Ken Burns talks about his latest movie. Theirs a investigation into counterfeit pharmaceuticals. Plus five quick fixes to improve health in no time.
Coca Rocha and Sara Ziff talk about how important it is to protect young models. Plus Dulé Hill talked about his latest projects. Also apps guaranteed to get rid of the Winter blues.
Melinda Gates discuss myths about the poor. A look at people opening their homes up as restaurants and tips on honeymoon planning.
A look at women who are the primary breadwinners in their homes. June Shannon and Alana Thompson discuss the new season of 'Honey Boo Boo'. Plus the latest gossip from People magazine.
Three female inventors of everyday items compete for a prize. A look at the social media responses to the latest shows and author Oliver North discussed his new book.
Stars of 'Ink Master' look at people who have had tattoos removed. Terry Fator from 'America's Got Talent' shows off his skills. Plus tips on making baking easy and quick meals.
Randi Zuckerberg talks photo apps and gives tips on taking the perfect selfie. Their was also tips on preparing for the menopause and a look at the symptoms.
Producers of 'Son of God', Roma Downey and Mark Burnett discuss their show. Plus star of 'Game of Thrones' Jason Momoa. Duff Goldman helps brides to be decide on their wedding cake.
Jaclyn Smith discusses her latest projects. Plus parenting tips on realistic expectations with children and sports.
Bill Nye discusses the latest trending topics. Plus ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White discuss their time at the Sochi Olympics.
Katie learns how moms around the country are using social networking to help try and change the world. Anita Hill talks about her historic testimony.
Dan Harris talks about his recent on-air panic attack, his illegal drug use and how meditation helped to make him a much happier person. Katherine Schwarzenegger shares some essential advice for college graduates to help them get their careers moving.
Katie is joined on the show by Arianna Huffington who talks about redefining success, living a more balanced life and making room for what matters. Cobie Smulders chats to Katie about her new film “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”
Tanya Brown talks to Katie about dealing with depression, her relationship with O.J. Simpson and about visiting Nicole’s house just a few days after her murder. Kyle MacLachlan chats about about his career in movies.
Morgan Spurlock chats to Katie about his career and the new season of “The Inside Man”. Richard Marx performs live and also talks to Katie about his new album.
Katie takes a look at the latest dangerous trends children don’t want you to know to know about. Mayim Bialik talks to Katie about being a child star and shares her favorite vegan recipes.
Katie Couric was joined by Morgan Freeman and Bob Saget.
The show features some patients suffering with paralysis who are receiving life-changing implants to restore movement in their limbs. Alan Thicke talks to Katie about his TV and music career.
Morgan Freeman talks to Katie about his career and new film “Transcendence.” The show also features the story of a grandmother’s journey from heartache to peace after having lost her grandchildren in the Oklahoma City bombing.
Katie talks to the people whose lives were affected by the tragic event of the Boston marathon bombings a year ago. Colin Firth and Jeremy Irvine talk about their new film “The Railway Man.”
A survivor from the Washington mudslide shares her story of how she made it out alive. Judy Joo creates some quick and easy Korean recipes.
Jane Goodall chats to Katie about her passion for animals and Disneynature’s new movie “Bears.” Laurie David talks about the importance of family meals.
Katie talks to Jewel about her career and family life. Ted Allen and Alex Guarnaschelli talk about working together on “America’s Best Cook.”
Guest Stars: Jewel
Katie talks to some women about how keeping their virginity until marriage is impacting their dating lives. Benjamin Stockham talks to Katie about his career-making role.
Sofia Vergara talks to Katie about her latest projects and beating thyroid cancer. Laura Jansen chats about her career and performs live.
Katie finds out how integrative medicine is on the rise and how you can benefit from using it. Ramin Karimloo chats to Katie.
Valerie Jarrett chats to Katie about the White House’s landmark task force initiative about the college sexual assault epidemic. Tori Amos chats to Katie about her new album and also performs live.
Katie chats to Jennifer Esposito about her personal journey with Celiac disease. Jane Seymour also talks about her life career.
Katie finds out about the life shocking dangers of texting while driving.
Katie shares some new research regarding postpartum depression. Anne Geddes talks to Katie about her photos and new gift book.
