The People v OJ is only being aired on RTE at the moment, but you may have previously seen it on the BBC earlier in the year. The show comes from Ryan Murphy, the creator of successful TV series' like American Horror Story, Glee and Nip/Tuck (very different shows, we know), who has now branched out with American Crime Story - the first season of course being based on the OJ Simpson trial.

Now it's been announced that Netflix have signed a mega licensing deal with 20th Century Fox Television for The People v OJ Simpson, and all future series' of American Crime Story, with the second season set to focus on Hurricane Katrina.

The news comes on the back of 22 Emmy nominations for The People v OJ, which starred Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr as the controversial OJ, former Friends star David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, John Travolta as defense attorney Robert Shapiro and Sarah Paulson as prosecution lawyer Marcia Clark.

Sean Carey, Netflix's Vice President of Global Television, said; "We're excited to evolve our relationship with Fox and to bring their lauded content to our members around the world," said Sean Carey, Netflix's Vice President of Global Television.

"Given the popularity of the first season of American Crime Story, we are thrilled to offer this acclaimed drama series to our members."