A horror maestro will have a “golden” moment next month.
Ryan Murphy–known to genre fans as the man behind such hit TV series as American Horror Story, Scream Queens, Ratched and Dahmer–Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story--will receive the Carol Burnett Award at next month’s Golden Globes Awards show, according to a report on Deadline.
Murphy is an Emmy, Golden Globe, Tony and Peabody Award-winning screenwriter, producer and director. He will be feted during the 80th edition of the awards show slated for NBC (and streaming on Peacock) on Jan. 10.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association board of directors selects the honoree of the Carol Burnett Award based on “their body of work and the lasting impact their television career achievements have had on the industry and on audiences.”
Helen Hoehne, president of the HFPA, said Murphy “not only continues to enthrall audiences with his work on some of the most exciting series of the century, but also continues to inspire all with his work off the screen. His work and storytelling ability have led to highly acclaimed achievements and awards.”
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