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“Scientology and the Aftermath” co-hosts Leah Remini and Mike Rinder are defending Paul Haggis after the “Crash” screenwriter was accused of sexual misconduct, stating in an open letter that the accusations against Haggis come from information gathered about him during Scientology auditing sessions.
You may not have heard of these shows — one of them was yanked after only two episodes — but some of their cast members have gone up like skyrockets since then.
Leah Remini and other former Scientologists discussed misinformation STAND has generated against "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath."
Leah Remini on how “tough” it is to film her Emmy-winning docuseries “Scientology and the Aftermath” and what might be next for the show.
We grilled 'Kevin Can Wait' stars Kevin James and Leah Remini on whether their characters will ever get romantic.
'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' star Mimi Faust recalled her harrowing experience of being locked in a room and nearly forced to sign a Scientology contract.
Since the death of Kevin's wife, Donna, played by Erinn Hayes, “Kevin Can Wait” fans have been eagerly awaiting a revelation about just how she died.
Vanessa (Leah Remini) convinces Kevin (Kevin James) to join her on another job in this first look at Monday's new episode of 'Kevin Can Wait.'
Leah Remini has returned to Kevin Can Wait, but this time as a permanent fixture. By killing off Donna, her character is now the new female lead.
On Tuesday’s "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath," the focus was on celebrities and what they mean to the church of Scientology. Remini did not hold back in delivering her message to stars like John Travolta and Tom Cruise, among others.
Over the weekend, the actress and former Scientologist received the Creative Arts Emmy award for best informational series or special for her A&E series, “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.”
Leah Remini snapped Anthony Bourdain's four-year Emmy winning streak, taking the trophy tonight for Best Informational Series or Special at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Remini won her first Emmy, off her first nom, for A&E's Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath , exploring accounts of former Scientology members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the org's practices. Picking up her statuette, an emotional Remini began by saying she wanted to thank her…
Actress Leah Remini, who’s come out as one of Scientology’s most vehement critics following her A&E docuseries “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” said that while she was with the church, she was asked to recruit some of her coworkers and best friends. In a People cover story, the “King of Queens” star said that she was asked to convert her costar and friend Kevin James into the church, but she refused, saying that he had religious obligations of his own. “We had nothing to do with Kevin James and never attempted to ‘recruit’ him to the Church,” the statement read.
While they grew close filming nine seasons of "The King of Queens," former Scientologist Leah Remini says she never tried to convert her longtime costar and friend Kevin James — much to the chagrin of the church.
“Kevin Can Wait” is headed in a new direction for Season 2, but star Kevin James says the change wasn’t driven by the chemistry between him and his former “King of Queens” co-star Leah Remini, who guest-starred on the show last season.
Elisabeth Moss, a longtime member of the Church of Scientology, usually stays silent on the subject. But that seems to have changed with one Instagram post.
The 'Kevin Can Wait' actress -- a former Scientologist -- recently spoke about her strained relationship with the 'Handmaid's Tale' star.
The former King of Queens duo Leah Remini and Kevin James revived their old rapport, basically playing Doug and Carrie as cops.
Stars are too busy to be making resolutions. So we did it for them. Biebs, you could be a bit nicer to your fans. Mariah, maybe don't put a ring on it this year… Donald Trump: I will relinquish my Twitter account … or NOT! Ariel Winter: Cover up that amazing body once in a while. And, Kanye, about that presidential run.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! See how celebs from Coco Austin to Kelly Clarkson to Drake to Maria Carey have been decking the halls at home.
In her new eight-episode documentary series, Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, the former King of Queens co-star is on a mission to expose what she believes is the cult of Scientology, and to give camera time to others who, like her, were once in thrall to this particular religion. Remini, who spent decades as an ardent Scientologist (the new show plays footage of pro-Scientology interviews she used to give), broke away from the self-styled church a few years ago. The first episode focuses primarily on Amy Scobee, a woman who spent almost three decades as an enthusiastic, highly exalted Scientologist.
Leah Remini is making the talk-show rounds promoting her book, and on Wednesday night she stopped by Watch What Happens Live. Host Andy Cohen asked her some questions concerning information missing from the book, like why didn’t she talk about John Travolta and who were the soap opera actors she slept with? Watch the video below to hear what else Leah has to say about Scientology from her 20/20 interview on ABC. To learn more about Yahoo SuperFan, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @YahooSuperFan, Facebook, and Instagram for your daily dose of all things TV and Movies