Vice Media has announced She’s Running, a documentary series profiling female candidates running for office during the 2018 midterm elections.

A record 575 women have declared their intentions to run for the House, Senate or governor. The new Vice News documentary series will chronicle this historic moment, following candidates from both parties.

The series is one of five that Vice, under its incoming CEO Nancy Dubuc, unveiled today at its Digital Content NewFront presentation in New York City.

Earlier this week, comedian Tom Arnold used an appearance on Howard Stern’s satellite radio talk show to announce his new Viceland series, The Hunt for the Trump TapesInspired by the infamous Access Hollywood tape that featured reality show host-turned-presidential candidate-turned President Trump making misogynist remarks, Arnold will lead a one-man inquisition to search other material left in the president’s past.

Meanwhile, the forthcoming Viceland series My House is set in New York City’s hyper-competitive underground queer ballroom scene. Each episode will explore the people who inhabit this universe, the dance houses they are attracted to and the competitions they enter.

On the eve of the 2019 Venice Biennale, Garage will host an eclectic cast — artists, models, fashion designers and celebrities — on a privately commissioned luxury train traveling from Paris to Venice. The journey will become the setting for a stylized mystery filmed by cameras rigged throughout the interior (think a glitzier version of the Orient Express).

Humans of the Year, which began as a Motherboard program three years ago, has been updated as an “interactive extravaganza” (whatever that might mean) that celebrates scientists, activists, makers and creators.