American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 2 Release Date & Promo of “The President Kissed Me”

American Crime Story 3x02 Promo _The President Kissed Me

The next season of American Crime Story premieres three years after the last installment of the Hurricane Katrina series was canceled. . With seasons 1 and 2 focusing on O.J. Simpson and Gianni Versace, American Crime Story is produced by Ryan Murphy. Season 3 will be the most controversial yet, as it takes place in the 1990s during the Clinton administration and the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Sarah Burgess wrote all ten episodes of Impeachment: American Crime Story, using material from Jeffrey Toobin’s complete novel to create the third hit anthology series. The series features both familiar and new Ryan Murphy characters. On the list of cast members are Sarah Paulson, Edie Falco, and Beanie Feldstein. After watching the #ACE Premiere episode, now fans are eager to watch the new episode 2 titled “The President Kissed Me”, but to see this, we have to wait for the next week.  let’s watch the promo in which power fans are eagerly waiting to see this. also watch the sneak peek of ACS: S03E02 (Updated)

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 3 Release Date

Impeachment Episode 302 Synopsis: Monica reveals to Linda that she is having an affair with the most powerful man in the world.

Starring: Sarah Paulson as Linda Tripp, Beanie Feldstein as Monica Lewinsky, Clive Owen as Bill Clinton, Edie Falco as Hillary Clinton, Cobie Smulders as Ann Coulter

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 2 Release Date

American Crime Story: Impeachment Season 3 Episode 2 titled “The President Kissed Me” will release on FX on September 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Season 3 will consist of ten episodes with a duration of 41-66 minutes that will air every Tuesday night. While the show airs on FX, but don’t worry if you don’t have cable Each new episode will be available to Hulu subscribers the following day at 12:01 a.m. Hawaii time (2:01 a.m. PST/5:01 a.m. EST). You may also view the first episode on FX’s website or the FXNOW app using your cable username and password. Apps for iOS, Android, Amazon Fire Tablet, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox are presently available. Without cable, viewers can watch Impeachment live on any of those platforms. FX is available on YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Sling TV.

When is American Crime Story Season 3 on Netflix?

Both previous seasons came out on Netflix about a year after finishing on FX. Season 3 of American Crime Story: Impeachment is set to premiere on Netflix in October 2022. Of course, in the United States, the best option to see the show before it comes to Netflix is on FX or Hulu. The international broadcast schedule is still unknown.

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 1 Recap

In January 1998, Monica (Beanie Feldstein) is ready to move from Washington to New York when she receives a page from Linda Tripp. Linda invites her to a mall food court lunch, implying she may have “a solution to our problem.” Monica appears and is followed by men in suits. When Linda (Sarah Paulson) arrives, she is accompanied by men in suits, and she doesn’t return Monica’s wave. “You’re in big trouble,” the men say, claiming to be from the FBI. A hotel suite full of feds begins to close off Linda in another room, but Monica instructs them to leave the door open.  Rewind to July 1993, and Linda is about to go for work at the White House Counsel’s Office. Vince Foster is tense. Linda scoffs when First Lady Hillary Clinton (Edie Falco) uses the “communal ladies’ room” with her. Linda offers Vince his lunch, but he’s clearly distracted and drives out into the woods alone. Linda learns about Vince’s death that night, and the next day finds her tranquil office a shambles.

In 1994, Paula Jones (Annaleigh Ashford) lives in Los Angeles with her unsuccessful actor husband Steve Jones (Taran Killam). Then Paula goes into a hotel room alone with President Bill Clinton, and she tells a lawyer the full story: Upon seeing then-Governor Clinton, Bill was “trying to kiss on me.” She stepped out, saying no and demanding an apology from the President. Of course, the Clintons are buddies with the show’s producers. The lawyer thinks he can negotiate… but first he needs to check on Paula. Linda meets with literary agent Lucianne Goldberg (Margo Martindale) to discuss writing. Lucianne asks Linda if she thinks Vince’s murder or an affair with Hilary. But Linda tells the agent she knows of a blonde White House intern having an affair with the president. She won’t say the girl’s name, and Lucianne says she only does big novels. Lucianne closes the conversation. she’s meeting Clinton haters to find a book to publish. To convince Clinton to lie under oath and jeopardize his presidency, conservative commentator Ann Coulter (Cobie Smulders) uses Paula. To seek an apology from Clinton, she and her allies set Paula up with powerful D.C. lawyers Lawyers Joe Cammarata (Emil Beheshti) and Gil Davis (Jeff Elam). They’ll need evidence, so she draws the President’s,” region,” and they sue in federal court.

Kathleen brings up a rumor about Hillary and Vince having an affair, but Linda defends her boss. Linda tries to acquire a job for herself and her friend Kathleen Willey (Elizabeth Reaser), who has been courted by Bill Clinton, but she blunders through the interview, naming-dropping Bush supporters and jeopardizing her chances. She soon learns she’s being transferred to the Pentagon while Kathleen stays at the White House. Linda is sent to a grey cubicle at the Pentagon, where she remains for two years until a young Monica joins her department in 1996. Linda is enraged and contacts Lucianne for more White House information. Linda’s ears perk up when Monica says she’s just returned from the West Wing. When she invites Monica out to lunch, Monica says she’s “kind of in something” romantically, but he’s “unavailable.” Linda deduces he’s “someone important” and notices Monica is counting down the days until Election Day, intending to return to the White House then. In the meantime, Monica receives a phone call. Bill Clinton. “How was your first day?”

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