A profile of Canadian singer Celine Dion, who began singing in public at age 5, made her first recording at 12 and achieved international stardom following the release of “Beauty and the Beast.” Among those interviewed are Dion, Rene Angelil, Jay Leno, Tommy Mottola, Carole King, Randy Jackson and David Foster.
Profiling Farrah Fawcett, “an icon of the '70s” whose roles in “Extremities” and “The Burning Bed” transformed her image from sex symbol to respected actress. Included: her early years in Hollywood and her marriage to Lee Majors; her long-term relationship with Ryan O'Neal.
A history of the TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” which was inspired by the 1992 film. The show debuted in 1997 and produced a spinoff, “Angel.“ Among those commenting are series creator Joss Whedon, Sarah Michelle Gellar, David Boreanaz, Alyson Hannigan, James Marsters and Nicholas Brendon.
A profile of Sandra Bullock. She got her big break with the 1994 action film “Speed” after small film and TV roles, and has maintained a steady career with a number of successful films, including the “Miss Congeniality” comedies.
A profile of Kurt Russell. Included: a stint playing minor-league baseball in the 1970s, followed by a movie career with roles in “Silkwood,” “Escape from New York” and “Swing Shift,” during which he met long-time love Goldie Hawn.
A profile of Ricki Lake includes movie roles, including her 1988 debut in John Waters' “Hairspray.” Also: Lake's long-running daytime talk show and her efforts to maintain a healthy weight through diet and exercise.