The O.J. Simpson double murder case returns to U.S. television on Sunday with a 2006 interview that producers say will give viewers an unprecedented glimpse into the mind of the former football star.
More than twenty years after his 1995 acquittal for the murder of his ex-wife and her friend, Fox television is airing a two-hour special on Sunday called O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?.
The show will broadcast for the first time a lengthy 2006 video interview with Simpson in which he talks about his marriage to Nicole Brown Simpson and gives a hypothetical account of events on the night in June 1994 when she and her friend Ron Goldman were murdered at her Los Angeles home.
Simpson's 13-month trial and acquittal still captivates Americans and was the subject of an award-winning 2016 TV series and a documentary.