Hate doesn’t sell and the numbers don’t lie. The verdict is in: Leah Remini’s second season peddling bigotry on A&E failed miserably.
For A&E, Leah Remini’s second season can’t end early enough as the ratings continue to tumble, proving viewers can only take so much hate and bigotry from subjects whose phony tales were never vetted.
Recycling the same embittered, unvetted former Scientologists from decades ago has become Leah Remini’s specialty with her reality TV show.
With her ratings in a free-fall and hitting all-time lows as “Leah fatigue” grows, Leah Remini is even more desperate to prop up her cheap reality TV show.
With her ratings hitting an all-time low, it’s obvious “Leah fatigue” has set in. Viewers are clearly tired of Leah Remini’s weekly hate-filled rants on her A&E reality TV show.
Just in time for Halloween, Leah Remini and A&E continue their religious witch hunt. This time they stir up hate by casting two individuals who, like Remini’s other unvetted sources, can’t keep their stories straight—stories that date back to nearly four decades ago.
Mat Pesch This is a story of how a failed construction worker repeatedly removed for dishonesty and falsifying records morphed into a self-proclaimed “expert” on Church finances.
Week after week Leah Remini’s “victim” factory continues to crank out reality TV fraud using the exact same formula with the promise that “unvetted” and dishonest subjects can use the exposure to gain fame and money through cash payments, sales of self-published “memoirs” and even GoFundMe pages.
Leave it to Leah Remini and A&E to distort the truth when the facts are staring them in the face. Once again, Remini uses her “people”—“unvetted” guests, each with criminal records and histories of lying, similar to the rest of Remini’s lying sources.
Thank Leah Remini for trotting Paul Haggis out on her reality TV show to tell his “big lie” for the umpteenth time about the circumstances surrounding his departure from the Church of Scientology, because his hypocrisy has exploded into the open.
Before appearing on Remini ’s reality TV show, Paul Haggis eviscerated his own credibility by confirming what we all knew: that he lied and his anti-Scientology tale is built on a fraud.
To smear her former faith, Leah Remini goes back nearly three decades to find a woman no one remembers.
An extraordinarily simple man who never had any special insight, knowledge or access to the senior executives overseeing the Church, Brousseau became a Church staff member in 1977 at the age of 20 after toiling as a janitor, machinist and furniture clerk.
Like most of the “unvetted” sources Leah Remini dusts off for her reality TV show, Morehead was dismissed and later expelled from the religion for a laundry list of transgressions.
Last time people saw Leah Remini hosting a “roundtable” was when she was one of the hosts of The Talk, the CBS talk show that ended in disaster for Remini when Leah was fired for her inability to get along with others.
You have to watch this video. It shows Leah Remini at a THR Reality Roundtable as a complete fanatic, making a bombshell admission that tears apart her entire reality show: Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.
One week after using their reality show to blame two mothers who endured tragedy, A&E, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder target a third victim. It was painful enough for Marie Gale to endure the suicide of her son Philip when he was a student at MIT.
Fed up with his daughter Leah’s phony, self-righteous “crusade” on behalf of family values, George Remini spoke out to make the truth known, according to videos recently posted.
Fed up with his daughter Leah’s phony, self-righteous “crusade” on behalf of family values, George Remini spoke out to make the truth known, according to a video obtained recently. In excerpts from an interview George, accompanied by wife Dana, complains about Leah’s disparaging him as a “pimp”.
Aaron Poulin’s mother, Sheila, is upset that A&E, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder after more than a decade are tearing open the wounds of her family’s private tragedy for ratings, profit and Remini’s egotistical self-aggrandizement.
Look beyond Leah Remini’s pious, money-motivated self-righteousness to find someone inspiring others to hate. Go down the list of what this sitcom actress’s program incites: vandalism—check. Desecration of a religious symbol—check. Arson of a church—check. Threatening the lives of parishioners and their children—check. Threatened assassination of a religious leader—double check.
Just as A&E CEO Nancy Dubuc tried to distance herself from secret payments made to a KKK white supremacist group starring in her ill-fated reality show, she and her network are sweeping another hate-filled embarrassment under the rug.
Scientologists believe raising children to be one of the most joyous, rewarding experiences in life. The basic tenants of Scientology involve ensuring children are loved, cherished and shown respect, while encouraged to contribute to family life.
