Bill Clinton Inks Major Deal With The History Channel For Presidential Documentary Series

Wikimedia Commons, By David Shankbone

Bill Clilnton has now reportedly inked a major deal with the History Channel to produce a new documentary series on American Presidents. As Deadline reports:

The untitled project will look at the history of the position as well as the struggles that Presidents have gone through. Clinton is also likely to be featured on camera…

The series comes after President Clinton participated in History Talks, the A+E Networks’ live event at Carnegie Hall. He spoke alongside George W. Bush at the event, which was moderated by Pulitzer-prize winning Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.

A+E Networks Group President Paul Buccieri told Deadline that the series will follow Presidents leading through challenging times and the character that they have to put forth to come out of it…

It is Clinton’s latest step into the world of entertainment; the Comeback Kid is exec producing an adaptation of The President Is Missing, the novel that he wrote with James Patterson for Showtime.

It seems that Bill never misses a beat when it comes to trying to make a buck off of his past pollitical experience, regardless of how disreputable it may have been.

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