Netflix’s original “Ratched” may Lead you to Nightmarish Thoughts.


Upcoming “Netflix original” psychological thriller drama “Ratched” is wrapped around a nurse named “Mildred Ratched”. 

Her way of giving mercy to patients is to release them in the lap of cold death.

Just imagine you are hospitalized and the one who meant to save you turns out be a life taking maniac.

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This web series is based on a book named One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
by Ken Kesey, a film with the replica name was also made in around 1975.

Novel fans can also expect some back story of nurse’s life, what resulted her into this?

How many seasons we can expect?

As Netflix has only signed and came up with the confirmation of two seasons of Ratched bagging up with 8 episodes each.

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8 episodes a season makes it a definite “binge”. whereas, creator of Ratched “Ryan Murphy” came up with a rousing news,    

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Murphy finally spilled it out that we should be expecting this Netflix original in the package of four seasons.

Moreover, the consumption of story timelines in the first season can be different, every episode comes up with different perspectives because of multiple directors in charge of different episodes.

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Ratched cast Revelation!

  • Sarah Paulson as nurse Mildred Ratched
  • Jon Jon Briones as Dr. Richard Hanover
  • Cynthia Nixon as Gwendolyn Briggs
  • Judy Davis as nurse Betsy Bucket
  • Sharon Stone as Lenore Osgood
  • Finn Wittrock as Edmund Tolleson
  • Charlie Carver as Huck Finnigan
  • Alice Englert as Dolly
  • Amanda Plummer as Louise
  • Corey Stoll as Charles Wainwright
  • Sophie Okonedo as Charlotte Wells
  • Vincent D’Onofrio as Governor George Milburn

When Ratched will be out?

Confirmation from Netflix was out way back in 2017 but finally it is on its way,

As trailers and makers have said Ratched’s exhilarating and dark episodes will be serving on Netflix from September 18, 2020, and it’s all set to come out.

Comment down below if you have read this novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey”.

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