Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Anderson Live, Tuesday, October 9, 2012

"Inside Edition" anchor Deborah Norville returned as Anderson's co-host today.  Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


And there was a little more after the break ~


Segment topics:  Daughter of the "Coffee Cup Killer" speaks out; and another daughter speaks out abut a mother who recruited her son to kill her husband (A story from an upcoming episode of "Snapped," a true crime show the Oxygen channel)


From today's photo booth ~

Today's 'Anderson Live After Show' ~

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ACAnderFan said...

I like Deborah Norville as a co-host and was glad to see her back, but the rest of the show I didn't like. I don't care about crime stories

Anonymous said...

I tried to watch the talk show today b/c I was home and working on a project that would allow it. I pretty much tuned out after about 10 minutes. The whole going to the site of the Sandusky hearing was boring - report the sentence when/if it's announced, but the constant talk about it during the show was distracting and uninteresting. Not to mention that the talk show airs at 1pm in my market and the sentence had been announced hours before - so it made no sense, by the time 'Anderson LIVE' aired here.

While it was nice of Anderson to call the 14 year old fan and wish her a happy birthday, give her a trip to NYC and break the rules so she could attend a talk show taping; all I could think about was is he going to do this for all his fans now and if no, how many young fans will he disappoint when their birthday comes and there's no phone call, trip, etc. from him?

As far as the crime stories - not interested and where do they find these people?

Maybe I hit a bad episode, but if this is representative of the show, then I understand the poorer ratings this season than last.

-- Jenn

Anonymous said...

It seems as though Anderson Live has a short, short list of co-hosts.
People who have loads of time on their hands and nothing else to do.