Survive La Luz Del Mundo?
HBO offers viewers a three-part documentary series, Unveiled: Survive La Luz Del Mundo. The episodes will be a “heartbreaking expose of abuse” within Mexico’s mega-church, the company shares. This unfortunately includes minors.
The first and second episodes will air on Tuesday, December 6 at 9 p.m. ET, followed by the conclusion on Wednesday, December 7 at 10 p.m. ET on HBO. All three episodes will also be available to stream on HBO Max on December 6.
The docuseries is directed by Jennifer Tiexiera. John Jordan serves as producer, with Stacey Offman, Richard Perello, Rhonda Schwartz, Brian Ross, Evan Lerner, Alex Lowry, Nancy Abraham, Lisa Heller and Sara Rodriguez taking on executive producing duties.
So what can you expect to see? We have the answer for you below.
What is Unveiled: Surviving La Luz Del Mundo on HBO Max about?
Unveiled will tell the story of the Christian church La Luz del Mundo (LLDM) and the sexual abuse that some of its members, many of them minors, say they suffered from successive leaders known as the “Apostles”, HBO shares in a press release.
The church was founded by Aarón Joaquín Gonzalez in 1926. His son and grandson Naasón Joaquín García, who is the current leader, both became leaders of the church after him. Many survivors now come forward to talk about how the would-be apostles “built and maintained a system to procure and prepare children for abuse.” In 2019 García was arrested and the doc will take us into the trial and the courtroom.
According to HBO, the docuseries are told from the perspective of survivors. The group first met on Reddit to share their abuse stories, according to HBO. LLDM was founded in Mexico, but also has churches in the United States.
The trailer for the documentary has not yet been released. But stay tuned to Hidden Remote as we continue to bring you news and updates on the series.
Unveiled: Survive La Luz Del Mundo premieres with the first two episodes December 6 on HBO and the third on December 7. All three parts can be streamed starting Tuesday, December 6 on HBO Max.
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