A&E Network’s Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath has already been crowned one of the most watched shows on the network. The show’s first season’s second half kicked off with its breakout episode entitled Merchants of Fear, a two-hour long special which explores the relationship between the Church of Scientology and its critics. The breakout special in addition to subsequent episodes of the show includes interviews and personal experiences of people who have had to live with the difficult decision of leaving the Church of Scientology. It is currently cable’s top new unscripted show, with a second season well underway.

Anyone who has ever wanted to learn more about the Church or share their experiences can contact the show’s producers. Those who want hear jaw-dropping personal accounts of being followed spied on and intimidated by Church members can also watch the show live online!

Watch Scientology and The Aftermath Online Using the Official A&E App or Website

The official A&E website and their app is a great place to start for cord cutters who have subscribed to the network. The service uploads all the latest episodes of shows the very same day as its aired making it available both via the app and website. While some A&E shows could be streamed by non-subscribers if they were OK with watching a couple of ads that’s not the case with Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath which requires logging in with your subscriber credentials. That said if you’re looking for a real cord-cutting service we have a couple of good options below.

Live Stream Scientology and The Aftermath Online with Sling TV

Sling TV is a cord-cutting service which live streams A&E amongst various other channels like AMC, ESPN, MLB TV, etc. Sling TV subscribers can live stream Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath online as soon as it’s aired via their computer’s web browser or the service’s app. Starting at $20 a month, its one of the best cord-cutting services streaming dozens of channels making streaming on the go truly possible!

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Watch Scientology and The Aftermath Live with AT&T TV NOW

AT&T TV NOW is an AT&T owned cord-cutting service and includes A&E as part of its lineup of over a hundred channels. A subscription starts at $35 a month, but AT&T throws in free streaming. Fans of Scientology and The Aftermath can live stream the show via the service’s app for iOS and Android devices amongst others like Chromecast and Xbox One. Click the button below to try the service free!


Streaming Scientology and The Aftermath on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon

So far neither Netflix or Hulu has managed to secure the rights to stream Scientology and The Aftermath. There is a good chance that some sort of bidding war is taking place behind the scenes. However, we will keep you updated if the show surfaces on any one of these services.

Amazon Prime has all the episodes of the show available for $2.99 a pop with the entire season available for $14.99. However, the breakout episode called ‘Merchants of Fear’ is not available yet.

Other Methods of Live Streaming Scientology and The Aftermath

Some episodes perhaps make it to YouTube every now and then. However, other than that there are probably a couple of illegal websites live streaming the show, possibly run by Scientologists. That said illegally streaming shows like Scientology, and The Aftermath will only get you into legal trouble not only with A&E but the Church of Scientology could also start spying on you too!