REELZ TV Show Schedule

06:00 AM

Marilyn Monroe

To some, Marilyn Monroe was a goddess. To others, she was little more than a bimbo. But deep down, Marilyn was a desperate woman trying to escape the tragedy of her childhood. She built a career like no actress before her, thriving on scandals… until they would eventually overwhelm and destroy her.

07:00 AM

Marilyn Monroe

Perhaps the greatest sexy symbol of the 20th century, Marilyn Monroe was more than a Hollywood star – she was an icon. Yet the story of Norma Jeane Mortenson is a tragedy about a young woman who dreamed of being loved by the world, achieved stardom, and yet died alone, the victim of her addictions and loneliness. But in death, the legend of Marilyn Monroe only grew and with it, the demand for her image – and the willingness of strangers to exploit it.

08:00 AM

Celebrity Page

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

08:30 AM

Celebrity Page

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

09:00 AM

Behind Closed Doors

World famous entertainer Elvis Presley experienced a life of public triumphs and personal heartaches. His amazing life is chronicled in Elvis Presley: Behind Closed Doors, with intimate stories told by some of the friends and family who knew him best. Viewers are taken along on Presley’s journey from his dirt poor childhood, where the church was his sanctuary, to his first steps as a rock and roller breaking all the rules and earning both the media label “Elvis The Pelvis,” and legions of fans worldwide. His image as a bad boy will change as he enters the Army, returning a hero who goes on to become one of Hollywood’s most bankable movie stars—all orchestrated by the man who directed his career, Colonel Tom Parker. Yet Elvis can’t forsake his live concerts forever, and starts a new chapter in his life with some of the most groundbreaking performances of the 1970s. But his battle with personal demons will create a backlash from a media who ridicules him as “fat and forty,” to those in his inner circle who divulge secrets that wound the star to the core. It all signals deadly consequences for the mega-star, and his untimely death at age 42 sends millions of fans into mourning.

11:00 AM

Mangia Italiano

Robert Earl takes us to Las Vegas, New York and Orlando to some of his favorite Italian restaurants. In New York, three of the NYPD’s finest join Robert at Trattoria il Mulino for ricotta meatballs, beef short ribs ravioli, chicken in crosta, and Mediterranean sea bass. In Las Vegas, Robert gets in the kitchen at the legendary Rao’s to learn the secret behind their signature dish the veal chop with hot and sweet cherry peppers. Finally, we visit Enzo’s on the Lake in Orlando in which Robert shows off his classic outrageous personality in funny candid tussles with their chef while in the kitchen. In the dining room, the waiter is put on the spot as to what kind of customer Robert really is. Exquisite tableside service includes antipasto della casa, pappardelle alla farnese, ending with bucatini all enzo.

11:30 AM

The Lap of Luxury

Robert Earl takes luxury to a new level. In South Beach, Norman Van Aken known as the founding father of new world cuisine gives his thoughts on The Restaurant at The Setai which is known for intimacy, serenity, and of course, luxury. The menu features flavors from the Mediterranean regions of Spain, Italy and the south of France. Here Chef Veena serves Colorado lamb chops with truffle mash, fresh Maine lobster salad, crispy poached egg polenta, and cantaloupe gazpacho. Then, Miss USA and Miss Universe join Robert in the vibrant SoHo district of Manhattan at Costata-one of New York’s finest Italian steak houses-where Chef PJ creates his signature dishes including, amberjack crudo, bone marrow panzanella, and the incredible 40oz bone-in ribeye with gnocchetti and lump crab. In Las Vegas, Robert then ditches his trademark shirt and gets all dressed up for the ultimate French fine dining experience as he hosts the cast of Million Dollar Quartet from the chef’s table at Guy Savoy. In the kitchen, Robert and Chef Mathieu prepare tonight’s meal which includes colors of caviar, artichoke and black truffle soup, and beef tenderloin topped with bone marrow in a bordelaise sauce.

12:00 PM

Driver Gets Ditched

A suspected drunk driver crashes his car into a ditch; officers investigate a hit-and-run accident; police respond to a domestic call that involves an elderly woman and her son; a suspicious object is thrown from a car being pursued by police.

12:30 PM

Bourbon Street Buffoonery

Officers attempt to remove an intoxicated man from a bar; a suspect riding a motorcycle is pursued; a woman claims that new owners have her missing dog; a parolee is suspected of drug possession.

01:00 PM

Mouth Full of Rocks

Las Vegas police respond to a domestic disturbance at a house; a man is suspected of hiding crack rocks in his mouth; a man who allegedly threatened a security guard with a knife is questioned; passengers in a car are suspected of smoking pot.

01:30 PM

Brothers Butt Heads

Officers break up a fight outside of a nightclub; a domestic disturbance between two brothers is investigated; a car accident is investigated that may be the result of drunk driving; police find marijuana in a car.

