I’ve already told my husband he’s kicked out of the family room for Monday night football next week: That’s when the new “Genealogy Roadshow” premieres on PBS.
This four-episode series has hosts Kenyatta Berry and D. Joshua Taylor revealing the truth behind participants’ family stories in front of a live audience, which should bring a fun energy to the show. (I chuckled at this take on the Genealogy Roadshow format.)
Monday’s episode was filmed at the Belmont Mansion in Nashville, Tenn. One guest is David Miles Vaughn, who’s been doing genealogy for five years and wants to know if his family is really related to Davy Crockett—a tale he’d always heard growing up.
Genealogy Roadshow premieres Monday, Sept. 23, at 9/8 Central on PBS. Future episodes are set in San Francisco, Detroit, and Austin, Texas.