C-SPAN has secured "special access" to the Senate floor for a 90-minute feature on the role of the Senate in society, as well as its history and traditions.
There will be an accompanying and "robust" education effort as well.
The Senate had to pass a resolution--it did so Dec. 9--allowing the access to the chamber and other sites. C-SPAN also had to sign a memorandum of understanding with the majority and minority leaders of the new Senate.
"The United States Senate," which will debut in the spring, will be executive produced by Mark Farkas (C-SPAN's "The Capitol" as well as series about First Ladies, the Supreme Court, and the White House).
C-SPAN’s multiplatform networks are a public service funded by cable companies.