deadline, Murphy had some disappointing news for the future of both shows.

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Asked if Feud season 2 is still in development, he said: "I’m not working on any of that right now. My deal is with Netflix."

However, he did add: "That’s not to say that years down the line that I couldn’t redo it or renew if I had a great idea. I think everyone is open to that but I’m working on so many other things."

Things are looking even bleaker American Crime Story: Katrina, however, as Murphy admits it's now looking unlikely to receive the go-ahead.

Asked if he thinks the series will ever happen, he replied: "I don’t. We worked on that for like a year.

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"The great thing about American Crime Story is that we only do it if it’s great. And the reason why Impeachment happened is because a great writer, Sarah Burgess, knocked the first script out of the park.

He added: "That one [Katrina] was a difficult story to crack and it was very complex. Never say never, but I think we’ve all moved on from that. We have four or five things in development for American Crime Story, but that is not one of them."

American Crime Story airs on FX in the US and BBC Two in the UK. Meanwhile, Feud: Bette and Joan aired on BBC Two in the UK.

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