OJ: Made in America

As a ghetto kid, the thing OJ Simpson wanted most of all was fame. Well, he got it

As a ghetto kid, the thing OJ Simpson wanted most of all was fame. Well, he got it.

As this brilliantly researched eight-hour documentary (showing in three parts) opens, the picture cuts to OJ recently, grey and deflated in yet another prison interview. Then it cuts again, back to 1966 and OJ as a lithe, beautiful football player, a national hero while still in his teens. What happened in between?

For fans of last year’s The People v. OJ Simpson (still on Netflix) and students of celebrity disgrace, this essential work reveals all.

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