Made by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brenan, the latest Series on Netflix is Hollywood! Plus it turns out it’s done phenomenally well. So much so that we are talking about a renewal already.
About February 23rd, 2019, Netflix provides away the statement about the shooting of this series Hollywood. The series aired May 1st, 2020. But there is no official release date for season 2.
However, given the international pandemic, any additional predictions are uncertain in regards to its production status, and thus we might obtain some news once normalcy returns.
If there is a season two there are individual cast members we all hope to see.
David Corenswet who plays the role of Jack, Darren Criss as Raymond, Jeremy Pope as Archie Coleman, Laura Harrier as Camille and Samara Weaving as Claire. Along with them, we have, Dylan McDermott as Ernie, Holland Taylor as Ellen Kincaid, Patti LuPone as Avis, Jim Parsons as Henry Willson and, Jake Picking as Rock Hudson. Joe Mantello is going to play Dick whereas Maude Apatow is going to be Henrietta.
However, both guest performers Mira Sorvino and Rob Reiner, may or may not go back to the screen.
The name gives away the foundation the narrative is built on. As the narrative unfolds, we see a group of young, talented actors and filmmakers seeking to make a name for themselves. The events of this show occur after World War II. We see the struggles and life each character faces. We’ve got their very own unique story on the line for us. Hollywood’s Golden Age comes into the film as a raw, vulnerable moment.
Without whitewashing anything, the limelight falls on the unfair system and nepotism, the judgment based on race, sex, and sexuality. An issue that is still relevant now. The show lays it out to us at the purest kind of how Hollywood is governed by the strong and the rich. We expect the same from season 2 also.