Rick and Marty Lagina

Rick and Marty Lagina are the stars of the hit History Channel show “The Curse of Oak Island.” They are back with a new season of that show and a brand new show, “Beyond Oak Island,” which premieres on November 17th on History Channel.  

John Hannah

John Hannah is an award-winning actor you know from “Four Weddings and Funeral” and “Marvel Agents of Shield.”  He’s starring in a new drama called “Transplant,” which you can see Tuesday nights at 9 central on NBC.  

Wayne Nelson

Wayne Nelson is the bassist and lead singer for Little River Band, who have just released a new single, “The Lost and the Lonely,” taken from their forthcoming new album “Black Tie,” which features the band playing their classic tunes along with an orchestra.

Jordan Wolfe

Jordan Wolfe is an actor, singer, writer, composer and zombie aficionado.  He is the creator of “The Night of the Living Dead – The Musical!”  The original concept recording is out now wherever digital music is sold.   Note: This interview is complete and uncensored, containing material not included in the on-air version.

Jacinda Davis

Jacinda Davis an Emmy Award-winning tv producer specializing in true crime shows.  She is the executive producer of a new true crime series, “Killer In Question,” which you can see Sunday night at 8 central on Investigation Discovery.  

Amy Bruni

Amy Bruni is an expert in the world of paranormal investigating.  You’ve seen her on the popular tv shows “Ghost Hunters” and “Kindred Spirits.”  She’s the author of a new book, “Life With the Afterlife: 13 Truths I Learned About Ghosts,” which is available now where you buy your books. 

Deana Carter

Country music icon Deana Carter returned to the show for a chat about her new Christmas movie, “A Very Country Christmas: Homecoming,” which premieres Sunday, November 1st on UPtv.  

Merrill Markoe

Merrill Markoe is a national treasure in the world of comedy, one the best television writers in the history of ever.   Her newest book is “We Saw Scenery.”  

Steve James

Steve James is an Academy Award-nominated director and won a Director’s Guild Award for his classic film “Hoop Dreams.”  He returned to the show to discuss his new docuseries for National Geographic called “City So Real,” airing Thursday, October 29th at 6pm central.  

Lucky Yates

Lucky Yates is a comedian, actor, puppeteer and voice artist.  He plays “Dr. Krieger” on the hit FXX Animated Series “Archer,” now in its 11th season.  Watch it on Wednesday nights at 9 central.