Anyway, now I watch AHS, I'd like to see him in one of the upcoming seasons... But I know you don't feel the same way about it
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... not really. First on the call sheet is the lead, but of course we knew he was "a" lead and I don't know how the order is determined if there is more than one. I probably would have guessed Edgar would be first just because he plays the more known figure. So I don't know if it "means" anything in this case. Could be that Darren has the larger role, but for all I know it could be some random factor like who was officially hired first or who speaks first in the first episode... I'm just making these up, I really have no idea. I just thought it was nice to see him listed as #1.@Poppy wrote:Hey Lin, can you explain to me the significance of being the first on a call sheet for a TV show? Thank you!
Jeremy wrote:No, Matt Bomer isn't part of the cast.
Anyway, now I watch AHS, I'd like to see him in one of the upcoming seasons... But I know you don't feel the same way about it
Lin wrote:He's probably killing some time between scenes. The ACS and AHS sets are right next to each other and I think he's friends with the guy in the middle (he also just went to San Diego this week to see him in a play).
Lin wrote:... not really. First on the call sheet is the lead, but of course we knew he was "a" lead and I don't know how the order is determined if there is more than one. I probably would have guessed Edgar would be first just because he plays the more known figure. So I don't know if it "means" anything in this case. Could be that Darren has the larger role, but for all I know it could be some random factor like who was officially hired first or who speaks first in the first episode... I'm just making these up, I really have no idea. I just thought it was nice to see him listed as #1.
Link: http://www.tvguide.com/news/fall-tv-2017-report-card-new-shows/TV Guide wrote:
Fall TV Report Card: How's the New Class Doing?
Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10/9c
The good: After suffering a big drop in its second week, the series has stabilized around 4.9 million and a 1.1. And since it's an anthology series, no matter how low it might go, it'll get to finish its run (it wraps Nov. 14). Oh, and Edie Falco is just as phenomenal as you'd expect.
The bad: Dick Wolf's foray into non-fiction is hardly the second coming of American Crime Story. True Crime is not as deep or as well made. A second season has not yet been ordered and Wolf hasn't settled on a new old case yet. But the good thing about an anthology series is you get to start fresh every time — perhaps with a new timeslot too. It makes sense on paper for NBC to want to launch this behind its biggest show, This Is Us, but the programs are so tonally different. It's quite an adjustment to go from crying about Jack's possible death in a house fire to two kids murdering their parents.
Prognosis: A new season with a new case will probably happen, even if it's not on next fall season.
I only watched the first episode of this, but I agree that the production value/cinematography/storytelling didn't compare at all to the first season of ACS.@Poppy wrote:A little off-topic, but I read this article and thought I would share because of the comment about American Crime Story:TV Guide wrote:
Fall TV Report Card: How's the New Class Doing?
Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC)
The bad: Dick Wolf's foray into non-fiction is hardly the second coming of American Crime Story. True Crime is not as deep or as well made.
Interesting, I was wondering what that was supposed to be (other than just a "V" for Versace?). It also sort of like dark angel wings, as does his shadow in the other gif, but I'm not sure that's intentional.@Poppy wrote: I like how in this promo video, as Cunanan walks through the pool, it appears as if a trail of blood is left in his wake.
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November 2, 2017Lin wrote:These teasers are so well done and effective, especially the one with the body bag. But I also really want a trailer with actual footage from the show and as I told Poppy, I have a good feeling we might get one in two weeks during the AHS finale.
November 2, 2017Lin wrote:
I'm really really impatient, so I checked when the first trailer for season 1 came out to get an idea of when we might be able to expect one for this season - it was two months before the first episode. Also they premiered the first Versace teaser during the first episode of AHS and a new one every other week since, so I'd at least expect another teaser in two weeks, but since it's the finale it just makes sense to me to pair it with a real trailer that they would probably release around that time frame anyway.
I hope they agree with my reasoning. Unless of course they want to release it earlier, I'd be okay with that too.
Lin wrote:I LOVE BEING RIGHT!!!
