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Of all Ryan murphytelevision franchises of, American crime story is by far the most prestigious. After winning a total of 16 Emmy Awards for its first two installments, the FX Limited Series now returns to face one of the most notorious moments in 20th century American history – though it may not be the one that you consider it a crime story.

Accused, developed for television by the playwright Sarah burgess and featuring Monique Lewinsky as a consultant / executive producer, follows the events that led to the impeachment in December 1998 of President Bill Clinton. Cast characteristics return Crime scene the elders like Sarah paulson as Linda Tripp, Judith Lumiere as Susan Carpenter-McMillan, and Annaleigh ashford like Paula Jones, as well as a dense collection of stars including Margo Martindale, Billy Eichner, Taran Killem, Cobie Smulders, Colin hanks, Mira Sorvino, Elisabeth Reaser, Fred melamed, Kathleen turner, and Blair underwood, with Feldstein beanie as Monica Lewinsky, Clive owen like Bill Clinton, and Edie Falco like Hillary Clinton.

If you are wondering how to look Accused, where it’s airing, or when to expect new episodes, we’ve got you covered with our handy guide below.


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What is the Accused Release date?

The first episode of Accused, titled “Exiles,” will premiere on FX (the cable channel) at 10 p.m. ET / PT on Tuesday, September 7 on FX. New episodes will be released each week on Tuesdays, starting with the second episode, titled “The President Kissed Me,” on Tuesday, September 14.

East Impeachment: American Crime Story Diffusion?

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the show would be available to stream on Hulu, as part of the ongoing FX brand on Hulu. The show will actually air on Netflix, as one of the shows for which 20th Century Fox made an exclusive deal in 2016, and will likely debut on the service in 2022.

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What is Impeachment: American Crime Story On?

Despite what the title might imply, Accused only partially relates to the political machinations behind the impeachment of Clinton by Congress for lying under oath. Really, her focus is on the friendship between Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp. Here’s the official plot description for FX:

Impeachment: American Crime Story examines the national crisis that led to the first impeachment of an American president in over a century. He tells this story through the eyes of the women at the center of events: Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein), Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson) and Paula Jones (Annaleigh Ashford). All three have been put in the public limelight in a time of corrosive partisan rancor, shifting sex politics and a changing media landscape. The series shows how power elevates some and eliminates others in the halls of our most sacred institutions.

The episode is produced by Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Alexis Martin Woodall, Sarah Burgess, Sarah Paulson, Brad Falchuk, Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and Michael Uppendahl. The series is produced by 20th Television and FX Productions.


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As I wrote in my review before the show premiered:

How you end up feeling about the show will likely have a lot to do with how you remember the scandal; as with most stories based on recent events, there is a generational aspect to the baggage that most of us bring with us to this story. It is almost impossible to write about the series as a narrative separate from its historical context; much of what led to the impeachment of Bill Clinton in 1998 was instrumental in the creation of the nation state as we know it today. It is something that Accused feels aware of the scale of what may appear to be ordinary events, although at this point it’s hard to say how well the show is at communicating this concept.

You will be able to decide for yourself how you feel about Accused during the show’s premiere on Tuesday, September 7. In the meantime, watch the trailer below:

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