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Leah Remini’s Scientology show gets renewed for third season

Days after the Church of Scientology declared it was starting its own television network; A&E renewed a series dedicated to taking down the controversial religious group.

The cabler has greenlit “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” season 3, our sister site Deadline reports.

The series, in which the “Kevin Can Wait” star/former Scientologist says she wants to expose the religion’s alleged mistreatment of its members, won a 2017 Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series or Special.

A&E also picked up four new docu-series (all of which have working titles): “Lost for Life,” about children who were given life sentences after murdering someone but who are now, thanks to a Supreme Court decision, permitted to plead their case; “Many Sides of Jane,” about a 28-year-old woman learning to live with Dissociative Identity Disorder; “The Accused,” about what happens when someone is falsely accused of a crime; and “Employable Me,” about people with mental disabilities who are searching for their dream jobs.

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