The Hollywood Reporter wrote:
'The Assassination of Gianni Versace' Official Trailer Unveiled
November 14, 2017
FX is ready to deliver the next true crime obsession.
The network on Tuesday unveiled the official trailer for the The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story the same night as the season finale of American Horror Story: Cult.
The second season of the anthology explores the July 1997 assassination of famed fashion designer Gianni Versace (Edgar Ramirez) as well as his murderer Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss), who was also behind four other slayings before he ultimately killed himself eight days later.
Tuesday’s trailer includes the first released footage from the series ahead of its Jan. 17 premiere.
The minute-plus-long video gives viewers an extended look at Penelope Cruz’s first TV role, playing the murdered designer’s sister Donatella, as well as Ramirez as the famed Versace himself.
However, Glee grad Criss’ haunting turn as Cunanan will also turn heads. “You’re not better than me. We’re the same,” Andrew says in voiceover. “The only difference is you got lucky.”
Unlike the first season of American Crime Story, the Emmy-winning hit The People v. O.J. Simpson, season two takes place before and after the central murder. In addition to showing the bloody aftermath of Gianni’s murder, there are also scenes of him and Andrew together as Andrew’s lying streak begins.
Viewers will also recognize Ricky Martin, as Gianni’s partner, and New Girl’s Max Greenfield, as a friend of Andrew’s, in the footage below.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace premieres Jan. 17 on FX.
The Trailer for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story Will Give You Chills
Nov 14, 2017
Watch the OFFICIAL TRAILER for #ACSVersace. The next installment of FX?s award-winning original series premieres January 17. pic.twitter.com/LDiJ6ZSTJm
— AmericanCrimeStoryFX (@ACSFX) November 15, 2017
We knew we were looking forward to The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, but we didn’t know just how much until right now.
FX just debuted the first official, full-length trailer for season two of the anthology series and boy does it look incredible. We were already prepared to watch Edgar Ramirez and Penélope Cruz accept their awards, and now we’re over here campaigning for Darren Criss too. January 17 can’t come soon enough!
Versace is the follow-up to last year’s award-winning The People v. O.J. Simpson and stars Ramirez as Gianni Versace, Cruz as his sister Donatella, and Criss as Versace’s assassin, Andrew Cunanan. Ricky Martin stars as Gianni’s boyfriend Antonio D'Amico, and the cast also includes Annaleigh Ashford, Max Greenfield, Finn Wittrock, and Nico Evers-Swindell.
'The Assassination of Gianni Versace' Trailer: Tragic Tale Of A Born Liar & A Fashion Icon
November 14, 2017
“Everything you see around us — this house, this company — was his life. I will not allow that man, that nobody, to kill my brother twice.” So says Donatella Versace (Penelope Cruz) in the new trailer for The Assassination of Gianni Versace, the second installment of FX’s American Crime Story.
The footage premiered during tonight’s finale of the network’s other anthology drama, American Horror Story: Cult. Watch it above.
The story follows Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss), a prolific liar and boaster who sold his body to older men and also was involved in petty crimes and drugs. In April 1997, he began a cross-country killing spree that claimed four lives and landed him on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List. But his murderous ways weren’t done: On July 15 that year, he shot and killed Versace (Edgar Ramirez) on the steps of the iconic fashion designer’s Miami villa. Cunanan would kill himself about a week later as police closed in on him.
Ricky Martin also stars in the series from Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, who exec produce along Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, Dan Minahan and Tom Rob Smith. Smith penned the script, and Murphy directs the premiere episode. The Assassination of Gianni Versace is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.
FX has its work cut out in trying to top the commercial and awards success of the first run of American Crime Story. Last year’s The People v. O.J. Simpson scored record ratings and destroyed its Emmy rivals, scooping nine trophies including Outstanding Limited Series.
'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story': FX + Subscribers Get Early Peek at First Episode
November 14, 2017
FX+ subscribers will have early access to the first episode of Ryan Murphy’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. It will be available beginning Friday, January 12, 2018, five days before the series’ official premiere on FX. The second installment of the award-winning limited series will premiere on FX on Wednesday, January 17, at 10 PM ET/PT.
