From The Washington Post's review:
This election-year, PBS “Frontline” franchise excels at surfacing and synthesizing the personal details that make the partisan clash more of a human story. The producers blend news clips, vintage video and in-person interviews to construct dual portraits that find their own rhythm, like a political junkie’s remix.Bruised and battered as I'm feeling after last week's debate which I've privately started referring to as The Debacle I'm still excited to immerse myself in these two hours of what is sure to be exemplary documentary making. "The Choice" has become one of my favorite things about the election year as it's a melding of two things that make me feel alive: presidential politics and exemplary documentary production, especially when the latter is for television.
I know "New Girl" is on tonight but do yourself a favor and at least give it a slot on your record list. Check your local listings but it's on 9-11pm, EST.
Update: 10 minute sneak preview here (sorry, no embed option). And here's a clip of producer Michael Kirk discussing what it took to bring this year's "Choice" to your TV set and what motivates them to do it.