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‘Quiet on Set’: they confirm extra episode with a new interview with Drake Bell

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV will return with a fifth episode, thus confirming the rumors among fans.

After the docuseries aired its fourth and final episode on March 22, viewers speculated about the possibility of an extra episode after seeing listings on Google and Rotten Tomatoes.

On Tuesday (March 26), TV network ID confirmed that an additional episode titled “Breaking the Silence” will premiere on April 7.

According to VarietyID said in a statement: “Participants previously involved in Quiet on set, including Drake Bell, the cast members of All That Giovonnie Samuels and Bryan Hearne, Hearne’s mother Tracey Brown, as well as new voices including former cast member All That Shane Lyons will join Soledad O’Brien for an important discussion about the industry, then and now.”

The fifth episode “will build on the revelations explored in the first four episodes” and will include a conversation led by O’Brien about “where the industry can go from here.”

In the series, former screenwriters and child actors, including the star of Drake & Josh Bell, describe a toxic undercurrent of abuse, harassment, racism and sexism on the sets of Nickelodeon shows led by executive Dan Schneider.

Drake Bell in “Quiet on Set The Dark Side of Kids TV” (Investigation Discovery)

In the show, Bell alleges that at the age of 15 she was abused at the hands of Brian Peck, who worked as a dialogue coach on Nickelodeon shows. All That and The Amanda Show.

In August 2003, Peck was arrested after receiving a dozen accusations of sexual abuse of a minor, whose identity was not released.

In May 2004, Peck declared that he did not contest the charges brought against him, which included having performed a lewd act with a minor under 14 or 15 years of age and having had oral copulation with a minor under 16, for which time He was later sentenced to 16 months in prison and registered as a sex offender in October 2004.

Following the premiere of the docu-series, Nickelodeon stated in a statement: “Now that Drake Bell has come forward as the plaintiff in the 2004 case, we are deeply saddened to learn of the trauma he suffered, so we applaud and support his decision to report what happened, as well as the fortitude it took to do so.”

In recent statements to the podcast The Sarah Fraser ShowBell expressed disappointment in Nickelodeon’s response.

“It seems to me that it is an empty answer because [Nickelodeon] still broadcasts our programs. However, I have to pay for my own therapy.

Schneider, who cut ties with the channel in 2018, published an interview on his YouTube channel in which he discussed the accusations that appear in the documentary. She said watching the documentary was “very difficult” because she had to confront her “past behaviors, some of which are embarrassing and which I regret.”

“With Breaking The Silence, we delve into the crucial conversations the docuseries sparked and explore the lingering questions they left behind to offer more insight into the brave voices who have spoken before and those who are speaking out again,” said Jason Sarlanis, President of TNT, TBS, TruTV, ID & HLN, Linear and Streaming.

Quiet on Set was directed by Mary Robertson and Emma Schwartz and produced by Maxine Productions, a part of Sony Pictures Television Nonfiction, in association with Business Insider.

The first four episodes of Quiet onSet They air on Max in the United States.

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