Melissa Joan Hart ‘100 Percent’ Believes “Quiet on Set” Allegations Despite Positive Nickelodeon Experience

Hart admitted that she has 'not seen' the 'Quiet on the Set' documentary yet, but shared her own experiences working at Nickelodeon

<p>Roy Rochlin/Getty Images</p> Melissa Joan Hart on Nov. 27, 2018 in New York City

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Melissa Joan Hart on Nov. 27, 2018 in New York City

Melissa Joan Hart is opening up about her experience at Nickelodeon amid the new controversial docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV.

The actress — who starred on the Nickelodeon show Clarissa Explains It All from 1991 - 1994 — appeared on the Meghan McCain Has Entered The Chat podcast where she was asked if she watched the docuseries, which offers a disturbing look behind-the-scenes of some of the network’s children’s shows of the late 1990s and early 2000s.

“I have not seen the documentary and that’s a mistake,” Hart, 47, admitted. “I think I need to see the documentary. I keep meaning to, but at night when I go to bed, again, I’m like, ‘Eh, Friends.’ It’s too late, I don’t want to do that right now. I’ll get worked up.”

Meghan McCain, 39, also asked her if she experienced any “creepiness” while working under the network, as several Nickelodeon stars including Drake Bell detailed allegations of abuse they experienced while working on shows at the time on the docuseries.

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The Sabrina the Teenage Witch star, who said she had worked in Nickelodeon’s Orlando studio, told McCain that she “had nothing but a wonderful experience” working for the network aside from the “long hours.” However, she noted that was not reflective of every child star’s experience as a whole.

“I don’t know other people’s experiences. I’m not negating anything anyone else says,” she said. “I’ve never been told these people’s stories that are in the documentary or and I have to say I’ve never heard a story from a Nickelodeon star personally.”

“No one’s come to me and talked to me about any of these situations, and that’s not to say anything about anyone’s story,” she continued. “I absolutely trust and believe them 100 percent.”

<p>Citizen McCain with Meghan McCain/Instagram</p> Meghan McCain (left); Melissa Joan Hart

Citizen McCain with Meghan McCain/Instagram

Meghan McCain (left); Melissa Joan Hart

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She then went on to detail some of the good and bad things she faced while working on Clarissa Explains It All, which included memorizing “long monologues” and shooting the show “almost as if it was live.”

“[There were] long hours, lots of repeating the monologue over and over and over,” Hart recalled. “[And] long dialogue scenes and then school and then SAT’s and college applications and one day to be social, one day off, and so that was just the hard part for me, was just my schedule.”

However, she also shared that she felt “very protected and very safe” on the set, despite her mother having not been around for every shoot as she was “juggling” all of her siblings and their work across the U.S.

<p>Nickelodeon/ Courtesy Everett Collection</p> Melissa Joan Hart as seen on the Nickelodeon show 'Clarissa Explains It All'

Nickelodeon/ Courtesy Everett Collection

Melissa Joan Hart as seen on the Nickelodeon show 'Clarissa Explains It All'

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“I was surrounded by an amazing crew, an incredible cast that took such good care of me…,” Hart said. “And so I don’t know if it was the difference in Orlando or the time period, whoever these guys were, they weren’t around, but I have to say, not every egg in the Nickelodeon basket is rotten.”

“There were some people that really took care of me. To be honest, a few of them are still my very best friends. So from the producers down to, you know, the sound guys, all took care of me and… we were a wonderful family.”

In a statement to PEOPLE regarding alleged behaviors on past production sets, Nickelodeon said, “Though we cannot corroborate or negate allegations of behaviors from productions decades ago, Nickelodeon as a matter of policy investigates all formal complaints as part of our commitment to fostering a safe and professional workplace environment free of harassment or other kinds of inappropriate conduct.”

The statement continued, “Our highest priorities are the well-being and best interests not just of our employees, casts and crew, but of all children, and we have adopted numerous safeguards over the years to help ensure we are living up to our own high standards and the expectations of our audience.”

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV is now streaming on Max.

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