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A fifth episode of 'Quiet on Set' is on the way — and coming very soon

Drake Bell in episode two of the Investigation Discovery docuseries "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV."
Drake Bell in episode two of the Investigation Discovery docuseries "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV."Investigation Discovery
  • Investigation Discovery's docuseries "Quiet on Set" is returning for a fifth episode.

  • The episode, titled "Breaking the Silence," will be released on Sunday, April 7 at 8 p.m. ET on ID.

  • The episode will feature returning participants like Drake Bell and other former Nickelodeon stars.

The shocking revelations from "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV" continue making waves in Hollywood and on social media — and there's still more to unpack.

Investigation Discovery's jaw-dropping docuseries about the toxic and unsafe working conditions on the sets of Nickelodeon TV shows was initially released in four parts across two nights on March 17 and 18. But "Quiet on Set" will return with a bonus fifth episode, ID announced via a press release on Tuesday.

The episode, titled "Breaking the Silence," will be released on Sunday, April 7 at 8 p.m. ET on ID and will continue the conversation around the unsettling behind-the-scenes culture at the iconic children's TV network. The discussion will be led by award-winning journalist Soledad O'Brien.

Alexa Nikolas on episode one of the docuseries "Quiet on Set."
Alexa Nikolas in episode one of the docuseries "Quiet on Set."Investigation Discovery

"Breaking the Silence" will include appearances from Drake Bell and others who participated in the previous episodes of "Quiet on Set," including "All That" cast members Giovonnie Samuels and Bryan Hearne, and Hearne's mom Tracey Brown. Additional former Nickelodeon stars will also share their reactions to the docuseries.

"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, 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. BI's Kate Taylor served as an executive producer.

The first four episodes of "Quiet on Set" are streaming on Max.

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