Dr. Mehmet Oz
If you're in an emergency room and think you're about to die, maybe your last wish should be that Dr. Mehmet Oz passes through. It happens to a young man — writhing in agony after his aorta tears — on Thursday's season premiere of NY Med (June 26, 10/9c, ABC). Oz is back in action in the eight-part summer series from ABC News that takes viewers on an emotionally intense journey through New York-Presbyterian and other Manhattan-based hospitals. The show will also cross the Hudson River for a look inside University Hospital, which serves the rough streets of Newark, N.J. NY Med executive producer Terence Wrong offers some insights on what's coming up.
The Young and the Restless was the big winner at Sunday's Daytime Emmy Awards. The CBS soap took home six prizes including Best Drama Series, Best Drama Series Writing Team, Best Lead Actor (Billy Miller), and Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Amelia Heinle).
The awards, hosted by Kathy Griffin, also honored The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which won its eighth trophy for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show, as well as Steve Harvey, who was a winner for Best Game Show Host (Family Feud) and Outstanding Informative Talk Show (The Steve Harvey Show).
Daphne Oz is expecting her first child, The Chew host announced on Instagram Thursday.
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Dr. Mehmet Oz
Celebrity surgeon and daytime host Dr. Mehmet Oz is being sued by a New Jersey man who claims that an insomnia cure promoted on The Dr. Oz Show resulted in third-degree burns on his feet, The New York Daily News reports.
Frank Dietrl, 76, claims in a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that Dr. Oz's "knapsack heated rice footsie" led to...
Oprah Winfrey has been named Forbes' most influential person of 2013, topping their list for the second year in a row.
JR Martinez, Dr. Oz
Former Dancing With the Stars winner J.R. Martinez says his mother got him to snap out of his depression after his horrific accident in Iraq.
In 2003, Martinez was suffered severe burns on more than 34 percent of his body when his Humvee hit a landmine. Martinez underwent 33 surgeries and spent 34 months in the burn center unit of the Brooke Army Medical Center. He later became a motivational speaker which lead to a role on All My Children in 2008 and competing on Dancing in 2011.
Anderson Cooper, Dr. Mehmet Oz
Jeopardy! has assembled Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Oz, among others, for the game show's upcoming Power Players Week.
This year's 15 contestants have collectively accumulated 21 Emmys, eight Peabodys, four Pulitzer Prizes and a Grammy Award, in addition to...
Dr. Oz is down to dance.
The doc made a special appearance on Univision morning show Despierta America and decided to get funky to LMFAO's "I'm Sexy and I Know It." His moves are... well, you'd have to watch the video for yourself to decide.
Check out his boogie below and hit the comments with your thoughts:
Dr. Oz isn't afraid of his detractors. In fact, on Thursday's show, he will confront several of them.
On Thursday's episode, Dr. Oz discusses male health issues with the users of IHateDrOz.com, a website created by men who complain about the influence Dr. Oz has on their wives. In the exclusive clips below, Dr. Oz defends the importance of the lessons his program teaches and teaches hit haters the three different medical tests that every man should have performed.
Pioneers in the talk-show landscape Phil Donahue and Dr. Oz are the final subjects of TV Guide Network's Hollywood Icons and Innovators series.
Donahue, whose eponymous talk show ran from 1970 to 1996, holds the record for the longest continuously running syndicated talk show. He received nine Emmy awards in his broadcasting career. Oz, whose television career began as an expert on The Oprah Winfrey Show, has led the charge — sometimes controversially — in health infotainment.