Leah Remini Returning to A&E to Examine Different ‘Cult-Like Religions’ 

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Leah Remini’s campaign has simply began — a supply tells Us Weekly that the actress, who received an Emmy for her docuseries, Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, will return to A&E to examine different “cult-like religions.”

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The primary episode shall be about Jehovah Witnesses and one other episode shall be about Nxivm, a controversial self-empowerment group, based on the supply.

As beforehand reported, the Kevin Can Wait actress hinted at a unique approach for her docuseries whereas talking with Leisure Weekly in September: “I’m open to doing a season three another way. We’ve been getting an awesome quantity of emails and other people contacting us by means of [social media] about different cults which are related [to Scientology], so I’m wanting into that.”

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Remini, 47, left the group in 2013 after questioning chief David Miscavige and claiming that members of the elite sea org had been being abused, amongst different allegations. In 2015, she printed Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, the story of her expertise. Since then, she has additionally spoken out in opposition to Elisabeth Moss and Tom Cruise, who’re members of Scientology.

Remini has been vocal whereas exposing the practices of the group — even calling on the FBI, the IRS and Division of Justice for his or her assist. “If the FBI ever need to get anyplace, all they would want to do is a raid. All people who’s ever gone to Scientology has folders and every part you’ve ever mentioned is contained in these folders,” the King of Queens star informed The Hollywood Reporter in August.

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The Church of Scientology has repeatedly refuted the star’s claims. “Leah Remini continues to foment anti-religious bigotry and can accomplish that so long as the media acts as her enablers in monetizing her bias and hatred,” Karin Pouw, the church’s spokeswoman, informed Us Weekly in August.

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