What it was like to be Monica Lewinsky in 2001

She worked hard to overcome the ignominy of the 1995 scandal involving Bill Clinton, writing a Vanity Fair article on public humiliation and a moving speech about cyber-bullying. But it's been a long climb—far longer than the one Clinton had to endure. Now, there's a web miniseries titled Monica that takes a more compassionate look at the one-time intern, imagining her life a 27-year-old New York City, trying to escape the international spotlight and reinvent herself on her own terms. The first two episodes are up now, with two more to follow on March 2 and March 9.

p>She worked hard to overcome the ignominy of the 1995 scandal involving Bill Clinton, writing a Vanity Fair article on public humiliation and a moving speech about cyber-bullying. But it's been a long climb—far longer than the one Clinton had to endure. Now, there's a web miniseries titled Monica that takes a more compassionate look at the one-time intern, imagining her life a 27-year-old New York City, trying to escape the international spotlight and reinvent herself on her own terms. The first two episodes are up now, with two more to follow on March 2 and March 9.