O.J.: Made in America is a 7-1/2-hour documentary miniseries by ESPN Films that looks at O.J. Simpson's rise and fall, through the prisms of race and celebrity. The full miniseries will be shown, followed by an extended Q&A.

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The documentary is set to air on ABC and ESPN in June.

Sydney Scott
Apr, 11, 2016

The first trailer for ESPN's nearly eight-hour documentary about O.J. Simpson has dropped, and from the looks of it, this might be as addictive as American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.

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The documentary, which received tons of praise when it premiered at Sundance, will not only focus on the infamous murder trial, but the culture surrounding the it. The film delves into issues of race, gender, and class, closely examining how people perceived Simpson before, during, and after the trial.

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