“American Crime Story” season 1 aired its final episode last April 5. Since its premiere, it has captivated audiences on its account of the O.J. Simpson trial. Hence, it’s been touted as one of the biggest FX series broadcast on television this year.
Unfortunately, fans who missed the original airing won’t find it on streaming outlets yet, Bustle reported. Although the website did offer a glimmer of hope that the series may stream soon.
Bustle remarked that it’s possible, given that another FX series is on Netflix. The website pointed out that the first four seasons of “American Horror Story” is now on the streaming outlet.
While waiting if “American Crime Story” will to come to Netflix, news of what’s next should interest series fans.
Season 2 will focus on Hurricane Katrina and its overwhelming aftermath, the website reported.
“I want this show to be a socially conscious, socially aware examination of different types of crime around the world,” Murphy said.
“And in my opinion, Katrina was a f***ing crime — a crime against a lot of people who didn’t have a strong voice and we’re going to treat it as a crime. That’s what this show is all about,” Murphy added.
THR revealed the working plan for season 2. As Murphy explained, the story would follow a group of people and their experiences throughout the tragedy. It includes the Superdome, the hospital, and the babies forced to wear trash bags for days.
To date, it remains unknown when season 2 will premiere. However, the working plan for it is indeed good news, Romper noted.
“American Crime Story” season 1 received great response from viewers and critics. However, some unimpressed by it and slammed the series by saying it was only looking for drama and publicity.