Charlie Rose to host series alongside men taken down by "Me Too" movement: report

Charlie RoseCharles Peete RoseAdvocacy group says NBC’s internal misconduct review not ‘credible’ The Hill's Morning Report — Sponsored by FICO — Republicans relieved as Blankenship loses Christiane Amanpour named as Charlie Rose's replacement on PBS MORE — whose PBS show was canceled following allegations of sexual harassment — is expected to star in a series where he interviews other men who have faced sexual harassment scandals, Page Six reported.

The show would feature Rose alongside men such as comedian Louis C.K. and former NBC anchor Matt LauerMatthew (Matt) Todd LauerBrokaw accuser calls NBC investigation into Lauer 'deeply flawed' Brokaw accuser refuses to participate in NBC investigation, asks for outside investigator Advocacy group says NBC’s internal misconduct review not ‘credible’ MORE, who both had sexual harassment allegations lodged against them last year.

According to Page Six, the show was pitched to writer and women’s rights advocate Tina Brown as a “Netflix show,” but a source close to the streaming service told Page Six that no one at Netflix had heard of the show.

Brown, who was approached to produce Rose’s show, turned down the job.

The show is being seen by some as a comeback attempt for some of the men who were toppled by the "Me Too" movement.

The movement began last year following numerous sexual harassment and assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein’s scandal triggered a deluge of accusations and reports against prominent men in politics and media.