REELZ TV Show Schedule

06:00 AM

Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage was an acting legend, hailed by his peers and the public. He seemed destined for greatness, growing up as part of a Hollywood dynasty. As the director of classics like Godfather and Apocalypse Now, his uncle Francis Ford Coppola was more than a film maker – he was a Hollywood legend, and Cage wanted in. As his career took off, Cage earned big for hits like Face Off and Leaving Las Vegas. And he spent even bigger, with some of the most extravagant purchases in movie star history. So when news broke that one of Hollywood’s biggest earners had run out of money, it was a complete shock. Why did one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars end up Broke and Famous?

07:00 AM

Randy Quaid

Randy Quaid was once a beloved actor riding high off the back of a string of hit movies. He had critical acclaim – and the paychecks to match. But after falling madly in love, his life took a dark and destructive course. Randy’s career faded as he spun out of control and his life descended into eccentricity and financial ruin. So, who was really to blame for Randy Quaid ending up, Broke and Famous?

08:00 AM

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp is one of Hollywood’s biggest talents, equally at home playing quirky character roles or swashbuckling his way through movie blockbusters. So when news broke in 2017 that he was in deep financial trouble the world was stunned. Court documents blew the lid on his out-of-control spending, but there was more behind Johnny Depp’s troubles than a reckless spending habit. His tortured artistic soul and desire for privacy were in constant and damaging conflict with his worldwide fame and sex-symbol status. So who – or what – was really to blame for Johnny Depp becoming Broke and Famous?

09:00 AM

The Grindr Killer

Serial killer Stephen Port murdered four young gay men he drugged and raped them before dumping their bodies near his east London flat between 2014/ 2015. The 41-year-old chef was convicted for the murders of Anthony Walgate, a 23-year-old fashion student from Hull, Gabriel Kovari, 22, originally from Slovakia, Daniel Whitworth, 21, a
chef from Kent, and Jack Taylor, 25, a forklift driver from Dagenham.

10:00 AM

The Deadly Spouse

Koenig murdered his wife of ten years with a 5lbs hammer in her sleep. He then chopped up her body and disposed of the body by renting a locker in a warehouse. He cleared her bank accounts and booked a flight to Thailand for a sex holiday. Five weeks later, when his money was spent on Thai prostitutes and his visa had expired, Horst Koenig returned to Germany where he was arrested. Found guilty in Bavaria, Germany. At Augsburg State Court he confessed to plotting the murder and described in detail how he planned it and carried it out.

11:00 AM

The Killer Boyfriend

37-year Moat shot three people in two days in 2010. His victims were his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown, and police officer David Rathband. Stobbart was hospitalised and Brown was killed, while Rathband remained in hospital for nearly three weeks and was permanently blinded. Moat went on the run and after a long stand off with the police he shot himself.

12:00 PM

The Grindr Killer

Serial killer Stephen Port murdered four young gay men he drugged and raped them before dumping their bodies near his east London flat between 2014/ 2015. The 41-year-old chef was convicted for the murders of Anthony Walgate, a 23-year-old fashion student from Hull, Gabriel Kovari, 22, originally from Slovakia, Daniel Whitworth, 21, a
chef from Kent, and Jack Taylor, 25, a forklift driver from Dagenham.

01:00 PM

The Deadly Spouse

Koenig murdered his wife of ten years with a 5lbs hammer in her sleep. He then chopped up her body and disposed of the body by renting a locker in a warehouse. He cleared her bank accounts and booked a flight to Thailand for a sex holiday. Five weeks later, when his money was spent on Thai prostitutes and his visa had expired, Horst Koenig returned to Germany where he was arrested. Found guilty in Bavaria, Germany. At Augsburg State Court he confessed to plotting the murder and described in detail how he planned it and carried it out.

02:00 PM

The Killer Boyfriend

37-year Moat shot three people in two days in 2010. His victims were his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown, and police officer David Rathband. Stobbart was hospitalised and Brown was killed, while Rathband remained in hospital for nearly three weeks and was permanently blinded. Moat went on the run and after a long stand off with the police he shot himself.

03:00 PM

The Grindr Killer

Serial killer Stephen Port murdered four young gay men he drugged and raped them before dumping their bodies near his east London flat between 2014/ 2015. The 41-year-old chef was convicted for the murders of Anthony Walgate, a 23-year-old fashion student from Hull, Gabriel Kovari, 22, originally from Slovakia, Daniel Whitworth, 21, a
chef from Kent, and Jack Taylor, 25, a forklift driver from Dagenham.

