Interesting on the surface. But as one gets toward the conclusion you find it's real point of view is to bolster Lyndon Johnson's standing in the minds of the American public. His manipulation of events on Air Force One is acknowledged, thankfully, but his back at Washington movements is given a damned if you do-damned if you don't slant. What is not acknowledged is that Johnson was on the brink of being arrested and having his whole political career flushed down the toilet right before the assassination took place or that he was going to be thrown off the ticket in the upcoming election. To those who think that Johnson was in on the "shenanigans", the section of Johnson at Parkland being kept in the dark as to what was going on will seem ludicrous. For a program that deals with the 24 hr period after the assassination, minute by minute and hour by hour, the controversial autopsy is barely mentioned. I did find one of the on camera interviewees smiling and beaming as he talked about Kennedy's death jarring until the final moments when I realized that this was practically a tribute to Lyndon Johnson, who I paraphrase) "did the best he could under trying circumstances". They promote his approval rating while the country was grieving together at an astounding 79% etc etc but basically lay blame on Johnson's standing in history in that he wasn't Kennedy. No other explanation is explored. The History Channel in the last few years seem to be on a Johnson kick. They pulled the last THREE episodes of THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY at the behest of the Johnson family. Maybe this program was their atonement for daring to air that final episode of THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY. Who knows...?