This weekend Sunday Night has three very different stories.
Adalia and Meghan are two beautiful and courageous young girls who are growing up way too fast.
Both have a rare and fatal genetic condition called Progeria, a disease that causes rapid ageing – 10-times faster than normal. Their life expectancy is very short, usually only into the mid-teens. But, as Sunday Night’s Steve Pennells reports, they are making every second of their short lives count. And the good news is, there’s now hope for a cure.
He was the world’s highest paid actor. Hollywood royalty with a raft of impressive movie credits to his name. But then Charlie Sheen quite literally lost the plot. It was one of the most bizarre and public meltdowns ever – a total train wreck – and we couldn’t stop watching. But now the new and improved Charlie is back – older, wiser and keen to explain what drove him off the rails. Reporter Matt Doran went fishing for answers.
They not only look the part, they’re the real deal. Muscle-bound gangsters covered head to toe in tattoos. The more intimidating the better. They’re known as Insta-gangsters. And they’re turning infamy into cold hard cash – becoming everything from fashion models to music stars. But are they really the role models we want for our kids?
8:15pm Sunday on Seven