The BBC have revealed their plans to make a documentary on the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
According to Digital Spy, it will be a feature-length film, directed by Ursula MacFarlane.
It has plans to use the Weinstein allegations to explore how the 'pursuit of power and money has resulted in a culture of power and exploitation.'
The documentary will include interviews with various sources, including the actresses who have been brave enough to tell their stories.
The BBC released a statement about the upcoming project. BBC Two Controller Patrick Holland said 'Ursula is a brilliant filmmaker and is perfectly placed to make the definitive documentary,piecing together the story of just how he abused his power and position.'
It will be aired on BBC Two some time in 2018.