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A dramatization of true events.

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aired 64 days ago
The murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman lead the LAPD to the home of O.J. Simpson.
aired 69 days ago
The hunt for spree-killer Andrew Cunanan comes to a frantic end.
aired 69 days ago
A young Andrew Cunanan struggles with his oppressive father as a young Gianni Versace becomes a designer.
aired 74 days ago
Andrew Cunanan leaves behind a troubled family life; Donatella Versace struggles to find her role within the Versace empire.
aired 76 days ago
Andrew Cunanan celebrates his birthday in San Diego as his life starts to fall apart.
aired 76 days ago
Naval officer Jeffrey Trail meets Andrew Cunanan for the first time; Gianni Versace reveals his sexuality to the world.
aired 81 days ago
Minneapolis architect David Madson is forced to go on the run with Andrew Cunanan.
aired 83 days ago
Chicago real estate tycoon Lee Miglin is murdered in what police believe is a random killing.
aired 90 days ago
Andrew Cunanan arrives in Miami to stalk fashion designer Gianni Versace.
aired 90 days ago
The eyes of the world turn to Miami Beach, Fla., following the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace.
airs in 3 days
Closing statements are given and the jury must decide on a verdict.
airs in 3 days
Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey go across the country to acquire the Mark Fuhrman tapes.
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After months of isolation from their families, society and the media, the jury begins to grow anxious; the country is introduced to DNA evidence.
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Conspiracy theories about the case begin to circulate; the prosecution debates whether they should have O.J. Simpson try the glove on in court.
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Marcia Clark juggles her home and work obligations while dealing with public scrutiny of her appearance.
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As the trial begins, Christopher Darden and Johnnie Cochran go head to head in court and the jury visits the crime scene.
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As jury selection gets underway, the entrance of Johnnie Cochran adds an interesting energy to the case.
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With a provocative strategy devised, Robert Shapiro begins putting together O.J. Simpson's legal counsel.
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O.J. Simpson's lawyers must handle an intense situation when he goes missing.

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