Last year's American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson proved a hit, and already its creator Ryan Murphy has his sights set on more stories for the anthology series.
It's already been announced that the second season will focus on Hurricane Katrina, while the third will look at the Versace assassination, now it appears that season four will be about one of the greatest scandals in American politics - the Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton affair.
The show has optioned author Jeffrey Toobin’s book A Vast Conspiracy, which chronicled the famous affair and the legal fall-out that followed. Toobin is the same author who wrote The Run of His Life, which was the source material for The People v. OJ.
TV juggernaut Ryan Murphy is also working on the third season of his hit show American Horror Story as well as another FX series called Feud, which will focus on the personal and professional relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
Also, side bar, how great does Monica Lewinsky look these days? The 43-year-old former White House intern re-emerged back into the public eye in 2014 when she wrote an essay for Vanity Fair magazine titled "Shame and Survival" and has gone on to become a contributor to the magazine as well as an ambassador and strategic advisor for anti-bullying organization Bystander Revolution.
We're not sure whatever became of Bill.