Can't get enough Bill Clinton scandals? Then you'll love this four-hour-long documentary, which premieres on Feb 20.
The show reveals that Clinton pulled out of his first-time bid to become Arkansas governor because of "a long queue of women," reports the UK's Guardian.
One campaign chief remembers dealing with "25 women a day" who came into the office looking for Clinton.
Marla Crider, who worked with Clinton in Arkansas and had an affair with him, describes women as being "literally mesmerised". "It was like flies to honey. I don't think there is any question Hillary was hurt," she says.
According to sources quoted in the documentary, Clinton's affairs didn't wreck his reputation like you'd expect. The legacy of the Lewinsky scandal has favored Clinton rather than the Republican opponents who impeached him, claims
journalist Jeff Toobin:
More Americans think that it was a trivial waste of time than think that he got away with something unforgivable.
Your take: did Bill Clinton's scandals damage the Democrat brand?