Written by Tom Rob Smith, the series stars Darren Criss, Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz and Ricky Martin. Murphy directs the first episode and executive produces with Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, Dan Minahan, Tom Rob Smith, Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. The series is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.
Commerical-free FX+ is currently available to Comcast Xfinity TV and Cox Contour subscribers who upgrade their service to include FX+ in their video package for $5.99 per month.
Poppy, I agree, in comparison with all the stuff that has been released these last months, this trailer is a big step forward. Darren looks amazing in it (his eyes when he's covered of blood, his voice when he delivers his last sentence in the video...). And the show looks amazing too
As I'm pretty ignorant about the real facts behind the show, I'm also very surprised by Cunanan. He's not the kind of character I though he was.
Jeremy wrote:his voice when he delivers his last sentence in the video...)
Jeremy wrote: He's not the kind of character I though he was.
Link: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/film-tv/amp13724056/american-crime-story-2-versace-teaser-trailer/HarpersBazaar wrote:
The First Trailer for 'Versace; American Crime Story' Is Incredible
FX has released the first official trailer for its second season of American Crime Story, and it's a chilling mix of '90s glamour and blood-spattered horror. This season, titled The Assassination of Gianni Versace, chronicles the murder of fashion designer Versace on the front steps of his Miami home, the culmination of serial killer Andrew Cunanan's three-month murder spree.
The trailer focuses on Cunanan's dark obsession with Versace, opening with a gunshot and Versace's partner, Antonio D'Amico (Ricky Martin) screaming for help before zeroing in on Cunanan (Darren Criss) and his social-climbing aspirations. As he closes in on his murderous rage, his voiceover declares, "This world has wasted me, and yet this world also made you, Mr. Versace, into a star. You're not better than me. We're the same. The only difference is you got lucky."
[. . . ]
Criss' eerie portrayal of Cunanan might surprise longtime fans with such a stark departure from the actor's Glee days. The series also marks Cruz's first television role.
Link: http://www.vulture.com/2017/11/the-first-assassination-of-gianni-versace-trailer-is-here.htmlVulture wrote:
The First Trailer for The Assassination of Gianni Versace; American Crime Story is Bloody and Opulent
You’ve seen the neon-soaked clip of Darren Criss in his murder Speedo. You’ve seen the stills of the cast luxuriating in high fashion “Miami Medici Chic.” Now you can see the first extended look at footage from The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. Everyone is serving face. Everyone is beautiful. And the way Criss says, “I know people,” should be an Emmy for Your Consideration clip on its own. Versace premieres on January 17.
Link: https://www.out.com/television/2017/11/15/watch-versaces-glamorous-death-first-american-crime-story-trailerOut wrote:
Watch Edgar Ramirez as Versace in First American Crime Story Trailer
Also watch it for Darren Criss looking like the hottest murderer of all time.
“Murder but make it fashion” might as well be the tagline for the upcoming season of American Crime Story. After an award-winning first season that focused on OJ Simpson, Ryan Murphy Series #451 has moved to South Florida for The Assassination of Gianni Versace and judging by the new trailer, we’re in for a top-quality, glamorous murder story.
In the new season, Murphy will focus on the murder of Gianni Versace by serial killer Andrew Cunanan, who killed four people before the fashion designer, and committed suicide eight days after his death. It’s a shocking story and yeah, we’re here for it, but let’s talk about how glorious the cast is for a second.
Penelope Cruz and Edgar Ramirez look flawless as Donatella and Gianni, respectively, and Ricky Martin looks very Ricky Martin as Gianni’s lover Antonio D’Amico. Then there’s Darren Criss a long, long way from Glee Club as the murderous Cunanan. Somehow, even as he’s murdering people, he looks high fashion.
The new season starts on January 17th, so if you’re one of the 10 people who haven’t wanted the first season of the show, you’ve got a great excuse to ignore your family this holiday season.
