In Hillary, the former presidential candidate and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, frankly discuss his affair with Monica Lewinsky and its fallout. "I feel terrible about the fact that Monica Lewinsky's life was defined by it, unfairly," she says in the docuseries. "Over the years, I've watched her try to get a normal life back, but you gotta decide how to define normal." She also goes in on her former rival Bernie Sanders, saying: "He was in Congress for years — years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just boloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.” Hillary Clinton adds that filmmaker Nanette Burstein had a lot of material to work with. "We had 1,600, 1,700 hours of behind-the-scenes footage really letting our hair down, talking to people, making fun of each other — high points, low points, that was the idea," Clinton tells The Hollywood Reporter. "But once we hired Nanette and gave her free rein to look at everything, she made the case that this was really a story about much more than the campaign, and that my life paralleled the women's movement and a lot of the changes in society."