Netflix is announcing the release date for a documentary that focuses on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezJulián Castro endorses Rep. Cuellar's primary opponent in Texas Overnight Energy: Controversial Trump adviser reportedly returning to EPA | Delta aims to be first carbon neutral airline | Dem senator gives EPA D-minus on 'forever chemicals' Intercept Bureau Chief: Culinary Union concerns over "Medicare for All" are faulty MORE (D-N.Y.) — "Knock Down the House" will be out May 1.

The media giant had acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the Sundance Film Festival hit back in February for a reported record-setting $10 million.

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Ocasio-Cortez’s midterm election campaign is one of four political bids by progressive female candidates highlighted in the documentary.

" 'Knock Down the House' joins these courageous women on the campaign trail as they mobilize their bases, engage voters, and fuel a movement during a historic time in American politics," promotional materials for the documentary say.

Director Rachel Lears said at the time that the deal will allow the project to “reach huge audiences worldwide, including viewers who may not usually watch independent documentaries.”

In addition to launching on Netflix, the entertainment company said Wednesday that the film will also appear in select theaters.