Video: “Who Do You Think You Are?” on “Today”

Video: “Who Do You Think You Are?” on “Today”

Lisa Kudrow appeared on "Today" this morning to talk about “Who Do You Think You Are?” which premieres (in case you hadn’t heard) this Friday on NBC at 8 pm (7pm central). She describes the episode about her own roots (airing March 19) as “relentless” because it deals with...

Lisa Kudrow appeared on “Today” this morning to talk about “Who Do You Think You Are?” which premieres (in case you hadn’t heard) this Friday on NBC at 8 pm (7pm central).

She describes the episode about her own roots (airing March 19) as “relentless” because it deals with the Holocaust—but if you hang in there, she adds, there’s a “happy surprise” at the end. Kudrow also calls Emmitt Smith, whose episode airs March 12, a “great teacher.” Here’s the “Today” video:

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Looks like the Today anchors, who’ve explored their own ancestries for television, plan to tune in.

See the Genealogy Gems blog for a schedule of upcoming “Who Do You Think You Are?” promotional appearances.

And here’s an episode lineup:

  • March 5: Sarah Jessica Parker
  • March 12: Emmitt Smith
  • March 19: Lisa Kudrow
  • March 26: Matthew Broderick
  • April 2: Brooke Shields
  • April 9: Susan Sarandon
  • April 23: Spike Lee

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  1. This is one of the most enjoyable shows that I’ve ever seen. I certainly hope that there will be a second season.

    There are so many family stories that lie hidden and will only be uncovered when each of us put in the effort to rediscover our family history.

    Of all of the episodes, I think I have enjoyed Brook Shields’ story the most.