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In 1938, future legendary blues artist Robert Johnson dies penniless. A re-release of his recordings make him one of the top-selling blues artists of all-time. With no will or known descendants, the search for the heir to Robert Johnson’s millions begins.

Johnnie Taylor, R&B musician, dies at 66 leaving behind a million-dollar estate. His six children expect to split his estate, until three strangers claim they're Taylor's children as well. Challenging the news, a 2-year legal battle ensues.

Frankie Lymon, singer of "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" dies from a drug overdoes at 25. Who will inherit the royalties from this hit song? His bandmates Herman Santiago and Jimmy Merchant? Or, Morris Levy, allegedly credited with co-writing the song?

January 2012. Singer Etta James is on her deathbed. Her family battles over control of her end-of-life decisions-and her fortune. Her husband fights to keep her at home. Her sons fear their stepfather is playing fast and loose with their mother’s money.

They are the ultimate Alpha Males, the very symbols of confidence and charm. But behind the clean cut images reside complex psychological dimensions fueled by war and personal rivalries and the quest for power. Who are the men behind the tans and smiles? Who are the real Kennedy Brothers?

"Part 1". Drama. Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Katie Holmes, and Tom Wilkinson. Emmy Award winner. The Kennedys rally to put Jack in the White House, but their difficult past illuminates a deeper struggle. CC, Miniseries.

"Part 2". Drama. Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Katie Holmes, and Tom Wilkinson. Emmy Award winner. The Presidential election comes down to the wire; Bobby tells Joe Sr. he’s leaving politics. CC, Miniseries.

"Part 3". Drama. Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Katie Holmes, and Tom Wilkinson. Emmy Award winner. When the Bay of Pigs invasion proves disastrous, JFK makes a difficult decision he must later atone for. CC, Miniseries.

"Part 4". Drama. Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Katie Holmes, and Tom Wilkinson. Emmy Award winner. The Russians build a wall separating East and West Berlin, while Bobby prepares to go after Sam Giancana. CC, Miniseries

They are the ultimate Alpha Males, the very symbols of confidence and charm. But behind the clean cut images reside complex psychological dimensions fueled by war and personal rivalries and the quest for power. Who are the men behind the tans and smiles? Who are the real Kennedy Brothers?

Like the fictional character Patrick Bateman in the film American Psycho, a real life egoistical murderer is hiding behind designer clothing and expensive sunglasses.

A Gulf War Veteran turns his Rambo-like fantasy into reality when he declares war on the entire Los Angeles Police Department.

Like the film Talented Mr. Ripley, a young working class man creates multiple identities in order to become part of the wealthy elite – and kills to keep his lies a secret.

As rap music exploded into the mainstream in the 1990s, few did more to help the cause than Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs. A promoter, dancer, rapper and producer, Combs reinvented hip-hop in his image and raked in millions for his efforts – establishing himself as a brilliant businessman. But following a nightclub shooting in which he’s implicated, that image comes under fire – and Combs faces a possible prison sentence. Was he in simply in the wrong place at the wrong time – or is he a gangster who faked his way to respectability?

When Snoop Dogg is accused of murder, he and his bodyguard claim self-defense. The prosecution claims cold blooded murder. It will take the best attorneys money can buy to help convince a jury that Snoop and his bodyguard are not guilty. For the first time, hear from Snoop’s co-defendant, the man who actually pulled the trigger.

In the mid 90’s the infamous East Coast – West Coast hip hop rivalry was in full swing, and two of raps biggest icons – former friends The Notorious B.I.G, and Tupac Shakur – were caught in the middle of it. It was a battle that tragically cost both starts their lives before the end of the decade, in a pair of murders that are unsolved to this day. We’ll trace the story of these two legendry rappers by visiting the locations that lead to their rise and fall – the gritty streets of Biggie’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn where he hustled, sold drugs, and became a freestyling legend; a hidden set of train tracks in Vernon, California; New York City’s Quad Recording Studios, where a 1994 assassination attempt on Tupac ignited the biggest feud in the history of rap, and the corner of Fairfax and Wilshire in Los Angeles, where Biggie was tragically gunned down in a hit and run.

As rap music exploded into the mainstream in the 1990s, few did more to help the cause than Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs. A promoter, dancer, rapper and producer, Combs reinvented hip-hop in his image and raked in millions for his efforts – establishing himself as a brilliant businessman. But following a nightclub shooting in which he’s implicated, that image comes under fire – and Combs faces a possible prison sentence. Was he in simply in the wrong place at the wrong time – or is he a gangster who faked his way to respectability?

When Snoop Dogg is accused of murder, he and his bodyguard claim self-defense. The prosecution claims cold blooded murder. It will take the best attorneys money can buy to help convince a jury that Snoop and his bodyguard are not guilty. For the first time, hear from Snoop’s co-defendant, the man who actually pulled the trigger.

In the mid 90’s the infamous East Coast – West Coast hip hop rivalry was in full swing, and two of raps biggest icons – former friends The Notorious B.I.G, and Tupac Shakur – were caught in the middle of it. It was a battle that tragically cost both starts their lives before the end of the decade, in a pair of murders that are unsolved to this day. We’ll trace the story of these two legendry rappers by visiting the locations that lead to their rise and fall – the gritty streets of Biggie’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn where he hustled, sold drugs, and became a freestyling legend; a hidden set of train tracks in Vernon, California; New York City’s Quad Recording Studios, where a 1994 assassination attempt on Tupac ignited the biggest feud in the history of rap, and the corner of Fairfax and Wilshire in Los Angeles, where Biggie was tragically gunned down in a hit and run.

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.

River Phoenix and Heath Ledger were popular and talented young actors who earned early acclaim. But off-screen and behind closed doors their lives were hidden in secret. River was a troubled kid trying to keep up with a wild Hollywood crowd. Heath was anxious and uncomfortable in the spotlight that made him famous. We will investigate the influences they were under in their lives that led to their untimely deaths.

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.