New Fox News series about the Clintons to air this Friday

By Ryan S. Penname and William Wotterson

NEW YORK— Fox News’ new series about the life and times of Hillary and Bill Clinton, “Creeping with the Clintons” will be the first biographic piece from the news channel, as it is hoping to enter the market of pretty much the only thing CNN is decent at anymore.

Megyn Kelley and Sean Hannity will be playing the lead roles, respectively. Allison Brie has agreed to come on board as Monica Lewinsky with Ben Affleck to play Al Gore.

The series is directed by Zack Snyder, the director 300, Watchmen and the latest Superman.

Interestingly, Snyder has announced that the series will serve as a setup for Batman Vs. Superman, which is scheduled to be released in 2015.

Snyder said he came to the conclusion that all the scenes written for Gore were “soul crushingly boring.”

“After we noticed actors slipping into comas during the Gore rehearsals we knew we had to make a change,” said Snyder. “So we decided to make the best of a very boring situation.”

Snyder said that an artistic “re-envisioning” of the Gore character would allow him to give Batman the origin story needed leading into the movie.

Snyder believes he may have finally created the series FOX needs to contend with HBO’s Game of Thrones.

“The brutality and darkness of this Gore/Batman story arc when balanced against the raw sexuality, political intrigue and trickery of its Clinton counterpart makes for a must-see experience,” said Snyder.ImageThe gripping pilot episode includes a scene where Bill Clinton molests 35 children on a school bus while Bill O’Reilly points out that school buses don’t have seat belts and that “does not help the Clinton family in O’16.”

Critics are in high hopes of the show. Rush Limbaugh called it the “greatest thing since the Red Scare, Red Dawn, and red meat!”

Netflix has agreed to stream the service, provided that the scene where Bill Clinton drinks the blood of unborn children is edited to not show any baby penises.

 

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