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[08/28/13 - 10:32 AM]
TLC Adds Two More Episodes of "Breaking Amish: LA"
Both hour-long episodes will air back-to-back on Sunday, September 29 starting at 9:00/8:00c, and serve as the season finale.

[via press release from TLC]

TLC ADDS TWO MORE EPISODES OF "BREAKING AMISH: LA"

Order includes reunion show, hosted by NBC's Michelle Beadle

TLC today announced that it has ordered two additional episodes of BREAKING AMISH: LA. The series, which has been averaging 1.8 million P2+ viewers during its season, follows seven young Amish and Mennonite men and women who are living together in Los Angeles and exploring life among the "English," forcing them to contemplate whether or not to embrace this new world or return to the life they left behind. This new order brings the series total to 11 episodes, with an additional reunion special, BREAKING AMISH: LA - THE SHUNNING TRUTH.

Both hour-long episodes will air back-to-back on Sunday, September 29 starting at 9/8c, and serve as the season finale.

BREAKING AMISH: LA - THE SHUNNING TRUTH, hosted by NBC's Michelle Beadle reunites the group to catch up on life together during Los Angeles, and what's happened back at home since the series starting airing. Covering all of the drama that was exposed during the season, the reunion will tackle the conflict and rumors, sensitive relationship questions, and ultimately will try to get to the bottom of any unresolved issues. TLC invites fans to submit their burning questions at Facebook.com/BreakingAmish, and they may be used on the show.

BREAKING AMISH: LA continues this Sunday, September 1 at 10/9c on TLC, with the episode titled "Judgment Day." In this episode, Devon returns home to an unwelcome reception, and when Iva's fiancé Sam leaves to return home, simmering tensions boil over. Everyone disperses to cool off and Matt starts a promising internship with a prominent fashion designer. A surprise baby shower for Lizzie turns sour from Devon's actions and the rest of the group decides that enough is enough.

In this sneak peek, the group gathers for Lizzie's baby shower: http://www.tlc.com/tv-shows/breaking-amish-la/breaking-amish-la-videos/surprise-baby-shower.htm.

BREAKING AMISH: LA is produced for TLC by Hot Snakes Media. BREAKING AMISH: LA - THE SHUNNING TRUTH is produced for TLC by Peacock Productions.





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