Autopsy: The Last Hours Of

TV Show (2014)

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of
Forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd separates fact from fiction as he investigates the cases of celebrities who died unexpectedly
Watch It
Not on TV

Not currently showing on TV

  • 6 Fri
  • 7 Sat
  • 8 Sun
  • 9 Mon
  • 10 Tue
  • 11 Wed
  • 12 Thu
  • 13 Fri
  • 14 Sat
  • 15 Sun
  • 16 Mon
  • 17 Tue
  • 18 Wed
  • 19 Thu

…but click Add to My Picks to add to your personal TV Schedule and LocateTV will tell you when Autopsy: The Last Hours Of is next on TV.

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of

Never miss an episode of Autopsy: The Last Hours Of again!

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of is not on TV at the moment. Sign up to LocateTV and we'll email you when it is next on!

Latest Episodes

  • Season 3 Episode 1: Elvis Presley

    Forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd returns to re-examine the medical evidence relating to the deaths of famous people. In the first episode, he picks through the facts surrounding Elvis Presley's demise at his Memphis home Graceland in August 1977 at the age of 42, using testimony from the singer's childhood best friend, his cousin and his private nurse, as well as the medical facts. The post-mortem report reveals that towards the end of his life, nearly all of Presley's vital organs were almost twice the size they should have been, and that his system was full of prescription drugs

  • Season 2 Episode 3: Brittany Murphy

    Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of the Clueless and 8 Mile star in December 2009, which was due to pneumonia, anaemia and multiple drug intoxication. Dr Shepherd goes back over a 12-month period immediately before Murphy's death, discovering evidence of a woman caught in a triangle between her husband, her mother and a paranoid personality fuelled by prescription drugs. Dr Shepherd carefully picks his way through the autopsy reports and the numerous conspiracy theories that surround the case

  • Season 2 Episode 2: Karen Carpenter

    Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of the singer and drummer Karen Carpenter in February 1983, with the cause of death heart failure as a consequence of anorexia nervosa. Armed with the post-mortem report, Dr Shepherd goes back over the last few weeks of her life to try to unravel what happened, and uncovers stories of emetics, bulimia, heart problems, sedatives, massive weight loss, force-feeding and stays in hospital. With contributions by close friends, a psychologist and others who knew her

Generating recommendations...

Comments - what do you think of Autopsy: The Last Hours Of?


Showing 0 of 0 comments

Explore LocateTV

Did you know that you can follow the actors and celebs you love? LocateTV will let you know when they are on TV. Add them to "My Picks" and they'll show in your personal TV schedule.

This site uses cookies to enhance your experience. By continuing to browse you are agreeing to the use of cookies. If you need further information then please click "See more information" button on the right.