The Dr. Keith Ablow Show

FOX (ended 2007)


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The Dr. Keith Ablow Show

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Dr Keith is a psychiatrist, author, husband and father who is bringing a different look on everyday problems that the audience faces. He is a graduate from Brown University and the Johns Hopkins Medical School. While he was still a medical student he wrote his first book. After he obtained his M.D., he continued to write, and published many self help books including, "How to Cope with Depression", "To Wrestle with Demons and Anatomy of a Psychiatric Illness." His goal is to help the guest stars and audiences with honest helpful information that helps them with every day troubles.

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    • Bring it back!!

      I loved Dr. Ablow! He was always kind & considerate towards his guests & audience. Non-confrontational. If I were to EVER go on a talk show; this would be it. He helped people by being nice. PLEASE bring it back! I'm not much of a talker; the review just told me I had to have a hundred words or more. :::::sigh::::: Dr. Keith wouldn't make me do a hundred words; I'm sure of it! :::ahem:::

      He seems/seemed to know how to get through to the people he had on his show. Hopefully they are all doing better now. Thanks! : )moreless
    • this is in response to your show raised by a racist whiched aired friday march 3rd.

      DR. KEITH,

      I watched your show "raised by a racist' I feel you were so wrong. Yes there is racisim, but try to understand where he was coming from. He was a black panther, that alone says something. He is a vietnam vetran, that says even more. We as blacks went to vietnam. died, was wounded or survied,but at that time a black man in the south could not even vote. I am not a racist but i know the struggle that we faced then. You were very unfair to him. I respect your profession, but you were wrong. if he had a chance to tell his story, maybe you would not had called him a liar so many times.Had you lived in our shoes you would understand. RONALD BOLDEN DETROIT MI.moreless
    • I was just watching the show for the first time it happend to be on racsism. It was about an african american man and his daughters who he raised to be rascists.moreless

      So as I stated before I watched the show and to my horror I saw a man who clearly has emotional and social problems. I was completley disgusted in the manner of how the supposed doctor handled himself. He resorted to juveniale tacticts and announcing to america here you have it this it what a racist looks like He didnt once try to help this man nor did he address the issue at hand but instead He decided to call him names.If this makes for great tv and ratings then its absolutly appauling.For the record I am of Italian decent and I am not a racist and I am also a happy and out proud gay man. So as if there were any confusion I am not siding with the racist and disagree with him but I am himan and I beleive the good doctor portrayed him in an inhumane manner. ajp517moreless
    • A very good show with a good cause.

      The one thing I love about this show is that Dr. Keith never has a biased opinion. Unlike many psychiatrists, He sees both sides to every story, and truly tries his best to help out in any way he can. It's very under appreciated. I actually just found out about it by switching through channels, and now I watch it everyday. It has now become my favorite talk show. It showcases real people with real problems, and does not exploit people in a humiliating way to get huge ratings. I only wish it was on at a more reasonable time.moreless
    • I don't think he has a personality!

      His show could be viable, accept that he has the personality of a therapist; ie. 'how does that make you feel?' and 'what do you think?' phrases are often used. But, that's not really exciting enough for syndicated TV. Of course it's a great thing that he is trying to help people, but he also needs to remember this is a TV show, and not the therapist's couch-it needs to translate to the television.moreless

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