It's been said before, but something about all of these documentaries (including those that have been greenlit but aren't airing yet) still feels exploitative. The whole media circus reminds me of 2007/08 but through a post-#MeToo lens, which is to say... everybody wants a piece of the pie, everybody wants to have these conversations in the public sphere, but there's not always the support for survivors or follow-through (see: Time's Up)... It feels weird to say there's an element of sensationalism, because it truly is explosive stuff, but I hope these media outlets are not forsaking accuracy or highlighting the wrong voices. Ultimately, if it helps inform the public of her situation, that's good. I just hope the media and public are respectful of her when the dust settles.