Ryan Murphy is writing "a love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown" for his first Netflix original series.
"Hollywood," which Murphy co-created with Ian Brennan ("Glee," "Scream Queens"), has received a straight-to-series order and will begin filming this summer.
Not much else is known about "Hollywood" — if it's a comedy or drama, an anthology or serialized.
The project is Murphy's third with Netflix, after "The Politican" and "Ratched" were picked up via his production deal with 20th Century Fox.
A year ago, Murphy made waves by leaving 20th Century Fox for a massive $300 million deal with Netflix. It followed a similar deal the streaming service made with Shonda Rhimes, who left her longtime home at ABC.
Murphy still has ties to Fox (which was bought by Disney last year). He still serves as executive producer on FX's "American Horror Story" and "Pose," as well as Fox's "911." The futures of "American Crime Story" and "Feud" on FX are murkier.
"Hollywood" reunites Murphy and Brennan, who co-created "Glee" with Brad Falchuk. They also collaborated on Fox's "Scream Queens," which Murphy has been teasing could come up for revival.