NBC aired three seasons of the genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are? before canceling it last year. Now it looks like the show is getting a second chance, as TLC has reportedly picked it up for a new season, which will debut in July.
Maybe Lisa Kudrow’s producing credits give the series some serious celebrity clout and maybe people are just excited about learning a little history, but, Season 3’s lineup for Who Do You Think You Are? looks pretty spectacular. Jerome Bettis, Paula Deen. Edie Falco, Helen Hunt, Rashida Jones, Rob Lowe, Reba McEntire, Martin Sheen, Jason Sudeikis, Marisa Tomei, Blair Underwood, and Rita Wilson are all on the schedule for the upcoming season, which will air through the spring.
Who Do You Think You Are? could be considered a disappointment, depending on who you talk to, but it’ll still return...
You’ll definitely recognize the names on this list set to appear in Season 2 of NBC's Who Do You Think You Are?. Two of them are in the upcoming film Country Strong, one stars in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and another was recently seen on ABC’s Desperate Housewives.
It seems NBC’s gotten all of their ducks in a row as far as the 2010 fall schedule, at least for now (there’s plenty of time for things to get shuffled around). Read on to see what the typical week is going to look like for the Peacock.
If you’ve been enjoying some of NBC’s new midseason series, you’ll be happy to know that the peacock has picked up Who Do You Think You Are?, Minute to Win It and The Marriage Ref for its 2010-2011 season.
NBC’s exploring the world of ancestry research with their new reality series Who Do You Think You Are?. Executive produced by Lisa Kudrow, each episode follows a different celebrity as they trace their roots and discover new things about their ancestors.
This Friday night, NBC will premiere the first episode of their new series Who Do You Think You Are, which follows a different celebrity each episode as they explore their genealogy. Details and video clips ahead!
Today, NBC posted their updated post-Olympic schedule, which includes the series premieres of Parenthood, The Marriage Ref, Minute to Win It and Who Do You Think You Are? The lineup also includes the return of Fright Night Lights, which is set to premiere on April 30th.