"Citizen Rose," a limited series following the life of activist and actress Rose McGowan, premiered its first episode on Tuesday night.
The show revolves around McGowan's activism in the months after the reports of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment and assault were published.
McGowan, who reached a settlement with Weinstein in the 90s, has accused him of rape.
In one of the most powerful scenes in "Citizen Rose," actress and activist Rose McGowan is at a hotel in New York City with Ronan Farrow, the journalist who broke stories about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment and assault in The New Yorker.
In the scene, Farrow says he started calling women after McGowan told him she knew there were many other victims of Weinstein’s behavior. Farrow says when he spoke to these other women, he told them he didn’t think the story would ever be published, and even if it were, that it wouldn't affect Weinstein. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:'SNL' addressed the controversy surrounding the Aziz Ansari sexual-misconduct allegation in a darkly funny skitAmazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buyingA woman tried to bring an emotional-support peacock on a United flight, and it reveals a growing crisis for airlinesSEE ALSO: 'Black Panther' had its world premiere last night, and people say it's a 'thoughtful masterpiece' and the first Marvel movie with a political message