Watch the Laverne Cox Episode of Who Do You Think You Are? for FREE!
TLC’s Emmy Award-winning series, WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? celebrated its tenth anniversary with the return of a new season on Monday, May 21st at 9/8c featuring a new group of celebrities who are eager to explore their family roots.
Laverne Cox uncovers new information about the inspiring life of her three times great grandfather, who carved out his place in society just a few years after his emancipation from slavery. She begins her journey in Alabama, where DNA results and historical documents reveal her ancestor’s tenacity.
Click HERE or on the image above to watch Episode 2: Laverne Cox of the new season of Who Do You Think You Are?*
*Note: Episode 1: Jon Cryer which also premiered last night is NOT available for free viewing – you will need a television access or subscription service to view this episode on demand.
Upcoming Episodes of Who Do You Think You Are? on TLC
Here is the schedule for the current season of Who Do You Think You Are?:
- Megan Mullaly: Monday, May 28th, Season 10 – Episode 3
Megan Mullally explores a shocking pattern of dysfunction in her father’s line. She finds her two times great-grandmother was bravely defying societal norms in order to fight for her family’s survival, while struggling to hang on to her own sanity.
- Hilary Duff: Monday, June 4th, Season 10 – Episode 4
Hilary Duff uncovers the tale of an ancestor who bravely led an American colony to battle a notorious gang of pirates. She dives centuries deep into her Scottish roots and is shocked to discover that she descends from a heroic medieval king.
- Molly Shannon: Monday June 11th, Season 10 – Episode 5
Molly Shannon heads to Ireland in search of her mother’s unknown family tree. She finds desperate ancestors forced to choose between their faith and survival; uncovers a family legacy of bravery; and meets Irish cousins for the first time.
- Jean Smart: TBD
Jean Smart explores the curious tale of how her eight times great-grandmother roped her kids into a crime ring in colonial Massachusetts, before going on to be arrested for witchcraft–with a surprising outcome.
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