Birds of a high-class feather flock together in the first trailer for the FEUD: Capote vs. The Swans.
Ryan Murphy’s second season of Feud is taking the drama to the ’70s, Real Housewives style. Feud tackles famous beefs, with first season covering the infamous conflict between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
Second season of Feud is inspired by Laurence Leamer’s book Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era. This season, it’s all about the women of New York’s high society (nicknamed “the Swans”) and the author who deceived them all, Truman Capote.
In the trailer, we’re introduced to a montage of the Swans reveling in the diamond life full of riches, sex, glamour, and adventure that’s definitely “Bravo-worthy.” But these O.G. Real Housewives have plenty of clandestine drama in their lives as well, something they dish about with Capote.
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Now, what was once a secret becomes a thinly-veiled topic in Capote’s writing. In response, the Swans are out for blood.
Those Swans being Babe Paley (Naomi Watts), Slim Keith (Diane Lane), C.Z. Guest (Chloë Sevigny), Lee Radziwill (Calista Flockhart), Ann “Bang-Bang” Woodward (Demi Moore), and Joanne Carson (Molly Ringwald). With The White Lotus‘ Tom Hollander as Capote and “Murphyverse” actress Jessica Lange in an undisclosed role, season two of FEUD is taking the fight to the “Big Apple” in a huge way.
FEUD: Capote Vs. The Swans premieres on FX on January 31. Check out the trailer below.
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