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  • 6:00 AM
    Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson

    TV-PG | :60

    Having grown up in the spotlight, and never learning how to be a responsible adult, Michael Jackson made terrible financial decisions that jeopardized his iconic career and wreaked havoc on his personal life. Shrouded in controversy, his death in 2009 may have been at the hands of a doctor administering lethal doses of anesthesia. However, what is even less transparent is how his entire estate ended up lining the pockets of two men who the Jackson siblings say Michael could not stand – industry veterans John Branca and John McLain.

  • 7:00 AM
    Prince

    Prince

    TV-PG | :60

    As a revolutionary singer, songwriter and record producer, Prince’s flamboyant life off stage proved to be just as covert and mysterious as his unresolved death in 2016. The circumstances surrounding his fatal overdose at 57 from the powerful opioid painkiller Fentanyl, remains largely unexplained, and who provided the star with drugs has never been determined. However, tracing back through his legendary career exposes a secret, ongoing drug addiction stemming from his relentless desire for perfection and power in the music industry. After his death, and leaving no will behind, Prince’s $200 million estate came be under attack. A vault in his Paisley Park home would be found to contain over $100 million worth of unreleased music, lyrics and rights that the estate and potential successors were ready to cash in. With 45 individuals coming forward claiming to be a wife, child, sibling or other relative, exhaustive legal battles would ensue trying to prove who the rightful heirs to the music icon's estate would be. Without a will, Prince’s legacy would be left in the hands of the court’s rulings, allowing the final chosen successors to exploit his brand, his record label and music library, however they deem fit.

  • 8:00 AM
    George Michael

    George Michael

    TV-PG | :60

    George Michael was an English pop music phenomenon and sex symbol who rose to fame as a member of the music duo Wham! However, staying at the top wasn’t easy. George Michael’s private life was revealed to the world when he was arrested for engaging in a lewd sexual act with a male police officer in Beverly Hills in 1998. The man that women around the world lusted after would eventually be forced out of the closet, and what followed was a public career and personal life filled with turbulence. Drug dependency, depression, paralysing grief, legal battles with his record company and even a brush with death would ultimately set the star far back from the spotlight. In 2016, Michael’s life would ultimately come to an end when his lover Fadi Fawaz discovered the singer dead in their UK manor from sudden heart failure. Over his 40-year career, George Michael had amassed a fortune in excess of $128 million dollars. Yet without a will in place, the controversies of the late celebrity wouldn’t end with his death. While he had been quietly donating millions to charity throughout his life, Michael’s estate and fortune would be left in question, as his relatives speculated whether or not his death was due to foul play.

  • 9:00 AM
    Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson

    TV-PG | :60

    Having grown up in the spotlight, and never learning how to be a responsible adult, Michael Jackson made terrible financial decisions that jeopardized his iconic career and wreaked havoc on his personal life. Shrouded in controversy, his death in 2009 may have been at the hands of a doctor administering lethal doses of anesthesia. However, what is even less transparent is how his entire estate ended up lining the pockets of two men who the Jackson siblings say Michael could not stand – industry veterans John Branca and John McLain.

  • 10:00 AM
    Prince

    Prince

    TV-PG | :60

    As a revolutionary singer, songwriter and record producer, Prince’s flamboyant life off stage proved to be just as covert and mysterious as his unresolved death in 2016. The circumstances surrounding his fatal overdose at 57 from the powerful opioid painkiller Fentanyl, remains largely unexplained, and who provided the star with drugs has never been determined. However, tracing back through his legendary career exposes a secret, ongoing drug addiction stemming from his relentless desire for perfection and power in the music industry. After his death, and leaving no will behind, Prince’s $200 million estate came be under attack. A vault in his Paisley Park home would be found to contain over $100 million worth of unreleased music, lyrics and rights that the estate and potential successors were ready to cash in. With 45 individuals coming forward claiming to be a wife, child, sibling or other relative, exhaustive legal battles would ensue trying to prove who the rightful heirs to the music icon's estate would be. Without a will, Prince’s legacy would be left in the hands of the court’s rulings, allowing the final chosen successors to exploit his brand, his record label and music library, however they deem fit.

