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Thursday, May 23

Debbie Reynolds was one of the biggest stars of the final years of Hollywood’s golden age, entering into the old-school studio system at the age of 16. Yet after five decades gracing movie screens across the world, she passes away at 84, seemingly from heartbreak. News outlets reported that the famed actress couldn’t handle the sudden loss of her daughter, Carrie Fisher, whose death occurred just a day before. Amid all the success, both mother and daughter were intertwined in a world that Carrie once referred to as “Hollywood inbreeding”. Filled with some of early Hollywood’s biggest celebrity scandals and financial disasters, Debbie and Carrie would enter separate roller-coaster rides of tragedy and triumph. By the end of their lives, the motherdaughter duo would jointly be worth over $100 million. Yet while their family quietly mourned the loss of two generations, Disney would be searching for a way to bring the Star Wars princess back from the dead. Show Less
Debbie Reynolds was one of the biggest stars of the final years of Hollywood’s golden age, entering into the old-school studio syste...Show More

Paul Newman is one of the most recognizable faces in the world – from his classic Hollywood films to the salad dressing aisle of the grocery store, his name famous blue eyes are inescapable. While most celebrities would be content with merely fame and fortune, Paul saw the lifestyle as a trap and dedicated his time to changing the world. But on the star’s quest to help those in need, he made a huge mistake when he let an outsider determine the fate of his family’s legacy. After Newman’s death, the man who he trusted to run his companies and take care of his daughters began to cut them out one by one, leaving a $600 million-dollar empire on the brink of collapse. Show Less
Paul Newman is one of the most recognizable faces in the world – from his classic Hollywood films to the salad dressing aisle of the...Show More

Before Fallon, Kimmel, or Letterman, there was Carson, Johnny Carson, host of NBC’s Tonight Show for 30 years. The original king of late night television, Johnny went from earning less than his guests to more than any television performer in history. Yet underneath his good guy persona, Johnny Carson had a reputation as a devious philanderer who was said to be good at just three things – drinking, dames and being a dick. By the time of his death, Carson’s estate amounted to $450 million - yet even Carnac the Magnificent couldn’t have predicted what he would be done with it. Just like Johnny Carson himself, his financial estate would prove to have two very different sides. Show Less
Before Fallon, Kimmel, or Letterman, there was Carson, Johnny Carson, host of NBC’s Tonight Show for 30 years. The original king of ...Show More

Robin Williams was a legendary comedian, actor and entertainer who won over legions of fans by bringing some of Hollywood’s most beloved movie characters to life. However, the one person who he failed to make happy was himself. After years quietly suffering through severe depression and a deep-rooted drug and alcohol addiction, Williams’s life took on another downward spiral after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. In the final months before his death, the star would become besieged by paranoia and began outlining a meticulous will and trust to leave behind for his family. Yet his death would be followed by a bitter eight-month feud between his true heirs and his third wife, who looked for a loophole to steal a piece his children’s rightful inheritance. Show Less
Robin Williams was a legendary comedian, actor and entertainer who won over legions of fans by bringing some of Hollywood’s most bel...Show More

Sunday, June 02

Before Fallon, Kimmel, or Letterman, there was Carson, Johnny Carson, host of NBC’s Tonight Show for 30 years. The original king of late night television, Johnny went from earning less than his guests to more than any television performer in history. Yet underneath his good guy persona, Johnny Carson had a reputation as a devious philanderer who was said to be good at just three things – drinking, dames and being a dick. By the time of his death, Carson’s estate amounted to $450 million - yet even Carnac the Magnificent couldn’t have predicted what he would be done with it. Just like Johnny Carson himself, his financial estate would prove to have two very different sides. Show Less
Before Fallon, Kimmel, or Letterman, there was Carson, Johnny Carson, host of NBC’s Tonight Show for 30 years. The original king of ...Show More

Robin Williams was a legendary comedian, actor and entertainer who won over legions of fans by bringing some of Hollywood’s most beloved movie characters to life. However, the one person who he failed to make happy was himself. After years quietly suffering through severe depression and a deep-rooted drug and alcohol addiction, Williams’s life took on another downward spiral after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. In the final months before his death, the star would become besieged by paranoia and began outlining a meticulous will and trust to leave behind for his family. Yet his death would be followed by a bitter eight-month feud between his true heirs and his third wife, who looked for a loophole to steal a piece his children’s rightful inheritance. Show Less
Robin Williams was a legendary comedian, actor and entertainer who won over legions of fans by bringing some of Hollywood’s most bel...Show More