He has published his third major feature in The New Yorker on Harvey Weinstein. The focus is on the spies Weinstein allegedly hired to track actresses and journalists. Here you can read it.
Farrow has significantly enhanced his brandname through investigative reporting on Weinstein. Good for him. We all need a marketable niche.
The issue is this: Can Farrow grow the Weinstein franchise the way Gabriel Sherman had with Roger Ailes?
Sherman's fame didn't even peak with the publication of the Ailes' expose "The Loudest Voice in the Room." He went on and on with new angles on Ailes' various forms of bad behavior. Yes, those did include hiring spies to track Sherman.
The reality is that the eyeballs might have shifted attention away from Weinstein per se and onto other alleged miscreants such as Kevin Spacey. And even other weighty matters such as those who are fat-shaming Mariah Carey.
Can Farrow sustain his momentum amid what is shifting?
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