Ezra Edelman

documentary producer and director

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This year has produced not one, but two extraordinary series on an unlikely subject: O.J. Simpson. In February, FX began airing The People v. O.J.

Ezra Edelman on 'O.J.: Made in America'

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On October 3, 1995, more than 95 million people gathered in front of their TV's or radios to learn OJ Simpson's fate in what was dubbed "the trial of the century."

'OJ: Made in America:' The Rise and Fall of a Hero Through the Lens of Race

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