Those who loved the first season of "American Crime Story", titled "The People versus O.J. Simpson" and is looking for the next season, will have to wait a little longer. And that is because the new episodes are going to air only in 2018 and not in 2017 - as people were expecting. The information was confirmed by FX this Thursday in a TV critics event.

The season 2

The second season of "American Crime Story" is another anthological project of Ryan Murphy, the same producer of "American Horror Story." Hurricane Katrina is going to be the theme in season 2, exploring how this natural disaster affected the life of New Orleans residents in 2005.

To explain how a natural disaster will be treated as a crime, Murphy states that at the time of this disaster New Orleans became an insecure place. The producer said that the focus is on murders, rapes and the main crime of injustice. For Murphy, the O.J. Simpson case was the crime of the century, but they want to define another type of crime this time: the crime of not helping people when they are in need.

Besides the ambition, Murphy explains the lag of this new season: "In New Orleans when it comes to productions, they have to contend with hurricanes and production companies can only get insurance at certain times of the year."

Season 3 in sight

Even though the shooting and editing of season two will be delayed, the third season is already taking form.

The theme is the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace in 1997. The designer was murdered in his own mansion by Andrew Cunanan, a serial killer, who killed himself eight days later.

This season is going to be inspired by the "Vulgar Favors" book of Maureen Orth. The production, however, is starting with Versace/Cunanan season, that will be aired only six months after Hurricane Katrina.

Ryan Murphy

The producer is also the writer and the director of many successful series like "Nip/Tuck" (2003-10), "Glee" (2009-15) and "Scream Queens" (2015-present). Does he ever relax and sleep? We're not sure.