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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were the ultimate Hollywood power couple. Their romance was born in scandal, and it ended the same way: an on-set blow-up, an in-flight meltdown and soon, the world’s most famous couple was at each other’s throats. Then, when funny man Chevy Chase took a role on hit sitcom Community, his career was back on track. But it flew off the rails in spectacular fashion after a head-on crash with producer Dan Harmon. Before long, it was total war with the entire Community cast.

One of the greatest tough-guy actors in 1980s Hollywood, Nick Nolte was an outsider who excelled at portraying brooding men with little patience for nonsense. But as he entered middle-age, a lifelong fondness for drugs and alcohol grew into serious addictions, made worse by frustrations with his career. When he’s pulled over and arrested for a DUI, his mug shot goes viral – and the serious actor looks like a clown. To rebuild his career, Nolte will have to get straight and undo the damage done.

When Mickey Rourke becomes an actor in Hollywood the audience adores his quirky yet sexy persona. But Mickey starts turning down major film roles, and seems to seek out a volatile and slightly crazy persona both onscreen and off. He is charged with spousal abuse, but when the charges are dismissed he leaves Hollywood to return to his earlier love - amateur boxing. Soon Mickey’s face, image and life seem to be in shambles. But he’s determined to climb out of the hole he’s dug, and begin the damage repair.

An American actor who developed a cult following as FBI Agent Fox Mulder on the scifi series The X-Files, Duchovny was revered for his smouldering good looks and dry sense of humour. He seemed to choose characters that were sexually provocative such Jake Winters, the host of Showtimes’ Red Shoe Diaries, and Hank Moody in the hit TV series Californication. But when his personal life begins resembling his onscreen world – ending his marriage to actress Tea Leoni - Duchovny checks himself into a treatment center for sex addiction. When he emerges he must try to repair both his personal and professional reputation.

For decades, Mel Gibson was one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors…until scandal upended his career. Accusations of anti-Semitism, bigotry, and homophobia turned him from a Hollywood icon into a Hollywood pariah. But is Mel Gibson the monster he’s been portrayed as in the media? Or is there something more behind the fall of a man who used to be the toast of Tinseltown?

In the span of only two years, Richard Ramirez became known as the “Night Stalker” for breaking into the homes of over 13 people in Los Angeles and viciously raping, torturing and often times, performing Satanic rituals on many of his victims as he brutally murdered them. During his trial, the courtroom famously included female fans of the serial killer. In 1989, Ramirez received 19 death sentences and died 23 years later from sickness while on death row.

The 2005 murder of young photographer Teresa Halbach shocks the central Wisconsin community of Manitowoc County. A grisly crime scene of her burned bones is discovered at the family auto salvage business of Steven Avery, recently released from prison after serving 18 years for a rape he didn’t commit. Two years earlier, DNA evidence exonerated him. But now arrested, charged and convicted of the photographer’s murder, Avery’s case becomes the subject of the popular documentary “Making a Murderer,” on Netflix, in which defense attorneys cast doubt on Avery’s guilt once again.

With estimates that run as high as 130 murders, Rodney Alcala’s ruthless spree of murder, rape, and sexual assault throughout the 1970’s has been widely compared to that of Ted Bundy’s. During this time, Alcala took sexually explicit photos of hundreds of young men and women as a self-proclaimed professional photographer. Alcala was a contestant on the TV show, The Dating Game in 1978 - despite being a convicted rapist, registered sex offender, and being investigated for multiple murders. After two mistrials, Alcala was sentenced to death in 2010 and 120 of his horrific photographs were later released by police to identify any additional victims.

With a total of 49 confirmed murders (he confessed to 71), Gary Ridgway, otherwise known as the Green River Killer, is one of the most prolific serial killer in American history. While married, Ridgway began murdering sex workers and children throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Strangling his victims and discarding their bodies around Seattle and the Washington Green River, Ridgway regularly returned to the corpses for intercourse. It wasn't until 2001 when the nefarious necrophiliac was connected by DNA evidence to the murders of four women.

In the span of only two years, Richard Ramirez became known as the “Night Stalker” for breaking into the homes of over 13 people in Los Angeles and viciously raping, torturing and often times, performing Satanic rituals on many of his victims as he brutally murdered them. During his trial, the courtroom famously included female fans of the serial killer. In 1989, Ramirez received 19 death sentences and died 23 years later from sickness while on death row.

The 2005 murder of young photographer Teresa Halbach shocks the central Wisconsin community of Manitowoc County. A grisly crime scene of her burned bones is discovered at the family auto salvage business of Steven Avery, recently released from prison after serving 18 years for a rape he didn’t commit. Two years earlier, DNA evidence exonerated him. But now arrested, charged and convicted of the photographer’s murder, Avery’s case becomes the subject of the popular documentary “Making a Murderer,” on Netflix, in which defense attorneys cast doubt on Avery’s guilt once again.

With estimates that run as high as 130 murders, Rodney Alcala’s ruthless spree of murder, rape, and sexual assault throughout the 1970’s has been widely compared to that of Ted Bundy’s. During this time, Alcala took sexually explicit photos of hundreds of young men and women as a self-proclaimed professional photographer. Alcala was a contestant on the TV show, The Dating Game in 1978 - despite being a convicted rapist, registered sex offender, and being investigated for multiple murders. After two mistrials, Alcala was sentenced to death in 2010 and 120 of his horrific photographs were later released by police to identify any additional victims.

With a total of 49 confirmed murders (he confessed to 71), Gary Ridgway, otherwise known as the Green River Killer, is one of the most prolific serial killer in American history. While married, Ridgway began murdering sex workers and children throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Strangling his victims and discarding their bodies around Seattle and the Washington Green River, Ridgway regularly returned to the corpses for intercourse. It wasn't until 2001 when the nefarious necrophiliac was connected by DNA evidence to the murders of four women.

Responsible for killing and dismembering 17 young men between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer is arguably one of the most gruesome serial killers the world has ever seen. Mostly targeting African-American men at gay bars, Dahmer would lure his victims to his home and drug them before strangling them to death. He would then engage in sexual acts with their corpses and often keep their genitals or skills as souvenirs. Dahmer’s rampage came to an end in 1992 after he was captured and given 15 life sentences.

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.

Responsible for killing and dismembering 17 young men between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer is arguably one of the most gruesome serial killers the world has ever seen. Mostly targeting African-American men at gay bars, Dahmer would lure his victims to his home and drug them before strangling them to death. He would then engage in sexual acts with their corpses and often keep their genitals or skills as souvenirs. Dahmer’s rampage came to an end in 1992 after he was captured and given 15 life sentences.

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.

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.

Disney princesses and childhood BFF’s Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez find out the hard way that fame and friendship don’t easily mix, as jealousy and paranoia tear them apart as well as threatening to ruin their fairytale lives. Then, reality stars Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson go from Hugh Hefner’s favorite girlfriends and Playboy Mansion besties to vicious rivals in a public feud that turns shockingly X-rated.

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.