This report is a couple days old but...
Hillary Clinton's team doesn't want the TV productions based on her life planned by CNN and NBC to ever make it to the final stage, according to Bloomberg News:
Members of the Clinton camp ... worry the TV series are more likely to hurt than help their candidate in the likely event she decides to run. They calculate the Republicans are already, in the words of one pundit, "working the refs" -- meaning the networks now would have to bend over backward to avoid turning the programs into flattering portraits. And they note the director of the CNN program is Charles Ferguson, who won an Academy Award for "Inside Job," a scathing documentary on the Wall Street financial crisis. That film cast blame, in part, on key figures in President Bill Clinton's administration for their roles in the events leading up to the crash.
The Republican National Committee recently voted unanimously to bar NBC and CNN from the 2016 Republican primary debates if they air the final products.
h/t Huffington Post