The documentary will focus on the backlash Lewinsky faced and how it affected her life after coverage of the scandal ended.
A new documentary series by the Smithsonian Channel attempts to shed light on the jaw-dropping impeachment crisis that rocked the Bill Clinton presidency and made a White House intern one of the most talked-about women in the world.
Featuring never-before aired tapes with Clinton confidant Taylor Branch, “The Lost Tapes” is sure to reignite the 20-year-old watershed scandal.
Branch made the recordings on his drive home from the White House late at night after meeting with a frustrated Clinton.
The episode, which is part of the "Lost Tapes" series, utilizes recordings featuring Monica Lewinsky, then 22, first-hand audio tapes of many of those involved in the political soap opera, and rediscovered news footage.