Courtney Cox to be Featured in the Season Opener of “Who Do You Think You Are?” (US Version)

On Sunday’s season seven premiere of Who Do You Think You Are?, Friends star Courtney Cox goes back to Europe to trace her maternal line, but what she learns is far more intriguing than she could have expected.

Cox will visit the same castle her 18 times great-grandfather lived in the Middle Ages and she inquires about a letter she had been told he had sent to the king saying his father had died.

You can watch the program on TLC television (on cable and satellite services) or, on the Internet, on truTV or on DIRECTV NOW or on PlayStation Vue.


How do you watch it on the Internet as I don’t do cable or satellite?


Wonderful! Looking forward to seeing WDYTYA! Do you have any idea when Finding Your Roots and Genealogy Roadshow will return?
Thank you!


    I read that Gates is not doing any more new programs. The ones already viewed have started a round of repeats on your local PBS stations. Too sad!!!


Will it be repeated???)


    —> Will it be repeated???

    I haven’t read any announcements stating whether this year’s episodes will be repeated or not. However, in previous seasons, Who Do You Think You Are? has been repeated several months after the original broadcast. I suspect the same will happen again this year although I have no proof of that.


Christine Williamson March 6, 2017 at 8:59 pm

Will it not be available on Amazon or Itunes again this year as in the past?


Great episode. Definitely worth seeking out!


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