An anthology series centered around some of history's most famous criminal investigations.
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In the season finale, the prosecution and defense make their closing statements; the jurors deliberate; and the verdict is given.
The episode was rated 8.32 from 2606 votes.
Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey head across the country to get their hands on the Mark Fuhrman tapes. Judge Ito must decide whether the tapes, and the racial epithets they contain, are admissible.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 2631 votes.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 18 votes.
As Marcia Clark juggles her home and work obligations, she starts to feel the public scrutiny of her appearance.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 2423 votes.
Months into the trial, cut off from their families, society and the media, the jurors grow stir crazy and start becoming unlikely targets for the prosecution and the defense. Meanwhile, the country is introduced to the science of DNA evidence.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 2390 votes.
Some conspiracy theories concerning the case start to circulate. The prosecution talk about whether they should have O.J. Simpson try on the glove on in court.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 2378 votes.
As jury selection gets underway, the entrance of Johnnie Cochran adds an interesting energy to the case.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 2386 votes.
The hunt for spree-killer Andrew Cunanan comes to a frantic end.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 1009 votes.
Christopher Darden and Johnnie Cochran face off in court. Chris has doubts about Mark Fuhrman as a witness. The jury visits the crime scene.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 2331 votes.
Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp tell their stories to 23 strangers.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 345 votes.
The Office of the Independent Counsel ensnares Monica Lewinsky, holding her for 12 traumatizing hours in a hotel room.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 343 votes.
Investigators visit the home of O.J. Simpson following the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
The episode was rated 7.68 from 3113 votes.
Marcia reveals O.J. has been charged; Robert Shapiro seeks advice from F. Lee Bailey, creates a provocative strategy, and tries to convince O.J. to hire Johnnie Cochran.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 2678 votes.
The world learns about the affair and Monica Lewinsky becomes the most famous woman in America.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 345 votes.
O.J. Simpson goes missing in the white Bronco and Robert Shapiro and Robert Kardashian battle the fallout while the D.A.'s office and the LAPD go searching for O.J.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 2799 votes.
The President must admit the truth to the Nation - and to The First Lady.
The episode was rated 7.59 from 366 votes.
The murder of Gianni Versace turns the eyes of the world onto Miami Beach.
The episode was rated 7.59 from 1590 votes.
As Monica prepares to leave D.C., she grows concerned that someone is sharing news about her affair. Linda meets with the FBI.
The episode was rated 7.59 from 359 votes.
The Starr Report brings the world to a standstill. The President is impeached. Linda faces the aftermath of her decisions, Paula makes desperate choices, and Monica considers how to move on with her life.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 354 votes.
A young Andrew Cunanan struggles with his oppressive father as a young Gianni Versace becomes a designer.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 983 votes.
Last updated: feb 06, 2023
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