2nd Installment of ‘American Crime Story’ Will Center on Hurricane Katrina & Its Aftermath But Don’t Expect It Until 2018

01 Sep 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA --- Residents wait to be rescued from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans September 1, 2005. Chaos and lawlessness hampered the evacuation of New Orleans on Thursday and a U.S. senator said thousands may have died in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast. In New Orleans, shell-shocked officials tried to regain control of the historic jazz city reduced to a swampy ruin by Monday's storm. Bodies floated in the flooded city and authorities still could only guess how many people had died. --- Image by © David J. Phillip/Pool/Reuters/Corbis

Previously announced, after the critical and ratings success that was “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson” on the FX network – the next installment of Ryan Murphy’s “American Crime Story” anthology series will tackle Hurricane Katrina and its… Continue Reading

FX Invites You to “Inhale Atlanta” in New 4-Minute Promo for Donald Glover’s Upcoming Series

FX - Donald Glover's 'Atlanta'

FX will premiere Donald Glover’s much-anticipated “Atlanta” next week Tuesday, September 6 at 10pm, unfolding over a 10-episode first season, each a half-hour long, revolving around two cousins on their way up through the Atlanta rap scene whose opposing views on art versus commerce,… Continue Reading

‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ and Future ‘American Crime Story’ Seasons Are Coming to Netflix


Netflix and 20th Century Fox Television Distribution today announced their first global SVOD licensing agreement. Netflix will be the exclusive global streaming home for FX’s hit, “American Crime Story.” The first season of the franchise will be available globally on… Continue Reading