Netflix revealed that all three seasons of ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath‘ would arrive on the platform, on November 1.
The host of the documentary series that investigates the Church of Scientology, Leah Remini delivered the news through her verified Instagram account. She posted a screenshot of related news published through What’s on Netflix, and added a caption that reads:
“Starting November 1st on Netflix, all 3 seasons of The Aftermath will be available.”
The outspoken critic, Remini, who is also a former follower of Scientology, continued:
“Thank you @netflix! How long before Scientology starts attacking and Fair Gaming Netflix? In 3, 2, 1…”
Throughout the three-season, Remini and co-host Mike Rinder explain the inner workings of the church, investigate the widescale abuse, and speak publicly with former members of the church about their experiences.
37 episodes (each has each a 43-minute episode) in total will be aired on Netflix, however, only in the United States.
As fans might remember, Remini, receiving a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special, reacted to 7 News because the channel had blocked to program from airing:
“But it won’t stop here. @7newsaustralia you are pu**ies, just for the record.”
Here is Remini’s mentioned Instagram post.