Impeachment: American Crime Story is the third edition of the popular television series American Crime Story based on real-life crime stories. Inspired from Jeffrey Toobin’s A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President, the story follows the scandal of Clinton and Lewinsky.
The series has been a directorial project of Michael Uppendahl, while Sarah Burgess, Daniel Pearle, and Flora Birnbaum have penned the story. The current season was released officially on September 7, 2021, after a year-long delay and included ten episodes. Until now, the show has managed to garner fairly good reviews with a rating of 67% by Rotten Tomatoes based on 54 reviews and an average 6.5/10 rating.
The Cast of Impeachment: American Crime Story
The main cast comprises of-
- Sarah Paulson essaying the role of Linda Tripp
- Annaleigh Ashford essaying the role of Paula Jones
- Beanie Feldstein essaying the role of Monica Lewinsky
- Margo Martindale essaying the role of Lucianne Goldberg
- Clive Owen essaying the role of President Bill Clinton
- Edie Falco essaying the role of Hillary Clinton
Previously on Episode 6 of Impeachment: American Crime Story
The previous episode by the title– Man Handled- shows Clinton and Lewinsky’s case coming into public eyes. Being shocked by the utter betrayal of her friend and being dragged by FBI agents, Lewinsky is frightened to expose the news of the affair with the president to her father. Mike Emmick warns her to behave appropriately unless she wishes to be in jail for 28 years.
Despite the attempts of Emmick and Jackie Bennett to make her speak to record her statements before Clinton’s testification in court, Lewinsky keeps silent throughout and tries to postpone the process by taking frequent bathroom breaks and calling for her mother who comes prepared to face cold authority.
Meanwhile, Lewinsky’s father hires the lawyer who, by stating facts and insulting Emmick, enables Lewinsky free, which leaves upholding her ladylike charm.
What would Happen in Episode 7 of Impeachment: American Crime Story?
The upcoming seventh episode, titled The Assassination of Monica Lewinsky, will show Lewinsky going off the public eye by residing at her mom’s place in Watergate Complex for some time post the denial of involvement with her by Bill Clinton during his testimony. The real incident famous in American political history is still afresh in the memory of citizens. The incident also makes Lewinsky expose to public scrutiny after that.
When will Episode 7 be Release, and Where can it be Enjoyed?
The seventh episode of Impeachment: American Crime Story is releasing on October 19, 2021, on FX at 10 pm ET. Each episode will run for a duration of 42-45 minutes, releasing new episodes each Tuesday. Those who miss the television show can head to the official FX website or log into FX Now to enjoy the episodes.
Other online platforms for viewing the show are YouTube TV, Fubo TV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, Xfinity, Vidgoand DirecTV. The episodes can also be purchased from YouTube, Vudu, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, and Spectrum.