Exposed with Deborah Norville
Tuesday, Jan. 29

Upcoming Episodes

Tuesday, January 29

From Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, to Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton, celebrity sex tapes have caught the attention of millions. Exposed will reveal the sex tapes industry's darkest, most salacious secrets as we explore whether celebs' "private" tapes were stolen, or whether these savvy celebrities were merely exploiting consumers' curiosities on the way to fame and fortune. The debate of celebrity involvement continues as we take a look behind the curtains of the twisted intersection of the paparazzi and the famous people they photograph. Show Less
From Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, to Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton, celebrity sex tapes have caught the attention of millions. Exp...Show More

Wednesday, January 30

What happens when Hollywood and cannabis collide? Tommy Chong spends 9 months in federal prison for peddling paraphernalia online, while Whoopi Goldberg runs a medical cannabis business aimed at women. Show Less
What happens when Hollywood and cannabis collide? Tommy Chong spends 9 months in federal prison for peddling paraphernalia online, whi...Show More

Thursday, January 31

Wall Street giant, Bernie Madoff was a king of the financial world. He became the face of evil in 2008 when his house of cards came crashing down including 6,000 investors who lost an estimated $64 billion dollars. Deborah Norville interviews: Harry Markopolos (Financial Investigator, whistleblower), Former FBI agent Steven Garfinkel, Helen Chaitman ( Author of JPMadoff and Madoff victim), The Prosecution team of the Madoff 5. Show Less
Wall Street giant, Bernie Madoff was a king of the financial world. He became the face of evil in 2008 when his house of cards came cr...Show More

Friday, February 01

Boy band impresario Lou Pearlman launched the careers of the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, among many others, en route to robbing them of millions of dollars and masterminding one of the greatest financial frauds in the history of the United States. Deborah Norville interviews: Lance Bass (NSYNC), Tyler Gray (Pearlman biographer and author of The Hit Charade: Lou Pearlman, Boy Bands & The Biggest Ponzi Scheme in U.S. History), Jeanne Tanzy Williams (original Co-Manager of the Backstreet Boys) and others. Show Less
Boy band impresario Lou Pearlman launched the careers of the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, among many others, en route to robbing them of...Show More

Saturday, February 02

The world’s most iconic family man faces down shocking accusations that he’s been drugging and raping women for decades. If these stories are true, how did America’s Dad fool us all for so long? Deborah Norville interviews: Janice Dickinson, Lili Bernard, Victoria Valentino, and Carla Ferrigno. Show Less
The world’s most iconic family man faces down shocking accusations that he’s been drugging and raping women for decades. If these ...Show More

Anna Nicole Smith left behind more than a glamorous and controversial legacy. Deborah Norville examines the conspiracy trial, the paternity suit, and a woman the public never saw. Show Less
Anna Nicole Smith left behind more than a glamorous and controversial legacy. Deborah Norville examines the conspiracy trial, the pate...Show More

About Exposed with Deborah Norville

What happens when the spotlight shines too brightly? What’s the result when the glittery world of Hollywood collides with the dark world of crime?  Host Deborah Norville peels back the cover on some of entertainment’s headline-making stories. Whether it’s a star’s fall from grace, a celebrity victimized by misplaced trust, or a crime that launches a career, Exposed with Deborah Norville takes viewers deep into the twists and turns of the saga including who did it and how. In addition to fast-paced interviews with those intimately connected to the story viewers will also see recreations, surveillance footage and police interrogations to tell stunning stories from the world of entertainment. Exposed with Deborah Norville is produced by Scott Sternberg Productions.  Sternberg and Norville serve as Executive Producers.

Anna Nicole Smith left behind more than a glamorous and controversial legacy. Deborah Norville examines the conspiracy trial, the paternity suit, and a woman the public never saw.

What happens when Hollywood and cannabis collide? Tommy Chong spends 9 months in federal prison for peddling paraphernalia online, while Whoopi Goldberg runs a medical cannabis business aimed at women.

Deborah Norville got a chance to sit down with Lance Bass to talk about what it was like being part of *NSYNC, working with Lou Pearlman, and being a part of the cutthroat music business.