Boulevard of Broken Dreams (TV series)

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Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Genre Documentary
Developed by E!
Composer(s) Will Orr (sound mixer)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Executive producer(s) Suzanne Ross
Cinematography Stephen Graham
Editor(s) Timothy Kelley
Jon Baty
Wendy Shuey
Lawrence Curtis
Eric B. Shanks
Running time 22–24 minutes
Original network E! Entertainment Television
Original release January 22 (2007-01-22) – March 12, 2007 (2007-03-12)
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Boulevard of Broken Dreams is an American documentary series that aired the E! television network from January 22 to March 12, 2007. The series focuses on stories about celebrities who have struggled with fame, staged major comebacks after falling from grace, or who met untimely ends.

List of episodes[edit]

  1. Krissy and Niki Taylor/Leif Garrett
  2. Destiny's Child/Jonathan Brandis
  3. Lauryn Hill/Mitch Hedberg
  4. Asia Carrera/Tommy Morrison
  5. Chris Penn/Tara Correa-McMullen
  6. James Frey/Christine Chubbuck
  7. Tom Sizemore/Troy Duffy
  8. Glenn Quinn/Lil' Kim

Niki Taylor lawsuit[edit]

On January 29, 2007, Niki Taylor filed a federal lawsuit charging E! Entertainment with slander and emotional distress for her profile on Boulevard of Broken Dreams.[1] She alleges the producers promised to promote her successes but instead misrepresented her as a failure. "The first episode," the Complaint stated, "... is a false portrayal of Ms. Taylor as being continually plagued by ill fortune and tragedy."[2] The lawsuit indicates the documentary alarmed a cosmetics company with which she was negotiating to start a cosmetics line.[3]


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