Over the years there have been many documentaries about OJ Simpson, and one wonders if a new take on Simpson’s story actually exists.. However ESPN’s 30 for 30 Miniseries event OJ: Made In America may be the definitive version. The five installment project details Orenthal James Simpson’s journey from an iconic football star to a well liked and commercially bankable celebrity. With the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, OJ Simpson’s story took a much darker turn.
One of the pivotal people interviewed in the documentary is Marcia Clark, who was the lead attorney on the case infamously dubbed as “The Trial of the Century.” While Clark has been involved with the media since the trial concluded in 1995, she has never really spoken about the trial and her feelings on the case until now. At the Television Critics Association in Pasadena, CA, OJ: Made in America director Ezra Edelman was asked how Clark looks back at the case. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ezra Edelman)
OJ: Made in America premieres early-mid 2016 on ESPN.
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