  • 11:00 AM
    George Michael

    George Michael

    TV-PG | :60

    George Michael was an English pop music phenomenon and sex symbol who rose to fame as a member of the music duo Wham! However, staying at the top wasn’t easy. George Michael’s private life was revealed to the world when he was arrested for engaging in a lewd sexual act with a male police officer in Beverly Hills in 1998. The man that women around the world lusted after would eventually be forced out of the closet, and what followed was a public career and personal life filled with turbulence. Drug dependency, depression, paralysing grief, legal battles with his record company and even a brush with death would ultimately set the star far back from the spotlight. In 2016, Michael’s life would ultimately come to an end when his lover Fadi Fawaz discovered the singer dead in their UK manor from sudden heart failure. Over his 40-year career, George Michael had amassed a fortune in excess of $128 million dollars. Yet without a will in place, the controversies of the late celebrity wouldn’t end with his death. While he had been quietly donating millions to charity throughout his life, Michael’s estate and fortune would be left in question, as his relatives speculated whether or not his death was due to foul play.

  • 12:00 PM
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Zero Dark Thirty

    TV-PG | :60

    The 2012 film directed by Kathryn Bigelow about the killing of Osama bin Laden. Various critical elements in the film were later disputed; like the effectiveness of the water boarding and the use of classified information, and also the way in which Osama bin Laden was killed. The CIA agent, Maya, is made up – although it is true that most of the team hunting bin Laden were women. There is also a controversy about how bin Laden was found. The film says it was by tracing a courier – but journalist Seymour Hersch says that it was because there was a tip off from a Pakistani intelligence officer. No DNA from bin Laden, nor photos of him dead, have ever been released. Some reports say that half his skull was blown off. Again this was neither in the official version nor the movie.

  • 1:00 PM
    Goodfellas

    Goodfellas

    TV-PG | :60

    Martin Scorsese’s film about the New York mafia is considered one of the greatest gangster movies of all time. It is based on a book by Nicholas Pileggi, called Wiseguy. Based on the life story of Henry Hill it features the Lufthansa heist at JFK where $6 million in cash and jewellery was stolen in 1978. The movie claims that Hill went clean from 1987, after having his identity changed as part of the witness protection programme. But he didn’t – as he was arrested for narcotics offences right up to his death in 2012. However he had a parallel career as chef and a cookbook writer and was a regular guest on the Howard Stern show.

  • 2:00 PM
    Donnie Brasco

    Donnie Brasco

    TV-PG | :60

    Starring Johnny Depp, Donnie Brasco is one the most critically acclaimed gangster films ever made. But the real story is even more remarkable than the film. Special agent Joe Pistone reveals the truth about his six years undercover in the New York Mafia.

  • 3:00 PM
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Zero Dark Thirty

    TV-PG | :60

    The 2012 film directed by Kathryn Bigelow about the killing of Osama bin Laden. Various critical elements in the film were later disputed; like the effectiveness of the water boarding and the use of classified information, and also the way in which Osama bin Laden was killed. The CIA agent, Maya, is made up – although it is true that most of the team hunting bin Laden were women. There is also a controversy about how bin Laden was found. The film says it was by tracing a courier – but journalist Seymour Hersch says that it was because there was a tip off from a Pakistani intelligence officer. No DNA from bin Laden, nor photos of him dead, have ever been released. Some reports say that half his skull was blown off. Again this was neither in the official version nor the movie.

  • 4:00 PM
    Goodfellas

    Goodfellas

    TV-PG | :60

    Martin Scorsese’s film about the New York mafia is considered one of the greatest gangster movies of all time. It is based on a book by Nicholas Pileggi, called Wiseguy. Based on the life story of Henry Hill it features the Lufthansa heist at JFK where $6 million in cash and jewellery was stolen in 1978. The movie claims that Hill went clean from 1987, after having his identity changed as part of the witness protection programme. But he didn’t – as he was arrested for narcotics offences right up to his death in 2012. However he had a parallel career as chef and a cookbook writer and was a regular guest on the Howard Stern show.

  • 5:00 PM
    Donnie Brasco

    Donnie Brasco

    TV-PG | :60

    Starring Johnny Depp, Donnie Brasco is one the most critically acclaimed gangster films ever made. But the real story is even more remarkable than the film. Special agent Joe Pistone reveals the truth about his six years undercover in the New York Mafia.

  • 6:00 PM
    Frank Nitti

    Frank Nitti

    TV-14 | :60

    Frank Nitti was a mobster with unusual business sense. While Al Capone got the headlines, Frank Nitti was running the show.

  • 7:00 PM
    Murder, Inc.

    Murder, Inc.

