Actress and former Scientologist Leah Remini’s television series documenting the alleged abuses within the Church of Scientology has been renewed for a third season.
A&E announced earlier this week that “Scientology and the Aftermath,” which features the testimonies of several former Scientologists describing their experiences within the secretive organization, was going to have a third season.
“We’re baaaaaaaaaaaack,” Remini declared Wednesday in a post on Twitter that as of Friday afternoon has received over 1,200 retweets and more than 10,000 likes.
In 2013, Remini publicly left the Church of Scientology after belonging to the sect since childhood. She eventually converted back to Roman Catholicism.
Since then, she has been a high-profile critic of the organization and its leader, David Miscavige. This included launching the television series “Scientology and the Aftermath” alongside former Scientology executive Mike Rinder.
The documentary series primarily involves interviews with ex-Scientologists who share various negative experiences that compelled them to leave.
Accusations from the interviewees include tormenting mentally ill members, leading people to attempt suicide, forcing women to have abortions, and child manual labor.
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Source: Christian Post