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Grammy and Emmy winner Harry Connick Jr. enters the daytime genre with this lighthearted show that puts the focus on family-friendly entertainment rather than the conflict-driven topics of other daytime fare. Connick's stated goal is to "bring the party back to daytime" through a format reminiscent of popular variety shows of yesteryear. Regular segments on "Harry" include man-on-the-street interviews, stunts, audience participation and -- of course -- musical performances, because you can't have a Harry Connick Jr.-hosted show without music. The hour-long series includes a hefty dose of comedy, with brothers Justin and Eric Stangel among the executive producers -- a position they previously held on "Late Show With David Letterman."

Latest episodes

aired 1,261 days ago
Eric McCormack ("Travelers"); Harry tries to be a Rockette; Gretchen Mol ("Manchester by the Sea"); Harry sings "Silent Night."
aired 1,262 days ago
Megan Mullally ("Why Him?"); making travel easy; Rao's owner Frank Pelligrino Jr. shares a holiday dish; Harry performs "O Holy Night."
aired 1,263 days ago
Keegan-Michael Key ("Why Him?"); Ali Wentworth ("Nightcap"); Harry spotlights women who empower others and make a difference in their communities; Harry sings "I'll Be Home for Christmas."
aired 1,264 days ago
Patti LaBelle ("Patti LaBelle's Place"); Jessie Graff ("American Ninja Warrior"); Mark Ballas ("Jersey Boys") and wife BC Jean; creating a stunning holiday table using items from around the house; Jackie Evancho performs.
aired 1,265 days ago
Theresa Caputo ("Long Island Medium"); Sandra Lee prepares holiday dishes; Serayah ("Empire"); Harry sings "When My Heart Finds Christmas."
aired 1,268 days ago
Tim Daly ("Madam Secretary"); Harry takes over a mom's responsibilities for the day; foodie gifts; Sarah McLachlan performs.
aired 1,269 days ago
Rapper 50 Cent; Alfonso Herrera ("The Exorcist"); "Will Harry Eat It?: Holiday Edition"; Harry performs "Frosty the Snowman."
aired 1,270 days ago
Andy Cohen ("Watch What Happens Live," book "Superficial"); Kyle Richards ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"); last-minute holiday gifts; Train performs.
aired 1,271 days ago
Benjamin Bratt ("Star"); Jacob Latimore ("Collateral Beauty"); chef Phillip Foss shares inventive dishes; Harry performs "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town."
aired 1,272 days ago
Jeffrey Dean Morgan ("The Walking Dead"); Kevin Nealon ("Man With a Plan"); comic Bridget Everett; gadgets to take the stress out of getting ready for the holiday season; Aaron Neville performs.
aired 1,275 days ago
Elizabeth Hurley and son Damian Hurley; extreme couponing; Todrick Hall (Broadway's "Kinky Boots"); dog expert Victoria Stilwell.
aired 1,276 days ago
Jonathan and Drew Scott ("The Property Brothers"); Bellamy Young ("Scandal"); teens changing the world; Harry spotlights women who make a difference in their communities.
aired 1,277 days ago
Shemar Moore ("The Bounce Back"); Matt Czuchry ("Gilmore Girls"); the year's must-have toys; Judge Harry presides over audience members' cases; Jon Batiste ("The Late Show With Stephen Colbert") performs.
aired 1,278 days ago
NFL star Tim Tebow (book "Shaken"); Buddy Valastro ("Cake Boss") shows how to make a Santa cake; Harry spotlights women who make a difference in their communities; Jordan Smith ("The Voice") performs.
aired 1,279 days ago
Patricia Heaton ("The Middle"); Meathead Goldwyn tells how to make a perfect roast; Meredith Hagner ("Search Party"); Miss Piggy and Harry perform.
aired 1,282 days ago
TV and radio host Ryan Seacrest; bungee exercise; Harry performs "City Beneath the Sea."
aired 1,283 days ago
Rachel Bloom ("Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"); Nico Tortorella ("Younger"); gifts for everyone in the family.
aired 1,284 days ago
Actress Jamie Lynn Sigler; Mario Batali ("The Chew"); must-have toys for the holiday season.
aired 1,289 days ago
Renée Zellweger ("Bridget Jones's Baby"); Anthony Anderson ("blackish"); a marching-band keyboardist's fierce and intense facial expressions during performances have taken the Internet by storm.
aired 1,290 days ago
Singer Kim Burrell; Harry answers viewers' questions; furry, feathered and four-legged friends.
aired 1,291 days ago
Christina Hendricks ("Bad Santa 2"); Ryan Seacrest; getting the best deals this shopping season; Harry takes on teen rock-climbing prodigy Kai Lightner.

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