This limited series explores how 3 First Ladies–Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford, & Michelle Obama–struggled to form her own role in the White House.
Will Smith, using graphics & actors, hosts this survey of the long struggle for Blacks to become full citizens, centering on the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution.
A satire on misinformation tells how the President & media don’t take seriously the ‘ warning of scientists that a comet will destroy Earth.
How White House Photographer Pete Souza transformed from a recorder of history to a prophet with a camera, angry over the debasement of the once dignified office by the 45th President.
Interspersed with scenes of the murder of JFK in Dallas are scenes of LBJ as V-P & then as President determined to get JFK’s Civil Rights Bill passed through Congress
Events before & right after John Hinckley Jr.’s attempt to kill President Reagan are depicted in human but dramatic terms, Nancy shown as a loving wife & strong supporter.
The story of Elvis Presley & 2 friends visiting the White House in Dec. 1970 in search of a badge & title of “Federal Agent-at-Large” from Pres. Nixon.
3 friends & one enemy, all expert video arcade gamers, take on a series of game icons sent by an alien race that mistook a tape of games, sent in a space capsule by NASA, as an act of war.
Black Cecil Gaines, serving as a butler at the White House, endures racism but sees the growing civil rights movement advance the status of his