    TV-14 | :60

    Murder, Inc. is the name for a ruthless gang that carried out mob hits during the 1930s. When mob leaders formed "The Syndicate," they became the "judge and jury," and Murder, Inc. "the executioner." As the enforcement arm of The Syndicate, members of Murder, Inc. killed an estimated 1,000 people from coast to coast. But through the efforts of some tenacious crime fighters, such as Assistant Brooklyn District Attorney Burton Turkus, and U.S Attorney Thomas Dewey, Murder, Inc. unraveled and its murderous reign of terror came to an end.

  • 8:00 PM
    Paul Castellano

    Paul Castellano

    TV-14 | :60

    "Big Paul" Castellano served as boss of the Gambino crime family - the largest in New York during the 1970's and 80's. Castellano presented himself as a legitimate businessman and mingled with New York's upper crust, while running a multi-million dollar racketeering operation. From his $3.5 million dollar estate on Staten Island, he oversaw rackets in construction, meat distribution, union infiltration, pornography and more. But many Gambino members believed Castellano got a free ride to the top on the coattails of his predecessor, cousin and brother-in-law, Carlo Gambino. Nepotism and Castellano's reclusive lifestyle split the Gambino family into two factions, which would ultimately led to his undoing.

  • 9:00 PM
    The Godfather

    The Godfather

    TV-14 | :24

    The Best Picture winner for 1972 has several underworld inspirations. Don Vito A. Corleone is based on real mob boss Frank Costello. Don Corleone was born in the same year as Costello, and like Costello earned vast illegal incomes from gambling and bootlegging, and enjoyed unrivalled political clout through friends in the power. Carlo Gambino’s life also inspired Don Corleone’s character. Both were low-key gangsters, and quite different from their contemporaries. Gambino was careful enough never to be imprisoned, and died in his own home. Like Gambino, Don Corleone had three sons and a daughter. Also like Don Corleone, Gambino’s activities came under heavy FBI scrutiny with wiretaps, bugs and lip-readers being employed to gather evidence, but Gambino knew how to conduct his business “in silence” and escaped without any jail time.

  • 10:00 PM
    Murder, Inc.

    Murder, Inc.

    TV-14 | :60

    Murder, Inc. is the name for a ruthless gang that carried out mob hits during the 1930s. When mob leaders formed "The Syndicate," they became the "judge and jury," and Murder, Inc. "the executioner." As the enforcement arm of The Syndicate, members of Murder, Inc. killed an estimated 1,000 people from coast to coast. But through the efforts of some tenacious crime fighters, such as Assistant Brooklyn District Attorney Burton Turkus, and U.S Attorney Thomas Dewey, Murder, Inc. unraveled and its murderous reign of terror came to an end.

  • 11:00 PM
    Paul Castellano

    Paul Castellano

    TV-14 | :60

    "Big Paul" Castellano served as boss of the Gambino crime family - the largest in New York during the 1970's and 80's. Castellano presented himself as a legitimate businessman and mingled with New York's upper crust, while running a multi-million dollar racketeering operation. From his $3.5 million dollar estate on Staten Island, he oversaw rackets in construction, meat distribution, union infiltration, pornography and more. But many Gambino members believed Castellano got a free ride to the top on the coattails of his predecessor, cousin and brother-in-law, Carlo Gambino. Nepotism and Castellano's reclusive lifestyle split the Gambino family into two factions, which would ultimately led to his undoing.

  • 12:00 AM
    The Godfather

    The Godfather

    TV-14 | :24

    The Best Picture winner for 1972 has several underworld inspirations. Don Vito A. Corleone is based on real mob boss Frank Costello. Don Corleone was born in the same year as Costello, and like Costello earned vast illegal incomes from gambling and bootlegging, and enjoyed unrivalled political clout through friends in the power. Carlo Gambino’s life also inspired Don Corleone’s character. Both were low-key gangsters, and quite different from their contemporaries. Gambino was careful enough never to be imprisoned, and died in his own home. Like Gambino, Don Corleone had three sons and a daughter. Also like Don Corleone, Gambino’s activities came under heavy FBI scrutiny with wiretaps, bugs and lip-readers being employed to gather evidence, but Gambino knew how to conduct his business “in silence” and escaped without any jail time.

  • 1:00 AM
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    TV-PG | :30

    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.

  • 1:30 AM
    Nicolas Cage

    Nicolas Cage

    TV-PG | :60

    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?

  • 2:30 AM
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    TV-PG | :30

    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.

  • 3:30 AM
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