Netflix announced that it had given the official green light for two more seasons of Monsterthe anthology of Ryan Murphy which began with the dramatization of Jeffrey Dahmer, the “Milwaukee cannibal”, one of the most notorious serial killers in the United States, who murdered and dismembered seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991. The series quickly became a hit of popularity for the platform.
Each delivery will continue “telling the stories of other monstrous figures who have impacted society”.
The streamer also announced that he had launched a second season of the real-life drama, The Watcheralso by Murphy, about a family that moves to suburban New Jersey, where they are stalked by sinister letters from someone calling themselves ‘The Watcher’, turning their idyllic dream into a living hell.
In a press release, Bela Bajaria, in charge of Netflix global TV, comments:
“The creative team of Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan at Monster along with Eric Newman at The Watcher are masterful storytellers who have wowed audiences around the world. The consecutive strength of these two series is due to Ryan’s distinctive original voice creating cultural sensations and we are thrilled to continue telling stories in the Monster and Watcher universes.”
No details have been specified about the stories that will be addressed in the following seasons of Monstery The Watcher. The dates on which they are expected to be released on the streamer were also not revealed.