Exclusive: Reelz takes viewers into the final hours of Steve Jobs in ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of….Steve Jobs’


SAN FRANCISCO – JUNE 07: Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds the new iPhone 4 after he delivered the opening keynote address at the 2010 Apple World Wide Developers conference June 7, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Jobs kicked off their annual WWDC with the announcement of the new iPhone 4. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Have you ever wanted to know more about Steve Job’s death? Now you can via the latest episode of Reelz’s hit series ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…’.

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Everyone who has ever owned an iPod or an iPhone knows who Steve Jobs is. Whether or not you hate being addicted to needing every new phone, or paying insane amounts of money for a MacBook, you know who Steve Jobs is. The Apple brand has been around since the mid-seventies and was the first company to give people the personal computer. The brand, and Jobs, have been known for making strides in computers, and electronics in general.

Many movies have come out about Jobs, including the famous Jobs, staring Ashton Kutcher playing the experienced businessman. But no one has really gone into the depths of what we all want to know, but never talk about. Not just the elephant in the room, but everywhere for people who knew Jobs. How a man’s life could be taken so young, at the tender age of 56. His death rocked the world, the electronic world, as well as everyone who knew him. Their lives would never be the same.

Declining heath

On October 5, 2011, Jobs died of pancreatic cancer, despite the fact that his cancer not always terminal. Forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter is on the hunt to find out what might have been done to save the technological genius.

“Steve Jobs ignored medical advice, and waited nine months to get the surgery he needed to rid himself of cancer that was growing in his pancreas,” states Dr. Michael Hunter in our exclusive clip from tonight’s new episode of Reelz’s hit series Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… – which looks to explore the death of the tech icon.

9 years prior to when he died, in August of 2004, Steve Jobs went to Stanford University Medical Center and was diagnosed, two weeks later, he was recovering from a surgery. The pancreas, which helps digest food and absorb nutrients, had been cut in half to help rid cancer. With the new problems, the doctors told Jobs to go on a diet of meat and dairy, but since he had been a vegan since his early twenties, it was a challenge.

He had no idea that if he had followed the challenge, and doctor’s advice, he could have lived to see his legacy lived on.

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‘Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…Steve Jobs’ airs Saturday, June 10 at 9/8c, only on REELZ.