When Mary Kay Letourneau was accused of having an illicit relationship with student Vili Fualaau, the story became an international scandal. Letourneau was sentenced to more than seven years in prison on charges of child rape in connection with their affair, which began when Fualaau was just 12 years old.
When Fualaau filed for separation from the 55-year-old Letourneau, the development didn’t shock Gehrke. “I’m not surprised that they got married,” Gehrke tells PEOPLE, “and I’m not surprised, in this day and age, that they got divorced.”
He’s taken inspiration from one of Batman’s most recognizable super villains, The Joker.
Intent on causing chaos and destruction, this Joker-like villain is using the latest Batman release as his location for murder, and his deadly rampage won’t stop at the theater because at his apartment, the clock is ticking on a time bomb.
*Natalie Cole was a music legend. The daughter of crooner Nat ‘King’ Cole became a huge success, winning nine Grammys on her rise to the top, but she had a serious drug problem.
Natalie’s struggle with drug addiction threatened her career and life at every turn and while she appeared to have turned her life around, Dr. Michael Hunter discovers that her dark past caught up with her and set off an extraordinary chain reaction of medical conditions.
Through all her health battles, Natalie bravely continued to perform all over the world and had an extensive tour lined up just before she died in 2015. What did Natalie actually die from? Forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter has the answer.
“Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Natalie Cole” airs Saturday, May 27 at 8pm ET/PT, only on REELZ. But you don’t have to wait until then to
“Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…” is back tonight May 20 on REELZ with a story about music legend Prince. As is the case with the series, it brings clarity to both the life and the final days of the superstar’s life.
There are experts in the medical field to discuss the cause of death, as well as interviews with Prince’s biographer, Mick Wall, former girlfriend Anna Fantastic, fellow musician JD Steele and the Paisley Park DJ, Michael Holtz.
Prince sold more than 100 million records over a 30 year career and lived a fit, health-conscious lifestyle, one in which he was vehemently anti-drugs. But on April 21st, 2016 Prince’s death from a drug overdose sent shockwaves around the world.
Series host and renowned forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter, will analyze Prince’s medical history and final days to uncover the possible reasons for his untimely death at only 57 years of age.
Pop superstar Prince ascended to (one presumes) purple heaven one year ago and is now the latest subject of Reelz’s series Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…, which will explore the possibilities of why the cryptic one’s life was cut short, resulting in his passing at age 57.
In this week’s installment, Prince’s appearance as a “fit and health-conscious person” will begin as the main focus, says series consultant and medical examiner Dr. Michael Hunter, “but we’ll also analyze his medical history to uncover possible contributing factors in his untimely death.”
REELZ today announced a fall programming slate packed with new original series and specials in addition to the return of viewer favorite original series. New series include Rich and Acquitted, Hollywood Homicide Uncovered and Scandal Made Me Famous. New documentary specials include Titanic: Sinking the Myths, Karen Carpenter: Goodbye to
This movie is based on the true story of Colleen Stan, who was abducted at 22 by a young couple and held captive for seven years. During that period, she was tortured, forced to live as a slave, and kept in a box for 23 hours a day. Zane Holtz, Addison Timlin, and Zelda Williams star.
“While hanging around the Playboy mansion, Dorothy runs into this Hollywood director Peter Bogdanovich, who she previously met at a party,” said Steve Helling, senior crime reporter for People magazine.
She maintained warm relationships with several Hollywood heavy hitters, including Playboy founderHugh Hefner.
But Stratton’s personal life was messy. Her marriage to her controlling small-time manager, Paul Snider, was on the rocks. Estranged from her husband, she started seeing director Peter Bogdanovich, who had recently split from Cybill Shepherd.