Quiet on Set Episode 5 Release Date: Drake Bell Nickelodeon News

Nickelodeon’s exposé, *Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV*, isn’t wrapping up anytime soon. There’s more to come, folks.

Investigation Discovery just greenlit a fifth episode for the series. They’re calling it “Breaking the Silence.” Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 7 at 8/7c. You can catch it on Investigation Discovery or stream it on Max.

This upcoming episode promises to dig even deeper. It’s going to explore the toxic culture behind some of the most beloved children’s shows from the late ’90s and early 2000s. We’re talking serious allegations here – abuse, sexism, racism. And it’s building on everything uncovered in the first four episodes.

Soledad O’Brien’s leading a crucial conversation in this episode. She’ll be sitting down with Drake Bell, Giovonnie Samuels, Bryan Hearne, and Hearne’s mom, Tracey Brown. Plus, Shane Lyons and other new voices are joining in. They’re all set to discuss the future of the industry.

Oh, and did you see? Josh Peck’s showing some serious support for Drake Bell and other survivors. After watching *Quiet on Set*, he made a heartfelt statement. It’s all about supporting those brave enough to share their stories.

Bell, now 37, made a big revelation in Episode 3. He disclosed that he was the minor involved in Brian Peck’s 2004 conviction. Peck, a former Nickelodeon dialogue coach, was convicted of some pretty heinous acts. And no, he’s not related to Josh Peck.

Following the release of *Quiet on Set*, both Josh Peck and Nancy Sullivan have spoken out. Peck reached out to Drake privately but wanted to publicly support all survivors. He emphasized the importance of protecting children and hoped for healing and industry change.

Sullivan shared her heartbreak and pride in seeing Drake open up. She was devastated to learn what he had been holding inside all those years. Yet, she admired the man he’s become, brave enough to tell his truth on camera.

Remember, past abuse doesn’t define us. Sullivan’s words are a powerful reminder that it shouldn’t control our lives. Let’s not forget that.

Mason Messick
Mason Messick
Mason Messick is a writer and television enthusiast. He has been covering the world of TV for 5 years and has a particular passion for drama series. Mason's engaging writing style has made him a valuable member of the Tonight.TV website team.


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