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Exclusive Interview – Composer Mac Quayle on American Crime Story, working with Ryan Murphy, and more

Alex Moreland talks to composer Mac Quayle about American Crime Story, working with Ryan Murphy, and more…

So, how would you describe the sound style of The Assassination of Gianni Versace?

After working on pretty much all of it, which we’re ready to finish finally the last episode now, I feel like I can best describe the score as if Giorgio Moroder scored Silence of the Lambs in an Italian villa. It’s an electronic sound that helps to tell the story of this really creepy serial killer, with also elements of Italian classical music.

What was the starting point when you came to work on this?

Yeah, I mean, you know, those elements I just described were brought up in conversation about Andrew Cunanan, the serial killer, a super creepy guy, and we knew we needed something to help tell that part of the story. We

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When Will American Crime Story Versace Be On Netflix?

When Will American Crime Story Versace Be On Netflix?

When speaking about Netflix’s exclusive rights to American Crime Story, the former vice president of Netflix Sean Carey, stated, “We’re excited to evolve our relationship with Fox and to bring their lauded content to our members around the world. Given the popularity of the first season of American Crime Story, we are thrilled to offer this acclaimed drama series to our members.”

Fans are hopeful about the continued relationship between Fox and Netflix, knowing they will get to stream their favorite shows. However, when they’ll get to stream American Crime Story Versace on Netflix is still a mystery. As of right now, there is no streaming date, but we will keep you updated when we know more!

Read more at: https://www.women.com/kelleyobrien/lists/when-will-american-crime-story-versace-be-on-netflix

American Crime Story season 3 will look at Hurricane Katrina – what comes after Versace and what we know so far

The latest season of American Crime Story has come to an end in the US and is hurtling towards the finale in the UK, but there are already plans for another season.

Season one looked at OJ Simpson’s trial, the second at Versace’s murder, and the third will look at Hurricane Katrina.

Her’s what we know about Ryan Murphy’s smash hit show.

When will American Crime Story be released?

There’s quite a way to go. Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Murphy said “That’s a show where we have a lot of things cooking.”

He was speaking after the team had just edited the Versace finale.

“We’re never going to have a Crime Story unless we have the scripts down. I think the reason why Versace went next is because Tom Rob Smith had such a strong take on it. I am not in a rush to move forward with anything unless it’s perfect.”

What’s it about?

Read more at: https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/american-crime-story-season-3-12378070

What to Watch on Sunday: Scotty McCreery returns to ‘American Idol’

American Idol (8 p.m., ABC) — Our Season 10 “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery is rumored to be making a guest appearance on tonight’s show. McCreery tweeted last week: “Have you enjoyed watching the new season of so far? I have! Tune in this Sunday and you just might see a familiar face (hint hint!)”

Also on . . .

The Problem with Apu (7 p.m., truTV)— This excellent documentary from Hari Kondabolu about the problematic Indian character on “The Simpsons” TV show gets a repeat thanks to the tone-deaf response from the animated Fox series last week. This is worth watching.

Country Music Awards (8 p.m., CBS) — The 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards is hosted by Reba McEntire with performances by Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini and Luke Bryan.

Breaking Homicide (9 p.m.,

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Trailer out for American Animals film about Transy book heist …

The trailer for “American Animals,” a true-crime film based on the 2004 book heist at Transylvania University, was released Wednesday and is already adding to the buzz the film generated at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

Cinema Blend complimented the trailer for its aesthetic, tension and unique take on college-based movies.

“True crime is compelling because it can shine a light on the horrors and inequities of the world around us, frighten us or just flat out flabbergast us with how something so ridiculous could have actually happened,” Nick Evans wrote. “’American Animals’ looks like it falls into the latter category. The new trailer for the film looks sexy and dangerous and far stranger than fiction.”

The trailer asserts that “This is not based on a true story” …. “This happened.”

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American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

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Life, death, inspiration to live life out of a baroque closet

The second season of the renowned FX mini-series, American Crime Story, premiered on Jan. 17 and centered around the death the one of the most iconic and openly gay fashion designers — Gianni Versace. “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” tells the story of Versace’s death that happened 20 years ago, but needed to be retold through a different lens in a different time.

Andrew Cunanan, played by Darren Criss, is the serial killer that shot Gianni Versace in front of his home in Miami, Florida. The show carefully uses flashbacks to and from the present to reveal pivotal moments in Cunanan’s life that inched him closer to killing Versace.

Gianni Versace, played by Edgar Ramirez, channeled the love of life and passion that

Read more at: https://theaggie.org/2018/04/10/american-crime-story-the-assassination-of-gianni-versace/

American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace – The …

SHEREEN LEE / AGGIE

Life, death, inspiration to live life out of a baroque closet

The second season of the renowned FX mini-series, American Crime Story, premiered on Jan. 17 and centered around the death the one of the most iconic and openly gay fashion designers — Gianni Versace. “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” tells the story of Versace’s death that happened 20 years ago, but needed to be retold through a different lens in a different time.

Andrew Cunanan, played by Darren Criss, is the serial killer that shot Gianni Versace in front of his home in Miami, Florida. The show carefully uses flashbacks to and from the present to reveal pivotal moments in Cunanan’s life that inched him closer to killing Versace.

Gianni Versace, played by Edgar Ramirez, channeled the love of life and passion that

Read more at: https://theaggie.org/2018/04/10/american-crime-story-the-assassination-of-gianni-versace/

CNN documentary explores Rodney Reed’s death penalty case – Austin American

The true-crime documentary series, now in its third season, aired an hourlong special on the confounding case April 1 in an episode titled “Love Kills.” The episode pulls together 13 interviews from people who have been heavily immersed in the case over the years, including members of Stites’ and Reed’s family, special prosecutor Lisa Tanner and Curtis Davis, a Bastrop County deputy and friend to Stites’ then-fiance Jimmy Fennell, who was an early suspect in the case.

Read more at: https://www.statesman.com/news/local/cnn-documentary-explores-rodney-reed-death-penalty-case/jnZwn3D65hSPd5S9fFpCyM/

‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 To Be Set In The Very Near, Very …

At a panel with “AHS” cast members Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Adina Porter, and Leslie Grossman, the prolific producer announced they all will return for the show’s next season, which will be set in the “near future.” 

Read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/american-horror-story-season-8-to-be-set-in-the-very-near-very-scary-future_us_5acb9df6e4b07a3485e71c0d