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Lea Michele Goes Back To High School With An Adorable Throwback To Glee's Premiere 7 Years Ago!

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How has it been seven years already?!

When Glee first premiered back on May 19, 2009, no one would have believed practically the entire cast would turn out to be household names.

While the Ryan Murphy series has suffered its fair share of tragedy since it debuted seven years ago, superstar Lea Michele took a moment to remember the good 'ole days in a heartwarming Instagram post on Thursday!

Related: Lea Michele Is Dating iZombie's Robert Buckley!

Apparently, Miss Rachel Berry stumbled upon a black and white photo featuring a dozen members of New Directions — sorry Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays, kids only — and simply had to celebrate the show's anniversary with Gleeks everywhere!

Lea's caption for the photo is especially touching as she indirectly references Cory Monteith's death and Mark Salling's problems with child porn, but we're glad she still has positive memories of her time in Lima.

Never stop believin'!

Ch-ch-check out Lea Michele's emotional Instagram epitaph (below)!!!

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Robert Shapiro Finally Reveals What O.J. Simpson Whispered In His Ear After The Verdict!

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The murder trial of O.J. Simpson found its way back under the public microscope after being the subject of Ryan Murphy's fascinating anthology series American Crime Story.

And with the case now decades in the past, O.J.'s former defense attorney Robert Shapiro finally revealed what his client whispered in his ear after the jury found him not guilty.

Related: Kanye West Calls Kim Kardashian 'The Female O.J.' In New Track!

In an interview with Megyn Kelly on Tuesday, the 73-year-old discussed the highly-publicized 1995 double murder trial — including the former NFL star's first words to him after being acquitted in the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.

Shapiro, who was played by John Travolta in the FX crime drama, remembered Simpson whispered in his ear:

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CBS Jumps On The True Crime Bandwagon With Katy Perry JonBenét Ramsey Docuseries!

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The true crime fad is officially dead…

First Netflix captured America's attention with Making a Murderer, then FX upped the game with The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and soon NBC will be bringing anthologies to the masses with Law & Order: True Crime.

But the latest news out of CBS may put the nail in the coffin of true crime.

It was announced on Thursday that the network that brings you 2 Broke Girls and CSI: Cyber will be making their own true crime docuseries based on the murder of JonBenét Ramsey!

Related: Some Conspiracy Theorists Think JonBenét Is Actually Katy Perry

This Christmas marks the 20-year anniversary of the 6-year-old's death, so CBS is currently in final talks to make their own unscripted docuseries set to air this Fall.

While JonBenét's case is one of the most captivating American horror stories, we can't help but feel like they're going to really screw this up — Making a Murderer was planned for literally ten years while the case was ongoing, so this untitled project will probably play like a really long, drawn out episode of Unsolved Mysteries.

But at least this guarantees Katy Perry some work. LOLz!!!

Ryan Murphy's not going to have any cases to choose from for Season 3 at this rate…

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Law & Order: True Crime Is Coming To NBC — But Is It Just An American Crime Story Ripoff??

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Wouldn't this technically just be Order?

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story has been one of the most critically acclaimed shows of the year, so naturally, other networks are looking to copy FX's success.

Case in point: NBC just went ahead and ordered eight episodes of Law & Order: True Crime on Wednesday!

The anthology series that totally isn't just a ripoff of Ryan Murphy's O.J. Simpson trial recreation will follow the case of Erik and Kyle Menendez, who were found guilty of murdering their parents back in 1996.

Related: Law & Order: SVU Tackles The Josh Duggar Scandal!

What's strange about this news is that L&O is strictly a procedural, so we're not sure how well the Peacock Network is going to do having to write one overarching plotline…

Plus, how is a story set in the '90s going to factor in to Dick Wolf's modern day universe of shows; which already includes Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., Chicago Med, and the upcoming Chicago Law?

With that said, we always love us some Dick, so we're cool with whatever he wants to shove down our throats.

Will U be tuning in for Law & Order: True Crime in 2017??

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The People V. O.J. Simpson And 9 Other Tragically True Hollywood Stories

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Was justice served October 3, 1995?

The world may never know the truth behind the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, and maybe that haunting mystery is why the case remains the most infamous to date.

Related: Martin Sheen Producing Docuseries To Prove O.J.'s Innocence

As such, no one can say Ryan Murphy made the wrong choice when it came to deciding which legal tsunami would be the subject of American Crime Story's first season.

Even knowing the outcome, fans of the FX series clenched their pillows every week to see how the behind-the-scenes dealings played out. It all came to a head Tuesday night as audiences watched the finale dramatically show everyone what we all knew was coming… "not guilty".

Unfortunately, the unsolved case of Ron and Nicole's deaths aren't the only dark stain in Hollywood's history.

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Knife Found At O.J. Simpson Estate Is Most Likely NOT The Murder Weapon, According To LAPD Spokesperson!

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Well duh, Ryan Murphy hasn't decided how this case is going to end yet. Ha!

America once again found itself captivated by the Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murders last Friday after it was reported that a knife had been found at the former home of O.J. Simpson 18 years ago!

The LAPD was at first stingy with details about the knife held onto by retired officer George Maycott for all this time, and while a medical examiner originally stated the weapon was capable of inflicting "mortal wounds," that no longer seems to be the case.

Related: Nicole's Family Concerned By American Crime Story

Ricardo Hernandez of the LAPD Media Relations Office spoke to People about the knife on Thursday, suggesting that the potential break in the case was just a red herring, saying:

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