Well, you know how I am about these things, so my reaction won't surprise you.
My thought here doesn't have anything to do with the show, but with your discomfort over it.
I wonder if you are struggling with the problem of how much to tell, and to whom? I say that because I get that feeling a lot even now. In my case the issue is the other boy I was abused with for the last year. Sometimes I want to just scream out every detail of what was done to us and how cruelly we were manipulated and betrayed. But a part of me dreads doing that because I fear I will be blamed and judged. I was the older boy; I should have made it stop somehow. He was my friend and he needed me. And on and on and on.
However we deal with this problem of "what to tell and to whom", we need to bear in mind that we owe no one information, and if we refuse to tell someone something that doesn't mean we are hiding some dark sinister guilt. It just means we are putting ourselves first in our recovery.
That's the way it has to be Andy. Keep yourself safe and talk to people you absolutely trust. It's always the small solid steps that prove to be the ones that last. And no, I don't think it would be worth even half a million bucks to tell everything to the whole nation.