The American documentary series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath explore the Church of Scientology from the perspectives of Leah Remini and other ex-members. Between 1979, when she joined with her parents at the age of nine, and 2013, when she left under difficult circumstances, she was a Scientologist. She eventually turned into a vocal opponent of Scientology and released a best-selling autobiography in 2015 titled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.
The majority of Scientology and the Aftermath’s filming took place in the summer of 2016. In addition to co-producing with Holzman and Saidman, Remini worked as executive producer for her company, No Seriously Productions. The show’s creator and another executive producer were Alex Weresow. The show is consisted of three seasons, with twelve to fourteen episodes in each season. It has been rated 9 out of 10 on IMDb.
Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Release Date
A&E began airing the show’s first season in November 2016 with seven regular episodes and three special ones. It got favorable reviews from critics, had A&E’s strongest premiere ratings since 2014, and continuously attracted large audiences for subsequent episodes. As part of the marketing, Remini led a social media discussion where she discussed the show and gave her thoughts on Scientology.
Due to the roughly 20,000 comments, it got, the show’s schedule saw the addition of two similarly-themed special episodes in December 2016 and January 2017. There were two Emmy nominations and one victory for the first season. The second season of ten regular episodes and four special episodes, beginning in August 2017, was ordered for the show.
Unfortunately, there will not be season four of Leah Remini’s Scientology and the Aftermath because according to the cable channel A&E the show will be ended after the third season’s explosive two-hour special.
|Name of the Show||Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath|
|Season Number||Season 4|
|Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 1 Release Date||29 November 2016|
|Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Release Date||Canceled|
Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Story
This series features a collection of accounts from former Scientology adherents whose lives have allegedly been impacted by the church’s harmful activities. In this one-hour docuseries, actress Leah Remini assumes the role of an investigative journalist to reveal the shocking truth about Scientology, the controversial, secretive cult that Remini herself was a longtime member of. With her own experience serving as a motivating factor, Remini tells horrifying tales of abuse and harassment asserted by former practitioners who claim their lives have been affected even years after they left the organization, along with high-level former Scientology executives and members. The Church of Scientology refers to Remini as a failed actress who is using her previous religion to earn money. The church has repeatedly tried to get A&E Network to cancel the series.
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Remini and co-host Mike Rinder delve into what A&E calls startling tales of mistreatment, heartbreak, and harassment encountered by those who have left the church and spoken out about their experiences in each 43-minute episode. She speaks with former churchgoers who discuss their interactions with Scientology and how they were still impacted by it after leaving. She also converses with a number of ex-high-ranking church officials who provide background information on the organization and policy of the church as well as how this connects to the realities of former members.
Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Cast
Remini developed the TV show Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. She decided to shoot a teaser based on the tale of one family after receiving numerous contacts from ex-Scientologists following the publication of the book, and she went to a variety of producers to get funding for production.
Leah Remini, TV host Mike Rinder, and producer Mary Kahn were all cast members in the movie Leah Remini Scientology and the Aftermath. Remini and the program received harsh criticism from the Church of Scientology, which launched a number of websites criticizing the program, its hosts, and several of the interviewees.
Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Trailer
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Where To Watch Leah Remini Scientology And The Aftermath Season 4 Online?
You can watch all three seasons’ episodes of Leah Remini’s Scientology And The Aftermath on Hulu, Prime Video, and Netflix.
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