REELZ TV Show Schedule

06:00 AM

Britney Spears

More than 20 years into her career, Britney Spears remains one of the most popular female artists of all time. By the time she was 21-years-old, Britney evolved from a squeaky-clean Disney Mouseketeer to a slinky vixen, an image she parlayed into immense financial success. But with Britney’s superstar status came mega legal battles. A divorce, messy child custody dispute, and very public meltdown ended with a dramatic family intervention that saved her, and her empire, from herself.

07:00 AM

Madonna

Madonna’s career as a singer, songwriter and actress spans decades. Since she danced onto the scene in the 1980s, The Queen of Pop has earned hundreds of millions of dollars by reinventing herself time and time again. She pushed the boundaries in her career and her personal life, but neglected to protect her vast fortune and found herself in legal hell, losing millions when her marriage didn’t work out.

08:00 AM

Lisa Marie Presley

Lisa Marie Presley was born into rock and roll royalty, as the only daughter to hip shaking legend Elvis Presley. But when the king’s daughter inherited her father’s fortune at just 25-years-old, no one could have predicted the messy legal battles that would be fought over his financial legacy.

09:00 AM

Sonny Bono

Known as one half of the celebrated singing duo Sonny & Cher, Sonny Bono lead a rollercoaster of a life that included success in the music industry, the restaurant business and politics. But after his untimely death in 1998, the battle over his personal fortune took a very public and ugly turn.

10:00 AM

The Infiltrator

In the 2016 film the Infiltrator Bryan Cranston stars as US Customs agent Robert Mazur. Robert and his team of agents go deep undercover to infiltrate the dangerous world of Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel. Their work leads to the arrest of some of Escobar’s top importers and the collapse of a multinational bank that laundered their dirty money. But what the film doesn’t show is that the deeper Robert infiltrates the cartel the more they suspect he’s a federal agent. When he realises he’s in too deep he knows the only way of getting out alive is to put the Cartel behind bars before they discover his real identity.

11:00 AM

Argo

In the Oscar winning movie ARGO, Ben Affleck immortalizes CIA legend Tony Mendez, who masterminded the escape of six diplomats from revolutionary Iran during the 1979 hostage crisis by dressing them us a Canadian film crew. But by placing the CIA firmly as the heroes, Hollywood overlooks the vital role played by another group in helping coordinate the brilliant escape plan – the Canadians themselves. This is the REAL STORY OF… how a small group of diplomats from Canada risked their lives by housing the escapees in a dangerous city, breaking every rule of diplomacy to help sneak the disguised Americans out of Iran… in broad daylight.

12:00 PM

Serpico

In 1970 the New York City Police Department was rocked by the allegations of corruption made by one ordinary patrolman, Frank Serpico. The 1973 Hollywood movie Serpico starring Al Pacino immortalises Frank’s ten-year battle to hold the police force accountable. He was finally vindicated when a New York Times article exposed his story of widespread police corruption and initiated an independent investigation, the Knapp Commission. It is here that the movie ends, with Frank a mythical hero cop. But the fight against corruption came at a heavy price for Frank Serpico as he suffered intense mental trauma from a revenge attempt on his life. Forced to flee his country to live in exile in Europe for over twenty years , Frank lived as a recluse until new claims of NYPD corruption forced him out of the shadows in the late 1990s. This is the real story of the man behind the movie myth.

01:00 PM

American Made

In the Hollywood blockbuster ‘American Made’, Tom Cruise stars as legendary 80s drug smuggler Barry Seal. In the movie, the CIA recruit Seal to fly clandestine reconnaissance missions in Central America – but the truth is that Seal never worked for the CIA. In the Real Story, Seal, a prolific drug smuggler for the Medellín Cartel flips as a DEA agent after being caught in an elaborate sting. Seal leads the DEA directly to Pablo Escobar – but his mission is sunk when clandestine photos he takes of Escobar loading cocaine are leaked to the press. Seal’s identity was revealed to the world and he is abandoned by the system to the cartel’s wrath. Inevitably Barry Seal is killed in a hail of bullets.

