Leah Remini’s Scientology and the Aftermath to End With Two-Hour Special

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After three seasons, Leah Remini’s Scientology and the Aftermath is coming to an end. According to The Hollywood Reporter, her A&E docuseries will finish off with a two-hour-long special, filmed in front of a live studio audience made up of former members. The actress began Scientology and the Aftermath in 2016, three years after leaving Scientology herself. The show will end with an investigation into abuse in the organization. The special will feature personal testimonials alleging that the religion has prevented victims from coming forward about violence and sexual assault. The rape allegations against Danny Masterson will be addressed, including conversations with two of his accusers. (In addition, four women recently filed a lawsuit against Masterson and Scientology, accusing them of stalking and conspiracy.) Masterson denies any wrongdoing. The special episode will air on August 26, capping off the Emmy-award-winning series. “We’ve done our job,” Remini said to THR. “The public is seeing what a truly evil organization it is. It’s not about religious beliefs. They can believe whatever the fuck they want. But they can’t just do whatever the fuck they want — because that’s what they’ve been doing.”

Leah Remini’s Scientology Series to End With 2-Hour Special