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‘Katrina: American Crime Story' Might Not Happen After All, Says Producer


The fate of Ryan Murphy’s prestige television take on Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath in the New Orleans community seems less and less certain. On Saturday, American Crime Story producer and director Anthony Hemingway stated that the production is “stalled” and that “nothing has really been done” to prep for the show that would document the aftermath of the most destructive natural disaster in U.S. history. 

 


ACS Looks to NOLA


FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story has been dominating the airwaves for the past few months. Now, as the series prepares for Tuesday (4.04) night’s finale, the focus is shifting to the second season set in New Orleans.


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