Now FOX will broadcast the entire thing in a two-hour special called O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession? and will feature commentary from a panel of analysts.
O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession will air 11 March at 8pm ET on Fox.
- The infamous interview with O.J. Simpson, in which he describes a hypothetical account of the night his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered, finally will air on television after being shelved 12 years ago.
In a first-look teaser, Simpson says: 'It's not easy to discuss...
IS this the moment OJ Simpson accidentally confessed to murdering his ex-wife?
When they arrived, Simpson wrote in his supposedly hypothetical version of events, the killer was certain Brown was planning an intimate evening in with someone while their children slept upstairs in her condo. But Simpson occasionally switches from speaking about the hypothetical murderer and his pal Charlie in third person to referring to himself as the killer.
He said that "Charlie" told him he wouldn't believe what was happening at Nicole's Brentwood home. He says the killer then "blacks out" and then comes back to his senses "covered in blood".
"I know I accept the fact that people are going to feel a way about me", Simpson said.
"It's gotta stop", he says about why the killer went to the home.
Simpson was released from prison in October after serving nine years for kidnapping and armed robbery related to a September 2007 dispute over memorabilia in a Las Vegas hotel.