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WATCH: New Documentary Reenacts Selena Quintanilla’s Final Moments

Selena Quintanilla’s legacy is alive and well in 2017. The late singer was honored with with Madame Tussaud wax figures in Hollywood and New York, as well as a Google Doodle in commemoration of the anniversary of her first studio album, Selena. On Nov. 3, she posthumously received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which the mayor of Los Angeles proclaimed “Selena Day” going forward. Now, the Reelz Channel will end the year with a look at the darker side of the beloved Tejano singer’s life story by focusing on her murderer, Yolanda Saldívar.

Murder Made Me Famous: Yolanda Saldívar — set to air on Dec. 9 — chronicles what motivated Saldívar, Quintanilla’s fan club’s president, to fatally shoot the Tex-Mex queen in 1995. Ahead of the documentary’s release, the network gave an exclusive sneak peek to Latina.com of two reenactments that appear on the film. The first

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EXCLUSIVE: Watch This Reenactment of Selena Quintanilla’s Last Moment With Yolanda Saldivar

The murder of superstar Selena Quintanilla at the hands of her friend and trusted employee Yolanda Saldivar is not something her loved ones and her loyal fans will ever forgive or forget. But are there some facts from that dark day in Corpus Christi, Texas that you may not know about? 

MORE: Selena Had the Biggest Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony Since 1998

As part of their popular series “Murder Made Me Famous,” the Reelz Channel is reopening the case and profiling the murderous Saldivar and the motives behind her killing the rising Tejano singer. What exactly happened at the Days Inn Motel on March 31, 1995? 

“Yolanda was firing boutique employees left and right because of cash flow problems,” Helling says in the preview. “But those problems were because of Yolanda. She was stealing money from the company bank account.” 

As part of the episode, audiences will see reenactments of the case including the moment when Selena’s dad Abraham

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‘Murder Made Me Famous: John Gotti’ Airs This Weekend — Watch the Exclusive Clip!

Get your DVRs ready! Murder Made Me Famous: John Gotti is a documentary series that examines killers who became household names when their crimes generated intense media coverage. John Gotti — the invincible crime boss who ruled the streets of New York as head of the notorious Gambino family — served a four-year prison sentence for murdering a rival gang member.

In an exclusive clip obtained by In Touch, John plans to kill Paul Castellano, an “old school” mob boss who didn’t like the fact that John was selling drugs on the street. Watch the video below for more!

John rose to prominence in the Gambino family by leading his crew of mobsters to conduct violent hijackings, illegal gambling, and sell drugs. He was eventually hunted down by the FBI and sentenced to life in prison.

In September, Sammy (The Bull) Gravano — aka John’s loyal underboss

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Murder Made Me Famous: John Gotti Exclusive Clip — Watch it here …

Get your DVRs ready! Murder Made Me Famous: John Gotti is a documentary series that examines killers who became household names when their crimes generated intense media coverage. John Gotti — the invincible crime boss who ruled the streets of New York as head of the notorious Gambino family — served a four-year prison sentence for murdering a rival gang member.

In an exclusive clip obtained by In Touch, John plans to kill Paul Castellano, an “old school” mob boss who didn’t like the fact that John was selling drugs on the street. Watch the video below for more!

John rose to prominence in the Gambino family by leading his crew of mobsters to conduct violent hijackings, illegal gambling, and sell drugs. He was eventually hunted down by the FBI and sentenced to life in prison.

In September, Sammy (The Bull) Gravano — aka John’s loyal underboss

Read more at: http://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/murder-made-me-famous-john-gotti-exclusive-clip-146470

Watch This: 14 Movies and TV Shows to Put on Your Radar This Week

Here’s a fun experiment: Turn on your television and try to count the amount of movies and TV shows playing right now. Now multiply that by seven. That’s how many things are available to watch during any given week—which makes actually choosing something overwhelming AF.

That’s where we come in. Welcome back to “Watch This,” Glamour.com’s new column that gives you the scoop on the best movies and TV shows to watch week to week. So much good stuff is airing over the next few days—from the premiere of American Horror Story: Cult to the return of Bravo’s addicting series

WATCH EUR’s Exclusive Clip of ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary …

*On May 28 in 2010, actor Gary Coleman died under mysterious circumstances after an incident at his home in Utah.

Now, this Saturday, June 24, Reelz’s “Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” takes a look at what happened and we’ve got a sneak preview clip of the show to share with you. Check it out above.

About Gary Coleman
Gary Coleman soared to success as the diminutive star of classic eighties sit-com “Different Strokes.”

His chubby cheeks, sharp wit and trademark catchphrase (“Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”) captured the hearts of millions, but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. He gained a reputation as a notorious hot head and a series of highly publicized arrests followed.

“Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” airs Saturday, June 24 at 9pm ET

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WATCH EUR’s Exclusive, Sneak Peek Clip of ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman’

*On May 28 in 2010, actor Gary Coleman died under mysterious circumstances after an incident at his home in Utah.

Now, this Saturday, June 24, Reelz’s “Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” takes a look at what happened and we’ve got a sneak preview clip of the show to share with you. Check it out above.

About Gary Coleman
Gary Coleman soared to success as the diminutive star of classic eighties sit-com “Different Strokes.”

His chubby cheeks, sharp wit and trademark catchphrase (“Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”) captured the hearts of millions, but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. He gained a reputation as a notorious hot head and a series of highly publicized arrests followed.

“Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” airs Saturday, June 24 at 9pm ET

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WATCH EUR’s Exclusive Clip from Reelz’s ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Natalie Cole’

*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

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