Hillary Clinton loves to watch television shows about Hillary Clinton, a Free Beacon analysis has found. The thousands of Clinton's non-deleted emails released by the State Department have demonstrated that Hillary and the members of her inner circle are noble public servants wholly committed to advancing the cause of Hillary Clinton. It is only natural that she would enjoy watching shows based on Herself.
In a Jan. 3, 2010 email, Clinton asks an aide to find out (presumably via a 30-second Google search) what time the shows Parks and Recreation and The Good Wife are on the air.
Parks and Recreation is the story of Leslie Knope, an ambitious blonde female politician who idolizes Hillary Clinton and hangs a photo of the former first lady in her office. There is even a BuzzFeed quiz: "Who Said It: Hillary Clinton or Leslie Knope." The Good Wife is a drama about the wife of a politician who goes to jail following a corruption/sex scandal; the show's creators have said it was inspired at least in part by the Monica Lewinsky affair.
Since that email was written, Hillary has expressed an interest in other shows that are basically about Hillary Clinton, such as Madam Secretary, the story of an ambitious blonde female Secretary of State who, among other things, must deal with a violent uprising at a U.S. embassy in the Middle East. Clinton is also reportedly a fan of The Real Housewives of New York City, a reality show that documents the lives of rich New Yorkers weighed down by the burdens of immense wealth and roving husbands.