Legendary redhead, Lucille Ball, is known as one of the greatest female comedians of all time. On the air for six seasons, she cemented her iconic status in I Love Lucy, where she and her first husband, Desi Arnaz, pulled in ratings that were unheard of at the time. It’s also here that Lucille Ball forged her way to becoming one of the first female executive producers in Hollywood, greenlighting mega A-list movies and TV series franchises still being renewed by networks and studios today. When she eventually passes away in 1989, her sizable estate of $40 million goes towards her two children, Lucie and Desi Arnaz, and to her second husband, Peter Morton. Unlike many celebrities, Lucille Ball left behind a will and testament – however, even with one so clearly written, the afterlife of her estate becomes entangled and bitter. After her death, Peter Morton remarries pro golfer, Susie McAllister. He then suddenly passes away, leaving behind a number of Lucille’s highly personal and sentimental items to his new wife. Knowing their value, Susie decides to put these items up for auction at a hefty price tag. This is when a full out estate war erupts between Susie and Lucille Ball’s children. Together, the Arnaz siblings fight to get back the precious items including jewelry, lifetime achievement awards, and love letters. But, would mismanagement see these priceless items be lost forever?