You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?
Joan accepts a leading role on a new film despite her deteriorating health; faced with a new rival, Bette reflects on her misplaced feud with Joan.
With production of “Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte” underway, the feud is intensified when Joan learns of a new producer on the project; Bette reveals her vulnerabilities to Bob in an unguarded moment.
Hungry for another hit, Warner pressures Aldrich to bring the original team back together for a follow-up horror film; someone from Joan’s past poses a threat.
And the Winner Is… (The Oscars of 1963)
Bette is on track to win a record-breaking third Best Actress Oscar and Joan and Hedda launch a clandestine campaign against her.
More, or Less
On the eve of its release, bad word-of-mouth plagues Baby Jane; Bette and Joan brace for failure; Pauline tries to break gender barriers; and Oscar nominations are announced.
As the production of Baby Jane reaches its climax, the feud becomes physical. Also: Bette’s relationship with her daughter becomes strained when she bonds with a new cast member and Joan reveals an intimate detail about her past.
The Other Woman
Bette and Joan form an alliance as “Baby Jane” starts filming, but outside forces intervene.
Cast aside by Hollywood, screen legends Joan Crawford and Bette Davis battle ageism, sexism and each other when they sign up to make “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?”