10:52 PM EDT 10/06/2014
Originally posted 08/16/2011 12:30PM
George and Cindy Anthony are about to break their silence.
Casey Anthony's parents will appear on the season premiere of The Dr. Phil Show on Sept. 12 – and the tough TV psychologist says he's not pulling any punches.
"Cindy and George have suffered a horrific loss with the untimely death of their granddaughter Caylee, and they have since endured an unprecedented public attack on their family," says Dr. Phil in a statement. "Have these attacks been warranted, or not? I looked them straight in the eye and asked some very tough questions. Nothing is off limits during this interview."
Originally posted 04/03/2011 12:30PM
Dr. Phil is getting one special birthday present.
His TV producer son Jay McGraw and wife Erica are expecting their second child. The two are already parents to daughter Avery Elizabeth, 1.
Erica, who, along with her sisters Nicole and Jaclyn, is known as a "Dahm triplet," and Jay, 31, executive producer of The Doctors, made the announcement officially on television's Dr. Phil show.
"Robin and I are thrilled Jay and Erica are expecting again," Dr Phil tells PEOPLE, "and the due date is my birthday – Sep. 1. Avery has been getting us into tiptop babysitting shape."
Originally posted 12/14/2005 08:00AM
A Charlotte, N.C., man wanted on a bigamy charge was arrested after a woman watching Monday's episode of the Dr. Phil show about the case saw two pictures of the man – and recognized her sister's boyfriend of the past eight months.
Originally posted 09/29/2004 03:25PM
Dr. Phil McGraw, accompanied by his wife Robin, sat down with President and Laura Bush in the living room of the first couple's Crawford, Texas, ranch for Wednesday's installment of the Dr. Phil daytime TV show.
Originally posted 08/06/2004 08:00AM
SUED: The Dr. Phil talk show is being sued by Neal David Sutz, an Arizona mental health activist who claims that in 2003 the program violated the Americans with Disabilities Act in its treatment of him by telling him he could not speak to Dr. Phil on the show, the Associated Press reports. Sutz and other prospective audience members were asked to sign a waiver attesting that they didn't suffer a mental illness and weren't under psychiatric care, according to the suit. Sutz, who's been treated for bipolar disorder, informed a show representative of his condition and was told he could watch but not talk. McGraw's camp has declined comment on the suit.
Originally posted 06/02/2004 03:00PM
Howard Stern isn't the only one who's facing problems with the Federal Communications Commission.
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