She's back! Leah Remini builds a case for Scientology aggression in tonight's A&E special - 2017-05-29

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F347.png She's back! Leah Remini builds a case for Scientology aggression in tonight's A&E special May 29, 2017, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We've seen tonight's 2-hour A&E special episode of Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, and we can tell you that it accomplishes much more than simply tiding fans over as they await the start of season two.

When Aftermath premiered last November, it was the network's most-watched first episode in a couple of years. It went on to average about 1.6 million viewers per episode as A&E scrambled to take advantage of its popularity by shooting a couple of special hour-long extra episodes for a season total of nine.

The second of those two special episodes featured author Lawrence Wright, attorney Ray Jeffrey, and cult expert Steve Hassan answering questions in a group setting. Tonight's new 2-hour special follows that format as well, this time with six special guests.


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