It's the docuseries members of the Church of Scientology are not looking forward to but Leah Remini fans have it marked on their calendars. Remini's new series "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" is sure to spark controversy. The actress vows to expose the malpractices of the church and to encourage members to "wake up" in a new trailer for the series. The trailer shows former Scientologists speaking out against the religion. One emotional mother talks about the money she poured into the church and being "owned" by them.

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Others tell their stories about the alleged rape, abortions and beatings that were kept silent. 

The Church of Scientology hasn't responded to the trailer

The Church of Scientology hasn't released a statement regrading "Leah ReminiScientology and the Aftermath" but have been vocal about Remini. The church threw major shade at the actress after her 2015 20/20 interview detailing her experiences growing up as a Scientologist.

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According to the Hollywood Reporter, the church issued a lengthly statement about her interview in part, saying:

"She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again."

Famous celebs that are Scientologists

Several celebrities practice Scientology including "Saturday Night Fever" star John Travolta.

Travolta, who played attorney Robert Shapiro in "The People v. O.J. Simpson," has been practicing since 1975. According to the Los Angeles Times, the actor became a Scientologist after reading the book "Dianetics" on the set of "The Devil's Rain." His wife, Kelly Preston, is also a member. Actor Tom Cruise is the most notable celebrity member. Elisabeth Moss from "Mad Men" was born into the church. According to the Los Angeles Times, her eight-month marriage ended in 2010 because of her devotion to the church.

She was married to "Saturday Night Live" star Fred Armisen. 

When does the docuseries air? 

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" was filming over the summer. The actress cut ties with the church in 2013. The docuseries premieres Nov. 29th on A&E.

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