The domain name Feud.tv was registered at Mark Monitor by Twentieth Century Fox for their upcoming series Feud. The series will look at famous feuds throughout history. The first season will be legendary actresses Bette Davis vs Joan Crawford.
FX has ordered yet another anthology series from Ryan Murphy, the mastermind behind “American Horror Story” and “American Crime Story,” the latter of which debuted earlier this year with the well-regarded ratings hit “The People vs. OJ Simpson.” This one is called “Feud” and focuses on famous fights through history.
The first eight-episode season will star “Horror Story” Emmy winner Jessica Lange as Joan Crawford and Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis. The two screen sirens duked it out while making the 1962 movie “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” The film went on to be a box office and critical hit, earned five Oscar nominations), and revitalized both actresses’ careers. Much of that success can be attributed to their legendary, well-publicized rivalry.
Feud.tv was previously owned and dropped by domain blogger Mark Hershiser.
With a show of hands, how many people just checked familyfeud.tv?
Sam Rosenfeld says
Claude Dauman would have foolishly sold this domain for $250 while Rick Schwartz would have gotten $900,000