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Jeremy Kyle Talks About Bringing His Talk Show to America (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Dec 12th 2011 8:40PM
'The Jeremy Kyle Show' has been such a hit in the UK since it debuted in 2005 that it just couldn't be contained to one continent. His show came to American audiences in 2010, and on Monday Kyle stopped by 'Good Day NY' (weekdays 9AM ET on Fox), where he transitioning to the U.S "We've managed to bring it, I think, you know, the concept of it and do it absolutely the same, but the guests, I would say, and the audience are a bit more expressive," he explained. "They're louder!"

At first glance, Kyle's show looks a lot like 'The Jerry Springer Show,' but he takes the conflict a step further. Rosanna asked Kyle about how the show tries to help the guests. "Talk is talk, these stories are the stories," he told her. "But we do provide with Guest Support with [Dr.] Janet Taylor, we do try to provide an end. But it is, you know, it is conflict."

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Lisa Oz Addresses the 'Don't Let Your Babies Watch TV' Study

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 19th 2011 7:00PM
As a mother of four, Lisa Oz, wife of Dr. Oz and author of the best-selling series 'YOU: The Owner's Manual,' deals with regulating her kids' TV consumption every day. On 'Good Day NY' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox) she addressed the issue of how much and what kind of TV kids should be watching, after a study from the American Academy of Pediatricians said that children under two years old should not watch any TV at all.

First, they tackled an interview Michelle Obama gave to ivillage, where she talked about letting Sasha and Malia watch the 'Kardashians'. While Oz thought the girls were a bit young for the show, she agreed that he best way to deal with provocative subjects on TV is to ask children what they think about what they're watching. "It can be a precautionary tale. It doesn't have to be an example," she said.

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'Read Between the Lines' Puts Malcolm-Jamal Warner Back in a Family Sitcom (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 10th 2011 5:45PM
Malcolm-Jamal Warner grew up in one of TV's most iconic families in his role as Theo Huxtable on 'The Cosby Show.' Now, all these years later, after a cameo on 'Community' and a bevy of other projects, Warner is back to tackling the family sitcom. He stopped by 'Good Day NY' (weekdays, (9AM ET on Fox) to preview his new show 'Read Between the Lines.'

Warner doesn't shy away from the 'Cosby Show' comparisons, although he was careful to say that trying to recreate it would be foolish. But he did say the show was striving to capture that same "sense of universality, that sense of positive family values and family love, and a couple that's actually happily married."

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What Beau Bridges Learned from Legendary Coach John Wooden (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 30th 2011 6:15PM
Beau Bridges on coach John Wooden on 'Good Day New York'In his new NBC movie, 'Game Time: Tackling the Past,' Beau Bridges plays Frank Walker, a small town high school football coach. You could make the case that it's a role for which he's spent a lifetime preparing, as evidenced by his interview on 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox). Bridges' dad coached his teams growing up, and Bridges has five kids, and said he has coached all of their teams, as well.

He also learned a lot in college, where he played for a year under legendary coach John Wooden, who coached the UCLA men's basketball team to ten championships in twelve years. He shared some of Wooden's pyramid of success, which he developed as an English teacher. "The pyramid being these blocks of character elements that you need to find success," said Bridges. "To coach, success wasn't about winning, it was finding piece of mind."

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And Now, Wendy Williams Talks About Eating Garbage (VIDEO)

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 26th 2010 3:09PM
Good Day NYI don't know if listening to Wendy Williams talk about eating garbage is your cup of tea, but if you came here from Google searching for "Wendy Williams" and "eating garbage," welcome!

This happened on 'Good Day NY' (weekday mornings, check local listings). The talk show host explains that eating from the sidewalk is cleaner than eating from the garbage. She says "believe it or not" but I don't have a hard time believing it. (Note: no actual garbage-eating occurs in this clip.)

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