Leah Remini and Mike Rinder want this second (and previously unplanned) season of their A&E show to do something more than just give Scientology a black eye.
Leah Remini illustrated how ‘disconnection’ keeps doubters involved in Scientology long after they would have preferred to depart, and just how devastating it can be for those affected.
Last week I wandered into the Church of Scientology in Pasadena, California, and what happened during my visit made me afraid for the church’s members.
Leah Remini’s newest A&E episode on Scientology reveals some of the most horrific and shocking stories of ex-‘church’ members yet.
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What makes Scientology a cult instead of just an extreme religion? The two latest episodes explained the difference better than any of the previous episodes.
While many on the outside of Scientology view it as a sci-fi cult, on Leah Remini’s latest episode Mary Kahn artfully explained how and why it is able to draw in adherents.
The second episode in Leah Remini’s series about the cult of Scientology shows just how far the religion’s leaders will go to destroy you.
Leah Remini’s new A&E documentary aims to expose the abuses of Scientology to a larger audience than ever before.
In a Reddit AMA, Leah Remini revealed some pretty crazy things about the Church of Scientology. Here are a few of the craziest revelations.
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