Give the people what they want! And by the people, we mean the people who loved The People v. OJ. Simpson: American Crime Story.
Anyone with eyes and a pulse could see that Sterling K. Brown (Christopher Darden) and Sarah Paulson (Marcia Clark) had off-the-charts chemistry on the first season of ACS—it was good enough to win them both Emmys—and yet it was Marcia Clark and OJ (Cuba Gooding Jr.) we got making out on the current season of American Horror Story.
So will we ever get a Sterling-Sarah reunion? It's in the works, according to executive producer Ryan Murphy, who exclusively tells E! News, "I'm talking to both [Sarah and Sterling] about being in Katrina and I know they're both very interested. We haven't gotten to the point where we've told the actors who they play on [Katrina: American Crime Story], but that day is soon coming. I want to see, I think, Sterling and Sarah together. They are just tremendous together so, yes, I root for that as well."
We'll take it.
Sterling, of course, also just so happens to have been cast on the biggest surprise breakout of the season, NBC's This Is Us, in which he is also cranking out Emmy-worthy moments, but Murphy believes the dual casting won't pose a problem.
"I think that everything is cool between all parties," Murphy tells us. "Sterling Brown is now a big fat star and I couldn't be more happy about it."
Murphy is currently working on casting two upcoming seasons of American Crime Story—one about Hurricane Katrina and another about the murder of Gianni Versace.
And Paulson, who has played three different characters on the current season of American Horror Story, is also on board for Murphy's highly anticipated FX series Feud, playing Oscar winner Geraldine Page in the drama about the legendary rift between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
We like all of this.