OJ: Trial of the Century

Credits

Executive Producers:
NICOLE RITTENMEYER
LOUISE NORMAN
Producers:
ALLISON FERNER
ADRIAN MURRAY
Associate Producer:
TIMOTHY MORAN
Lead Editor:
ADRIAN MURRAY
Editor:
PRICHARD SMITH
Assistant Editors:
PATRICK MORRISSEY
WARANETTA KAI ENGLISH
JACOB GERVICH
Graphics:
JAMES LANGEN
Finance & Administration:
WAVERLY DAMATO
Composers:
PETER CHALLIS
ED BRADSHAW
Sound Design:
DAMON TROTTA
ADRIAN MURRAY
PETER CHALLIS
ED BRADSHAW
Post Production Mixer:
DAMON TROTTA
Online Colorist:
BEN PEREZ
Finishing Provided By:
POST FACTORY NY

FOR INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY

Executive Producer:
DIANA SPERRAZZA
Associate Producer:
PAUL YANNES
Sr. Vice President, Production:
SARA KOZAK
General Manager:
KEVIN BENNETT
Group President:
HENRY SCHLEIFF

Produced by Every Hill Films & Raw TV for Investigation Discovery

The People vs. OJ Simpson was the first of its kind: trial as entertainment for the masses. This is the story of how the murder of two human beings became the first nationally televised soap opera of tangled and salacious plotlines that would beget countless others. When it was over, two people were still dead, no one was punished, and deep fault lines of bigotry and bias had been exposed in white and black America. For some it was a judicial catastrophe. For others it was merely confirmation that you get the kind of justice you can afford.

Using only contemporaneous footage, much of it never-before-seen, and told without interviews or narration, OJ: TRIAL OF THE CENTURY unfolds as a tight, compelling, true life drama. This is the “stranger than fiction” narrative that captivated America and the world — and the ultimate allegory for tensions that continue to rend American society today.