Tv author and manufacturer Ryan Murphy, developer of hits from “Glee” to “9-1-1” and “American Scary Story,” will get a life time accomplishment honor at Hollywood’s Golden Globes event next month.
Murphy’s look will include another huge name to the Jan. 10 lineup as organizers attempt to rebound from a variety and principles scandal.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that votes on the Golden Globes, stated it would commemorate Murphy’s contributions to tv with its 4th Carol Burnett Award. Previous honorees were Burnett, Ellen DeGeneres and Norman Lear.
Murphy, 57, won fans for his musical television series “Glee” from 2009 to 2015. His other credits consist of anthology series “American Scary Story,” drama series “9-1-1” and “Position,” a program that began with a big transgender cast.
The HFPA likewise stated today it would honor comic Eddie Murphy with the Cecil B. DeMille award, a life time accomplishment award for movie work, at the January event.
Source: NBC News.