Darren Criss's and Ryan Murphy's fourth collaboration, after Glee, American Horror Story, and American Crime Story. See more »
Despite what this series purports, Henry Willson was never elevated to film producer. The closest he came was Rock Hudson, at the peak of his stardom, awarding Willson a token associate producer credit on Come September (1961). See more »
"Hollywood" ended up being a halfway-decent day's worth of binge watching and I give this fictional success story credit for depicting a multifaceted view of the movie industry. But in reality, very few of the stories actually work, most of the characters are shallow archetypes (especially the criminally underdeveloped Camille), the filmmaking is far from impressive, and the superficial rinse-and-repeat plot gets boring.
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