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What Did Versace's Lifestyle Provoke In His Killer?

This week, an ugly exploration of individual, internalized and institutionalized homophobia hints at what may have unsettled Andrew Cunanan about Gianni Versace, the show's only happy character.
Philippa Snow
3 days ago
TELEVISION
TELEVISION

Versace’s Killer Was a Male Inversion of the Femme Fatale

Episode four ensures we’ll never forget Andrew Cunanan’s first time—killing.
Philippa Snow
2.13.18
TELEVISION
TELEVISION

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: More People Are Dead But the American Dream is Still Alive

Andrew Cunanan takes a killer's stepping-stone to full psychosis (with an amazing appearance by Judith Light).
Philippa Snow
2.5.18
TELEVISION
TELEVISION

In "High Maintenance," New York City is Woke, Tense, Expensive, and Booby Trapped

The show's porous fourth wall makes its characters unforgettable, reminding you that there's more to every New Yorker than meets the eye.
Gemma Sieff
2.5.18
The Golden Age of Television
The Golden Age of Television

"The Assassination of Gianni Versace": The Next Best Thing to Being a Star is Killing One

In episode two of American Crime Story, Versace contracts AIDS, and the series wallows deep in its own sense of kitsch.
Philippa Snow
1.29.18
The Golden Age of Television
The Golden Age of Television

American Camp Story: Did Versace’s Murderer Really Kill That Dove, Too?

In our first recap of "American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace," Philippa Snow questions whether that poetic dove was really assassinated alongside the designer.
Philippa Snow
1.21.18
Life
Life

A 70s Photographer Unveils the Ultimate New York Punk Archive on Instagram

Julia Gorton took epic Polaroids of Television, Blondie, Lydia Lunch, and more, and now she’s rolling out her collection on Instagram.
Christina Cacouris
11.13.17