'Autopsy: The Last Hours of Frank Sinatra': Air time and how to watch Reelz docu
Frank Sinatra was a performer who hit many dizzying notes in his 60-year career, however, towards the end of his life the singer became increasingly dependent on alcohol, the singer hit a low note. The latest episode of ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours’ examines the events that led up to Sinatra’s death and one particular incident that could have made all the difference to the singer’s life span.
Frank Sinatra passed away on May 14, 1998, after being arguably one of the most popular entertainers of the 21st century, who overcame birth trauma and a chaotic childhood to win the hearts of millions. If you have been gripped by earlier episodes of the Reelz show such as 'Autopsy: The Last Hours of Michael Jackson', 'Autopsy: The Last Hours of Whitney Houston', then this latest episode should make your watchlist.
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‘Autopsy The Last Hours of Frank Sinatra’ releases on Reelz on June 20 at 8 pm.
How to watch
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The Reelz synopsis reads, “ A heart-throb, Frank was the embodiment of sex appeal, but that didn’t mean he escaped the traumas of love. His second marriage to Ava Gardner ended following infidelity and several suicide attempts by Frank. At around this time in his life, he started drinking Jack Daniels, a habit that would result in a decades-long alcohol dependency. He also smoked and had a famously short temper. When he died at the age of 82 of a heart attack, the causes of his heart failure appeared transparent. But Dr Michael Hunter believes that Frank’s fate was far from inevitable and that there was an event in Frank’s life that could have caused him to turn his life around”
Dr Michael Hunter
Dr Michael Hunter is best known for his appearances on 'Autopsy: The Last Hours Of', a documentary-style television series that explores tragic and sudden deaths of celebrities. Hunter has over 21 years of experience as a medical examiner. Hunter graduated medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina and later completed residencies at Oregon Health & Science University, Baylor College of Medicine, the Miami-Dade County Office of Medical Examiner.
Reelz has not unveiled a trailer for ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of Frank Sinatra’ as yet. Watch this space for more.
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