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The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes aims to shine new light on some of the darkest realities surrounding Monroe’s death, through the words of members of her inner circle at the time. In the decades since Marilyn Monroe’s death in 1962, questions continue to surround her name, with much still to be discovered about the iconic actor. Now previously unreleased recordings will hopefully provide answers to some of those lingering questions about who the woman was in life, and what really happened in her final hours.



The Black Cop is a docu-drama exploring one former police officer’s experience of being both victim and perpetrator of racism in the police force. With the ongoing conversations around racial profiling within policing, this timely documentary takes audiences into the usually private world of policing, told through an unfamiliar perspective.


This three-hour documentary investigates the mysterious world of Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and once heiress to the Maxwell fortune, whose life takes a sordid downturn when she meets Jeffrey Epstein -- a serial sex offender. 


From CNN, a six-part series executive produced by Matt Robins and Emma Cooper of October Films, and Amy Entelis and Lyle Gamm for CNN Original Series.

“Diana, produced by October Films, re-examines the life of an icon through the lens of modernity: reframing her story to discover the real woman behind the ‘People’s Princess,’” CNN notes. “Drawing on a new generation of voices, including interviews from those close to her, the series is a fresh take that reveals a princess unlike any other. A woman more complex than history has acknowledged and a feminist role model who showed vulnerability and strength, Diana was truly a blueprint for the modern woman.”

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