A three-part chronicle of the personal and political journey of President Barack Obama weaves together conversations with colleagues, friends and critics, and is interspersed with his own speeches and news interviews. The series begins with Obama's childhood and charts his perspective as the son of a white mother from Kansas and an African father, his spiritual formation by a generation of Black leaders and his hopes for a more inclusive America.
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A three-part docuseries detailing the explosive Murdaugh family murder case in South Carolina. Accused of killing his wife and son in 2021, lawyer Alex Murdaugh maintains his innocence in a sensational case that will head to trial early in 2023.
This ambitious, multipart cable documentary series detailed five different stories, from five different parts of the world, of how individuals dealt with HIV. Episodes included "Thailand," set in a Buddhist monastery that had been converted into an AIDS hospice; "Uganda," in which music therapy was used to comfort AIDS orphans; "Russia," wherein a drug-using couple tried to regain custody of their son; "Brazil," documenting that country's free AIDS drug-therapy program; and "India," in which an infected couple worry about transmitting the HIV virus to the wife's unborn child. The guiding force behind the series was Rory Kennedy, youngest daughter of the late senator Robert F. Kennedy. Narrated by Elton John, Pandemic: Facing Aids debuted June 15, 2003.