"E! True Hollywood Story" is a television icon with over 500 "E True Hollywood Story" episodes to its credit. This Emmy-nominated TV series chronicles the rise and fall of some of Hollywood’s biggest names in a one-hour documentary.

  1. Charlie Sheen. This "E! True Hollywood Story" was originally released in late 2010, months before Charlie Sheen rendered the now classic phrase, “Duh, winning” and dramatically quitting from his successful TV series “Two and a Half Men.” This episode traces the rise, fall, rise and fall again of one of Hollywood’s bad boys and highlights Sheen’s sex and drug induced lifestyle, including an interview with ex-girlfriend and former brothel madam Heidi Fleiss.

  2. Kate Gosselin. Ex-“Dancing with the Stars” contender Kate Gosselin’s one-hour "E! True Hollywood Story" is a tale involving interviews with a former nanny, ex-husband Jon Gosselin, friends, neighbors and family members. The episode follows the changes in the life of this “Jon and Kate Plus 8” reality TV star from her beginnings at The Learning Channel (TLC) in 2004 to her current status as a single mom raising eight kids on national TV.

  3. Jennifer Aniston. She first captured everyone’s hearts as Rachel in “Friends,” followed by marrying Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt, becoming his ex-wife and shuttling a succession of failed relationships while starring in negligible films. 

  4. Dog the Bounty Hunter. Duane “Dog” Chapman is an ex-con turned born-again Christian now running a lucrative career as a bounty hunter. A classic line from Dog in this "E! True Hollywood Story" episode sums it all up, “I went through 36 girls… and one day baby Lyssa said the prayer and said, ‘God, would you please not let Dad f*** the nanny.’ She’s like eight, right? And I’m like, ‘oh my God.’”

  5. River Phoenix. He was one of those tortured souls, beaming with talent and dying too young. This "E! True Hollywood Story" follows a decade in the life of actor River Phoenix from 1984 to 1993, with details of his formative years at an Oregon farm to his meteoric rise and demise in Hollywood, death from a cocktail of valium, marijuana and other drugs.

  6. Jan-Michael Vincent. He rose into stardom in the TV series “Airwolf” and was never to be seen again at anything commendable. This 1997 "E! True Hollywood Story" documentary includes interviews with him and his ex-wife Joanne Robinson.

  7. ‘NSync. ‘NSync was the boy band that made Justin Timberlake (JT) and Lance Bass. This episode profiles JT, Lance and 'NSync members JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick. Their 2000 album “No Strings Attached” was a record breaker, selling 2.4 million copies. This E! True Hollywood story features interviews with the band members and the mothers of JT and Lance Bass.

  8. Liza Minnelli. Daughter to “Wizard of Oz” icon Judy Garland, this profile of Liza Minnelli traces a turbulent life of addiction and bad relationships.

  9. Tiger Woods. One of professional golf’s best and iconic players, Tiger Woods joins the rank of cautionary tale of fame gone awry and sexual addiction. This "E! True Hollywood Story" episode features archived footage of his dad, Early Woods, and Tiger’s ex-wife, Elin Nordegren.

  10. Angelina Jolie. Oscar winner, United Nations ambassador, hailed as one of the sexiest women in the world, partner to the man named by People’s Magazine as one of the “sexiest men alive” and now mother to six children, this is an episode that offers a rare and interesting view into the loves and life of Angelina Jolie.

- Elizabeth Stewart