Xenu is coming to a TV near you.
The Church of Scientology will have much more to be upset about in the coming months, because Leah Remini’s A&E series about Scientology is getting a second season.
Leah Remini is reportedly seeking $1.5 million in emotional damages from the Church of Scientology and claims the organization attempted to strong-arm A&E into pulling her TV series.
Follow up: did you know Michael Peña is a Scientologist? A PROUD one. So don’t bother shaming him for it.
This should be fan-freaking-tastic: Leah Remini, Scientology escapee, lands her TV series about Scientology on A&E. Earlier this year, we told you about this project, the news of which came via journalist Tony Ortega who has seemingly dedicated his life to reporting about Scientology and its various evils. Now A&E,…
On Monday, the man who was married to Jim Carrey’s ex-girlfriend, the late Cathriona White, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the actor accusing him of illegally obtaining the painkillers White used to commit suicide. Now, according to The Underground Bunker, two friends of White’s have come forward with…
Ron Miscavige—the person who’s partly responsible for bringing the leader of Scientology, David Miscavige, into this world—wrote a memoir due this spring that will surely only have nice things to say about a religion known for intimidating and exiling its former members.
In incredibly surprising news, Scientologists are going hard trying to cock block the chances of the Scientology documentary Going Clear winning an Oscar.
The Church of Scientology has successfully cock-blocked screenings of the documentary exposé Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief in the Church’s home base of Clearwater, Florida.
In a new clip from her TLC reality series, Leah Remini: It’s All Relative, Leah Remini keeps it real as usual about her falling out with Scientology.
Yesterday we learned that Leah Remini sicced the cops on The Church of Scientology, filing a missing person report for Shelly Miscavige, the wife of Church leader David Miscavige. Today we're finding out the case is closed: The Church shut that shit down real quick.