REELZ TV Show Schedule

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

After shooting to stardom in the late 1970s as a pin-up girl, Fawcett secured her status as one of Hollywood’s hottest heroines by starring on the classic TV series Charlie’s Angels. After leaving the series at the peak of it’s popularity, Fawcett reinvented herself as a serious actress, known for portraying tough women in terrible situations. Tragically, it was a persona that would mirror itself in real life after Fawcett was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Following her death, the men in her life continued to fight – not just over her possession, but over her legacy.

One of the greatest Hollywood stars of all time, Elizabeth Taylor wasn’t just a beauty – she was a talent. The winner of two Academy Awards, Taylor lit up the screen from the 1940s through to the ‘70s, when she began devoting less time to acting, and more to the philanthropic work that truly captured her heart. After her death in 2011, following years of illness, her legacy remains – as does a simmering controversy over the division of estate.

Perhaps the finest screen actor of the twentieth century, Marlon Brando changed the face of Hollywood and took a stand against racism. But when he died of respiratory failure he was a recluse who left behind a troubled legacy. He also left a multi-million dollar fortune, about a dozen children, 5 baby mommas and a handful of dubious advisors who made the battle for Brando's fortune more cutthroat than a mob deal.

Bowman, as international president of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, ordered kidnappings, firebombings, assaults and murders. He joined another exclusive club in 1997, the "FBI Ten Most Wanted" list. Bowman was brought to justice with the help of an informant on the inside of the Outlaw brotherhood.

This episode follows the case of Juan Raul Garza, the first drug kingpin. Garza and his gang made millions of dollars running drugs across "Marijuana Boulevard," the Gateway bridge linking Mexico and the U.S. in Brownsville, Texas. He became the first felon targeted for death by the federal government in more than 30 years.

Griselda Blanco, "The Godmother," is suspected of scores of murders while transporting cocaine from Colombia to New York, Miami, and Southern California. On the run from the law for over ten years, Blanco was captured in 1985 in Irvine, California. Her trial ended in scandal and she was eventually deported back to Colombia.

This episode profiles the rise and fall of Albert "Alpo" Martinez, dubbed the Mayor of Harlem. Alpo and two childhood friends, Azie Faison and Rich Porter, would become kings of the inner city in the mid-1980 s. But like the high itself, the cocaine brotherhood did not last. Azie narrowly escaped with his life. Rich Porter would not be so lucky. Alpo would admit to killing his old friend and 13 other murders. He s now serving hard time for his crimes.

This episode features the rise and fall of Johnny Eng, one of the most notorious drug traffickers in the history of Manhattan's Chinatown. A one-time informant for the DEA, "Machine Gun Johnny" thought he could snitch on all his rivals to monopolize the heroin trade on the eastern seaboard. The special task force set up by the DEA would chase Eng all the way to Hong Kong. Eventually extradited to the U.S., Eng would hire John Gotti's lawyer to defend him against a prosecutor known as "The Dragon Lady."

This episode explores the case of Luis Felipe, also known as "King Blood." From a prison cell, Felipe founded the New York chapter of the Latin Kings street gang. Felipe's own writings would incriminate him as the orchestrator of murders and crimes against his own members. He is now serving a life sentence in solitary confinement.

This episode explores the case of The Queenpin--Jemeker Thompson. Thompson rose to the top of the cocaine trade during the peak of the 1980's crack epidemic in Los Angeles. Thompson's former boyfriend would cooperate with authorities and snitch her out. On the run for two years, she was finally captured in 1993 at her son's 6th grade graduation. Thompson was released from prison in 2005 and is now an evangelical minister.

This episode follows Anthony Shea, one of the most prolific bank and armored truck robbers, and his "no name" gang out of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Responsible for killing two armored truck guards in Hudson, New Hampshire, Shea and his gang garnered the attention of the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force in 1995. Finally captured a year later, they refused to talk, adhering to Charlestown's long running "Code of Silence." Informants would break that code and testify in court to put Shea away for life.

Featuring the first ever in-depth interview with the ‘Family’s’ getaway driver Linda Kasabian, high end drama and rare archive, MANSON chronicles the final days in 1969 leading up to America’s notorious Tate/La Bianca murders.

Far way from the loud hustle and bustle of Los Angeles in the middle of the Beverly Hills Canyons, lies the estate of the actress Sharon Tate. She is eight months pregnant and misses Roman Polanski, her husband, who is still in Europe finishing up a film. She will never see him again. On 9 August 1969, 26-year-old Sharon and her unborn child are killed by 16 stab wounds. The murderers: Satanists led by the self-appointed guru Charles Manson.

Featuring the first ever in-depth interview with the ‘Family’s’ getaway driver Linda Kasabian, high end drama and rare archive, MANSON chronicles the final days in 1969 leading up to America’s notorious Tate/La Bianca murders.

Far way from the loud hustle and bustle of Los Angeles in the middle of the Beverly Hills Canyons, lies the estate of the actress Sharon Tate. She is eight months pregnant and misses Roman Polanski, her husband, who is still in Europe finishing up a film. She will never see him again. On 9 August 1969, 26-year-old Sharon and her unborn child are killed by 16 stab wounds. The murderers: Satanists led by the self-appointed guru Charles Manson.

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.

Movie critic Leonard Maltin teams up with Rotten Tomatoes’ Grae Drake for a look at films now available On Demand, including “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Baby Driver,” and “War for the Planet of the Apes.”

A fan of scary movies brings in the knife made famous in the movie Scream, and the cash is looking to get is a real horror story. But the customer cuts Yossi down to size with an arm wrestling bout and, in the end, the boss pays the price. Later, Yossi turns on the charm when Ed Begley's Jnr's wife turns up at the store with an exquisite piece of jewelry to sell, and Aria and Cory handle a pawn store first timer with a one of a kind item from the original Batman series. a super-rare, superhero's utility belt. Meanwhile, at a sleek hillside home high above Hollywood, Yossi and Dom try to repair a delicate relationship with a 'broker to the stars'. She's selling a Graaf bracelet packed with perfect diamonds which belongs to one of her anonymous A List clients. Yossi is shocked by the six figure price tag and he almost loses the deal when Dom's curiosity gets the better of her and she tries to find out the secret seller's identity.

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.