"Feud" Season 2 is already in the works and this is quite a surprise considering that season 1 just aired its first episode on March 5. FX network ordered the renewal of the series and it was recently disclosed that the next part of the anthology will be about Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Likewise, "Feud" Season 2 will center on the royal couple's chaotic relationship from beginning to end. According to Variety, there will be a total of 10 episodes for Prince Charles and Princess Diana's story. This is Ryan Murphy's latest project and it is expected to be a hit as well.
Murphy's well-known works include Nip/Tuck, Glee, American Horror Story, The New Normal, Scream Queens and American Crime Story. "Feud" Season 2 will be one of his four shows that is currently on-going.
The first season of "Feud" tackles the intense and lengthy rivalry between Hollywood legendary actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Season 1 has been simply titled "Bette and Joan" and their characters are going to be portrayed Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon.
At any rate, Vanity Fair reported that in addition to Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage turmoil, "Feud" Season 2 will explore other sides of their story that has something to do with power and how the media hounded them non-stop. Most probably, the setting for the second season will be in England since this is about the British Royal couple.
"Feud" Season 2 has already been announced but aside from the fact that it will be about the complex marriage of Prince Charles and his first wife, Lady Diana Spencer, FX Network did not provide any other details. Nevertheless, many scandals involving infidelities are expected to be divulged through the narration.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana was married in 1981. Their marriage was dubbed as the true-to-life fairy tale story but it did not take long when the union began to crumble. The royal couple had two sons - Prince William and Prince Harry - before they separated in 1992 and divorced in 1996.
Finally, Princess Diana was killed in a vehicular crash in August 1997 while being chased by a paparazzi in Paris. For almost 20 years since her death, her story has been a favorite subject and it continues to live on as people featured them on books, movies and documentaries. And now, "Feud" Season 2 is retelling her story once again.