Quiet On Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV

A docu-series that uncovers the toxic culture behind some of the most iconic children’s shows of the late 1990s and early 2000s. Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV is a 2024 ongoing five-part documentary television series that details the behind-the-scenes world of children’s television from the late 1990s to the early 2010s, especially during Dan Schneider’s tenure as a producer on Nickelodeon. The first four episodes aired on March 17 and 18, 2024, on Investigation Discovery, and the fifth episode will air on April 7. The series was simultaneously released on Max and Discovery+. The documentary also explores actor Drake Bell’s personal struggles, especially his relationship with dialogue coach and sex offender Brian Peck.

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8 thoughts on “Quiet On Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV”

  1. Absolutely so well done. Yes, it was difficult to watch but I’m grateful the truth is coming out.

    Thank you for your dedication and hard work.♥️

      • It’s sad people come out to disparage the abused. Yes, Drake may have done some things he is not proud of, but the truth of the matter is he owned his behavior.

        Unless you have been a victim you have no clue of the damage it does to your life. I speak from experience and I am 68 years old. This is not something that started twenty or thirty years ago.

        Again, thank you for having the courage, strength and passion to bring this issue to the forefront. The ugly truth MUST be told.

        May the Lord watch over and protect you and your family.♥️🙏♥️

  2. I cry BS on this staged sexual abuse narrative. Drake Bell is a known pedophile. He agrees to come out as the face of the abused so they can control the narrative and set up a whole new generation of kids to become sexually abused.

  3. As a survivor of SA, I feel the pain of these child actors, especially the betrayal of those who choose to see the predator as the victim. Not being believed is extremely hurtful. This documentary is very well done and I hope it opens the eyes of many who just can’t fathom that these kinds of things go on.


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