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Dr. Oz Admits He and Wife Do It Three Times a Week (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 4th 2011 1:00PM
Billy Bush asks Dr. Mehmet Oz how often he and his wife Lisa have sex on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated). At first, Oz seems reluctant to answer. But then, he warms up to the idea and provides way, way too much information.

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Mindy McCready Breaks Down on 'Dr. Oz' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted May 18th 2010 4:30PM
Troubled country singer Mindy McCready, who's currently in recovery from substance abuse, broke down while recounting the story of a night in jail where she decided to change her ways on 'The Dr. Oz Show' (weekdays, syndicated).

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Dr. Oz's Wife Calls Out Joy Behar for Flirting (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Apr 8th 2010 2:00PM
Dr. Oz's wife jokingly calls out Joy Behar for having a serious case of grabby hands with the good doctor each time he appears on 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated).

"I watch the shows when he's here and every time he's either rubbing your belly, or you're puckering up," said Lisa Oz. "Last time, I think you said, 'Kiss me!' And, you know, I'm getting a little nervous."

Watch the video after the jump.

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Jimmy Fallon looks behind the curtain into the land of Oz

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 3rd 2009 11:24AM
Dr. Mehmet Oz has a new show debuting on September 14 (thanks Oprah!), and the show is going to be taped right next to the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon studio at NBC. Last night he gave Fallon a tour.

Oh, if you're wondering why Fallon is taking off surgical gloves at the start of the tip, he had just given Oz a rectal exam.

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Syndication Ads: Are we hooked on Big Macs, Cheetos and Drugs?

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jun 19th 2008 2:01PM
Oprah WinfreyTV syndication upfront ad sales are brisk, with syndicators expected to sell higher levels of ad inventory, similar to the broadcast networks.

Sales are more than 50% complete, with one syndicator, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, more than 70% sold out of its 2008-09 ad inventory, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

What's it all mean? It means that syndication upfront totals are expected to be around $2.4 billion, up 4.5% from last year.

Maybe one reason is that syndicators are incorporating more product integration into their packages, especially with talk and entertainment shows. Strong categories include packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, movies, and fast food.

Hmmm ... I wonder what they're saying. That TV viewers sit around eating Big Macs, doing drugs, and woofing down Cheetos? Yeah, that can't be right.

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Oprah's new spin-off to be distributed by Sony

by Brad Trechak, posted Jun 16th 2008 8:23AM
Oprah WinfreyIt looks like Oprah is getting in bed with someone else, figuratively speaking. Sony Pictures TV will be distributing her new upcoming spin-off talk show hosted by heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz.

This marks a change from her usual relationship with CBS Television Distribution which distributes her own show as well as the spin-offs involving Doctor Phil and Rachael Ray. Dr. Oz is being perceived by many as a competitor to Dr. Phil, whose host's ethics have recently been in free-fall. CBS is already planning to launch its own spin-off of Doctor Phil called The Doctors.

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Oprah starts her channel on XM today

by Joel Keller, posted Sep 25th 2006 12:02PM
Oprah WinfreySay it's 11 AM; Opie and Anthony's XM show is over and you're looking for something to listen to. So why don't you turn on the channel that's the perfect follow-up: Oprah and Friends!

Yes, kiddies, Oprah and her cabal have started a satellite radio station. But you might have to concentrate hard to actually hear the big O on the channel; according to this article, she will only be on one 30 minute show per week, dishing with her buddy Gayle King about celebrities and whatnot.

What you will hear are the people whose careers O has propped up through her TV show: King, trainer Bob Greene, financial expert Jean Chatsky (mmm... Jean Chatsky), psychologist Dr. Robin Smith, and Dr. Mehmet Oz. Oh, and Maya Angelou gets a show, too (let's hope little Jimmy Norton does a guest shot in an O/O&A crossover). So, it's just like the Oprah show you love, but longer and more self-important. Enjoy!

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