The tragic and untimely deaths of mother and daughter, Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown, will soon be fully investigated in a new TV series, National Enquirer Investigates.
Houston was found dead in a Beverly Hills, CA hotel bathroom on February 11, 2012. A few short years later, Houston's 22-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was found unresponsive, also in a bathtub, in her Atlanta home. After six months in the hospital under a medically induced coma, Brown ultimately lost her battle to regain consciousness and died on July 26, 2015, according to CNN.
Now, the details surrounding the deaths of both women will be further investigated through a newly developed docu-series, in partnership with REELZ TV network and The National Enquirer, according to Centric. The series, National Enquirer Investigates, plans to live up to the longstanding reputation that The Enquirer has maintained for well over 90 years; by bringing factual and thoroughly investigated information to the public with "the stories that others shy away from," explained Dylan Howard, Enquirer editor-in-chief.
Houston and Brown's death are not the only celebrity stories that the series plans on taking a closer look into. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series premiere, set for May 28, will focus on the death of Marilyn Monroe who was found dead in her home in 1962, from what was declared to be a suicide but, many still questioned whether or not the 36-year-old model/actress was actually murdered.
According to THR, the series will present newly released evidence and a deeper look into some of the suspects from the Monroe death like, The Kennedy family and members of the mob. Other celebrity stories include the deaths and scandals of people like, Elvis Presley, Nicole Brown and "the story behind Charlie Sheen's HIV announcement," as reported by THR.
Watch National Enquirer Investigates on REELZ May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.