Leah Remini's TLC Reality Series to Premiere in July
Earlier this year, actress Leah Remini invited cameras into her home to Capture the funnier-than-fiction reality that is her life. The result is the new 12-episode series LEAH REMINI: IT'S ALL RELATIVE, premiering Thursday, July 10 at 10/9c on TLC.
As Leah explains: "I'm so happy to be opening my home to TLC and to be sharing my family with you. We are blessed to be given this opportunity to work together as a family. However, beware - In these last 13 weeks of working on the show, my mother and stepfather already feel they are the true talent and breakouts of the show and expect to be offered sitcoms."
Joining Leah in the series are her husband Angelo, their 9 year-old daughter Sofia, mother Vicki and stepfather George, and sister Shannon and her husband, William. Making Leah's household even more interesting is her team, including Sofia's brash British nanny Trish, friend/handyman/security Lou, and Leah's personal assistant Raffy. On top of it all, this extended family now includes a producer and a few cameramen - and the Remini's are having fun keeping this crew on their toes.
And the cameras are capturing it all - Leah and her family are incredibly close, not holding back with their love, opinions, or sense of humor. As viewers will see, in this house, anything goes including unfiltered conversations about body hair grooming, sex, and a certain tramp stamp (or... is it lower back tattoo?).
In the premiere episodes, airing back to back on July 10, Leah and husband Angelo decide to throw a party for friends who stuck by them since they left the Church of Scientology. Angelo sees the party as an excuse to clear the yard of their daughter Sofia's swing-set... but he and Leah don't see eye-to-eye on this. Then, after an argument goes too far, Vicki is left worrying how she'll be remembered when she dies. Competing to be 'favorite child', Leah and sister Shannon agree to Vicki's morbid idea to hold a living funeral for her.
LEAH REMINI: IT'S ALL RELATIVE is produced for TLC by Gurney Productions and Leah Remini's No Seriously Productions, Inc.