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This docuseries examines the facts behind the deaths of famous people, answering questions about their causes of death. The show has looked at the deaths of many celebs, including Elizabeth Taylor, David Bowie, Mindy McCready, Johnny Cash, Mary Tyler Moore, and Muhammad Ali. The series debuted on Channel 5 in the UK and was later aired on the Reelz channel in the United States.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Reelz
5 Seasons, 64 Episodes
June 14, 2014
Celebrity & Entertainment, Documentary & Biography
Cast: Marlene Sanders, Donald Bent, Michael Baden, Sol Greenberg
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Autopsy: The Last Hours Of... Full Episode Guide

  • The story of Florence Ballard, a founding member of the Supremes. She parted ways with the group in 1967, and struggled with alcoholism and depression after an unsuccessful solo career. She died of a heart attack in February 1976 at the age of 32.

  • Remembering Roy Orbison (1936-1988), whose hits included "Pretty Woman."

  • Gram Parsons' death is the focus.

  • The death of rock star Lou Reed (1942-2013) is examined.

  • The death of Johnny Cash is examined.

  • An examination of David Bowie's death from cancer.

  • Former Beatle George Harrison's death in 2001 after a short battle with lung cancer is examined.

  • The death of George Michael (1963-2016) is examined.

  • Elizabeth Taylor's death from cardiac arrest and her medical history are the focus.

  • James Dean's fatal crash in an automobile is the focus, including the mystery surrounding it.

  • James Brown was one of the most iconic and revolutionary performers of all time. He was known as the ‘Godfather of Soul’, ‘the Inventor of Funk’, ‘the Grandfather of Hip-Hop’ and ‘the Hardest Working Man in Show Business’ and he sold tens of millions of records. After decades at the top, the most sampled man in history was still touring in his 70s but on Christmas Day 2006 he died unexpectedly in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Now renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter is reopening the case into James Brown’s seemingly death.

  • Miles Davis' death in 1991 after checking into a hospital for a "routine tune up" is examined.

  • Muhammad Ali's death following a battle with Parkinson's and years in the boxing ring is examined.

  • Andy Warhol's curious death in a New York City hospital at the age of 58 is examined.

  • Farrah Fawcett's cancer death in 2009 is examined. Included: a look at her medical history and the alternative cancer treatments she received.

  • Mary Tyler Moore, considered the sweetheart of American television, stars in two of the most successful sitcoms in history; behind her iconic smile lies a life beset by tragedy, illness and addiction.

  • On the afternoon of April 1, 1984, the day before his 45th birthday, Marvin Gaye was shot by his father. Now renowned forensic pathologist Dr Michael Hunter is reopening this bizarre case to discover what was happening both psychologically and physiologically to the bodies of Marvin Gay senior and Marvin Gaye junior at the time of the shooting that may explain the reason behind this tragic case of filicide.

  • In February 2013 Country Music singer Mindy McCready shot herself on the porch of her house in Heber Springs Arkansas. Now, world-renowned Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter puts Mindy's complex personal life under the spotlight, and reveals how her unhealthy relationship with prescription medication may have exacerbated an un-diagnosed mental condition and led Mindy to plan her own death.

  • James Gandolfini's death from a heart attack in Rome in 2013 is the focus of the Season 9 premiere.

  • As the adorable Buffy in the hit 1960s sitcom Family Affair Anissa Jones was the most famous child star of her generation. But on August 28th 1976 she died at a friend's house in Oceanside, California. She was only 18 years old. A photograph taken at the beach the previous day showed her in good physical shape. World-renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter investigates her life and last hours to solve the mystery of her sudden, tragic death.

  • 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.

  • The death of Janis Joplin is spotlighted.

  • Gary Coleman soared to success in the hit 80's TV show, "Diff'rent Strokes,'' but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

  • Bernie Mac was one of the best-loved stand-up comics of his generation and along with working his way out of poverty, he spent 12 years performing in Chicago clubs before hitting the big time; in 2008 he died at the age of 50.

  • Steve Jobs was a visionary product designer who revolutionized the computer world with much-loved products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad, but in 2011 he died of a treatable cancer.

  • Best known for his roles in "Dirty Dancing'' and "Ghost,'' Patrick Swayze was a legendary actor, dancer and singer but he died at 57 years old in 2009 from cancer.

  • Daughter of Nat 'King' Cole, Natalie Cole was a unique singing legend but in 2008 her dim past caught up with her and set off an extraordinary chain reaction of medical problems.

  • Retelling the death of music legend John Denver.

  • The death of Richard Pryor is featured.

  • Dennis Wilson was the golden boy drummer for the Beach Boys. His good looks, adrenaline junkie attitude and musical prowess made him one of the great heart throbs of rock and roll. But how did an avid surfer end up drowning in less than 15 feet of water? Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter examines Dennis's autopsy report to dispel the rumours, and reveal the real cause of the drummer's tragic and untimely death at the age of 39.

  • Bob Marley was a musical legend who brought reggae to the global stage but widespread controversy at his death resulted in conspiracy theories about a possible assassination.

  • The death of Kurt Cobain is reviewed.

  • The death of Bobbi Kristina Brown is reviewed.

  • The death of Steve McQueen is featured.

  • The tragic death and the drama surrounding iconic radio legend, Casey Kasem at the age of 82 in June 2014.

  • Cory Monteith was a world superstar and a clean-cut all American quarterback on "Glee'' loved by millions of teenagers around the globe, but on July 13, 2013 he was discovered dead on his hotel room floor at the young age of 31.

  • An investigation of Corey Haim's autopsy report to dismiss the rumors, and reveal the actual cause of the actor's tragic and untimely death at the age of 38.

  • Chris Farley was the larger-than-life Hollywood star regarded as one of the funniest comedians of his generation. His outrageous blend of physical slapstick and vulnerable charm earned him the adoration of the American public. After shooting to fame in the early 90’s as one of Saturday Night Live’s brightest talents, he went on to star in a string of hit movies. But on December 18th 1997 Chris’ body was found on the floor of his Chicago apartment, after four days of partying. He died alone aged 33. Now, Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Hunter is taking a fresh look at the death of an icon who was loved by millions.

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