REELZ TV Show Schedule

06:00 AM

Rebecca Schaeffer

Without an enemy in the world 21-year-old actress Rebecca Schaeffer had her whole life ahead of her. She was making a name for herself in Hollywood and on July 18, 1989 she was set to audition for legendary director Francis Ford Coppola. High on life, little did Rebecca know that an obsessed fan had other plans for her that fateful day. From first hand accounts from a neighbor who saw the killer that fateful day – to insight from top forensic psychologists – to an exclusive telephone interview with the killer himself. The Stalker Files…Rebecca Schaeffer takes us down the road where a rising star’s life collides with a man hell bent on putting it to an end.

07:00 AM

David Letterman

In this episode of The Stalker Files, the story of a woman gripped by the fantasy that she was romantically involved with David Letterman. With Margaret Mary “Peggy” Ray’s exploits becoming a staple of supermarket tabloids, this is a glimpse into the mind of a delusional woman suffering from the devastating condition of schizophrenia, and the story of her tragic demise. Viewers will hear a firsthand account from the NASA astronaut who quickly became the next target of Ray’s unwanted attention, along with the friend who received the suicide note and heard the final words from Margaret Mary Ray.

08:00 AM

Steven Spielberg

In this episode of The Stalker Files, viewers get a glimpse into the sick and sadistic plot at the hands of a stalker. Famed Hollywood director Steven Spielberg becomes the target of violent drug induced stalker Jonathan Norman who stakes out Spielberg’s house with handcuffs and a “rape-kit!” Famed courtroom illustrator Mona Shafer Edwards gives the scoop from inside the courtroom where a trembling Steven Spielberg faced off with a cocky Jonathan Norman. The Stalker Files…Steven Spielberg a celebrity stalking case that sent shivers through the spines of every A-list name in Hollywood.

09:00 AM

D.C. Sniper

For three weeks in 2002, the streets of D.C. were terrorized and residents were paralyzed with fear. Two men, 17 year-old Malvo and 42 year-old Muhammad, were hunting random civilians in broad daylight with a rifle. The sniper attacks made national news and Americans became fearful that they could be next. After becoming a skilled marksman in the military, John Muhammad recruited the help of friend Lee Boyd Malvo, in 2002, to shoot people from the trunk of his car. They killed 17 people who were doing simple, everyday tasks such as pumping gas or leaving a store. After testifying against Muhammed, Malvo was given multiple life sentences and Muhammed was executed by lethal injection in 2009.

12:00 PM

D.C. Sniper

For three weeks in 2002, the streets of D.C. were terrorized and residents were paralyzed with fear. Two men, 17 year-old Malvo and 42 year-old Muhammad, were hunting random civilians in broad daylight with a rifle. The sniper attacks made national news and Americans became fearful that they could be next. After becoming a skilled marksman in the military, John Muhammad recruited the help of friend Lee Boyd Malvo, in 2002, to shoot people from the trunk of his car. They killed 17 people who were doing simple, everyday tasks such as pumping gas or leaving a store. After testifying against Muhammed, Malvo was given multiple life sentences and Muhammed was executed by lethal injection in 2009.

03:00 PM

D.C. Sniper

For three weeks in 2002, the streets of D.C. were terrorized and residents were paralyzed with fear. Two men, 17 year-old Malvo and 42 year-old Muhammad, were hunting random civilians in broad daylight with a rifle. The sniper attacks made national news and Americans became fearful that they could be next. After becoming a skilled marksman in the military, John Muhammad recruited the help of friend Lee Boyd Malvo, in 2002, to shoot people from the trunk of his car. They killed 17 people who were doing simple, everyday tasks such as pumping gas or leaving a store. After testifying against Muhammed, Malvo was given multiple life sentences and Muhammed was executed by lethal injection in 2009.

06:00 PM

Osama Bin Laden

He was the king of terrorism. On the FBI’s Most Wanted list for more than a decade, Bin Laden was the founder of Al Qaeda and crusaded for global jihad. The prime target of his attacks was the United States of America. The most tragic was the attack on the World Trade Center, in New York, September 11th, 2001 – yet another date that will live in infamy. Bin Laden orchestrated his plan with 19 militants used to hijack four airplanes designed to carry out suicide missions on targets within the United States. Two of the planes crashed into the north and south towers of the World Trade Center, while a third plane hit the Pentagon. The fourth plane, believed to be headed toward the White House, never reached its intended target due to the heroism of its fated passengers. Osama Bin Laden wanted war with the United States and that is exactly what he got. He was found and killed by Navy Seals on May 2, 2011.

07:00 PM

United 93

Paul Greengrass’ drama-thriller ‘United 93’ depicts the events on board the ill-fated United Airlines Flight 93. Hijacked as part of the attack on September 11, 2001, the Al-Qaeda terrorists were on a suicide mission to crash the plane into a Washington DC target – most likely the capitol. The film highlights how the passengers heroically took control of the plane, causing it to crash into a field in Pennsylvania. In the Real Story, we follow the radicalisation of the key terrorist and explore how the conflicted terrorist likely delayed the hijack giving the passengers time to discover the larger terror plot they were a part of and change the course of history.

08:00 PM

Lone Survivor

In the feature film, Lone Survivor, a secret US Navy SEAL mission in Afghanistan is ambushed and only one man, Marcus Luttrell, survives. The film follows Luttrell’s struggle to escape from Taliban territory alive. But in reality, he couldn’t have done it without the bravery of an Afghan villager, Mohammad Gulab, who puts himself and his family at great risk. With Luttrell safely back in the US, Gulab becomes a target for the Taliban – and his relatives are caught in the crossfire.

09:00 PM

Zero Dark Thirty

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.

10:00 PM

United 93

Paul Greengrass’ drama-thriller ‘United 93’ depicts the events on board the ill-fated United Airlines Flight 93. Hijacked as part of the attack on September 11, 2001, the Al-Qaeda terrorists were on a suicide mission to crash the plane into a Washington DC target – most likely the capitol. The film highlights how the passengers heroically took control of the plane, causing it to crash into a field in Pennsylvania. In the Real Story, we follow the radicalisation of the key terrorist and explore how the conflicted terrorist likely delayed the hijack giving the passengers time to discover the larger terror plot they were a part of and change the course of history.

11:00 PM

Lone Survivor

In the feature film, Lone Survivor, a secret US Navy SEAL mission in Afghanistan is ambushed and only one man, Marcus Luttrell, survives. The film follows Luttrell’s struggle to escape from Taliban territory alive. But in reality, he couldn’t have done it without the bravery of an Afghan villager, Mohammad Gulab, who puts himself and his family at great risk. With Luttrell safely back in the US, Gulab becomes a target for the Taliban – and his relatives are caught in the crossfire.

12:00 AM

Zero Dark Thirty

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.

01:00 AM

Celebrity Page

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.

01:30 AM

Osama Bin Laden

He was the king of terrorism. On the FBI’s Most Wanted list for more than a decade, Bin Laden was the founder of Al Qaeda and crusaded for global jihad. The prime target of his attacks was the United States of America. The most tragic was the attack on the World Trade Center, in New York, September 11th, 2001 – yet another date that will live in infamy. Bin Laden orchestrated his plan with 19 militants used to hijack four airplanes designed to carry out suicide missions on targets within the United States. Two of the planes crashed into the north and south towers of the World Trade Center, while a third plane hit the Pentagon. The fourth plane, believed to be headed toward the White House, never reached its intended target due to the heroism of its fated passengers. Osama Bin Laden wanted war with the United States and that is exactly what he got. He was found and killed by Navy Seals on May 2, 2011.

02:30 AM

Celebrity Page

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.