Clay Aiken is making a return to television: the North Carolina Democrat’s unsuccessful bid to unseat Rep. Renee EllmersRenee EllmersNorth Carolina ruling could cost GOP House seats Renee Ellmers announces bid for North Carolina lieutenant governor Mark Sanford’s troubles did not begin with Trump MORE (R-N.C.) is getting the reality T.V. treatment.

A behind-the-scenes look at the former “American Idol” runner-up’s campaign will air as part of a four-hour docuseries on the Esquire Channel, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The cable network announced news of the show shortly after Ellmers, the two-term incumbent, was named the winner in the Tuesday night race.

“Ultimately, this series is a raw and honest look at American politics through an incredibly unique and compelling candidate,” the network’s head of original programming, Matt Hanna, told the trade publication.

The still-untitled series is poised to debut next year.