Netflix is rolling out all of the heavy hitters. The latest reveal from the video streaming giant are projects created by the former president and first lady, Barack and Michelle Obama.

The New York Times detail the Obamas’ Higher Grounds Productions company will releases seven projects for Netflix in the future. The projects are a collection of documentaries and series, along with a film about the life of Frederick Douglass.

Of those films is American Factory, a documentary that highlights a factory in Ohio that employs 2,000 people and is owned by a Chinese billionaire. Another documentary will be Crip Camp, which will highlight the disability rights movement.

The production company will also release three series: Overlooked, which details deaths of people who do not make the newspaper; Bloom, a series about post-World War II New York City; and a series based on The Fifth Risk: Undoing Democracy, a book written by Michael Lewis.

Not forgetting about the children, there will also be a half-hour series for preschoolers titled Listen to Your Vegetables & Eat Your Parents.

You can read the full description of the Netflix deal for the Obamas and the series and films they will create here.