Tonight! Impeachment: American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8 “Stand By Your Man”

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8 Release Date

The President’s story took a huge turn for the worst in the last episode 7 of Impeachment, which astonished us. Monica and Bill’s affair was rumored, putting his reputation in jeopardy. Furthermore, the episode exposed the media’s, the court system’s, and the entertainment industry’s brutalities. What will happen in today’s episode? Firstly, We’re near the end, it consists of 10 episodes. Episode 8 is titled “Stand By Your Man” and we’re excited to see what happens next. You may see www.tvacute.com’s synopsis and promo for ACS: Impeachment episode 8 below, which will help you better understand the show. In addition, you can find a recap of episode 7 below.

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 9 Release Date

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8 Recap

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8 Spoilers

In American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8, the harsh truth about the President will be revealed to the public. No matter how hard Bill tries to conceal the facts, the American people will not be fooled for long. Also, the First Lady will be astonished to learn that Bill had an affair and used assassination to conceal it. Their marriage will also be tested in today’s episode. It will be exciting to see Hilary react in these grave situations. watch the promo below

Impeachment Episode 308 Synopsis: The President must admit the truth to the Nation – and to The First Lady. Written by Flora Birnbaum; directed by Rachel Morrison.

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 8 Release Date

American Crime Story: Impeachment Season 3 Episode 8 titled “Stand By Your Man” will release on FX on October 26 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.

American Crime Story Season 3 Episode 7 Recap

Monica Lewinsky, the young woman at the center of all of Bill Clinton’s problems. It’s about how a greedy press, an overzealous right-wing prosecutor, and joyous entertainment interact. It’s also about how a president lied about the nature of his relationship with that woman to practically everyone he knew. It’s also about how Monica Lewinsky’s friend who exposed and betrayed her was mocked almost as much as she was. It’s intriguing to see William Jefferson Clinton contort depending on the situation. He appears steely and self-assured when testifying in a deposition for the Paula Jones lawsuit, disputing the claims leveled against him. When the subject of Monica Lewinsky is brought up, though, his demeanor changes. He begins to stutter. Clinton is shown as digging himself deeper into the hole as his affair with Monica.  He misleads Hillary, his wife.

His attorney Bob Bennett, his senior advisor Sidney Blumenthal (David Lynch mainstay Patrick Fischler), and his press secretary Mike McCurry are all lying to him (Scott Michael Morgan). His discredited pollster Dick Morris (Brent Sexton), who was also involved in a sexual-impropriety incident, is the only person to whom he thinks he can speak the truth. As the nation’s newsmen and comedians make her into a punchline, Monica retreats to her hotel suite at the Watergate with her mother. Linda Tripp’s transition into a national joke, similar to her erstwhile companion Monica, began with a brief flutter of press interest outside her front door. Linda tells her daughter Allison (Emma Malouf) about how she was bullied as a child. Linda had a buddy who could relate to her for a fleeting time, and she wasted it.

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