You May Now Complain Directly to Ryan Murphy about 'Glee' on Twitter
Ryan Murphy, the outspoken creator of "Glee" and "American Horror Story," has finally joined Twitter. You may now commence complaining to him about the past couple seasons of "Glee." Or, you know, you could say something nice.
Oh, who am I kidding? This is Twitter. It's designed for mean people.
Ever since his success with "Nip/Tuck," Murphy has been on a run of successful TV shows. "Glee" was an undisputed smash from the very beginning, and while ratings have tumbled somewhat after two up-and-down seasons, it maintains a dedicated following. Murphy followed that up with "American Horror Story," which sees smaller numbers on FX but has gathered plenty of critical acclaim, including a number of Emmy nominations for its first season.
Murphy's newest endeavor, "The New Normal," will premiere on NBC in the fall. The single-camera comedy centers on a surrogate mother for a gay couple and examines the ways in which the typical American family is changing.
In his early hours on Twitter, Murphy has amassed more than 25,000 followers and counting. Oh, and as for his first tweet, here it is:
My very first tweet to my beloved— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) July 30, 2012
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