Scientology Set to Launch TV Network

Leah Remini won’t be amused.

The Church of Scientology is poised to launch its very own 24-hour television network, our sister site Deadline reports. According to a promotional video uploaded to the network’s official Twitter account, The Scientology Network will have its official launch this Monday, March 12 at 8/7c:

According to the official website (which includes a countdown clock), the network will have a linear home on DirectTV (channel 320), and a free app is already available to download via Apple, Roku, Amazon Fire and Google Chromecast. A description hints at some of the original programs viewers can expect, including Meet a Scientologist, Voices for Humanity and L. Ron Hubbard: In His Own Voice. The network will also air what the church refers to as “Scientology Principles” films detailing “basic Scientology technology.”

Are you at the very least “curious” about Scientology’s new TV network? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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