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Not only did the Versace family not authorize this latest "true" story from the creative mind of Ryan Murphy, but it seems they were entirely unwilling to help in any other capacity. According to The Hollywood Reporter, costume designer Lou Eyrich did not receive any support from the family when it came to planning the costumes for the season.




American Crime Story - Season 2



The opposition extends beyond an unwillingness to participate, though. Versace's former lover, Antonio D'Amico, said last year that there's "not a trace of reality" in the way the crime has been portrayed, and the show's interpretation of the murder does not properly capture how he actually reacted. Donatella Versace also told WWD she feels great trepidation. "I don't know what will be [shown], from a book that says incredible falsehoods," she said, referencing Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. History, the 1999 novel the season is based on.


Simpson credits series creator and writer Ryan Murphy with the idea of tackling Katrina in season two. But Simpson says he and his producing partner Nina Jacobson had long been fascinated with the idea of a story about the topic.


"We don't want to repeat ourselves, and that's part of the thing. We did the crime of the century. We like to define crime broadly. ... I love true crime, but I just don't love one kind. We'll probably someday pick maybe something along the lines of a less famous case that has great, juicy stuff. We'd like to tell the story of injustice. We wish we had 'Making a Murderer' or 'Serial'. .. but, you know, those (topics) have been done. We're exploring lots of formats throughout history."


"American Crime" returned this week with the premiere of its second season. If (like me) you missed the first season, have no fear: the beauty of "American Crime" is that -- like "American Horror Story" -- we are greeted by the same cast in different roles, telling a different story.


"American Crime" is not easy to watch. It's not a show that makes you want to cozy up on the couch with your boo and some popcorn. And this season is especially difficult. Rape and sexual assault are not topics we talk about often (or easily), but this season's storyline explores not only assault, but also the culture that allows this to happen in the first place. Taking it a step further, the rape in question involves a male victim.


Indiana, where this season of "American Crime" is set, even has its own dark history with basketball and sexual assault. In 2010, four coaches resigned amidst multiple players being charged with assaulting another player on the bus and in the locker room.


Initially, American Crime Story: Katrina was supposed to the second season of the crime drama anthology. However, FX postponed the season and replaced it with The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, which is slated to debut in early 2018. 041b061a72


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