Dr. Drew Pinsky
In a mission launched by "Extra" to find answers from the world's leading experts, Dr. Drew Pinsky is now taking his show, "Dr. Drew's Lifechangers," to a new level this fall on The CW!
"It's about me interacting with people in such ways that change their lives," Dr. Drew explained to "Extra" host Mario Lopez.
A few new exciting shows are making their way to the fall TV line up -- welcome "Lifechangers" and "H8R"!
Addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky will host "Lifechangers," airing on the CW. Drew explains the origins of the lifestyle show to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli. "If you're an 'Extra' fan, you've seen this show cultivated and sort of developing on 'Extra' for years and we have some of the world's best experts."
"We're gonna be using 'Lifechangers' from all aspects of what's important in one's life, whether it's health, finance, beauty, romance, security, food, or nutrition," the doc explained. Check out "Lifechangers," premiering September 19 at 3:00 PM!
Casey Anthony finally surfaced in Ohio after two weeks of self-imposed exile since her acquittal in the murder of two-year-old daughter Caylee. The 25-year-old was spotted sipping on a Starbucks drink and browsing in a local Old Navy store.
The brand new photo of Anthony shows the tot mom has put on a few extra pounds, sparking massive Internet speculation that she could be pregnant.
Singer Amy Winehouse, who was found dead in her London apartment Saturday, apparently tried to contact Dr. Drew Pinsky in her final days.
During his weekly call on KROQ, an L.A. radio station, the addiction expert told the morning show host Kevin and Bean the late singer tried to call him.
"I found out yesterday that, believe it or not, she was trying to contact me -- which was weird," explained Dr. Drew.
Beginning September 19, Lifechangers is getting its own show, hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky!
Dr. Drew Pinsky and Walk with Walgreens spokeswoman Christine Kubisztal headed to The Grove to sign people up for the National Walking Program, an initiative by Walgreens to encourage people to get up and get moving.
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Addiction specialist and "Extra" Lifechanger Dr. Drew Pinsky says Congressman Anthony Weiner's decision to enter treatment in the wake of his cyber sexting scandal is "good news for the Congressman and his wife. Treatment can often save marriages in situations like this and get them to a very good place, provided both partners participate."
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"Extra" caught up with Dr. Drew Pinsky and asked him what advice he'd give former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver as they struggle with their marriage.
"It's troublesome for people who've been betrayed to say 'I need treatment'," said Dr. Drew. "When both members of the couple work in treatment, they end up in a very good place. You'd be surprised; it can work out."