Glee Screenwriter Ryan Murphy talks about the upcoming season 2 of his show Scream Queens

‘Scream Queens’ was one of the best shows that aired in 2015. With its original concept and dramatically good presentation of the story, it became a fan favorite in no time. The genius behind the brilliant TV series, Ryan Murphy, in a recent interview, spoke about the possible story line of the upcoming season.

Murphy revealed that only a handful of characters from the first season are likely to survive in the second season. He compared this show to his other anthology series, ‘American Horror Story’. He also hinted that there could be a whole new killer in the upcoming series of the dark horror comedy.

He added that the new season of the show could be like a twist on 'American Horror Story:’ a new season, a new setting, a new establishment – the only difference being some of the characters who will live. The director also claimed that here will be real momentum and every episode will be just as exciting as the last one. Next season will be designed to be a rollercoaster.

Even though the release date for the second season of the series has not been revealed, the first episode of second season is expected to air within July of this year.

Ryan Murphy is openly gay. He has been married to his husband David Miller since 2012. They even have two children together, one of who is from a surrogate mother and one was adopted.

Murphy started as a Journalist. In his early days, he used to work for popular newspaper and magazines like Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News and Entertainment Weekly. He began script writing in 1990s. His first script was for ‘Why Can’t I Be Audrey Hepburn?’

The Script writer started his career in TV through the teen comedy series ‘Popular’ in 1999. The show aired for two seasons. The show was very popular among the teens at the time and it launched Murphy’s career into mainstream success. 

Murphy is also the co-creator of the musical comedy-drama ‘Glee’. The show was very popular at the time. This show earned Murphy even more respect and popularity in entertainment industry.  Glee won 12 Emmys all together during the time it was aired and is considered one of the most original concepts in modern TV history.

He has also written scripts for the currently running TV series, ‘American Horror Story’, and several other movies and TV series. He wrote the screenplay and directed the feature film, ‘Running with Scissors’ in 2006. He also directed the memoir ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ in 2010. The movie earned over $200 million dollars around the globe.

Murphy is also very active on social media platforms. His Twitter @mrrpmurphy has nearly 750k followers from around the world. He updates his fans about his life and his movie projects through his Twitter.

His net worth is estimated to be $20 million dollars.