By Sandra Gonzalez
ATLANTA (CNN) — The Church of Scientology is headed to television.READ MORE: Public Works Crews Across Delaware Valley Prepare For Arrival Of Anticipated Severe Weather
The organization is set to premiere Scientology TV on Monday, a new network that will air on DirecTV and available via streaming devices like Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV.
“The only thing more interesting than what you’ve heard is what you haven’t,” read a promo announcing the channel, shared on Scientology social media accounts.READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Severe Storms Expected To Bring Damaging Winds, Flooding And Isolated Tornadoes
Scientology has been the subject of a number of high-profile film and television series in the past few years, including an Emmy-winning HBO documentary by director Alex Gibney called “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief,” based on a book by Lawrence Wright, and Leah Remini’s docuseries “Scientology the Aftermath.” Remini, a former Scientologist, won an Emmy for the series in 2017.
Scientology Media Productions, which is behind the network and its content, launched in May 2016 with headquarters located in Hollywood at the old location of public broadcaster KCET.
According to promos, some of Scientology TV’s programs will include “Inside Scientology,” “L. Ron Hubbard: In His Own Voice,” and “Meet a Scientologist.”
The network will launch at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, on DirecTV’s channel 320, which currently is home to infomercials.MORE NEWS: Man Wanted In Connection To Fatal Shooting Near Widener University Arrested in Delaware, US Marshals Say
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