Historic footage and leading voices of the era examine the "Bobby Phenomenon" of the 1960s and the legacy of the man who helped redefine the country.
In the wake of Bobby's assassination, his killer faces trial, conspiracy theories swirl and Kennedy's supporters begin a long quest for justice.
With America increasingly and violently divided, Bobby mounts an impassioned run for the White House until an assassin's hand intervenes.
After JFK's murder, Bobby runs for the U.S. Senate and commits to championing civil rights, fighting poverty and opposing the war in Vietnam.
Combining charisma and grit, Robert F. Kennedy directs his brother's presidential campaign and helps him navigate the turbulent early 1960s.