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File this one under does anyone even still care news. According to, Fox is about to bring a TV show to the masses that centers around the OJ Simpson trial of the mid 90′s! For those who are somehow unfamiliar with the OJ case, it basically went down like this;

OJ Simpson was a former NFL hero that converted that fame into a broadcasting/acting career. He was accused of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. OJ didn’t want to turn himself in, so he ended up taking the police on a whirlwind low speed chase on a California freeway, with his best good buddy Al Cowlings at the wheel. Simpson was threatening to kill himself in that infamous white bronco truck while the police chased him up the highway.

Basically, the police chase and subsequent trial took the entire nation by storm and people were glued to their TV’s for weeks to watch the drama play out. The nation learned about prosecutors Marsha Clark and Chris Darden as well as defense attorney’s Johnny Cochran and the Kardashian children’s father Robert Kardashian. The entire trial was full of antics and witnesses that would become a part of pop culture history.

And when OJ was found not guilty, it split the nation into three categories; People who were happy, People who were mad and People who just wished everyone would shut up about it!

So now, nearly two decades later, Fox is trying to resurrect the OJ Case, but does anyone still care? Those wounds have been relatively healed so maybe it’s something that should be allowed to stay settled. What do you guys think? Do you still care about the OJ case? Will you be watching? Take our poll and have your say!


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