Ever since FX released the now hit show, American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, we can’t get enough of O.J. and the twisted story of the trial that had everyone on the edge of their seats. The FX series HAS come to an end but that doesn’t mean, we can’t continue to learn more about this story!
ESPN has announced that they will be releasing the 30 for 30 documentary on O.J. Simpson and it is due to drop in June. According to People, the trailer above is the first trailer of the seven-and-half-hour series coming to ESPN. The first opening episode will premiere on June 11th at 9 p.m. EST on ABC and then will air on ESPN starting June 14th in five parts. On top of that, the entire documentary will be screened at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival in NYC on April 23rd, followed by a Q&A with the director, Ezra Edelman.
According to EW, Edelman stated the following about the documentary:
“This is not a film simply focused on the murders or the trial. It is a much bigger story,” Edelman continues, “one that explores O.J.’s life and how race and his pursuit of celebrity shaped it… while at the same time documenting the racial dynamics of L.A. and the relationship between its police force and black citizens – a relationship thrust front and center into the discussion of the murders, and one that proved a vital determinant in the outcome of the trial.”
Check out the debut trailer above and tell us what you think! Will you be watching O.J.: Made in America?
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