Actor Sterling K. Brown, of TV's "This Is Us," is interviewed; Bill and Giuliana Rancic help a single mother revamp her Chicago restaurant; and a couple seek help for the husband's addiction to pornography.
Steve welcomes a 10-year-old boy who donated his hair to help children with cancer; a woman claims her husband is obsessed with Elvis. Also: BET personality Gary Owen and his wife; and a police officer who paid it forward to help a woman.
Steve helps a woman who claims her pastor husband neglects her because he's so dedicated to the church; and a teacher is honored as a "Harvey's Hero" for inspiring students. Also: Hannah Kasulka, of TV's "The Exorcist."
Steve plays matchmaker for a techie who matched with 12,000 women on Tinder but failed to find a love connection; chef Rick Bayless serves up food inspired by Julia Child; money maven Patrice Washington helps a couple experiencing financial stress.
Stepmom Summit 2.0" explores blended families and features a panel that includes Deborah Roberts and comedian Sarah Colonna. Also: country star Kellie Pickler, who talks about her appearance on "Celebrity Family Feud.
A mother receives a relaxing spa day in a "Moms on Strike" experiment; Steve interviews Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire"); a young track star who lost her mother to breast cancer meets Olympic hurdlers Brianna Rollins, Nia Ali and Kristi Castlin.
Steve welcomes a woman who called off a wedding and helps her wade back into the dating pool; lifestyle expert Kelli Zink Levy highlights top stress remedies; and Dr. John Duffy offers a perspective on quirky habits.
In the "Done With Dating Hour," Steve and actor Shemar Moore ("Criminal Minds") set out to convince an audience full of women to not give up on dating. Included: Steve and Shemar field questions about dating and provide insight into how men think.
Steve interviews Nate Parker, the star, writer and director of the 2016 film "The Birth of a Nation"; and "Travel Mom" Emily Kaufman celebrates Spa Week. Also: father-and-son crabbers Gary and Kenny Ripka, stars of "Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove."
Steve helps two women seeking relationship advice by bringing together a diverse focus group of strangers to provide honest feedback to them. Also: a woman who uses extreme couponing to feed the hungry and help others.
Steve celebrates women with curves, with Nicole Byer, Tess Holliday, Kim Gravel and Dascha Polanco joining the conversation; a woman says her curvy body negatively impacts her dating life. Also: plus-size fashions with stylist Tim Snell.
Steve offers a swagger class for a personality from the show "Love at First Kiss"; Steve interviews actress Lupita Nyong'o; and a heroic woman from Miami is celebrated and receives a new car. Also: the acting and modeling trio the K Brothers.
Steve attempts to set up a love connection for a male exotic dancer; Steve and Kym Whitley honor a selfless woman who adopted her late friend's four daughters; and stylist Lawrence Zarian spotlights back-to-school fashions and looks for fall.
Steve celebrates feel-good stories. Included: Steve meets his "doppelganger"; Steve and Kym Whitley honor a game-changing woman; real-good stories from the audience are highlighted. Also: the conclusion of a New Orleans woman's 24-hour dating experiment.
Steve offers help to a New Orleans woman in the first part of a dating experiment; Steve and Kym Whitley celebrate a selfless woman who helps children in Chicago; educator Ron Clark and motivator Johnny Wimbrey try to help three teens get back on track.
Steve and Kym Whitley team up to honor amazing women all week, beginning with a salute to a mother of four who created a foundation that helps children. Also: Pastor John Hannah offers counsel to a couple at odds; musician Verdine White is interviewed.
Steve devotes an entire hour to a "Race and Policing Town Hall," with insight provided by police officers, members of the Black Lives Matter movement, victims of police violence, plus music artists the Game and Coffey Anderson.
Steve teams with Kristin Cavallari to play matchmaker for a woman by taking her to a tailgating party. Also: a look at two forms of alternative medicine; John David Washington, of the series "Ballers"; a backstage peek at the show "Little Big Shots."
Steve interviews business mogul and basketball star Earvin "Magic" Johnson and his wife, Cookie, plus two of their children. Topics include Magic's time playing basketball, faith, marriage, and family challenges.
Steve offers a comical look at topical headlines; a "Happy Wife, Happy Life" theme features women airing grievances about their husbands. Also: Omari Hardwick and Joseph Sikora, of "Power"; and a look at Steve's Mentoring Camp for Boys.
Martha Stewart is interviewed and serves up dishes; and Dr. Drew Pinsky stages an intervention for people addicted to playing Pokémon Go. Also: a behind-the-scenes look at Steve's annual golf tournament.
The Chrisleys battle against fellow reality family the Manzos in a "Sunday Supper Showdown." Here, the Chrisleys serve up a Southern dinner and the Manzos offer an Italian feast. Also: A woman reunites with four teens who helped her after a car accident.
Controversial headlines are discussed by panelists Sheryl Underwood, Judy Gold and Liz Hernandez; Steve honors a woman as a "Harvey's Hero" for her work helping former foster children transition into adult life. Also: actress Regina Hall.
Mel B, judge of "America's Got Talent," discusses secrets from the show and joins Steve to judge the talent of two young performers. Also: weight-loss updates with fitness guru Dolvett Quince; and a Uber tutorial.
Steve revisits couples featured in Season 4's "Summer of Sex" experiment. Also: an update on sisters who discovered that their DNA matched another woman who claimed to be their long-lost sibling; and a look at the Neighborhood Awards.
"Steve Goes Country Hour" includes an appearance by Dolly Parton. In addition, Steve plays matchmaker for a female bull rider; foodie Myron Mixon judges a pulled-pork competition; and Steve honors a cowboy who lassoed a would-be thief.
Season 5 opens with a surprise message for Steve from LeBron James. Also: Jay Leno; Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel; Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers, of the 2016 film "Southside With You." Plus: A young photographer snags an interview with John Legend.
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