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It will follow the personal journeys of families that are about to experience an extraordinary circumstance on live TV, as well as capture the inspiring, shocking and emotional moments from real life.
“Who Do You Think You Are?” follows celebrities as they embark on personal journeys of self-discovery to trace their family trees. Recent seasons have featured “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling, “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston, “Glee” alum Lea Michele and ’80s icon Molly Ringwald. The series is executive Produced by Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky.
“Long Lost Family” features the stories of people who have suffered a lifetime of separation from their family members. The series reunites those separated by adoption, uncovers secrets behind unsolved mysteries, and helps individuals answer lifelong questions. This past season reunited several family members in emotional meetings, including a mother and a daughter who actually worked together and did not realize they were related. The series is hosted by Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner, who
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Maybe we need to think of the John Hughes-scripted film as Gen X's own "Casablanca." The ending makes more sense if you think of Duckie (Jon Cryer) as Humphrey Bogart, letting the woman he loves (Molly Ringwald's Andie) go off with the dull-but-decent guy (Andrew McCarthy's Blane) because he's finally admitted to himself that he's a chivalrous romantic who values her happiness above his own. Yeah, it's a stretch, but it's just one of many interpretations to spin out of this Hughes classic.
In honor of the film turning the big three-0, here are 15 surprising facts about the best movie ever named after a Psychedelic Furs song.
1. Hughes wrote the role of Andie Walsh for Ringwald, but even though she'd starred in his
Hosted by Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner -- both adoptees who have searched for their own biological families -- each episode of Long Lost Family features the stories of two people or families hoping to find what they are looking for. Watch the Long Lost Family season one trailer, below.
Sarah Trigger, Cryer's wife from 1999 to 2004 and the mother of their son, Charlie, claims that her current child support amount is not sufficient (as reported by TMZ). The current deal between the exes, set in 2010, specifies that Trigger gets $8000 each month in order to care for 13-year-old Charlie.
Why have things changed now? According to Trigger, she only had custody of Charlie about 4 percent of the time in 2010. Now, she has him half of the time. Because of the increase in childcare time, she wants more money.
Furthering the woman's argument in all of this is the lifestyle she claims is standard at Charlie's high-end private school, The Buckley School.
By Susannah Gora
Matthew Broderick, Macauley Culkin, Ally Sheedy, Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, Jon Cryer and Anthony Michael Hall
Photo: Mark Ralston/ Afp/ Getty Images
At the touching tribute to John Hughes during the Oscars on Sunday (March 8), the late filmmaker was honored by many of the actors who starred in his unforgettable movies about young people. As Ferris Bueller would say, "Life moves pretty fast," and indeed, decades have passed since these actors' iconic Hughesian roles. Here, a look at what some of Hughes's former protegees are up to now:
Molly Ringwald - Hughes's greatest muse, Ringwald was unforgettable as the lead in his directorial debut "Sixteen Candles," as the popular princess in "The Breakfast Club" and as the noble girl from the wrong side of the tracks in "Pretty in Pink.
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