'Allen v. Farrow' Directors Promise to Make an Extra Episode If Woody Allen Sits Down to Talk

'Allen v. Farrow' Directors Promise to Make an Extra Episode If Woody Allen Sits Down to Talk
Decades-long sexual assault allegations against Woody Allen have once again gone under the looking glass in HBO's new series Allen v. Farrow. While the show concluded this weekend, the filmmakers have promised to make another episode if Woody agrees to an interview.

Allen previously released a statement calling the series a "hatchet job" with "no interest in the truth."

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, directors Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick said they'd happily do another episode if Woody agreed to an interview.

Ziering claimed that Allen's "first-person testimony is included throughout the series," adding, "We have his own voice reading, his own writing, his press conferences in his words, his court testimony. His side is represented."

Furthermore, she added that they'd happily ramp up production again if the disgraced filmmaker were willing to sit down for an interview. "And he's welcome to do an interview [with us]. Standing offer. We're sure that HBO would do a fifth episode. We're here."

Watch a brief teaser for Allen v. Farrow below.