Hulu has revealed the first trailer and premiere date for “Untouchable,” a new original documentary about the widespread sexual misconduct scandal that brought down mega-producer Harvey Weinstein and kickstarted the #MeToo Movement. Here’s the first look:

“The inside story of the rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein reveals how, over decades, he acquires and protects his power even as scandal threatens to engulf him,” the film’s synopsis reads. “Former colleagues and accusers detail the method and consequences of his alleged abuse, hoping for justice and to inspire change.”

Hulu acquired the documentary, directed by Ursula Macfarlane, after its premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It will premiere exclusively on the streaming service on Sept. 2.

Based on the trailer, viewers can expect a scathing and damning look into the decades of abuse and coercion that Weinstein perpetrated through extensive and intimate interviews with the survivors. Some of the subjects included in the film are Rosanna Arquette (“Pulp Fiction”), Hope D’Amore, Paz de la Huerta (“The Cider House Rules”), Caitlin Dulany (“Project X”) and Erika Rosenbaum (“Brooklyn”).

Alongside these heartbreaking interviews are examinations of the power structure Weinstein built during his decades in Hollywood, the reporters from who exposed his crimes, and the movement that has spawned in the wake of his demise.

Weinstein’s fall began with the publication of a wide-ranging New York Times exposé in Oct. 2017. Since then, the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have made major strides against the epidemic of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood and beyond, with allegations coming out against the likes of Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., and John Lasseter.

weinstein Harvey Weinstein surrendered to the NYPD and was arrested for rape, among other charges. Weinstein turns himself in to the New York Police Department's First Precinct after be served with criminal charges by the Manhattan District Attorney's office on May 25, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Kevin Hagen/Getty Images