The Assassiantion of Gianni Versace episode 6 promo, details on what’s next

Versace new tonightIs The Assassination of Gianni Versace new tonight on FX? We know that there’s probably a demand to keep that story going, but you’re going to have to wait for at least one more week.

Unfortunately, the network has opted to hold things back so that NBC can finish its coverage of the Olympics and it can not see some of its ratings compromised. After all, they do want to get the strongest ratings possible! While we don’t necessarily see this franchise going anywhere in the near future, they are going to want to hold onto it for however long that they possibly can. (If you do want to see how Ryan Murphy’s move to Netflix impacts all of his other shows, be sure to check out the video below at the bottom of this article.)

Speaking of videos, have you seen the episode 6 promo yet? You can see that below, and it gives you a reasonably good sense of what the stakes are for Andrew Cunanan moving forward as he starts to his financial position crumble and pressure mount around him on all sides. He’s going to fall into a dangerous, desperate spot soon.

For some more details in regards to what’s coming, just take a look at some of the official details via FX.

Episode 6, “Descent” – “Andrew Cunanan celebrates his birthday in San Diego as his life starts to fall apart. Written by Tom Rob Smith; Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton.”

Episode 7, “Ascent” – “Andrew Cunanan leaves behind a troubled family life as Donatella Versace struggles to find her role within the Versace empire. Written by Tom Rob Smith; Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton.”

Episode 8, “Creator/Destroyer” – “A young Andrew Cunanan struggles with his oppressive father as a young Gianni Versace becomes a designer. Written by Tom Rob Smith and Maggie Cohn; Directed by Matt Bomer.”

The director on the latter is likely what’s going to stand out the most to you right away. Bomer is making his directorial debut! What a show to make your debut on, as well! Matt has worked with executive producer Ryan Murphy on a number of occasions, and also acted alongside The Assassination of Gianni Versace actor Darren Criss for an episode of Glee. His character was the brother of Criss’ Blaine named Cooper Anderson. (Seriously.)

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