Reelz to premiere “Hollywood 911″ in June

The U.S. cable net will debut a Conveyor Media-produced series based on celebrity emergency calls on June 11.
May 17, 2016

A series about celebrities in distress will begin airing on U.S. cable network Reelz next month.

Produced by Conveyor Media, Hollywood 911 features audio from emergency calls made by celebrities alongside analysis from 911 operators, doctors, law enforcement professionals, witnesses and celebrity experts.

Episodes will focus on 911 calls made by Sandra Bullock during a home invasion, Shia Lebeouf as he confronted a stalker and Lindsay Lohan during a confrontation with workers from a rehab clinic, as well as calls involving Whitney Houston, Lamar Odom, O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson, Charlie Sheen and Miley Cyrus.

Hollywood 911 will premiere on June 11 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

Reelz has also set July 23 air dates for the second seasons of the AMS Pictures-produced Murder Made Me Famous and Story House Productions’ CopyCat Killers.

Last month, the cable net greenlit a doc series based on American tabloid National Enquirer from Jupiter Entertainment in partnership with American Media Inc. and Weinstein Television Unscripted.

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