A new series from FX is taking us into the soap opera world, and this time we’re getting into some soap opera drama that’s both familiar and fresh.
A brand new series, American Crime Story: The Women’s March, is set to debut sometime this fall.
The series will focus on the Women’s Movement of the 1950s, and its impact on America and around the world, including the election of Trump as president.
“The Women’s Story,” which is loosely based on the original American Woman Suffrage movement, centers around a young activist named Maria Hill who is about to enter her senior year at Yale Law School.
She’s just about to graduate, and she’s on the brink of earning her doctorate when she’s forced to leave her family behind.
The show follows Maria as she navigates a series of life changes that she’s faced as a young woman, and the consequences of being a leader in the fight for women’s rights.
It’s an extremely complex show with a lot of twists and turns, but its also a really interesting look at the rise of women’s activism, the struggle of people like Hill, and what it means to be a leader.
“American Crime Story” is based on a script by David Simon, who co-wrote and stars as President Donald Trump in the FX drama series “American Horror Story.”