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  1. 'American Crime' Creator John Ridley Talks Tackling Immigration Issues in the Trump Era

    4:43 pm 1/10/2017

    "This story would have been told irrespective of who's in the Oval Office," the Oscar winner says about the upcoming season of the anthology drama.Read more

  2. Sandra Oh Plots TV Return With ABC's 'American Crime' (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 9/29/2016

    The 'Grey's Anatomy' grad will return to ABC with a recurring role on the John Ridley anthology.Read more

  3. Emmys: Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for 'American Crime'

    6:22 pm 9/18/2016

    Emmys: Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for 'American Crime'Read more

  4. 'Quantico,' 'American Crime' to Stream on Netflix in Exclusive Deal (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 8/23/2016

    Both seasons of John Ridley's 'American Crime' are now streaming in the U.S.Read more

  5. 'American Crime': Connor Jessup Returning for Season 3

    10:20 am 8/17/2016

    He made his series debut in the second season of the anthology series.Read more

  6. Lili Taylor Sets 'American Crime' Return for Season 3

    1:00 pm 8/1/2016

    The actress was nominated for an Emmy for her work in season two.Read more

  7. Timothy Hutton Returning for 'American Crime' Season 3

    12:00 pm 7/25/2016

    The Golden Globe winner will join Felicity Huffman, Regina King and Richard Cabral in the John Ridley drama.Read more

  8. 'American Crime': Richard Cabral to Return for Season 3

    11:00 am 7/8/2016

    He joins Felicity Huffman and Regina King as remaining with the John Ridley ABC anthology.Read more

  9. 'American Crime' Creator John Ridley Tackles Sexual Assault on Campuses

    5:00 am 6/22/2016

    "If we’re having trouble getting it, but it’s happening, maybe this is something we should be talking about."Read more

  10. Drama Showrunner Roundtable: 6 Top TV Bosses on Fighting for Diversity, Getting Pigeonholed and Casting "A—holes"

    6:45 am 6/6/2016

    Six of television's top drama series bosses — Sam Esmail, Julian Fellowes, Nina Jacobson, Marti Noxon, Melissa Rosenberg and John Ridley — open up about the stories that made them genuinely nervous, the things they still can’t believe they got past the network censors and the ongoing inequities of being anyone other than a privileged white male.Read more

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