Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010. That was the day CBS aired a 60 Minutes report on Marilu Henner's rare condition — highly superior autobiographical memory (HSAM) — that gives her the ability to remember everything. Only six known people in the world have it, and after the special aired, "everything changed," Henner tells TVGuide.com.
Curiosity piqued, she's participating in more studies, she's writing a book, and the biggest change of all, she has a new gig: as a consultant on CBS' new show Unforgettable. Starring Poppy Montgomery as Carrie Wells, a New York City cop with ...
Some 14.78 million people watched Diane Sawyer's Sunday interview with Jaycee Dugard, who was kidnapped, raped and held prisoner for 18 years, in a special two-hour edition of Primetime — the biggest summer viewership for a newsmagazine in seven years.
The California woman's story is a compellingly harrowing tale: Just 11 when she was taken by Phillip and Nancy Garrido, she repeatedly was abused and gave birth to two children as a result of rape. Now 31, she has written a memoir titled A Stolen Life that's being published Tuesday ...
Jaycee Dugard says she didn't know she was pregnant when she gave birth to her first child.
"I didn't know I was in labor," she told Diane Sawyer on Primetime. "I was still ... locked at that time. Just scared."
Dugard, who was kidnapped at age 11 in 1991 and ...
What death slot? Fringe's Friday debut proved to be a ratings success, helping Fox top the night in the coveted adults-18-to-49 demographic.
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Fringe delivered 4.9 million viewers and a 1.9 in the demo, slightly above its fall average of 1.8 and up 12 percent from ...
Living with a Colombian wife and her son, Jay's horizons broaden every day, but tonight it's apparent that the phrase "like riding a bike" means nothing to them — because they don't know how. So while Jay teaches them what to him feels like an American birthright, Claire is driven to distraction by a person speeding through the Dunphys' neighborhood; and Mitchell and Cameron are just plain distracted by the New Agey, hot-tubbing and frequently shirtless guy (James Marsden) who moved in upstairs. — Joe Friedrich
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