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Marking 60 years since JFK's assassination, Kennedy is the new eight-part docuseries from director and composer Ashton Gleckman, Gleckman's production company Blackbird Pictures and Academy Award-winning production company RadicalMedia. Narrated by Emmy Award-winner Peter Coyote, the 3-night event chronicles the remarkable life, enduring legacy, and ambitious leadership of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. The story unfolds through a cinematic library of archival materials and over 70 new interviews from those well-versed in JFK's history including comedian Conan O'Brian, JFK's niece Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, actor Bruce Greenwood and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eileen McNamara.
Kennedy navigates his formative years, including his time in school, his relationship with his family, and his early interests in history and politics.
After the United States joins the war against Nazi Germany and Japan, Jack joins the Navy and is deployed to the Pacific.
Coming home after the Second World War, Kennedy begins a career in politics, running for the House of Representatives in Massachusetts.
Kennedy embarks on an unprecedented 5-year campaign for the presidency, revolutionizing modern campaigning and the use of television.
The youngest president ever elected, Kennedy faces the height of the Cold War and a national civil rights crisis.
After nuclear weapons are placed 90 miles from the Florida coast in Cuba, Kennedy faces his ultimate trial, the most dangerous moment in human history.
Bringing the country back from the brink of nuclear war, Kennedy pursues diplomacy with the Soviets and decides to address civil rights in a way no president has before: as a moral issue.
The final months of John F. Kennedy's life and the legacy he left behind.
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