02:00 PM

The Infiltrator

In the 2016 film the Infiltrator Bryan Cranston stars as US Customs agent Robert Mazur. Robert and his team of agents go deep undercover to infiltrate the dangerous world of Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel. Their work leads to the arrest of some of Escobar’s top importers and the collapse of a multinational bank that laundered their dirty money. But what the film doesn’t show is that the deeper Robert infiltrates the cartel the more they suspect he’s a federal agent. When he realises he’s in too deep he knows the only way of getting out alive is to put the Cartel behind bars before they discover his real identity.

03:00 PM

Argo

In the Oscar winning movie ARGO, Ben Affleck immortalizes CIA legend Tony Mendez, who masterminded the escape of six diplomats from revolutionary Iran during the 1979 hostage crisis by dressing them us a Canadian film crew. But by placing the CIA firmly as the heroes, Hollywood overlooks the vital role played by another group in helping coordinate the brilliant escape plan – the Canadians themselves. This is the REAL STORY OF… how a small group of diplomats from Canada risked their lives by housing the escapees in a dangerous city, breaking every rule of diplomacy to help sneak the disguised Americans out of Iran… in broad daylight.

04:00 PM

Serpico

In 1970 the New York City Police Department was rocked by the allegations of corruption made by one ordinary patrolman, Frank Serpico. The 1973 Hollywood movie Serpico starring Al Pacino immortalises Frank’s ten-year battle to hold the police force accountable. He was finally vindicated when a New York Times article exposed his story of widespread police corruption and initiated an independent investigation, the Knapp Commission. It is here that the movie ends, with Frank a mythical hero cop. But the fight against corruption came at a heavy price for Frank Serpico as he suffered intense mental trauma from a revenge attempt on his life. Forced to flee his country to live in exile in Europe for over twenty years , Frank lived as a recluse until new claims of NYPD corruption forced him out of the shadows in the late 1990s. This is the real story of the man behind the movie myth.

05:00 PM

Bruce Lee

Martial arts superstar, Bruce Lee died in Hong Kong in mysterious circumstances aged just 32. An inquest concluded that his death was caused by a hypersensitive reaction to a prescription painkiller given to him for a headache. For more than forty years controversy has surrounded this conclusion with numerous theories emerging as to what might have caused his death. Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter has gained access to Bruce Lee’s autopsy and inquest report to dispel the rumors and reveal the real cause of Bruce Lee’s death.

06:00 PM

Steve McQueen

Steve McQueen was a legendary actor probably best known for his roles in ‘The Great Escape’, ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and ‘Bullitt’. By the mid 1970s, ‘The King of Cool’ was the world’s highest paid movie star but on November 7 1980 he died almost unrecognizable in a hospital bed in Mexico at just 50 years old. His death fuelled wild rumors and allegations of conspiracy.

Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter examines Steve’s extensive medical records to unravel the truth surrounding his death and attempts to reveal what really happened to this iconic star.

07:00 PM

Lone Wolf McQuade

ick Texas Ranger throws down his guns to indulge his talents in the martial arts when he meets his match in the leader of a gun-smuggling ring.

09:30 PM

Jeremiah Johnson

A mountain man who wishes to live the life of a hermit becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta by Indians when he proves to be the match of their warriors in one-to-one combat on the early frontier.

12:00 AM

Lone Wolf McQuade

ick Texas Ranger throws down his guns to indulge his talents in the martial arts when he meets his match in the leader of a gun-smuggling ring.

02:30 AM

The Ma Barker Massacre

When federal agents swarm the suspected hideout of the ruthless and heavily armed Barker-Karpis gang, they trigger one of the most sensational and prolonged gunfights in the gangster era. Through ballistic tests, forensic analysis and stylized recreations, we examine this legendary shootout and separate fact from Hollywood fiction.