TLC to Air Reunion Special for Hit Series 'Breaking Amish'

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October 25th, 2012

via press release:

TLC TO AIR  REUNION SPECIAL FOR HIT SERIES “BREAKING AMISH”

-- Two-part reunion airs on Sunday, November 11 and Sunday, November 18 at 10:00 PM (ET/PT)—

 

TLC’s popular series BREAKING AMISH follows four Amish young men and women and one Mennonite as they leave their respective communities to experience New York and all that it has to offer. As they go through a series of firsts and get serious about careers, romance, and the possibility of a life away from everything and everyone they've ever known for good, they experience a number of highs and lows throughout their telling journey.

 

They now have the chance to set the record straight about their past and confront one another about what really happened in New York (from Rebecca facing Kate and Sabrina about finding her dentures to what really happened with the Infamous witchcraft confrontation) during a two-part reunion special, airing Sunday, November 11th at 10 PM (ET/PT) directly following the finale episode, and Sunday, November 18th at 10 PM (ET/PT).

 

Throughout the two-part reunion – hosted by NBC’s Michelle Beadle - Jeremiah, Kate, Abe, Rebecca, and Sabrina speak candidly about their experience in New York and address all of the swirling rumors and allegations. From drunken fights and hook ups, to whether any of them have been married, have kids, or have been arrested, it's a raw discussion revealing intimate details about their lives and relationships.

 

They also disclose where their relationships currently stand with their family and friends, and tackle the rumors and questions about the authenticity of their Amish and Mennonite backgrounds.

 

BREAKING AMISH premiere episodes have been averaging 3.0M P2+ viewers to-date.

 

 

The two-part BREAKING AMISH reunion special is produced by Peacock Productions for TLC.

BREAKING AMISH is produced by Hot Snakes Media for TLC.

 

 
  • THE OLD MAN

    Who thinks these things up?

  • CarrieMaine

    Ugh, tried watching but these had to be the most uninteresting people ever. Doesn’t help that at the age of 17, even I found them insufferably immature, annoying, and also kind unnecessarily mean.

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