Link: https://www.hypable.com/american-crime-story-versace-trailer-darren-criss/Hypable wrote:
'American Crime Story: Versace' trailer is a sizzle reel for Darren Criss' inevitable Emmy
Will Darren Criss earn his first Emmy for American Crime Story: Versace? Judging by the trailer, the odds are in his favor.
[. . . ]
The trailer for the second installment in the American Crime Story series showcases what appears to be Murphy’s second Emmy submission sizzle reel. And instead of the Sarah Paulsons and Jessica Langes of the Murphy catalogue, another person steals the spotlight this time around – Darren Criss.
[. . . ]
There is no shortage of Darren Criss footage in the trailer,. . .
Last we saw Darren Criss on television, he was manipulating space-time on The Flash and Supergirl as the Music Meister. Before that, he was eating cat food and being cut to pieces by Kathy Bates’ AHS: Hotel character.
Cast as Andrew Cunanan in February, Criss’ transformation into the serial killer who, like Criss, was half Filipino, caught the eyes of social media as he filmed on location in cutoff shorts, his hair free from gel. But fans of Criss know that those shorts are nothing new. The actor wore much less during his turn in the Broadway revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
Which is the exact production that led executive producer Brad Simpson to see Criss as the only person for the role.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly in June, Simpson recalled, “Once every night he jumps into somebody’s lap and makes out with them…It was very charming and a very Cunanan thing to do, to be a little devilish. Cunanan charmed people and then turned them off. We’re talking about a serial killer people liked.”
In the same interview, Criss noted, “Actors are only as good as the parts they get. You can only be as good as those moments you get. This is one of those ship-coming-in moments where Ryan has really given me this massive opportunity, and I’d like to think I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.”
And Criss showed up to work. In the minute and half we see his character go to work, lying, seducing, coming unhinged, and murdering Versace. He is truly captivating. You hang on his words, find the slight shifts in his facial expressions. Note the moments he is working hard to get someone right where he wants them. The see how quickly it switches to a scene where he is alone in the aftermath.
Just as he took you inside Marcia Clark’s personal trial as she prosecuted O. J. Simpson, Murphy prepares to take you into the world of a killer that earned a smile and a nod as he slipped under the radar of a manhunt.
It’s going to be an exciting and wild ride to watch Criss explore this character. It will be even better in the fall watching Criss smile at the camera as the nominees for best actor in a miniseries are announced at the Emmys.
Link: http://www.4ye.co.uk/2017/11/trailer-for-the-assassination-of-gianni-versace-american-crime-story-has-arrived/4YourExcitement wrote:
Trailer for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story has Arrived
The wait is over, we have the first full trailer of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story and boy is it action-packed.
The series stars Edgar Ramirez as the fashion designer, and Glee alumnus Darren Criss as Andrew Cunanan, the spree killer who murdered Versace on the steps of his Miami mansion 20 years ago. The cast also includes Penelope Cruz as Donatella Versace and Ricky Martin as Antonio D’Amico.
The trailer shows Cunanan infiltrating the Miami scene in order to get close to the fashion designer, but it also shows his darker side when we realise that Versace was not his first victim. In reality, Cunanan killed four men before he slayed the fashion designer. Although the series is centered on the murder of Versace, it is clear that we will get to see a fully rounded view of the man who pulled the trigger, given that the manhunt for Cunanan ended with the killer committing suicide.
If the trailer is any indication, the full series which will premiere on FX on January 17 is going to be full of exceptional acting and drama, with Ramirez, Cruz, and Criss all perfectly embodying the real people they are playing. Criss in particular as Cunanan is chilling as we see a fantasist who is convinced he is somebody he is not, and no one can deny the resemblance between Criss and the real-life Cunanan.
The series was written by Tom Rob Smith and is based on the book Vulgar Favors: Andrew Cunanan, Gianni Versace, and the Largest Failed Manhunt in U.S. Historyby Maureen Orth. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are returning as executive producers and are joined by Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson.
