January 6, 2012
Next Week on ANDERSON: Cloned pets, DANCE MOMS, Inside the Casey Anthony Trial, “Man-imony” and more…
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Beginning Monday, Jan. 9, Anderson focuses on women who have dominated the headlines. TODAY hosts Kathie Lee & Hoda stop by to discuss a controversial study about stay-at-home moms. Also, CNBC’s Suze Orman joins Anderson to help families overcome financial crisis. ANDERSON airs weekdays at 3 p.m. ET on CTV Two and 5 p.m. ET on CTV (check CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).
Monday, Jan. 9
How Far Is Too Far?
How far is too far to get what you want? Anderson spends the hour speaking with the creator and members of an online dating website where men pay women for the opportunity to date them, as well as critics claiming the site is a form of prostitution. Anderson also speaks with a woman who legally fought, and won, the right to be buried in the same cemetery as her pets. Then, meet the woman from the TLC special, I CLONED MY PET, who paid tens of thousands of dollars to have her dog, Trouble, cloned, so she could have “Double Trouble.”
Tuesday, Jan. 10
Daytime Exclusives: DANCE MOMS & Inside the Casey Anthony Trial
Anderson is joined by the cast of Lifetime’s controversial hit reality series, DANCE MOMS, which follows volatile dance instructor Abby Lee Miller, a mentor to young dancers, who frequently faces off with their stage mothers. Then, nearly six months after Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her daughter, Anderson takes viewers inside the headline making trial by speaking with the medical examiner who performed Caylee’s autopsy, Dr. Jan Garavaglia.
Wednesday, Jan. 11
The Mom Debate: Are Stay-At-Home Moms Lazy? Plus, Kathie Lee & Hoda
Anderson speaks with one working mom who shares her extreme point of view claiming that stay-at-home moms are just lazy. Anderson and a panel of moms discuss the brand new controversial study stating working moms are healthier and happier, and debate the issue of who is actually happier. Anderson also talks with one mom who has gone to extremes to work from home, currently working as a phone sex operator. Plus, the wild ladies of TODAY, Kathie Lee & Hoda stop by and weigh in on the controversial new study.
Thursday, Jan. 12
Families in Crisis Over Money & More, Plus Suze Orman
Anderson spends the hour helping families in crisis over money and more. CNBC’s Suze Orman is on hand to dole out her no nonsense personal finance advice to ANDERSON viewers, including how to overcome holiday debt, what the average person should really be spending on the essentials, and how to go from spender to saver. Plus, one family in financial crisis looks at their dreaded holiday credit card bill for the first time! Anderson is also helping families in crisis find resolution.
Friday, Jan. 13
Man-imony: Should Women Have To Pay Their Ex-Husbands Alimony?
Anderson explores the rising trend of “man-imony,” in which women are court ordered to pay their ex-husbands alimony. In a daytime exclusive, Anderson speaks with Crystal Harris, who explains why after being sexually and physically assaulted by her husband for years, she is now forced to pay him $1,000 in alimony a month. Plus, find out the number one thing women do wrong when it comes to money.
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