The conclusion this week of FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” leaves some viewers feeling a void, and TV programmers are ready to fill it. Among those with new O.J. Simpson projects in the pipeline is ESPN, which broke out a new two-minute trailer today for its upcoming 7-1/2-hour documentary series “O.J.: Made in America.”
People magazine reports that the five-part project, directed by “30 for 30’s” Ezra Edelman, will launch its TV run with the airing of the premiere episode on ABC on June 11. Series telecasts on ESPN start June 14.
The project is also screening this month at the Tribeca Film Festival, and People notes that the producers plan to submit it for Oscar consideration.
Here’s the new trailer …