'Scandalous' Season Finale: Clinton's Acquittal, Where Are They Now?
Scandalous - the hit Fox News Channel docu-series - chronicles the dramatic events surrounding the Clinton scandals of the 1990s.
Sunday at 8:00pm ET on the season finale, you'll see an in-depth look at what unfolded after President Bill Clinton was impeached for lying to a grand jury about his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
On January 7th 1999, all 100 U.S. Senators become jurors for the first impeachment trial of a U.S. president since Andrew Johnson in 1868.
After sparring with the Republican House prosecutors over the rules of the trial, the Senate voted to acquit President Clinton on February 12th 1999.
Nearly 20 years after that historic vote, find out where all the major players are now and how their lives were changed by the scandal and its fallout.
Tune in Sunday on Fox News Channel at 7:00pm ET for an encore presentation of last week's episode and the brand-new episode of "Scandalous" at 8:00pm ET.
It's all part of a big Sunday night lineup, which includes "The Next Revolution" at 9:00pm ET and Life, Liberty & Levin - hosted by Mark Levin - at 10:00pm ET.
Check out part of last week's "Scandalous" below.