Netflix and America’s only good president, Barack Obama, is potentially going to be collaborating on TV shows together. Reported by The New York Times, Obama is in ‘advanced negotiations’ with Netflix to create a ‘series of high-profile shows’. NYT’s report doesn’t cite sources, however.

As part of the deal, Netflix would pay Obama and his wife Michelle, an unspecified fee for new TV shows. These would be ‘inspirational stories’, instead of responding to Trump or controversy surrounding the White House currently.

The former President’s senior adviser Eric Shultz told the paper:

‘President and Mrs Obama have always believed in the power of storytelling to inspire. As they consider their future personal plans, they continue to explore new ways to help others tell and share their stories.’

Netflix has a boatload of shows with much more on the way.

Specifics about the shows in question are under wraps for now, but The New York Times says one potential format could be where Obama moderates a discussion around certain topics. These could be things like medical care, immigration, foreign policy and climate change.

The former first lady could star in shows that talk about health and nutrition, which she worked to promote while in the White House.

Additionally, the Obamas could end up helping with some more fictional shows in line with their ‘beliefs and values’.

Apple and Amazon have also shown interest in the former presidential couple.

Netflix is due to have around 700 original shows by the end of this year, so it’s very likely an Obama show could end up in there.