‘Steve Harvey Show’ Episode Guide (April 7): Staying Celibate for a Year; The Heroin Epidemic

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‘Steve Harvey Show’ Episode Guide (April 7): Staying Celibate for a Year; The Heroin Epidemic

On today’s all-new episode of “Steve Harvey,” producer/motivational speaker Devon Franklin and actress Meagan Good open up to Steve about how and why they decided to stay celibate for an entire year after meeting and the new book they co-wrote together, “The Wait.”

Then, Steve tackles the latest crisis hammering the suburbs mostly in the northeast part of the country: the heroin epidemic. Steve confronts a 20-year-old man named Munir who is addicted to the drug. His family fears that the addiction will ultimately be his undoing and cause him to die.

HLN’s Dr. Drew Pinsky stops by the program to talk to Munir’s family about heroin and he also faces off with Munir and his family on stage with a surprise intervention. When he offers Munir to attend rehab, will he accept? Plus, Tim Ryan — the founder of the A Man In Recovery Foundation and a recovering addict himself — joins the conversation to try to convince Munir to accept the rehab offer.

“Steve Harvey” is a one-hour daytime show hosted by TV personality, comedian, radio show host and best-selling author, Steve Harvey. Each weekday in his new multi-topic show, Harvey talks to real people with real issues and bring his funny, fresh, insightful and common sense approach to everyday problems.

Drawing from his varied life experiences, Harvey entertains, informs and inspires, covering a vast range of relatable topics such as marriage, dating, finance, parenting, workplace issues, friendship and the daily dramas we face throughout our lives, all with his unique comedic spin.

“Steve Harvey” is coming off of a tremendously successful sophomore season, having won the Emmy for Outstanding Talk Show (Informative Category). “Steve Harvey” is up 29% in households from its debut season and currently is the fastest growing show in all of daytime, showing more growth last season than all other syndicated and network talk shows, game shows and court shows.

The daily show is produced by Endemol USA with Alex Duda, Steve Harvey and Rushion McDonald serving as executive producers and is distributed in national syndication by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. “Steve Harvey” is taped before a live studio audience at the state-of-the-art HD NBC 5 studios in downtown Chicago.


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