In the upcoming episode of Kocktails with Khloe, Khloe Kardashian reveals she has not been watching American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, which features a portrayal of her father Robert Kardashian by David Schwimmer.
Speaking out about her views on the show, she said: "It's so deep. I understand why it came back, I just feel bad and I think I'm a little more sensitive to it cause he was my 'Uncle O.J.,'... that's always what I called him, so just hearing things, or I might remember stories a little differently."
Robert Kardashian is played by David Schwimmer in the series, to which Khloe commented: "I was also just afraid of how they would portray my dad, and I hear David Schwimmer did a phenomenal job and they play him really true to form, so I'm grateful for that."
But will Khloe end up watching the series? While expressing she "definitely" wants to catch up on it soon, she explains: "It's not that I won't watch it, it's just that I've had little reservations about it."
One of her main reasons? She feels for O.J's children: "Like, how f---ed up. You'll never get over your mom being murdered, and now they have to be stalked with paparazzi again."
On 3 December 2015, we wrote...
We've been waiting for what feels like forever for the American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson trailer, and now here it is...
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Glee creator Ryan Murphy has taken on the upcoming true-crime anthology series which sees Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J. Simpson, and John Travolta, Sarah Paulson, and David Schwimmer all star as lawyers who helped orchestrate one of the most famous trials in the history of the American legal system.
"The trial wasn't the whole story," it promises in the trailer. "This is."
Season one will debut in America in February 2016, but no word as yet whether it'll be aired here in the UK.
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On 5 October 2015, we wrote...
"I happen to love Kris Jenner," the actress said. "I found her to be endearing and extremely intelligent and warm and generous. I don't have enough good things to say about her,"
"I thought she was wonderful. I don't think I knew just how amazingly likeable she is and how giving."
So we're expecting a very favourable portrayal on Kris in the show, which follows the 1995 murder trial of OJ Simpson and how Kris' then-husband Rob Kardashian represented him.
"I remember really following the O.J. Simpson case and really feeling tremendously for Ron Goldman's family and Nicole Brown Simpson," said Selma. "I think it's important to keep remembering."
The show is set to air in American in February 2016 and also stars David Schwimmer, John Travolta and Jordana Brewster.
On 2 July 2015, we wrote:
The actress has said that it has been "a joy" to play matriarch Kris Jenner in the television biopic based on the OJ Simpson trial.
Selma said of the series and her role: "It's not something I can really talk about because Ryan Murphy's so mum on his scripts, but it's a small part for me and a joy to be a part of this." She continued: "I love everything Ryan does, I also love Kris. It's good to have work in LA with someone that you think is so extremely talented...Kris is someone that is so present in our lives that you feel like you can just watch her mannerisms, but [our portrayal is] from such a different time." It also appears that the admiration is mutual, as Kris shared this post of the pair a while back, accompanied by a caption which included the words: "I think she's a great choice."
On 12th May 2015, we wrote...
The film, called American Crime Story: The People V OJ Simpson, will follow the trial of the OJ Simpson, who was acquitted of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her lover.
Kris's late husband, Robert Kardashian, defended OJ and will be played by Friends star David Schwimmer in the biopic.
The miniseries is filmed from the perspective of the lawyers and American Horror Story executive producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will oversee the 10-episode series.
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