Rose McGowan Gets Her Own TV Series, ‘Citizen Rose’
Rose McGowan, who was in the news for much of last year, will soon get to star in and produce her own TV series.
The series is titled Citizen Rose. It will be a five-part docuseries on E!, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
There is a method to my madness. I’ve been planning this for 3 years. Citizen Rose. Got punk.… https://t.co/nx7w2SJu9B
— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) January 3, 2018
McGowan, one of the many actors who have accused film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment, will debut in January with a two-hour documentary.
The series will focus on and document the actress and activist’s life and the battles she has gone through.
The press release for the series states, “In the span of ten days, artist/activist Rose McGowan was arrested, met with former President Barack Obama, and became one of TIME Magazine’s ‘People of the Year’, all while navigating the minefield of those trying to silence her.”
— UPROXX (@UPROXX) January 2, 2018
“I am thrilled to partner with E! to amplify my message of bravery, art, joy and survival,” McGowan said in a statement.
McGowan has also been very busy lately as she is thrilled to release her new memoir, Brave
— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) December 27, 2017
“As I ready my book, Brave, I realized I wanted to show how we can heal through art even when being hounded by evil. I want to have a conversation with everyone, and most especially, you, about looking at things differently and seeing beauty everywhere. E!’s tremendous reach and impressive platform allow me to globally communicate the importance of living a brave life,” she explained.
McGowan became a household name when she kicked off the #MeToo movement. She is been actively vocal about the alleged rape by a studio head since 2016.
Bravery, art, joy and survival. You're invited to the world of @rosemcgowan with our new limited series, #CitizenRose, starting with a 2-hour hour documentary special on Jan 30. https://t.co/IMhRsznuDD
— E! Entertainment (@e_entertainment) January 2, 2018
Feature Image Credit: Los Angeles Times