Fox News to Air Seven-Part Series About Bill Clinton's Impeachment

Bill Clinton Impeachment December 19 1998 - Getty - H 2017
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More installments of the documentary series, 'Scandalous', are expected.

Bill and Hillary Clinton are, for all intents and purposes, out of politics. But they're still often top-of-mind on Fox News.

On Tuesday, the network announced a seven-part documentary series called Scandalous that will spotlight the events that led to the former president's impeachment in 1998.

The show will begin Jan. 21, and will air for seven weeks in the 8 p.m. time slot. Actor Bruce McGill will narrate the hourlong episodes.

"Beginning with the failed 1980s Whitewater land deal in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas, and ending with the final determination made by prosecutor Robert Ray on the president’s last day in office, the series will revisit the daily twists and turns of the investigation exactly 20 years after Monica Lewinsky was revealed and first captivated the world," the network said in the announcement.

Rather than being a one-off, Scandalous is intended to be a franchise for the network, and other events are slated to get a similar treatment.