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Dr. Phillip C. McGraw's show draws on his 25 years of experience in psychology, sociology and observation. Beginning his TV career as the resident expert on human behavior on Oprah Winfrey's daily talk show, Dr. Phil continues to deal with real issues in his blunt style.
In Savannah, Ga., the Cryer family is the enviable face of success and wealth. At least that's how it appears from the outside. But within the walls of the family's opulent mansion, dysfunction and double lives threaten to destroy the Cryers' world of privilege. The family's patriarch, Jim, is a powerful judge with political ambitions that are put at risk by his double life that includes affairs with high-priced escorts. Jim's wife, Katheryn, is willing to do whatever it takes to protect her family's status while playing the role of a loving and dutiful wife. Son Wyatt is a troubled jock who continuously goes in and out of rehab, and daughter Amanda is a struggling law student who has unknowingly befriended a woman, Candace Young, who has the power to ruin the entire family and also happens to be the estranged daughter of the Cryers' maid, Hanna. When manipulative Candace realizes that she is Jim's escort, she sees that as an opportunity of a lifetime.
Iyanla Vanzant is an accomplished author and inspirational speaker who tries to help others improve their lives. She uses her past, in which she had to overcome obstacles and personal struggles to become stronger, in order to help others improve their futures. Secrets are revealed, truths uncovered and emotions let out as Vanzant teaches people how to pull back the curtain on what isn't working in their lives in order to fix those problems.
Based on the easy living principles found on the popular website homemadesimple.com, this series features solutions to everyday domestic challenges. A team of experts -- led by the show's host -- works with families to simplify their homes and lives by tackling around-the-house DIY projects, providing money-saving decorating tips, creating quick-and-easy meals, and much more. The creative and fresh ideas not only help shrink that to-do list but also transform a tired house into a home, sweet home.
"Family or Fiancé" follows the dynamics between eight engaged couples who bring their disapproving families together under one roof. The families only spend three days with each other, and the clock is ticking as the couples decide if they're going to tie the knot. Serving as the voice of reason in this chaotic time is relationship expert Tracy McMillan as she works to help the families confront their concerns. McMillan works with these newly engaged couples to strengthen their bond, air their differences, and reveal their true selves to their families. At the end of the third day, families are given their chance to speak. When that ends, the couples then have to make the ultimate choice -- "I do" or "I don't."
This inspirational series features programs that nourish the mind, body and spirit while offering insights into living one's best life. "Super Soul Sunday" explores issues that include spirituality, the afterlife and personal fulfillment. A regular feature of the program is Oprah's Soul Series, a series of in-depth conversations between the former talk show host and some of the most recognized spiritual thinkers of our time. Other segments of the show include feature-length documentaries and short-form content.
"Queen Sugar" tells the story of the estranged Bordelon siblings in Louisiana. At the center of the family are Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, the wife and manager of an NBA player; and formerly incarcerated father Ralph Angel, who is searching for redemption. Following a tragedy in the family, the siblings must put their complicated lives aside so that they can come together to run the clan's struggling sugar cane farm. Also involved in the farm are Aunt Violet and family friend Remy Newell.
An unscripted dating series from a male perspective is coming to the screens. "Ready to Love" features successful black men and women in their 30s and 40s as they go through the steps of courtship. These men and women are looking for everlasting love. The men bring their observations and experiences to the forefront as they search for true love. Thomas "Nephew Tommy" Miles hosts the show.
John Gray, an associate pastor at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, is known for a larger-than-life sense of humor that helps him connect with people and makes him different than traditional preachers. This series profiles John and wife Aventer as they, through their ministry, work to help people overcome life's challenges as John struggles with his own obstacles as a husband and father, in addition to dealing with his diabetes. John isn't the only one helping people on this reality show, which also showcases Aventer as she brings her motherly touch to the ministry and assists people in her own way.
Are there secrets methods to making a marriage work? By highlighting honest, emotional and sometimes awkward love stories from the black community, this docuseries tries to answer that question. Featured couples include Oscar winner Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon, Hollywood power couple Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin, actress/model Tia Mowry and husband/actor Cory Hardrict, Grammy nominated recording artist Shanice and husband Flex Alexander, gospel singer Erica Campbell and husband/music producer Warryn Campbell, and many others. By telling their stories and showing what lifelong love looks like, these duos offer proof that while it can happen for anyone, it certainly isn't easy.
Mia and Rozonno McGhee are high-school sweethearts who married and now run a business while raising a family ... a sizable family. The McGhees are the parents of sextuplets, the first to be born in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio. The family found fame on the Internet after Mia posted a photo online, which became a viral sensation. This series follows the McGhees' busy lives as they navigate life with six small children and a number of people who help the parents in the daunting task. Mia and Rozonno likely need all the help they can get with their six kids quickly growing.
Three high-powered African-American couples come together to help the thriving city of Huntsville, Ala., continue to grow in "Love & Marriage: Huntsville." The couples are longtime friends and avid socialites with very strong points of view. They help the town grow with their real estate venture, the Comeback Group, as they strive to face the realities of love and marriage while striving for success.
In "Black Women OWN the Conversation," thought leaders and celebrities discuss important issues with 100 black women. Journalist Carlos Watson hosts the panelists and black women across four episodes focusing on love and relationships, motherhood, beauty, and mind, body and soul. The panelists include voting rights activist Stacey Abrams, model Winnie Harlow, actresses Tina Lifford and Ryan Michelle Bathe, singer Monica, comics Nicole Byer and Dulcé Sloan, and California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.
Noted radio host and author (and star of another OWN show, "In the Bedroom") Dr. Laura Berman brings her radio show to TV with this hourlong program, highlighted by the lively, no-holds-barred discussions Berman has with her callers. Topics range from sex and intimacy to family and relationships. The sex educator with more than 20 years of experience offers advice that is grounded in real-world experience. Among the topics discussed are snooping spouses, walking away from a relationship and bedroom blunders.
Created by Jamey Giddens and produced by Will Packer, "Ambitions" is a multigenerational family saga that explores love, power and politics in Atlanta. It centers around lawyer Stephanie Carlisle, the wife of Atlanta Mayor Evan Lancaster, and her rivalry with Amara Hughes, a prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's Office who has just arrived in Atlanta with her husband, Titus. Stephanie and Amara used to be best friends who find themselves combatants in both their personal and professional lives. Stephanie's ambitious husband, Evan Lancaster, dreams of being Georgia's first African-American governor and will do anything to get there. Amara's husband, Titus, is the in-house counsel for a big pharmaceutical company fighting a class-action suit brought by Stephanie's powerful family.