‘Steve Harvey Show’ Episode Guide (Oct. 26): Updates on Former ‘Steve Harvey’ Guests

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‘Steve Harvey Show’ Episode Guide (Oct. 26): Updates on Former ‘Steve Harvey’ Guests

On today’s all-new episode of “Steve Harvey,” Steve provides updates on the lives of several guests who previously appeared on the program throughout the series’ four seasons.

First, Steve brings back some of the women who participated in the “United Dates of America” series, including Jocelyn from Missouri (season 4), Marisel from Arkansas (season 2), Treoni from Louisiana (season 3) and Tattianna from New York City (season 3). Has Steve’s advice helped turn around their love lives?

Next, Steve checks in on sisters Patty, Lynne and Lisa, who took part in Steve’s “Dating Lab” in season two due to their poor dating lives. However, two years later, only one of the three sisters are in a committed relationship. Steve tries to get down to why the other two women continue to having dating issues.

Then, two mother-daughter duos play a game of “Steve Says” for a chance to win a trip for two to Aruba. And later, Steve shares highlights from some of the most viral-worthy moments of the show.

“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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