Hulu has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming four-part docuseries about the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
In ‘Hillary,’ director Nanette Burstein sat down with Clinton for 35 hours and culled together more than 1,700 hours of behind-the-scenes footage for an intimate portrait of the one-time Democratic presidential candidate.
The docuseries covers several periods of Clinton’s life, from her upbringing and years in law school to public scandals and her campaign.
“There was nothing-off-limits,” Clinton said at the Television Critics Association press tour recently according to CNN.
The docuseries premieres March 6th 2020. With the project dropping in the thick of the search for 2020’s Democratic candidate, Clinton said she hopes that it highlights the fact that, “this is an election that will have such profound impact.”
“So take your vote seriously,” she said. “And for the democratic voters, try to vote for the person you think is most likely to win because, at the end of the day, that is what will matter. And not just the popular vote but the electoral college.”
Clinton has yet to issue an endorsement for any candidates currently in the running for the Democratic nomination.