Autopsy: The Last Hours of

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Autopsy: The Last Hours of... is a documentary-style television series that investigates the tragic, controversial and sudden deaths of celebrities. The series debuted in 2014 on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and was later broadcast in the United States by Reelz.read more
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Autopsy: The Last Hours of... is a documentary-style television series that investigates the tragic, controversial and sudden deaths of celebrities. The series debuted in 2014 on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and was later broadcast in the United States by Reelz. In 2016, the first American produced season of Autopsy aired with San Francisco's chief medical examiner who was previously Panama City, Florida's District 14 medical examiner, Dr. Michael Hunter taking over as the host. The UK produced episodes featured Dr. Richard Shepherd and subsequently, Dr. Jason Payne-James analyzing the official autopsy reports of various celebrities to determine their cause of death.

Original Release

01/07/2014

US Release

01/07/2014

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Cast

(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Robert Reed Sunday, 23 April 2023
2 Flip Wilson Sunday, 30 April 2023
3 Sammy Davis Jr. Sunday, 07 May 2023
4 Sean Connery Sunday, 14 May 2023
5 Doris Day Sunday, 21 May 2023
6 Eazy E Sunday, 04 June 2023
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Directors

Ros Edwards, Steve Baker, Ian Clark, Peter Chipping, Russell Eatough, Tim Conrad, Donna Bertaccini, Zoran Trajkovic, Susanna Herbert, James Tovell, Joshua Whitehead, Steve Graham, Paul Olding, Tiffany Greenoak, Tamsin Graham, Adam Warner, Ali Naushahi, Katinka Newman, Archie Powell, Steve Webb, Sean Smith, Paul Murphy, Ed Taylor, Catherine Welton, Adam Tysoe, Samuel Bates, Mary Downes, Stan Griffin

Writers

Tim Conrad, Zoran Trajkovic, Peter Chipping, Ian Clark, Paul Olding, Archie Powell

Cast

Producers

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