Hillary and Chelsea Clinton announced that their new television series will be premiering on Apple TV+ this fall.
The eight-part docuseries, based on their book, “The Book of Gutsy Women,” will feature “intimate conversations” with female celebrities, activists, artists, and other prominent public figures.
The former Secretary of State revealed the show’s September streaming date along with a photo of herself and Chelsea grinning from the back of a red convertible on Thursday.
“We’ve got a premiere date! “Gutsy,” a new eight-episode documentary series from me,
@ChelseaClinton, and @HiddenLightPrd will premiere on @AppleTVPlus on September 9. We can’t wait to share the conversations we had with some of our favorite, fabulous, supremely gutsy women,” Clinton captioned.
We've got a premiere date! "Gutsy," a new eight-episode documentary series from me, @ChelseaClinton, and @HiddenLightPrd will premiere on @AppleTVPlus on September 9. We can't wait to share the conversations we had with some of our favorite, fabulous, supremely gutsy women. pic.twitter.com/OB7YeUveIC
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) July 14, 2022
Chelsea parroted a similar message the same day. “Over the past two years, my mom
@HillaryClinton & I have been talking with inspiring women from all around the world about their journeys and the issues they are championing,” she tweeted.
“We laughed, cried, danced and now couldn’t be more excited to share the stories of these #GUTSY women with you,” she added in a follow-up post. “I hope you’ll tune in!”
The former first daughter shared a video of famed gorilla conservationist Jane Goodall discussing the Barbie doll Mattel created of her likeness. The world’s foremost chimpanzee expert will appear in the pair’s premiere episode.
“It was an absolute honor speaking with Dr. Jane Goodall for #GUTSY (out 9/9 on
@AppleTVPlus),” Chelsea gushed. ”I can’t wait to share this with my kids and talk about why she and her work to protect our animals and planet are so important!”
The docuseries will also feature “thought-provoking” interviews with Kim Kardashian, Megan Thee Stallion, Gloria Steinem, comedians Wanda Sykes and Amy Schumer, along with fellow mother-daughter duo Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson.
I had a lot of fun making this with @ChelseaClinton, and we can’t wait to share it with you in September,” the former democratic presidential candidate wrote.