We’ll Be Talking ‘Impeachment’ Again in a Year, No Matter What Happens With Trump

It’s the title of American Crime Story’s Season 3, debuting Sept. 27, 2020

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No matter how the House of Representatives’ inquiry into President Trump plays out, FX hopes that “impeachment” is still a big buzzword exactly one year from today. That’s when the third season of American Crime Story—titled, that’s right, Impeachment—is set to debut.

But Season 3 of Ryan Murphy’s critically acclaimed anthology series has nothing to do with the current White House.

Instead, Impeachment: American Crime Story—premiering Sept. 27, 2020—will focus on the national scandal involving Monica Lewinsky and then-President Bill Clinton that led in 1998 to the country’s first impeachment in more than a century.

The series will be written by playwright Sarah Burgess and executive produced by the American Crime Story team, including Murphy, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson.



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