Unless you’re a junkie for American history or a policy wonk, a CNN miniseries about past presidential campaigns might not be of any interest to you. But what if Kevin Spacey was the one telling you all about it? CNN just announced that the man who plays the very charismatic, possibly soulless President Frank Underwood will be the narrator for its six-part series Race for the White House, set to air in 2016 while the next (real) presidential race occurs. Spacey will also serve as a co-producer with his company Trigger Street alongside House of Cards producer Dana Brunetti.
Race for the White House will feature re-enactments, archival footage, and interviews. This series will be CNN’s next foray into original non-news programming after finding success with Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and two series that debuted this month, Finding Jesus and The Wonder List with Bil...
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