"In a few years, you could do the Fox News sequel, but that story is still being told — the Fox News relationship with Trump and what happens with that," says showrunner Alex Metcalf. He also tells The Hollywood Reporter he wouldn't want Season 2 to revolve around Harvey Weinstein, even though the disgraced Hollywood mogul's rise and fall parallels that of Roger Ailes. "I would hesitate to make Weinstein as season two," he says. "I mean, then we become the sexual harassment show. Actually, the sexual predators show, if we want to be honest about it." Metcalf adds that The Loudest Voice, which concluded its seven-episode season Sunday night, is more than a story of Ailes' mistreatment of women. "I don't think this show is that," he says. "I think that's a piece of Roger, but I think there's so much more there. I mean, it's the thing that brought him down and really the dark secret over his entire career, but really it's about his influence on the country. It's about Trump. It's about the political machines and media machines that create our political reality. So I would think if there were a season two, it would have to somehow deal with those ideas as well."