PASADENA, Calif. — Get ready for Rose McGowan on the small screen.
Ms. McGowan, the actress turned activist whose accusations against Harvey Weinstein helped spur a national reckoning on sexual abuse and harassment, will star in a documentary series, “Citizen Rose,” that is scheduled to premiere on E! later this month.
“It is a time of reckoning and the reset button,” she said at a Television Critics Association media event on Tuesday.
The cable network promised that the series will be an unfettered look into Ms. McGowan’s life. Filming began in September, the month before the publication of the New York Times story that disclosed her settlement agreement with Mr. Weinstein, whom she had accused of sexual assault.
“She kept saying, ‘It’ll be worth it, I promise,’” Andrea Metz, an executive producer of the series, said of Ms. McGowan’s pitch to Bunim/Murray Productions.
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