Apparently no word on which (if any) network or streaming outlet is considering taking this up, but a show about a bunch of “victims of the #MeToo movement” whining about how their careers were harmed by the exposure of their terrible deeds sounds like the kind of show calculated to induce maximum backlash.
Yeah, but since when has an utterly crap premise prevented a show from being successful?
No doubt there’s an audience for it…
but don’t you see, they’re the victims of backlash.
Besides, she had it coming.
(I sure hope peoples snark alarms are armed this morning)
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