Katie helps Ben Pierce, a 9-year-old boy who is losing his eyesight by assisting him in achieving some of his dreams.
Katie attempts to deal with obesity in America and discusses what we should be doing to live healthier and longer.
Katie has some Mother’s Day surprises and also talks to Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin and Sarah Drew.
Jeffrey Phillip offers tips on the best ways to clean up and organize your closet. Clark Gregg talks to Katie about “Marvel’s Agents of Shields”.
Jeanne White-Ginder, talks to Katie about being on the frontlines of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Joel Gamoran shares some grilling tricks and entertaining time savers.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Marsha Blackburn chat to Katie about women leaders in politics and how they are changing America.
Eduardo Garcia talks to Katie about how he managed to loose his arm in a tragic accident and how it did not stop him from cooking again.
Katie talks to women who lost their mothers during their childhood as they reflect on how the tragedy affected their lives.
The show features the latest fashion trends from Joyous.com. Katie also chats to Olympic swimmer Dara Torres.
With Adam Braun and Dr. Irving Fradkin.
A selfless maths teacher is given a surprise.
Supercharged foods that can revitalize your metabolism.
With Lisa Ling and a performance from Peter Cincotti.
Katie chats to Marlo Thomas about her career and life with Phil Donahue.
Katie talks to Hillary Holt with her attorney Gloria Allred, about the alleged college hazing incident that saw her being admitted to the hospital.
Katie talks to Wendy Aronsson about how parents can get ready for when their youngest child decides to leave home.
Katie takes a look at a documentary that asks the question if going to college is really worth it.
Katie talks to some women who work on the front lines of homicide investigations.
Katie finds out more about life in the military for gay and lesbian service members.
Katie chats to Laverne Cox about her Time Magazine cover story and the new series of “Orange Is The New Black.”
Katie talks to a teenager who is looking for the woman who donated the egg that helped create her life.
Katie meets the cast of “Rectify” including Aden Young, Abigail Spencer, Clayne Crawford and J. Smith-Cameron.
Katie finds out how the power of music awakens deeply locked memories for people suffering with Alzheimer's.
Katie talks to a divorced couple who live together in modified home to try and make children's lives better. Laura Wasser has tips on how best to divorce and save on money.
Katie hots a debate on whether or not porn is addictive as she hears personal stories and offers tips how to block it from your home computers and televisions. Doc Shaw talks about his dramatic weight loss and how he is educating kids about obesity.
Katie learns how honey bees help feed America and are dying off at alarming rate. The show offer tips on how to transform your garden.
The show offer a glimpse into people's lives that have spun out of control after the have become addicted to painkillers. Lynda Carter talks to Katie about “Wonder Woman” and her love of singing.
Katie talks to a teacher who brought mindfulness to inner-city schools and changed students’ lives along the way. Bret Baier talks to Katie about his career and his family’s journey through his son’s congenital heart disease.
Katie takes a look at if the nation's obsession with safety is protecting our kids or keeping them from learning life’s valuable lessons. Katie Armiger performs whilst Jeffrey Phillip offers tips on how to pack a suitcase.
Katie talks to three exceptional children, an 11-year-old marathon runner, an 8-year-old who speaks eight languages and a 13-year-old fashion designer. Apollo Robbins shows Katie his deception pick-pocket tricks.
The show has everything that men need to know about freezing their sperm and features experts talking about the reality of the male biological clock. Jerry Bruckheimer talks to Katie about his four decades of making films.
Signs to look out for suggesting your teen may be eating a dangerous diet.
Dolvett Quince and Tavi Gevinson look at medical mysteries with Katie.
Katie talks to a women whose life changed in an instant aftwer she became paralyzed at her own bachelorette party. Tig Notero is also on the show.
Katie talks to adults living who are with ADHD and learn how it affects their lives and their families.
Katie finds out more about taking your career in a whole new direction.
Katie learns out how “Dress for Success” is helping women get ready to get and keep much needed jobs.
Katie learns the he secrets to living to one hundred and finds out what you can do to affect your longevity.
Katie chats to different DIY entrepreneurs who have been turning their passions into successful businesses that emphasize quality and community.
Katie continues to look back on some of her favorite past guests as well as hearing from the couple who've fallen in love on death row.