A TV dramatisation of the Slow Burn podcast focused on Richard Nixon's presidency and the iconic Watergate Scandal.

Martha Mitchell (Julia Robert) is a famous Arkansan socialite and the wife of Nixon's faithful Attorney General (Sean Penn).

She was one of the first to point out Nixon's role in the scandal at the time.

The political thriller, like the podcast, focuses on the scandal's undiscovered stories and forgotten personalities.

A modern take on the 1970s political Watergate scandal centering on untold stories and forgotten characters of the time. 

Martha Mitchell struggles to balance the demands of a re-election campaign and her marriage.  

Showrunner Robbie Pickering connects the rot of the Republican party from Nixon to present by reviewing the 1972 Watergate break-in and related scandal.

Such claims may elicit a resounding "No crap!" from some. But the eight-episode arc of "Gaslit," based on Slate's "Slow Burn" podcast, isn't entirely built on learning.