Ahead of the finale of The People v. O.J. Simpson, Rembert Browne joined Matt and Gazelle on the Vulture TV Podcast to discuss why the series was so strangely riveting, how well it handles the season-long build, the best performances, and why Christopher Darden is like Jeb Bush in the 2016 election. Plus, Anthony Hemingway, who directed almost half of The People v. O.J.’s episodes, talks about how you direct another person’s vision, a particularly pivotal scene for David Schwimmer, and a song he wanted to use that didn’t make the cut.
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