"Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes" on HBO Max brings to life Ronan Farrow's podcast of the same name. Directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato spoke to Newsweek about the six-part series.
"Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes" is the new true-crime documentary series on HBO about the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse case.
In a recent statement, the company said keeping the movies in its library will "allow viewers to make their own informed decisions about screening the work."
"Allen v Farrow" sees Mia Farrow discuss her custody battle against Woody Allen and his alleged abuse of their daughter Dylan, which Allen denied in his book "Apropos of Nothing."
In an interview with The Guardian, the controversial director said that even though he's been estranged from Dylan and Ronan Farrow, he has not suffered professionally.
"He and his agent felt he had a better chance of winning if he denounced me, so he did," Allen told The Guardian.
A day after staff members walked out of their office in protest, Hachette Book Group has announced that it will not publish Allen's memoir, which was to be released in April.
The high-profile author and journalist announced that he can no longer "in good conscience" work with Hachette Book Group after a division of the company announced it's working with Farrow's estranged father, Woody Allen.
Farrow has been very outspoken in recent years about allegations that the director molested her when she was a child, which he has repeatedly denied.
In an interview, the journalist claimed that his investigation into Harvey Weinstein caused his relationship with the former secretary of state to turn.
Ronan Farrow said that reporters at NBC were "lied to" concerning the Harvey Weinstein story in an interview on 'The Rachel Maddow Show'
Speaking on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," Farrow said he saw a master list of killed stories about Trump.
MSNBC host, Chris Hayes, calls out his own news organization in light of new information from Ronan Farrow's new book.
Brooke Nevils says she is "not afraid" of Matt Lauer anymore.
Ronan Farrow's explosive new book "Catch and Kill" alleges that Lauer raped a "Today" show co-host.
Brooke Nevils is the former NBC News employee whose complaint about Matt Lauer led to the anchor's firing from the "Today" show in 2017, Farrow's forthcoming book "Catch and Kill" has revealed.
Attorney Michael Avenatti suggested Sunday that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford may not be "alone" in her accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
CBS News announced "60 Minutes" executive producer Jeff Fager will "stay on vacation" as it continues investigation into sexual misconduct, abuse allegations.
Weinstein surrendered to authorities in New York City on Friday.
Harvey Weinstein was a former donor to Hillary Clinton.
"But he knew and I knew that it was a moral issue," she told THR. "He had to continue, even when that meant putting a lot on the line."