Shonda Rhimes is with her. The wildly successful producer behind #TGIT, produced the video played at the Democratic National Convention just before Hillary Clinton accepted the Party's nomination for president.
The videos were some of the most compelling moments of the week's event.
Rhimes and her producing partner Betsy Beers created a short film about Clinton's life and work. It's meant to be both an introduction for swing voters and a refresher for longtime Democrats.
The film was narrated by Morgan Freeman, and featured a relaxed HRC sitting at a kitchen table, with sleeves rolled up, discussing her past and her committment to public service. Also featured are President Barack Obama and her husband Bill.
“It is an honor to provide America with an intimate portrait of Hillary,” said Rhimes, in a statement released by Clinton’s campaign in advance of the film. “Everyone already knows the powerhouse – now, with this piece, everyone will also get to know the person.”