The problem with the #MeToo movement is that there isn't much of a #MeToo movement to speak of. It's really just a handful of older, angry women in the entertainment industry and the media. The average person could give a rat's ass about alleged abuse in the entertainment industry.
Not that they condone that sort of thing, but they know better than to think that some obscure female comic's career was ruined because Louis dropped trou and rubbed one out in front of her—after he asked her if he could and she said yes, mind you.
Her career wasn't going anywhere anyway, because she doesn't have any talent. If she did, I'm sure Netflix would have been more than happy to give a deal for a lot more than they were trying to give Mo'Nique, if only for virtue signaling purposes.
Doesn't Netflix have a "comedy" special where it's just some woman complaining about how comedy is sexist?
The fact that Louis returned to standup this past weekend and was greeted with a standing ovation before he even said anything just goes to show that there was never a business case for all of the changes the entertainment industry went through in the past year. People still want to hear Louis' standup.
I'm sure the TIs are watching this and wondering why they canned all of those people, especially since it's been revealed that Asia Argento—one of the main people who started this BS—might be one of the few people actually guilty of abuse.