Keeping Up With O.J.?
Public fascination with O.J. Simpson resurged last year after hit shows like American Crime Story and O.J.: Made In America dissected the murder trial of the former NFL star.
Well, it looks like the disgraced athlete may be on TV again sooner that later, as he could be released from prison as early as October, and is already eyeing some opportunities in reality TV.
TMZ spoke with several reality production companies, agents, and platforms where a show could potentially find a home. While no details were given, most respondents agreed O.J.'s potential show would most likely be a documentary or interview format.
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In case you've forgotten, over a decade ago Simpson co-wrote the book If I Did It — in which his co-author claims he confessed to the double murder — and subsequently shot a TV special in 2006 which featured the guilty passage.
The special was never aired due to public outcry, but producers today are certain some thirsty platform will recreate the special that was never broadcast.
But don't get too nervous (excited?) just yet; industry experts say broadcast and cable networks would never
We doubt Hillary Clinton's going to be happy about this!
On Wednesday, it was confirmed that American Crime Story has tapped the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal for a future season of the true crime anthology. Whoa.
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According to Variety, the producers for ACS (along with Fox 21 TV and FX Productions) have optioned Jeffrey Toobin's book, A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down A President, for an upcoming installment of the hit program. It's said the text positions the infamous sex scandal as a legal thriller as it examines
Spill 'em, Khloé!
Though we love some Carpool Karaoke, one of our other favorite late night games with James Corden has to be Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts thanks to all the controversial questions!
Luckily, on Wednesday night, Khloé Kardashian stopped by to play the DISGUSTING game and the results were pretty similar to when her younger sis Kendall Jenner played!
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Though Kendall ended up drinking bird saliva to avoid a Taylor Swift squad question, KoKo had to down a fish eye because she didn't want to answer a JUICY q about O.J. Simpson's murder case. Hmmm…
Similar to Jenner though, the Strong Looks Better Naked author had no problem throwing some slight shade Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's way! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlariously gross game as well as the reality star talking a bit about being in love with Tristan Thompson (below)!
Awards season is in full swing.
How do we know this? Well, on Monday morning, the nominees for the 74th Golden Globes were announced!
And since 2016 gave us so many phenomenal films and TV shows, it's no wonder the nominations list read by Don Cheadle, Laura Dern, and Anna Kendrick was chock-full of A-listers honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Jimmy Fallon is gonna have all kinds of fun teasing these celebs while hosting the Globes at the start of next year! LOLz.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below)!
After being the subject of the inaugural season of American Crime Story, the trial of O.J. Simpson has been reexamined like never before.
And with the 20-year-old trial back under the public microscope, many viewers are curious as to what happened behind-the-scenes of the historic court battle — specifically, between prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden!
The two attorneys have always been suspected of hooking up during the trial — heck, even Ryan Murphy's crime anthology hinted at a romantic spark between the Emmy-winning characters played by Sarah Paulson and Sterling K. Brown.
Photos: Sarah Takes Real-Life Marcia As Her Emmys Red Carpet Date!
However, after YEARS of speculation, the actual Darden is finally opening up about his relationship with the fellow attorney, telling Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday: