Ryan Murphy can do no wrong in our eyes as you aren’t aware of him. He’s just a kind of or you can say has been sending to Lords of TV. As he also gave the likes of Glee & Scream Queens, and behind the new Hollywood and Netflix, he was there too.
But the things don’t end here he ought to as he also drove to streaming service with the help of pipeline, and he was tied up after the Netflix announcement, as he was stuck once Flew over The Cuckoo’s Nest prequel, Ratched.
In the spin of the classic, here’s is the everything you must be knowing, from the cast, plot, and release, etc.
Ratched: What’s The Plot?
The plot of the story will be set 20 years preliminary to the events of the book and the film will be starring Jack Nicholson, and it has a sort of potential to cover multiple seasons.
however we can say, by moving on to season 4, we are in the story of Cuckoo’s Nest.
Based on the novel of Ken Kesey’s “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s nest”, for the 2020 version now Nurse Ratched classic character is being revived by Netflix.
Nurse Ratched is sort of cold & insensitive, and took self-esteem herself as the head Nurse of Psychiatric ward as autocratic and brutalize, and to find out why will be the only aim of it.
At the beginning of 1947, we will find out how Ratched’s a Nurse gets transformed into a full-fledged monster, and also we will move on to her journey through the mental health care system.
Netflix Ratched: Cast
Now things are getting good here. The lead role of Nurse Mildred Ratched will be taken by Sarah Paulson of American Horror story, Gwendolyn Briggs role will be played by Cynthia Nixon, Nurse Betsy bucket role will be played by Judy Davis, Sharon Stone is Lenore Osgood, Jon Jon Briones stars as Dr. Richard Hanover and Edmund Tolleson role will be played by Finn Wittrock. Corey Stoll, Sophie Okonedo, and Vincent D’Onofrio are rounded from the cast.
Netflix Ratched: Release Date
Ryan Murphy previously declared deadline, as Ratched is coming to Netflix on the 18th of September…”It’s kind of a great fall show”. It is a kind of Psychological feminist horror film. It’s Sarah Paul’s live performance.
Is there any trailer?
Yes, there is and is sort of interesting & quite curious. Netflix has recently shown up the first look of the image, which you can find up here in the given link