Welcome back to tvDownload’s social media column — written for the people and by the people, like some kind of millennials’ Pravda. It’s where you can come to find out what the internet is saying about your favorite shows, and to see what new stuff might be worth checking out. You do want to fit in with the rest of us, don’t you, comrade?
This week’s episode of The People V. O.J. was all about Marcia Clark, and it just may be the most popular one yet. More than 20 years after the trial, people are finally acknowledging that the female prosecutor got totally shafted by a sexist courtroom.
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For this episode of #AmericanCrimeStory #PeopleVsOJSimpson to coincide with #InternationalWomensDay is really sweet serendipity. Hugs to #MarciaClark for enduring sexism and utter disrespect during the #OJSimpson trial. The episode was heartbreaking to watch thanks to #SarahPaulson 's emotive performance. give her an #Emmy already! @sarahpaulson #ryanmurphy #acsfx
Okay, now we’re just bummed out.
Hang in there, bud! You’ll get your due in 20 years.
The new slave rebellion series Underground premiered on WGN Wednesday, executive-produced by John Legend and featuring Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Christopher Meloni. And it’s looking like the show is already on its way to becoming a hit.
It’s anything but an easy watch, however. So maybe don’t put this one on to unwind.
Not everyone is praising the show, however.
But hey, at least the Masked Scheduler is a fan.
The surprise hit Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has been winning over hearts with a bisexuality plotline centering on a middle-aged man coming to terms with his sexuality.
Really, that is a remarkable mustache, sir.
And finally, the new Sundance show Hap and Leonard premiered this week. It stars Omar Little from The Wire (fine, we’ll call him Michael K. Williams), so it has to at least be interesting.