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By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Wide-ranging docuseries is inspirational and uplifting.

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The two famous female Clintons are refreshingly game in this limited series that brings them into contact with interesting women making waves in their fields. In pursuit of more information (and more empathy) for subjects as disparate as Dr. Jane Goodall and Megan Thee Stallion, Chelsea and Hillary take a clowning class, rappel down the side of a mountain, and just sit and listen to their interviewees. The results are charming and uplifting, not the least because it's pretty fascinating to watch two women who have been famous (and polarizing) for three decades.

Hillary and Chelsea have a relaxed, easy interplay with each other (one enjoyable early moment involves the pair repeating family-favorite puns), and though the focus is on illuminating the lives of their subjects, sometimes a piece of their history emerges, as when Chelsea explains that she's sometimes had a contentious relationship with professional comedy as someone who was made fun of on SNL as an adolescent. How awful, how sad, and how brave, and yes, gutsy, for both Clintons, lightning rods for criticism themselves, to reveal themselves even a little bit in this aptly-named series.

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