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The First Trailer for American Crime Story: The People Vs. OJ Simpson Is Here

Premiering on February 2, the show's inaugural season will recreate the 1994 media spectacle that was the "Trial of the Century"

The Chase of the Century: On the Run with O.J. Simpson

When O.J. Simpson was acquitted of double murder in 1995, it seemed there was nothing he couldn’t evade. Then life caught up with him

Where We Were When O.J. Became the Suspect of the Century

Editor-in-chief Mary Melton and some of the staff of Los Angeles magazine remember the televised pursuit—and eventual acquittal—of double-murder suspect O.J. Simpson

Rashida Jones

The omnipresent actress—she’s in NBC’s Parks and Recreation and the Oscar shoo-in The Social Network—talks about rebellion, See’s lollipops, and, oh yeah, her parents (Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton)

Star Witness: Linda Deutsch on How She Covered the Manson Family, Patty Hearst, and O.J. Simpson

"I have clear memories of every trial I've covered. None was just a trial by the way."
Robert Kardashian

Stand by Your Man

Robert Kardashian was the best friend an alleged murderer ever had. He took care of O.J.’s dirty laundry—including the famous garment bag—and kept his mouth shut. But now, as Simpson’s civil trial begins, will Kardashian finally be forced to tell all?

Why O.J. Didn’t Get the Chair

The O.J. Simpson double murder trial is the trial of the century—for product placement