02:00 PM

Cast the First Stone

Officers chase occupants of a stolen vehicle; a woman in an abandoned parking lot is arrested when it’s learned there is a warrant out for her; police talk to juveniles suspected of throwing rocks from an overpass; cops respond to a domestic disturbance.

02:30 PM

The Pellet Gunsman

Deputies confront a man suspected of shooting a gun in his front yard; an officer follows a stolen vehicle to capture a suspect; police handle a domestic disturbance at a restaurant.

03:00 PM

Marilyn Monroe

Sex symbol Marilyn Monroe’s suspicious death from a drug overdose at the height of her career remains one of Hollywood’s most fascinating and puzzling mysteries. From presidential plots to tragic suicide, speculation has raged around the death of Marilyn Monroe. What exactly happened during those final hours leading up to her death? Even to this day, conflicting accounts have only given fuel to the mystery’s fire. The world wants to know: Was it really a suicide? Or could it have been murder?

04:00 PM

Marilyn, Misunderstood

The story of Marilyn, the tragic starlet who struggled to overcome a difficult childhood, who had a string of failed marriages and battled addiction, is well known. Marilyn, Misunderstood tells the story of the other Marilyn. A woman who didn’t just suddenly wake up and become the biggest star in the world. The other Marilyn was a bold and ambitious trailblazer, a striver who refused to toe the line, and who never stopped fighting to be taken seriously as an actress. The documentary pieces together this version of Marilyn’s life story through interviews with some of her friends and colleagues. They reveal that she may have been blonde, but she was not dumb. In their words, though she may have been victimised at times, she was not the tragic victim history has made her out to be. The Marilyn Monroe who emerges from their stories is more rounded – a brave, complex, brilliant, funny, outspoken and ambitious woman, who blazed a trail for the generations of women who followed her.

06:00 PM

Audrey Hepburn

On the evening of January 20, 1993, actress and style icon Audrey Hepburn died of a very rare form of abdominal cancer, at the age of 63. With an Academy Award and ten Golden Globe nominations, Audrey was admired not only for her starring roles in My Fair Lady, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and War and Peace but also for her style, grace and elegance. Following the birth of her two sons she retired from acting and became a humanitarian ambassador travelling the world with UNICEF, bringing attention to the plight of children in war torn countries. It was during her last trip to Somalia with UNICEF in 1992 that she started to feel unwell with severe abdominal pains and only 3 and a half months later she was dead. World renowned forensic pathologist, Dr Michael Hunter needs to analyse key moments from Audrey’s life and her medical history, in order investigate and find the answers as to what caused Audrey’s rare cancer and why she couldn’t be saved.

07:00 PM

Elizabeth Taylor

On March 23, 2011, actress and Hollywood legend, Elizabeth Taylor, died of a cardiac arrest in Los Angeles. Her death at 79 caused shock waves around the world at the loss of one of the world’s last great movie stars. Despite her glittering career, Elizabeth Taylor’s life had been blighted by ill health, tragedy and failed marriages leading to addictions to alcohol and prescription drugs. In this episode, expert Coroner and Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter examines Elizabeth Taylor’s extensive medical history to try and discover what caused the death of this Hollywood icon.

08:00 PM

Frank Sinatra

On May 14th 1998 the world was saddened by news that the singer and actor Frank Sinatra had died. Arguably the most popular entertainer of the 20th century, he had been at the forefront of the american consciousness for 60 years by the time of his death from heart attack. He overcame birth trauma and a chaotic and lonely childhood to win the hearts of people around the world with his emotional delivery of songs, and his charismatic performances on screen. A heart-throb, Frank was the embodiment of sex appeal, but that didn’t mean he escaped the traumas of love. His second marriage to Ava Gardner ended following infidelity, and several suicide attempts by Frank. At around this time in his life he started drinking Jack Daniels, a habit which would result in a decades long alcohol dependency. He also smoked and had a famously short temper. When he died at age 82 of a heart attack, the causes of his heart failure appeared transparent. But Dr Michael Hunter believes that Frank’s fate was far from inevitable, and that there was an event in Frank’s life which could have caused him to turn his life around.

09:00 PM

Dean Martin

On Christmas Day 1995, Dean Martin, nicknamed the “King of Cool”, died at the age of 78, leaving behind a five decade legacy in music, movies, and television. Dean Martin started life in the limelight as a crooner in local bars and clubs, but quickly shot to international stardom as a singer, releasing over 30 albums, and even knocking The Beatles off the top spot in the charts with his hit rendition of “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes.” He started his acting character as one half of the comedy duo, “Martin and Lewis” with Jerry Lewis, but after 10 years he cut ties and decided to go it alone. He subsequently starred in more than 40 movies, from Westerns with John Wayne to Oceans 11 with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Junior, with whom he would join forces in movies, on stage and television. The press dubbed them “The Rat Pack”. Dean went on to host his very own TV show, “The Dean Martin Show”, which earned him a Golden Globe award for Best Male Television Star. But 50 years in the limelight took its toll on this popular entertainer. He chain smoked his whole life and was a drinking man, even using alcohol as a prop for a convincing “drunky” stage persona. However, one tragic moment in 1987 would see Dean Martin’s life unravel. During the last 8 years of his life his alcohol intake spiralled out of control and he became dependent on opioid painkillers. He died at the age 78 of respiratory arrest. As a lifelong smoker he developed Emphysema and later, lung cancer. However, world renowned forensic pathologist, Dr Michael Hunter doesn’t think this is the whole story. He needs to delve deep into Dean Martin’s records to discover whether there was, in fact, something else going on in Dean’s body that contributed to his eventual demise.

