NBC News may soon find itself in an undesirable predicament upon release of Ronan Farrow's new book. The long-awaited project, titled "Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators," is said to delve into Matt Lauer's controversial past and 2017 firing. 

According to Page Six, the long-awaited book is expected to cover "Lauer's relationships with younger staffers, as well as the network's alleged decision not to complete Farrow's investigation into Harvey Weinstein."

Sources additionally revealed to the publication that executives at the network are "huddling to figure out how to deal with the fallout" and "bracing for bombshells." Even though they reportedly believe the worst details surrounding Lauer have already come out, there's still "serious anxiety at the network about what the book says about Lauer's philandering." 

As for how the network plans on dealing with coverage of Farrow's new book, conflicting reports have emerged as to what has been transpiring behind the scenes. One source told Page Six that executives were having "high-level discussion" about how to deal with it on-air, while another stated that they didn't need to conduct such conversations due to the fact that NBC "covered Matt Lauer's firing perhaps more extensively than anyone."

The book, out Oct. 15, is expected to include new interviews with several alleged victims. Additionally, his original accuser will reportedly identify herself for the first time. Lauer has previously denied all of the accusations, calling them "absolutely false."

This would not be the first project that is said to have the former anchor concerned about his reputation. Katie Couric, is also slated to release a tell-all, "Unexpected," which may continue painting a similar picture of Lauer as she once served as his co-host on "The Today Show."

For his part, Lauer is said to be planning his next moves to "get ahead" of the upcoming projects in an attempt to not only revive his career but also "not lose his kids."

"Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators" will be out on Oct. 15.