Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 1 Release Date: What to Expect?

Developed by Scott Alexander, Tom Rob Smith, and Larry Karaszewski, ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ is the third season of the true-crime anthology series ‘American Crime Story.’ The third round of the show focuses on the Clinton–Lewinsky Scandal, a political sex scandal revolving around Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, and Monica Lewinsky, a young intern at the White House.

‘Impeachment’ is based on the 1999 non-fiction book ‘A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President’ written by Jeffrey Toobin. If you are wondering what is in store for you in the first episode of season 3, we’ve got you covered!

Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 1 Release Date

‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ episode 1 or ‘American Crime Story’ season 3 episode 1 is set to premiere on September 7, 2021, at 10 p.m. ET on FX. Season 3 has ten episodes in total which will air every week on Tuesdays.

Where to Watch Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 1 Online?

You can watch ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ episode 1 on FX by tuning in to the channel at the date and time specified above. Those with active cable subscription details can watch the episode on FX’s official website or FX Now. Furthermore, it can be viewed on live-streaming platforms such as Sling TV, Vidgo, YouTube TV, and DirecTV. Viewers can also catch the upcoming episode on FX on Hulu a day after its TV premiere. Additionally, the episodes will be available for purchase on iTunes as and when they roll out.

Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 1 Spoilers

The first episode is titled ‘Exiles.’ It will possibly start by depicting events from 1994. The first episode might revolve around Linda Tripp, a White House staffer who might get transferred to the Pentagon’s public affairs office following her boss’ death. There she will meet Monica Lewinsky, with whom she will strike up a friendship. Like Linda, Lewinsky would have previously worked at the White House before moving to the public affairs office in Pentagon. In the following one-and-a-half years, they will become close friends.

On the other hand, a civil servant called Paula Jones, working for the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission (AIDC), will sue President Clinton for alleged sexual harassment. In her lawsuit, she will likely claim that Clinton propositioned her and made inappropriate sexual advances during his tenure as the Governor of Arkansas.

Lewinsky will be about 22 years old at the time of her first sexual encounter with Clinton, who will be 49. When she will tell Tripp about her alleged affair with the President, the latter might speak to literary agent Lucianne Goldberg about it. On Goldberg’s advice, Tripp might begin recording her phone conversations with Lewinsky to collect more evidence about her supposed affair with Clinton. The teaser will give you an idea of what is to come.

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