The first season of the show, The People vs O.J. Simpson won a multitude of awards including Golden Globes, Emmys, and a BAFTA, and it would not be unexpected to see The Assassination of Gianni Versace do similarly well, with fingers crossed nominations for Criss.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story will premiere on January 17 on FX, with FX+ subscribers being able to watch on January 12.
Link: http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/15/darren-criss-looks-set-to-clean-up-in-awards-season-in-american-crime-story-season-2-trailer-7082516/Metro wrote:
Darren Criss looks set to clean up in awards season in American Crime Story season 2 trailer
Nov 15, 2017
Darren Criss is the standout as killer Andrew Cuanan (Picture: FX)
The series, directed by Ryan Murphy, boasts a very impressive cast including Penelope Cruz, Edgar Ramirez and Darren Criss.
Singer Ricky Martin is also in the cast playing Versace’s boyfriend.
The FX show will focus on the high profile murder of Gianni Versace (Ramirez), the founder of heavyweight brand Versace, in 1997 and the mystery around his death.
Glee star Criss is already looking like the standout performance as Versace’s murderer Andrew Cunanan, while Cruz is suitably stoic – and blonde! – as Versace’s sister Donatella.
As well as Versace, it will also look at other murders committed by Cunanan during his three-month spree.
American Crime Story: The Assassinatio Of Gianni Versace kick off in America on January 17 and will air on BBC Two at a currently unspecified date.
Link: http://www.revistavanityfair.es/celebrities/articulos/darren-criss-american-crime-story-versace/27264RevistaVanityFair wrote:
We have to seriously talk about Darren Criss
November 16, 2017
Expectations were high since we saw the first photos of shooting and the release of the trailer has confirmed it: The Assasination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story has all the ingredientes to become one of the most important series of 2018.
And although the first thing that caught the attention of everyone has been listening to Penélope Cruz speaking like Donatella Versace (to the point that with one phrase she sounds like a favorite to win on the next Emmy awards), successive viewings of this first advance have made us notice Darren Criss.
He has been chosen to give life to Andrew Cunanan, the confessed assassin of the designer. A criminal whose personal characteristics invite one to fall into one-dimensional parody (handsome, psychopath and homosecual) but that, judging by the trailer, will not be presented that way.
Especially knowing the work Ryan Murphy did in the previous season to break the preconceived ideas that the public had of those involved in the case of O.J. Simpson; it needs to be interpreted by an actor capable of offering more than a good physique.
Although the truth is that Darren is more than qualified.
But where did this 30-year-old with almost an adolescent appearance come from and why was he the one selected to be part of this project? We do not have to get to far from the Murphy universe to discover it, since it was he who gave him his first opportunity when he offered him a role in 2010 on his spoiled series of the moment: Glee.
His character, Blaine Anderson, appeared for the first time in the second season of this comedy in which also participated, among others, Lea Michele and the sadly deceased Cory Monteith. The idea is that he was a secondary character but the response of the audience was so good, and his chemistry with Chris Colfer (who played Kurt Hummel) was so undeniable that he ended up staying until the end of it as his official boyfriend.
But as we said, in Hollywood it takes more than being handsome and nice to succeed. That only serves to achieve your first role, but then you have to show that you have something extra to offer and Darren, originally from San Francisco, is next to Lea Michele the only one who knew how to take advantage of his time on Glee. And no, we aren’t just talking about Katy Perry inviting him to appear in the music video of her famous Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F).
Of course he had to leave Hollywood for a while and move to New York to become transsexual Hedwig in the Broadway musical Hedwig And The Angry Inch, a role previously played by Neil Pratick Harris, star of How I Met Your Mother; and Michael C. Hall, star of Dexter.
Following two heavyweights like them was not an easy task. Luckily Darren already had experience in musical theater, since before jumping to fame on television he had earned the respect of the world by getting into the skin of Harry Potter himself in an unofficial musical parody of the saga called A Very Potter Musical, whose score he also composed. Have we already said that Criss, besides acting and singing, also writes music?
The critiques after that New York adventure, of course, could not be better. If Hollywood did not deign to call him, Broadway was always going to welcome him with open arms.
