OJ Made America-show

ESPN has made the complete ‘O.J.: Made is America’ documentary available online.

From the very minute it was announced, ESPN’s O.J.: Made in America documentary was projected to be something major. The documentary was aired at the Tribeca Film Festival, and the series is so in-depth that it’s spanning five parts in full. It’s perhaps the most ambitious undertaking ESPN’s “30 for 30” film subsidiary has ever undertaken.

But this isn’t merely American Crime Story: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson’s real-life equivalent. Rather, what director Ezra Edelman has done with Made in America is chronicle O.J. the man, the athlete, the icon, the polarizing figure, and more. The murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman – the centerpiece of The People Vs. – won’t even appear in Made in America until its third episode, which airs tonight; and yet its two initial episodes have already captivated audiences on social media and the like.

For those who won’t be able to sit in front of a television at prime-time for the rest of this week, or who missed the first two parts of Made in America – or who don’t want to risk a sporting event co-opting their O.J. viewing again – you’re in luck: the complete documentary series is available to watch online right now, by way of the WatchESPN app.

Those with access to the WatchESPN app can head over here to watch all five parts of “30 for 30 Presents” O.J.: Made in America in full at your heart’s content. For everyone else, Parts 3, 4, and 5 of the documentary will air on June 15th, June 17th, and June 18th, respectively, on ESPN at 8 PM.