Killing Kennedy Trailer: Get a First Look at Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin in Nat Geo Telepic

Rob Lowe is headed back to the West Wing — but not as Sam Seaborn.

In the first trailer for National Geographic Channel’s Killing Kennedy, an adaptation of newsman Bill O’Reilly’s historical narrative, the Parks and Recreation star portrays slain president John F. Kennedy, with Once Upon a Time‘s Ginnifer Goodwin as his wife Jacqueline.

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Killing Kennedy, produced by Ridley Scott, also stars Will Rothhaar and Michelle Trachtenberg as Lee Harvey and Marina Oswald. The movie is set to premiere Sunday, Nov. 10.

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Will you be tuning in for Killing Kennedy? Check out the trailer below, then sound off in the comments!

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  1. Annette says:

    Can’t wait for’Killing Kennedy’ looks like a great choice of actors should be interesting.

  2. Susan says:

    We are looking forward to this one. I can’t believe how much Rob Lowe sounds like JFK~

  3. carmelo "Mel" Cottone says:

    How could O’reily had written a book with never talking to the chief advance man for the Dallas trip. Many decisions were made which could have changed the course of history and he does not talk about any of them. These decisions included where Kennedy was going to speak, how he was going to get there, what he was going to do in Fort Worth etc.

    He does not talk about the role of Governor Connelly and the dispute with the advance man about Kennedy’s trip to Texas. Things could have been different if the advance man had won the agrument about Kennedy’s trip.

    As a former Kennedy advance man, I have specific information about Kennedy’ trip to Dallas.

  4. Chely says:

    I’m just glad Rob Lowe finally gets to play President! He’s an amazing actor and I have loved every one of his roles as politician!

  5. KLD1967 says:

    How can you seriously call Bill O’Reilly a newsman?