But when you have producer Ryan Murphy as a good friend, it is not so easy to escape the Hollywood siren. Even if it’s to do a little cameo in American Horror Story: Hotel, if the most powerful man on television calls you, you go without question.
Especially knowing that the also creator of such series such as Feud or Nip/Tuck uses those collaborations as a casting for future projects where you, if you give the profile, he will bet on you without thinking. And that is just what he has done by giving him the role of killer in the Versace series.
Although it would not be fair to believe that the only merit of Darren Criss is having a good godfather behind him. While his great opportunity was coming (getting offered the opportunity to act with Penélope Cruz?) This young man has not lost status taking advantage of all the technological resources in his favor so that the world does not forget about him and his talent.
Whether it was singing with his guitar on YouTube covers of Disney classics; whether it was giving concerts in small alternative venues with his brother Chuck with the band Computer Games or even appearing as a guest in a chapter of series like The Flash, he has always been there.
A slow but steady path that has taken him to the sweetest moment of his life. Now it’s up to him to enjoy. We insist, write the name: Darren Criss. In a few months you will see him everywhere.
I was curious, Jeremy, what kind of character did you expect him to be?
Jeremy wrote:I hope we'll see him everywhere in a few months, as they say in the article.
And we don't need to wait the airing of the season to give him his Emmy, the trailer is enough
Jeremy wrote:Well, I expected him to have less social life and I also didn't know he met Versace before the murder.
Link: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/11/versace-american-crime-story-trailerVanity Fair wrote:
The First Look at Versace: American Crime Story Goes Inside the Mind of a Murderer
November 15, 2017
The first trailer is showing viewers the dark world of Gianni Versace’s killer, Andrew Cunanan.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story is going deep into the mind of Andrew Cunanan, the serial killer who fatally shot fashion designer Gianni Versace in front of his Miami home in 1997. FX has released the first trailer for the dark, glittering series, executive produced by the impossibly busy Ryan Murphy, and it quickly hones in on Cunanan’s grim world.
Bright-eyed star Darren Criss plays the killer, going into full American Psycho mode as he leans into the role of a hustler who embeds himself in Versace’s world. There’s a near-perfect montage of Cunanan’s dark evolution, with shots of Criss screaming into the ocean, wielding a pair of deadly scissors over a potential victim, and standing alone in a room, his face and body covered in blood.
The trailer also offers glimpses of the rest of the high-profile cast. Penélope Cruz plays a beautifully heartbroken Donatella Versace, Gianni’s sister, as she promises to maintain her brother’s legacy. “I will not allow that man, that nobody, to kill my brother twice,” she vows. Donatella would go on to run her brother’s empire, maintaining Versace’s reputation as a high-end fashion brand. She’s still a power player to this day, currently preparing to co-host next year’s Met Gala with Rihanna and Amal Clooney.
Ricky Martin also makes an appearance, playing Antonio D'Amico, a model and designer who was also Gianni’s longtime partner. Then, there’s Édgar Ramírez as Versace himself, fully inhabiting the luxe role of the high-flying designer. The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story will premiere on Jan. 17.
Link: http://www.playbill.com/article/watch-darren-criss-become-a-murderer-in-trailer-for-versace-american-crime-storyPlaybill wrote:
Watch Darren Criss Become a Murderer in Trailer for Versace; American Crime Story
Nov 15, 2017
Darren Criss stars as Andrew Cunanan, the man who murdered fashion designer Gianni Versace in 1997, in the trailer for FX's upcoming series, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.
The series co-stars Ricky Martin as Versace's partner Antonio D'Amico, Penélope Cruz as his sister Donatella Versace, and Edgar Ramirez as the assassinated designer himself.
Versace is set to feature several Broadway artists. In addition to Criss and Martin, who have appeared on Broadway in revivals of How to Succeed and Evita respectively, the series is headed by executive producer Ryan Murphy, who will bring a production of The Boys in the Band to Broadway this spring.
ACSFX: He killed more than an icon. #ACSVersace premieres January 17 on FX.
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