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"Scandalous" - a riveting, up-close look at the Clinton scandals of the 1990s - will premiere on Sunday night at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.

In the first seven-episode installment of the documentary-style series, viewers will be taken inside the events that enveloped Washington, D.C., and ultimately led to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.

Narrated by acclaimed actor Bruce McGill, the first episode on January 21 will examine the investigations of then-President Clinton by the Office of the Independent Counsel. The powerful story will unfold each Sunday night at 8pm ET, featuring archival footage and records and never-before seen photos from the investigation.

Filmed in cinematic style, viewers will hear from more than 45 people who were involved on both sides of the investigation and subsequent impeachment trial, revisiting the daily twists and turns two decades after Monica Lewinsky first captivated the world.

The series begins with the failed 1980's Whitewater land deal in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas and ends with the final determination made by prosecutor Robert Ray on the president’s last day in office. 

Among those participating in the series are former Independent Counsels Kenneth Starr, Robert Fiske Jr. and Robert Ray, along with former members of the Office of Independent Counsel Bob Bittman, Sol Wisenberg, Julie Myers Wood and Stephen Bates. Additional appearances are made by former Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Linda Tripp, who secretly recorded her conversations with Monica Lewinsky, and Susan McDougal, who served prison time for contempt and fraud related to the Whitewater controversy.


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