04:00 PM

The Deadly Spouse

Koenig murdered his wife of ten years with a 5lbs hammer in her sleep. He then chopped up her body and disposed of the body by renting a locker in a warehouse. He cleared her bank accounts and booked a flight to Thailand for a sex holiday. Five weeks later, when his money was spent on Thai prostitutes and his visa had expired, Horst Koenig returned to Germany where he was arrested. Found guilty in Bavaria, Germany. At Augsburg State Court he confessed to plotting the murder and described in detail how he planned it and carried it out.

05:00 PM

The Killer Boyfriend

37-year Moat shot three people in two days in 2010. His victims were his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown, and police officer David Rathband. Stobbart was hospitalised and Brown was killed, while Rathband remained in hospital for nearly three weeks and was permanently blinded. Moat went on the run and after a long stand off with the police he shot himself.

06:00 PM

John Gotti

John Gotti was the last of the classic gangsters, the “Boss of Bosses” of New York City’s five Mafia families. Unlike other Mafia chiefs, Gotti broke all the rules by reveling in the spotlight and capturing the public’s admiration. But behind the scenes, he ran a multi-million dollar illegal operation that thrived on prostitution, extortion, gambling, theft and drugs. He also left a trail of dead bodies of those that had dared cross him. Seemingly untouchable, the so-called “Teflon Don” would eventually be crossed by one of his own, an unprecedented betrayal that would lead to the demise of the Mafia Boss and the collapse of the Mafia itself.

07:00 PM

Sammy the Bull

Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano is the most notorious turncoat in Mafia history. Once a loyal Underboss for John Gotti in the Gambino Crime Family, Gravano would do anything for his boss. But it would be John Gotti himself that would get the Bull to change his mind.

08:00 PM

OG Mack (Omar Portee)

Omar Portee, aka OG Mack, reportedly formed the East Coast faction of the Bloods. Portee got his education in gang life by watching the notorious street gang operate on the West Coast, and then brought the knowledge back home to the Bronx, and specifically, Rikers Island. The infamous prison is where Portee would create the United Blood Nation, and soon watch it spread throughout the East Coast.

09:00 PM

Juan Garcia Abrego

Juan Garcia Abrego was the leader of the Gulf Cartel, one of the most violent and lucrative drug cartels in Mexican history. After aligning with the Cali Cartel of Colombia, Garcia Abrego’s cocaine smuggling empire grew to an estimated $10 billion. Despite his nickname, “The Doll,” Garcia Abrego was brutal in his violence. He was suspected of ordering dozens of killings; victims reportedly included rival drug traffickers and journalists. He spent years on the run from law enforcement, much of it, hiding in plain sight. But his days on the run would be numbered…

10:00 PM

John Gotti

John Gotti was the last of the classic gangsters, the “Boss of Bosses” of New York City’s five Mafia families. Unlike other Mafia chiefs, Gotti broke all the rules by reveling in the spotlight and capturing the public’s admiration. But behind the scenes, he ran a multi-million dollar illegal operation that thrived on prostitution, extortion, gambling, theft and drugs. He also left a trail of dead bodies of those that had dared cross him. Seemingly untouchable, the so-called “Teflon Don” would eventually be crossed by one of his own, an unprecedented betrayal that would lead to the demise of the Mafia Boss and the collapse of the Mafia itself.

11:00 PM

Sammy the Bull

Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano is the most notorious turncoat in Mafia history. Once a loyal Underboss for John Gotti in the Gambino Crime Family, Gravano would do anything for his boss. But it would be John Gotti himself that would get the Bull to change his mind.

12:00 AM

OG Mack (Omar Portee)

Omar Portee, aka OG Mack, reportedly formed the East Coast faction of the Bloods. Portee got his education in gang life by watching the notorious street gang operate on the West Coast, and then brought the knowledge back home to the Bronx, and specifically, Rikers Island. The infamous prison is where Portee would create the United Blood Nation, and soon watch it spread throughout the East Coast.

01:00 AM

Juan Garcia Abrego

Juan Garcia Abrego was the leader of the Gulf Cartel, one of the most violent and lucrative drug cartels in Mexican history. After aligning with the Cali Cartel of Colombia, Garcia Abrego’s cocaine smuggling empire grew to an estimated $10 billion. Despite his nickname, “The Doll,” Garcia Abrego was brutal in his violence. He was suspected of ordering dozens of killings; victims reportedly included rival drug traffickers and journalists. He spent years on the run from law enforcement, much of it, hiding in plain sight. But his days on the run would be numbered…

02:00 AM

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp is one of Hollywood’s biggest talents, equally at home playing quirky character roles or swashbuckling his way through movie blockbusters. So when news broke in 2017 that he was in deep financial trouble the world was stunned. Court documents blew the lid on his out-of-control spending, but there was more behind Johnny Depp’s troubles than a reckless spending habit. His tortured artistic soul and desire for privacy were in constant and damaging conflict with his worldwide fame and sex-symbol status. So who – or what – was really to blame for Johnny Depp becoming Broke and Famous?