The second season of American Crime Story has been comprised of telling the gripping story of Andrew Cunanan, the serial killer responsible for the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace. Executive producer Ryan Murphy based the series on journalist Maureen Orth’s book Vulgar Favors.
This week, "American Crime Story" focused on two very important interviews, with two vastly different men, about being gay.
The stomach-churning story of David Madson's murder reminds us that the world Andrew Cunanan's victims existed in was, at the very least, complicit.
Judith Light's work was devastating in this episode as Marilyn Miglin, whose husband was killed by Andrew Cunanan.
<strong>UPDATED with FX statement, 12:16 PM:</strong> The family of slain fashion designer Gianna Versace has come out swinging against FX and Ryan Murphy’s upcoming installment of <em>American Crime Story</em>, calling it a “work of fiction” and saying it had not authorized and had no involvement in the anthology series. FX responded with a statement this afternoon: "Like the original <em>American Crime Story</em> series "The People Vs OJ Simpson,” which was based on Jeffrey Toobin’s non-fiction…
Vengeance is on the mind in the first full trailer for FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”