Leah Remini’s effort to expose the Church of Scientology is not over yet, and now she’s turning her eye toward other religious organizations as well.
The actress’ acclaimed docuseries “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” is returning to A&E for its third season Nov. 27.
In the trailer for the new season, Remini reveals some of the questions she’s still looking to answer about the mysterious organization.
“I’m curious where the leader of Scientology’s wife is,” she says. “I’m curious why someone would have to disconnect from their own daughter because your church thinks they’re enemies. I’m curious why you have your members signed non-disclosure agreements and then claim you have nothing to hide.”
Before that, though, Remini will debut a two-hour “Scientology and the Aftermath” special on “The Jehovah’s Witnesses, airing Nov. 13.
The special will feature Remini and Mike Rinder meeting with ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses to explore the similar ways the two organizations can exploit people’s beliefs.
“I thought Jehovah’s Witnesses were just nice people knocking on doors,” Remini says in the teaser for the special. “We have received many letters, ‘Please look into the Jehovah’s Witnesses.”
“Take Scientology, add 8 million members and you’ve got Jehovah’s Witnesses,” says one ex-member.