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Tonight on TLC’s OutDaughtered, Adam and Danielle Busby find out that leaving the house with six kids is a whole lot tougher than flying the coop with just one. • RELATED: OutDaughtered on TLC: What’s it like to bring up five babies and a big girl? We ask Danielle Busby! Prepping for a much-anticipated family day at the home of Danielle’s sister Ashley, the pair discover that just getting out the door with enough diapers, wipes, bottles and places to park baby butts is a major undertaking — never mind getting everyone (and everything) loaded into the van. But, in an earlier interview, Danielle told us her helpful hubby mastered … Continue reading
The past few months, and seemingly out of nowhere, states like North Carolina in particular have stirred up outrage over their laws regarding transgender bathroom use. This week, the Obama Administration weighed in on transgender bathroom usage in public schools, and colleges and universities that accept federal funds. The Departments of Justice and Education sent a joint letter to schools, directing them to provide access to suitable facilities, like bathrooms and locker rooms, that match their chosen gender identity. Jazz Jennings, the high-profile transgender youth advocate who appears in TLC’s reality series I Am Jazz, offered a personal response yesterday via … Continue reading
TLC is celebrating Mother’s Day with dads — a quintet of single fathers looking for ladies who will love their kids as much as they do. And love them, too. The net’s new series Single Dad Seeking features the diverse dads taking a shot at love with women who want to be moms but haven’t found the right man to make it so. Getting to know one another via months of phone calls, video chats, text and email, the matchmaker-paired couples finally agree to take the next step, moving in together for a trial run at their happily ever after. Meet the seekers: Jason … Continue reading
OutDaughtered stars Danielle and Adam Busby always knew they were meant to be parents. Both adored children, kids loved them right back, and Danielle dreamed of being a stay-at-home mom with her own large and loving brood. So the Louisiana-born couple were stunned to discover they had problems conceiving. A year of fertility treatments resulted in a beautiful daughter they called Blayke, and, three years later, Danielle and Adam decided to take one more shot at expanding their family. Embarking on the same fertility regiment that brought her little Blayke, Danielle became pregnant just two months later. And so began an adventure even the baby-loving Busbys could … Continue reading
There’s a lot going on tonight in the medium world including a chance to win a reading with Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo. First, Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry gets some company when Theresa Caputo takes on Hollywood in a live two-hour event on TLC beginning at 8pmET/7pmCT. Some of the celebs getting personal readings from Theresa include Lisa Joyner, who is host of TLC’s new Long Lost Family (which premieres tonight at 10pm), and her hubby actor/director Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men). “My father was my everything,” Joyner expressed in a preview clip. Theresa is able to share … Continue reading
A new season of Who Do You Think You Are? premieres Sunday, April 3 at 9/8 CT on TLC. Is there a scandal in Scott Foley’s past? What gentle people can claim Katey Sagal among their own? Is Brat Packer Molly Ringwald really Swedish royalty? These celebs and others delve into the secrets hidden in the branches of their family trees during a new spring season of TLC’s popular genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are? The series, executive produced by Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky and sponsored by Ancestry, has already connected a host of famous folks — including Jim Parsons, Bryan … Continue reading
Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta will feature the series’ first transgender bride-to-be this Friday at 9/8CT on TLC. Precious Davis, an award-winning diversity expert, social justice facilitator and performance artist who currently serves as the assistant director of diversity recruitment initiatives for Columbia College in Chicago — the first woman of color to hold the position — arrives at Bridals by Lori with a challenge for Robin, Lori and Monte. In the episode, the classically beautiful Precious seeks the perfect gown for her 1,000-guest, royalty-themed wedding at the University of Chicago’s Rockefeller Chapel. With her “chosen family” members Kenneth and Chadwick in tow, Precious hopes … Continue reading
Theresa Caputo shares some genuine tears with an Orlando couple in tonight’s new episode of Long Island Medium on TLC at 9pmET. Last week’s star–studded premiere of Long Island Medium was the highest rated and most-watched season premiere in four seasons (Jan. 3 marked the midseason premiere of the second half of Season 6). In tonight’s episode (Jan. 10), Theresa surprises a couple from Orlando who share their heartbreaking story. A British woman named Adele tells how her son Warren was in Orlando on a business trip when she got a call from one of his colleagues who expressed concern … Continue reading
Though it’s best known for a myriad of oddly addictive reality shows and specials, TLC gets artsy this Thanksgiving eve with its star-studded hourlong special Broadway at the White House. Hosts Matthew Morrison (currently starring in Finding Neverland) and longtime Broadway favorite Kristin Chenoweth join First Lady Michelle Obama as they welcome a group of specially chosen high-school students for a once-in-a-lifetime, all-day symposium at the White House focusing on careers in theater. • MORE: See First Lady Michelle Obama address the Broadway at the White House audience here With the help of current Broadway performers, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue transforms into a space for students to nurture … Continue reading
He’s no Mr. Congeniality, but Bill Alverson has one impressive track record. The prominent Alabama attorney and brutally frank pageant coach is the subject of TLC’s new docu/reality series Coach Charming. “The last four Miss Americas were girls I knew personally. Worked with, developed and coached. They won,” Alverson boasts in the first episode. “But there is a common denominator, and that would be me.” You get it fast. This guy’s got one incredible ego, but it’s completely entertaining. Coach Charming turns the spotlight away from the beauty surrounding pageants and focuses on the brains — that would be Alverson, … Continue reading