The second season of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story anthology series, titled The Assassination of Gianni Versace, explores the titular designer’s brutal 1997 murder at the hands of serial killer Andrew Cunanan. We’ve been walking through all nine episodes with Miami Herald editorial board member Luisa Yanez — who reported on the crime and ... More »
One of the things I remember most vividly about the hunt for Andrew Cunanan was watching his final showdown on television. The regular broadcast was interrupted as the police went into a houseboat and found his dead body, and I just remember someone on TV saying “houseboat,” “houseboat,” “houseboat” repeatedly. ... More »
If nothing else, the finale for The Assassination Of Gianni Versace was always going to be interesting. The series started with ambitious goals to provide a true crime series, a character portrait of a killer, a time capsule of the ‘90s, and an overlapping examination of a number of issues ranging from classism to… Read more...
The second season of American Crime Story ends where it began, with the titular assassination of Gianni Versace. After going back in time throughout Andrew's life, the finale returns to Florida with Andrew on the run from the FBI, stuck watching his own life's story play out on the news.
Let's discuss this season's "American Crime Story," which not enough people saw, probably because it was very dark and very gay.
American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace ended with an episode titled "Alone," with the obvious connection being that spree-killer Andrew Cunanan was alone and desperate in his final days, hiding from the huge manhunt that descended upon Miami Beach after he shot Gianni Versace. Show More Summary
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details about tonight's season finale of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, "Alone" on FX. Tonight we returned to the July 15, 1997 crime scene where serial killer Andrew Cunanan guns down famed Italian designer Gianni Versace on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion, and a manhunt pursues. Show More Summary
Like all the episodes before it, the 'Assassination of Gianni Versace' finale blurs the lines.
Their stories continued beyond the 'Assassination of Gianni Versace' finale.
The X-Files on Fox at 8:00pm ET. 11th season finale. 9-1-1 on Fox at 9:00pm ET. First season finale. American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace on FX at 10:00pm ET. Second season finale. I still feel strange about...
No spoilers, but don't expect a happy ending.
"American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace" is not what its subtitle suggests. Instead, the murder of Gianni Versace in 1997 serves as a starting point into the compelling story of his killer, Andrew Cunanan. UnlikeShow More Summary
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story comes to a chilling conclusion tonight on FX, and spoiler alert: Ricky Martin's heartbreaking performance as Gianni Versace's...
At a Los Angeles event previewing the final episode of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story," stars Ricky Martin and Edgar Ramirez discuss the cultural impact of the series. (March 20)
Edgar Ramirez and Darren Criss teamed up for the For Your Consideration celebration of FX’s American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace! The actors suited up for the event held at DGA Theater on Sunday (March 19) in Los Angeles. They were joined by their co-stars Cody Fern and Ricky Martin. Cody rocked a [...]
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The backwards arc of Andrew Cunanan on The Assassination of Gianni Versace continues in the seventh episode, "Ascent." It's obviously the inverse of last week's accurately-titled "Descent" because this time we see Andrew go from a poor pharmacy worker to living in a fancy estate with Norman.
Here's where the show gets it right, and where the lines were blurred.
As The Assassination Of Gianni Versace winds down toward the end of its season, there is a lesser sense of urgency present throughout. “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” was the clear highlight of season two and these last two episodes—ugh, titled “Descent” and “Ascent”—haven’t quite succeeded in keeping up the momentum. Neither… Read more...