10:00 PM

Marilyn Monroe Re-Examined

In the golden age of Hollywood Marilyn Monroe eclipsed all others. Through a series of hit films in the 1950s she became the ultimate sex symbol. Her iconic look made her one of the most photographed, most famous women on the planet. But on 3.50 am on August 5th 1962 Marilyn was pronounced dead in the bedroom of her Los Angeles home. In spite of her success, Marilyn suffered chronic insomnia, severe anxiety and depression and died with bottles of prescription pills at her bedside. Her death was declared a ‘probable suicide. ’ But this official uncertainty and rumors of affairs with both John F and Robert Kennedy opened the floodgates to fifty years of conspiracy theories and allegations that Marilyn was murdered. Now world-renowned forensic pathologist Dr Michael Hunter is piecing together the events of Marilyn’s last hours, using the autopsy report and her recently revealed private medical records. Here, buried deep in the archives, he discovers a damning piece of fresh evidence, allowing him to offer a startling new conclusion and finally reveal who was responsible for the death of Marilyn Monroe.

11:00 PM

Frank Sinatra

On May 14th 1998 the world was saddened by news that the singer and actor Frank Sinatra had died. Arguably the most popular entertainer of the 20th century, he had been at the forefront of the american consciousness for 60 years by the time of his death from heart attack. He overcame birth trauma and a chaotic and lonely childhood to win the hearts of people around the world with his emotional delivery of songs, and his charismatic performances on screen. A heart-throb, Frank was the embodiment of sex appeal, but that didn’t mean he escaped the traumas of love. His second marriage to Ava Gardner ended following infidelity, and several suicide attempts by Frank. At around this time in his life he started drinking Jack Daniels, a habit which would result in a decades long alcohol dependency. He also smoked and had a famously short temper. When he died at age 82 of a heart attack, the causes of his heart failure appeared transparent. But Dr Michael Hunter believes that Frank’s fate was far from inevitable, and that there was an event in Frank’s life which could have caused him to turn his life around.

12:00 AM

Dean Martin

On Christmas Day 1995, Dean Martin, nicknamed the “King of Cool”, died at the age of 78, leaving behind a five decade legacy in music, movies, and television. Dean Martin started life in the limelight as a crooner in local bars and clubs, but quickly shot to international stardom as a singer, releasing over 30 albums, and even knocking The Beatles off the top spot in the charts with his hit rendition of “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes.” He started his acting character as one half of the comedy duo, “Martin and Lewis” with Jerry Lewis, but after 10 years he cut ties and decided to go it alone. He subsequently starred in more than 40 movies, from Westerns with John Wayne to Oceans 11 with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Junior, with whom he would join forces in movies, on stage and television. The press dubbed them “The Rat Pack”. Dean went on to host his very own TV show, “The Dean Martin Show”, which earned him a Golden Globe award for Best Male Television Star. But 50 years in the limelight took its toll on this popular entertainer. He chain smoked his whole life and was a drinking man, even using alcohol as a prop for a convincing “drunky” stage persona. However, one tragic moment in 1987 would see Dean Martin’s life unravel. During the last 8 years of his life his alcohol intake spiralled out of control and he became dependent on opioid painkillers. He died at the age 78 of respiratory arrest. As a lifelong smoker he developed Emphysema and later, lung cancer. However, world renowned forensic pathologist, Dr Michael Hunter doesn’t think this is the whole story. He needs to delve deep into Dean Martin’s records to discover whether there was, in fact, something else going on in Dean’s body that contributed to his eventual demise.

01:00 AM

Elizabeth Taylor

On March 23, 2011, actress and Hollywood legend, Elizabeth Taylor, died of a cardiac arrest in Los Angeles. Her death at 79 caused shock waves around the world at the loss of one of the world’s last great movie stars. Despite her glittering career, Elizabeth Taylor’s life had been blighted by ill health, tragedy and failed marriages leading to addictions to alcohol and prescription drugs. In this episode, expert Coroner and Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter examines Elizabeth Taylor’s extensive medical history to try and discover what caused the death of this Hollywood icon.

02:00 AM

Celebrity Page

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

02:30 AM

Celebrity Page

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.