‘Breaking the Silence’: A New Episode of ‘Quiet on Set’ Drops Soon — How to Stream the Documentary Series Without Cable  

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The cameras are going back up for Quiet on Set. A fifth episode of the hit docuseries will air on ID and stream on Max next month, the cable network announced Tuesday (March 26).

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Premiering April 7, Quiet on Set: Breaking the Silence will feature interviews with former Nickelodeon stars Drake Bell, Giovonnie Samuels, Bryan Hearne and Hearne’s mother, Tracey Brown.

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Journalist Soledad O’Brien will moderate the episode, Variety reports.

Breaking the Silence will dig “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,” Jason Sarlanis, president of TNT, TBS, TruTV, ID & HLN, said in a statement Tuesday, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Investigation Discovery will re-air Quiet on Set Saturday, but if you don’t feel like waiting, you can stream the docuseries on Max before the new episode drops next month.

According to a press release from ID, the documentary series offers “unprecedented access to key cast members, writers, and crew spanning Schneider’s popular series at Nickelodeon,” including All That cast members Giovonnie Samuels, Kyle Sullivan, Bryan Hearne, Katrina Johnson and director Virgil Fabian, The Amanda Show writers Jenny Kilgen and Christy Stratton, Alexa Nikolas from Zoey 101 in addition to cast and crew from iCarlySam & CatVictorious and other Nickelodeon icons such as Marc Summers former host of Double Dare.

“Everything that happened on the shows Dan ran was carefully scrutinized by dozens of involved adults, and approved by the network,” a rep for Schneider said in a statement to Variety. “If there was an actual problem with the scenes that some people, now years later are ‘sexualizing,’ they would be taken down, but they are not, they are aired constantly all over the world today still, enjoyed by both kids and parents.”

Schneider also sat down for an interview published by The Hollywood Reporter.

The docuseries, which premiered on March 17 and 18, explores several shows created by Dan Schneider, who has since denied claims made against him in the documentary, including sexualizing children and cultivating a toxic work environment.

Quiet on Set premiered as a four-part docuseries aimed at exposing the “toxic and dangerous culture” and alleged abuse on the sets of several of Nickelodeon’s hit series. Clips from the docuseries continue to go viral all on TikTok, and a record 16 million viewers watched Quiet on Set across ID and Max since its premiere.

Bell, of the Nickelodeon series Drake & Josh, The Amanda Show and All That, appears in the documentary’s third episode. In the documentary, Bell accuses former Nickelodeon acting and dialogue coach Brian Peck of sexual abuse.

In August 2003, Peck was arrested on sexual abuse charges including performing a lewd act on a child. The victim was one of the children that Peck was coaching and was molested at his home for more than six months, according to the LAPD. Peck was sentenced to 16 months for child molestation and ordered to register as a sex offender.

Clips from the documentary, including Bell’s story, have received millions of views on TikTok.

“My name is Drake bell, and I came here to tell my story. I have never told my story publicly,” Bell shares in the documentary.

Quiet on Set is directed by Mary Robertson and Emma Schwartz. The series is produced by Maxine Productions and Sony Pictures Television.

Read on for ways to watch and stream the new episode from anywhere.

Where to Watch Quiet on Set: Breaking the Silence

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV premiered as a four-part documentary on March 17. The follow-up epsiode, Breaking the Silence, will air Sunday, April 7, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ID and stream on Max.

If you have access to ID through cable, satellite or streaming, check your local listing for additional channel information.

For those without cable access, streaming platforms like Max, Philo, DirecTV and Fubo let you enjoy dozens of cable channels for one low price (use ExpressVPN to stream from outside the U.S.)

If you missed the premiere or want to rewatch, you can stream the series on Max. Right now, subscribers can save over 40% off Max’s annual plan, which costs just $5.83/month, when you prepay for an entire year.

Subscriptions start at $9.99 for the monthly plan, the annual plan starts at $99.99, without the discount.

Max subscribers get access to stream movies, series, documentaries, sporting events including March Madness and other must-watch content, including Curb Your Enthusiasm, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, The Regime and films such as The Color Purple, Wonka, Aquaman: And The Lost Kingdom.

Click here for details on how to get free Max.

Philo is $25/month after a free trial for a week. Stream 70+ channels such as ID, Lifetime, WeTV, OWN, MTV, A&E, CMT, Food Network, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, TLC, Trvl, TVLand, and TVOne. Click below to join Philo to stream Quiet on Set and more.

DirecTV’s most affordable streaming plan has 75+ channels, including cable networks and local stations. Streaming plans start at $69.99/month after a free trial for five days. You can stream Quiet on the Set on demand, or when it re-airs on the ID channel.

Fubo usually costs around the same price as DirecTV, but you can save $20 off the first month, which drops the price down to $59.99 for Fubo Pro (191 channels, plus DVR and a free trial for a week).

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids is available to stream on Prime Video, Apple TV, and The Roku Channel.

Watch the trailer below.

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