Clinton Women to Make Apple TV+ Show Featuring 'Gutsy' Women Kim Kardashian, Megan Thee Stallion, Amy Schumer

Patrick Taylor | July 15, 2022
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Former Secretary of State and two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is desperately clawing for relevance yet again, this time starring in an Apple TV+ docu-series with her daughter, Chelsea, and a host of female celebrities.

The feminist TV show, titled “Gutsy,” promises to show “Hillary and Chelsea as you’ve never seen them before,” as they “embark on a thought-provoking journey to speak with pioneering women artists, activists, community leaders and everyday heroes who show us what it truly means to be gutsy.”

Among the women featured in the Clinton cringefest are Megan Thee Stallion (one of the bold visionaries behind the hit song “WAP”), Kim Kardashian (whose origin story, let’s just say, isn’t exactly feminist in nature), and probably the least funny comedian to ever grace our televisions, Amy Schumer.

Not exactly a band of female role models, but I digress.

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The show also promises to include other notable stars, such as feminist lawyer and Clinton ally Gloria Steinem, primatologist Jane Goodall, and comedian Wanda Sykes.

“We can't wait to share the conversations we had with some of our favorite, fabulous, supremely gutsy women,” Clinton posted to Twitter alongside a photo of herself and her daughter Chelsea ominously staring down the camera from the front seats of a car.

The eight part series is set to debut on September 9, and is produced by HiddenLight Productions in association with Left/Right LLC.

The docu-series appears to be a part of Hillary Clinton’s effort to build a brand around the tagline, “Gutsy”; the politician and her daughter wrote a similarly feminist book entitled “The Book of Gutsy Women” in 2019.

It was definitely “gutsy” of Apple to hand probably America’s least charismatic politician her own TV show. We’ll see if their bet pays off.


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