Fox News has aired its final episode of their documentary "Scandalous." The documentary is a seven-episode series that took an in-depth looking at the events related and surrounding the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in the 1990s.

"Scandalous" is narrated by Bruce McGill. The series provided in-depth interviews with more than 45 key figures, all who were a part of the scandal, on both sides of the investigation and impeachment. To better provide analysis, the series goes all the way back to Clinton's White Water land deal in Arkansas.

The finale focused on the U.S. Senate members who were tasked to be the jurors in the first impeachment proceedings since President Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868.

The finale also focused on several Capitol Hill leaders, who were a strong part of the investigation. One of those who was a member of the jury was Senator Lindsey Graham.

In the documentary, Senator Lindsey Graham said he and 13 others walked in a straight line from the House to the Senate floor, to deliver the articles of impeachment. Graham said the cameras made it even more surreal.

In the finale, former Senator Trent Lott, who was Senate Majority Leader addressed his role and thoughts on the process. Fox News debuted the series on January 21.

The first episode analyzed the investigations of the president by the Independent Counsel. Later episodes dived into other related events and figures key to the impeachment including Paula Jones, Ken Starr, Linda Tripp and Monica Lewinsky [VIDEO], who entered the White House as a young intern wearing the blue dress.

The House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment in January 1998. Clinton was later charged by the House with perjury and obstruction of justice. However, the Senate later acquitted him, allowing him to finish out his second term.

"Scandalous" covered the impeachment trial and investigation, as well as other scandals that bogged down President Clinton. Fox News executives have not said whether there will be another season, or what the next subject matter could be.

Fox News reported that the show had high ratings. Fox News might consider diving into Watergate or possibly something from President Kennedy's time in office.

All throughout the proceedings, President Bill Clinton continued to deny that he did nothing wrong. After the Senate failed to vote in favor of impeachment, Clinton delivered an address in front of the White House and among some of the House Democrats who voted against the impeachment.