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WHAT HAPPENED, BRITTANY MURPHY? documentary series to air on BINGE

The highly anticipated two-part documentary What Happened, Brittany Murphy? will premiere both episodes 7 November on BINGE.

Directed by Emmy®-nominated Cynthia Hill (Private Violence) the documentary explores the mysterious death of actress Brittany Murphy.

Murphy was a captivating actress as effervescent on-screen as she was off. She was a rising star whose movies including 8 Mile and Clueless stand the test of time. Tragically in 2009, Murphy’s premature passing ended her promising career, while the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death quickly became an easy target for speculation and conspiracy theories. 

Featuring new archival footage and interviews with those closest to Murphy,the documentary series goes beyond the tabloid rumors to examine the impact of Hollywood’s sexism on her struggles. As well as lingering concerns about her relationship with husband Simon Monjack. 

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What Happened, Brittany Murphy? is executive produced by Emmy®-winner Jason Blum, Chris McCumber, and Jeremy Gold for Blumhouse, Mary Lisio (The People v. The Klan, Pray Away) and James Buddy Day (Fall River). The docuseries is produced by Blumhouse Television (The Jinx, Sharp Objects) and Pyramid Productions (Fall River produced with Blumhouse Television).

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