How to watch Drake Bell and other stars' surprise 5th 'Quiet on Set' episode

Ex-Nickelodeon stars have more to say after "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV," the docuseries that startled and horrified 16 million people. 

 The tell-all documentary, released in two parts on March 17 and 18, takes viewers behind the scenes of some of Nickelodeon's biggest 1990s and 2000s TV shows and reveals the allegedly toxic and abusive environment created by adults at the network, including Brian Peck, who served jail time for sexually abusing Drake Bell.

The four-part docuseries revealed sealed court documents and interviewed stars about their first public experiences. Investigation Discovery has announced a fifth episode's release. The network says the surprise extra installment will go further into the stories in the main doc and contain more interviews with participants and new voices.

Below is information about the fifth episode of "Quiet on Set. Investigation Discovery announced that journalist Soledad O'Brien will lead a conversation in the fifth episode, "Breaking the Silence".

Drake Bell, "All That" cast mates Giovonnie Samuels and Bryan Hearne, and Hearne's mother Tracey Brown will return to discuss the docuseries' findings. Other voices, notably "All That" star Shane Lyons, will be added to the original four parts.

According to the statement, the conversation will center on the entertainment industry's future. Members will discuss Hollywood occasionally and continue the talk about child safety, workplace toxicity, and other vital themes from the first four episodes.

Participants will also be interviewed about the docuseries' charges and reunite to react to "Quiet on Set" for the first time since its premiere. “With 'Breaking the Silence,' 

 we're digging deeper into the crucial conversations the docuseries ignited and exploring the lingering questions left in their wake to provide further insight from the brave voices who've spoken out previously and those who are coming forward again,” said Jason Sarlanis, President of Investigation Discovery and other associated networks.

Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV" was originally a four-part Investigation Discovery docuseries that aired twice. Two episodes aired on Sunday, March 17, and two on Monday, March 18. Fubo, DirecTV, Philo, and Sling offer Investigation Discovery. A Max subscription lets you view it on Max/Discovery+, Prime Video, Apple TV, and The Roku Channel.

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