March 1, 2012

Who Do You Think You Are? With Reba McEntire

Season 3 of Who Do You Think You Are? sponsored by Ancestry.com take you all over the world and inside the fascinating family histories of 12 celebrities.

The celebrities that WDYTYA will take on a journey to find their ancestors are Martin Sheen, Marisa Tomei, Blair Underwood, Reba McEntire, Rob Lowe, Helen Hunt, Rita Wilson, Edie Falco, Rashida Jones, Jerome Bettis, Jason Sudeikis and Paula Deen.

I hope you watched Episodes 1, 2 and 3 with Martin Sheen, Marisa Tomei and Blair Underwood. Episode 3 with Blair Underwood was my favorite so far.

Next is Episode 4 on March 2nd with Country Music Singer Reba McEntire who embarks on an ancestral journey to discover how her family came to America. I can't wait!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I liked the episode with Blair Underwood the best too. I thought it was very interesting-especially the link to his French interests!

Anonymous said...

I didn't get to see it as the storms in the area caused the weather stations to prempt it. Is it going to be shown again soon. I love these probrems.

Lorine McGinnis Schulze said...

If you live in USA you can view the past episodes on the NBC site.

Unfortunately for those of us in Canada our laws prohibit us from viewing those tv shows. The fees are too costly for American stations to want to pay to be able to show them to us Canadians.

Peter'sgenealogist said...

I did watch the Reba McEntire segment - and was glad to see that she learned that you cannot judge events in 1635 with 2012 eyes. It was good to see her become emotionally involved with her past. However, I would like to see the program take some "ordinary" person and show what very interesting details come from their past!

Anonymous said...

Actually it can be viewed in Canada throught the City TV website! Each episode is posted for one week.

Thank you City TV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lorine McGinnis Schulze said...

Thanks for letting us know about City TV airing previous episodes of Who Do You Think You Are! I'm bookmarking it now