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‘Quiet on Set’: Upcoming 5th Episode Features Exclusive Drake Bell Interview Titled ‘Breaking The Silence’

The docuseries ‘Quiet on Set’, which delves into the dark underbelly of child exploitation and abuse in the entertainment industry, is set to premiere a bonus fifth episode titled ‘Breaking the Silence.’ This new episode will feature a highly anticipated interview with actor Drake Bell, who will be speaking out about his own experience of childhood sexual abuse.

Bell, best known for his role as Drake Parker in the Nickelodeon sitcom ‘Drake & Josh’, was one of the first figures to come forward with allegations against former Nickelodeon acting coach Brian Peck. Peck was arrested for lewd acts on a minor and served 16 months in prison. However, Bell never publicly discussed the details of the incident until now.

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The ‘Breaking the Silence’ episode promises to be a powerful and emotional one. According to a press release from the network, Bell will share his story with journalist Soledad O’Brien, offering viewers a firsthand account of the trauma he endured as a child actor.

The episode will also explore the wider issue of child s*xual abuse within the entertainment industry, highlighting the vulnerabilities faced by young performers and the systems that failed to protect them.

Bell’s decision to speak out in ‘Breaking the Silence’ is a significant development. His story adds a personal dimension to the issue and sheds light on the long-lasting impact of childhood abuse. It also serves as a powerful testament to the courage it takes to come forward and seek healing.

The premiere of ‘Breaking the Silence’ comes at a time when the entertainment industry is grappling with issues of physical misconduct and abuse. Bell’s story, along with the experiences shared by others in the docuseries, serves as a reminder of the importance of breaking the silence and ensuring the safety of all child performers.

-Sushmita Sarkar

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