Bobby Kennedy for the President is the upcoming documentary series by Netflix. The trailer for the same was released today and gave a glimpse into the highly anticipated series. Directed by Dawn Porter of Trapped, the four-part series will explore in detail the short-lived political career of Bobby Kennedy. He served as the 64th U.S. Attorney General from the year 1961 to September 1964 under his older brother John F. Kennedy. The series will majorly focus on the life lead by Bobby Kennedy and how he became the front-runner in the race for American Presidency.

The trailer sets the base for what could be an exciting watch and will give a detailed view into the life of Bobby Kennedy through unseen footages and brand new interviews with his friends and staffers. The first-hand account of these people will through light on the incidents that shaped his views and passion for change as he became the voice of civil rights movement. The two-minute long video also shows that how profoundly he was impacted by the condition of people leaving in Mississipi Delta. Coming from Kennedy family, he had a pressure to live up to the legacy and fight for the change.

The documentary series will surely bring unknown facts about Robert Francis ‘Bobby’ Kennedy to life, and we are eager to see to what conclusions the documentary will arrive.

You can catch the documentary series by Netflix on April 27.

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