55 Min Released Jun 14, 2016

"O.J.: Made In America" with Ezra Edelman (and Rembert Browne)

Director Ezra Edelman joins Gazelle Emami, Matt Zoller Seitz, and Rembert Browne to discuss the lovable, mysterious, talented, and in most Americans' minds murderous man at the center of his new documentary, "O.J.: Made in America." The five-part, seven hour documentary premiered on ABC on June 11, and continues to air throughout the week on ESPN. 

SPOILER ALERT: This episode contains spoilers pertaining to the 22-year-old murders for which OJ Simpson was acquitted. 

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