Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been out of the conversation for a little while but the former senator just announced a new project for her fans to look forward to: A four-part documentary on streaming service, Hulu. The series will appear on the platform in March.
Clinton posted about the new documentary on Friday, with a video trailer and writing, “I’ve got the kind of life you can’t make up.”
The promo opens with clips of rallies overlaid with chants of “Lock Her Up,” which, though she hasn’t been a presidential candidate for years, are still a common echo at President Donald Trump’s rallies. It then cuts to a sitting Clinton saying, “I provoke strong opinions.”
The clip also teases a segment on Clinton’s earlier life, the time in which she met her husband. After a brief re-telling of their first meetings, Bill Clinton recalls, “She was different than anybody I’d ever met. I said ‘I really want to marry you, but you shouldn’t marry me.'”
There’s also a line from former President Barack Obama, who says, “Me deciding to ask Hillary to become secretary of state surprised people.”
The documentary will even take on Bill Clinton’s infidelity, nodding to the moment with visuals of an agonized Bill Clinton and audio of Hillary saying, “I didn’t want anything to do with him.”
Watch the clip below:
Though the streaming services have had mixed results with making feature films, they’ve been hugely successful with documentaries. Both Netflix and Hulu put out documentaries on the doomed Fyre Festival and a number of true crime documentaries have captivated their audiences.
In a press release, Hulu CEO said Randy Freer “Hillary is a deeply personal, reflective and unflinching look at the woman who is arguably the most recognizable female political figure in history.” And the film’s director, Nanette Burstein, said, “Secretary Clinton gave me extraordinary access to her life story, which is utterly compelling.”