The hit show “Person of Interest” will return for its third season next week on CBS. There’s some fresh blood on the show: Sarah Shahi has joined the cast as a series regular. She visited us on The Couch to talk about her role on the show as a former assassin.
In a new weekly segment on The Couch called “Couch Calls,” we answer health questions sent in to the show by our viewers. It’s our take on the old-fashioned doctor “house calls.”
About 50 million Americans face hunger every day — a problem that can seem overwhelming. But there are ways to make a difference. Just ask Lauren Bush Lauren. The model, designer and niece to former President George W. Bush visited The Couch to talk to us about one event taking place in New York City this weekend, aiming to combat hunger.
We’ve seen a bit of a boy band resurgence in recent years — groups like the Backstreet Boys are kicking off new tours and *NSYNC reunited, albeit briefly, at the recent VMAs. One boy band star, Drew Lachey of 98 Degrees, stopped by The Couch to talk about the group’s reunion — and one of his non-musical endeavors.
A new fitness craze is taking over the city. Pedal NYC Fitness Boutique’s 30/30 class involves spinning and TRX. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis reports on the new exercise trend from the Upper West Side.
As it turns out, Goddard’s own life was marked by her family’s own paternity struggle — and is joined in this by fellow Couch guest host and veteran newswoman Jodi Applegate.
Relationship expert Kailen Rosenberg is the author of new book “Real Love, Right Now: A Love Architect’s 30 Day Blueprint For Finding Your Soulmate.” ‘Real Love, Right Now’ lays out a foolproof, step-by-step, 30-day plan that will give you the very best shot at emotional and romantic fulfillment.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio emerged as the surprising top choice in the Democratic mayoral primary, but could still face weeks and another electoral fight before becoming his party’s nominee. Political analysts Keli Goff and Dan Gersteen joined us to discuss Tuesday’s election.
Before they became history’s greatest band, the Beatles were just four boys from Liverpool with dreams — and more than a little bit of talent. Larry Kane was there at the very beginning of the Beatles meteoric rise to fame, with incredible access to the band.
The ladies mix business and pleasure in pursuit of the perfect meal and the perfect mate. In the ultra-competitive culinary world, this tight-knit circle of friends must support each other or else risk eating each other alive.
There’s a new member of the CBS family — and it’s royalty. Queen Latifah’s new talk show debuts next Monday. She stopped by The Couch to fill us in on what we can expect from the new series.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip to Vinegar Hill Brooklyn, a neighborhood on the verge. She toured the navy yard and studied the neighborhood’s history before indulging her sweet tooth on some of New York’s best chocolate.
The three day series is called “Under the Influence” and Brian celebrates the musicians and their songs that have shaped him and influenced him as a performer. He will sing songs from such idols as Steve Winwood, Billy Joel, Joe Jackson, Phil Collins, Squeeze and more.
Most folks associate Napa and Sonoma with the wine industry, but what many don’t know is that there are other regions in the country with thriving wineries well worth the visit. Orbitz senior editor Jeanenne Tonatore joined us to fill us in on some suggestions for a wine getaway this fall.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip below Canal Street to TriBeCa. She took in the architecture, absorbed the culture, and sampled the food and you can check out her entire trip by pressing play on the videos below.