Cynthia Nixon is uncovering a family mystery on TLC's Who Do You Think You Are?
On the season premiere, the former Sex and the City star searches for answers about her paternal ancestry and finds a family in torment. The truth soon becomes stranger than fiction when a history of deceit -- and even murder -- slowly reveals itself.
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What's new? What's hot? What's next? TLC's celebrity genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? doesn't give a hoot about the zeitgeist — certainly not when the past is so damn dramatic! Executive producer Lisa Kudrow gives the scoop on the new season (premiering Wednesday at 9/8c), kicking off tonight with a former Sex and the City star making a horrifying discovery...
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Christina Applegate is discovering a side of her family she knows nothing about on TLC's Who Do You Think You Are?
On Tuesday's episode, Applegate wants to learn about her paternal grandmother, a family member whom neither she nor her father ever really knew. From wedding announcements to society notices, Applegate is pretty surprised when she digs deep into her past.
What isn't going wrong in the life of Fiona Wallice? The wildly unethical Web Therapy shrink — played by Lisa Kudrow — is simultaneously dealing with a gay husband (Victor Garber), a straying boyfriend (Alan Cumming) and a mean-ass mom (Lily Tomlin) who started a rival business called Net Therapy and is now making a global killing. Plus, there's an unauthorized, scandalously unflattering musical based on Fiona's life that's heading for Broadway. But there's some good news when the Showtime improv series returns Tuesday, July 23 for Season 3 (11/10c).
Eight of Hollywood's biggest celebs are delving into their family history to find out where they came from on TLC's Who Do You Think You Are?
Originally broadcast on NBC, Who Do You Think You Are? has been given new life by TLC with eight new episodes. Each hour, a different celebrity takes a globe-spanning journey to uncover mysteries about his or her ancestry.
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