Remini and her producers have a preconceived agenda intended to cause as much harm as possible to the Church, its members and its leaders. We have documented hundreds of violent acts incited including: (a) In June someone called the Church in Los Angeles, claiming to have planted a pipe bomb.
Leah Remini, from Scientology and the Aftermath, has a father who wants the world to know something about his daughter.
As Leah Remini’s acting career markedly faltered, she continuously sought to profit from harassing the ecclesiastical leader of Scientology and his wife.
Leah Remini and her A&E television series have been exposed as fake “reality” television, pandering false and exaggerated claims from “unvetted” subjects.
Leah Remini is an actress through and through, so she can make you feel she’s the nicest person. She can play the caring boss or the tea-offering hostess or the congratulatory friend. She spent ten years or more doing that kind of acting professionally (until her career took a downward slide).
I was on a reality TV show in 2005. It was a fascinating and educational experience to put it mildly. I was a touring musician for years and didn’t watch a lot of TV, let alone “reality” TV. I hadn’t really done my homework and didn’t know what I was getting myself into.
Leah Remini is known for playing characters who are vain, self-absorbed and who use an acerbic sense of humor to belittle others. What is she like in real life? Pretty much the same, according to those who knew her.
Leah Remini was the godmother to my children. I have known her for 20 years. She was in the hospital room when I delivered my daughter. I spent every holiday with her when I lived in Los Angeles for 17 years.
Leah Remini’s self-proclaimed “team” of expelled misfits have plenty in common with her, including exploiting their former faith for money, spreading hate from the fringes of the Internet, and treating those they work with like dirt.
Leah Remini proclaimed in a 2014 BuzzFeed interview that “I don’t want to be known as this bitter, ex-Scientologist.”
Those who have been in Leah Remini’s orbit and seen how she is up close know that behind the glossy smile is a nasty, foul-mouthed individual consumed with pettiness and vindictiveness. Even those who once considered her a friend have felt the brunt of her rants.
Add the name Steve Hassan to Leah Remini’s collection of wife beaters, thieves and embittered pathological liars showcased on her anti-religious reality TV hate series.
Both arrogantly disparage and mock religious faith An avowed atheist, Lawrence Wright has a long history of disparaging in his books and magazine articles those who practice religion. He even refers to religious faith as a “prison of belief.”
Leave it to Leah Remini, A&E and Mike Rinder to use the “season finale” of their reality TV show to make excuses for a man who poses such a violent threat to the Church of Scientology and its leader that a judge issued a criminal protective order to ensure he stays at least 100 yards away.
Lois and Gary Reisdorf have been seething with anger and hate at having been kicked out of the Church of Scientology’s religious order more than three decades ago for dishonesty and unethical behavior.
One of the biggest shills for Ron Miscavige—admitted wife-beater, racist and anti-Semite—is actress Leah Remini who features him in her cheap reality TV show.
Chris Shelton is posing in Leah Remini’s reality TV show as some sort of “expert” on the Scientology religion, yet it would be difficult to find a more unqualified person to speak on the subject.
Karen de la Carriere is an obsessed, unstable anti-Scientologist who, along with her husband Jeffrey Augustine, prowls the Internet fringe spreading lies and smears.
Leah Remini continues to shamelessly insert her reality TV cameras into private family matters, distorting the truth with smears for her hate-filled agenda.
Leah Remini’s self-proclaimed “team” of expelled misfits have plenty in common with her, from spreading hate from the fringes of the Internet to treating those they work with like dirt.
Like his BFF Leah Remini, wife beater Mike Rinder has been after the money in the aftermath. Nearly a decade ago, the Church expelled him for gross malfeasance and has had nothing to do with him since. Good riddance.
It is shameful that Ms. Remini exploits the Church for a living. After she left the Church in July of 2013, we repeatedly declined to publicly comment on her, citing the privacy of parishioners.
“It became misinterpreted. And what it said was that if someone has left the Church of Scientology or if someone is directly attacking the Church of Scientology, that person no longer has recourse to the internal ethics and justice procedures within the Church.
Leah Remini’s self-proclaimed “team” of expelled misfits have plenty in common with her, including exploiting their former faith for money, spreading hate from the fringes of the Internet and treating those they work with like dirt.