The actress visits Home & Family to talk about her new NBC drama, “Taken,” which premieres February 27th, at 10/9c. In the series, Jennifer plays “Riley,” an intelligence agent. The actress also opens up about growing up in Las Vegas and being surrounded by entertainment 24/7.
Kym Douglas is introducing you to one of the hottest trends happening right now, inspirational jewelry.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
Afternoon Pick-Me-Up Snacks
Nutritional and health expert Joy Bauer stops by the Home & Family kitchen to introduce you to some delicious afternoon snacks that will help revitalize your energy. This includes a chocolate-chai smoothie and hummus deviled eggs.
DIY Yoga Mats
Kristin Smith and Paige Hemmis team up to show you how to make your own personalized yoga mat using fun designs and stencils. The total cost of this project is $30.
The actor sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his ABC comedy, “The Real O’Neals” which airs Thursdays at 9:30/8:30c. He also opens up about his real life relationship with his mom, who surprises Matt with a FaceTime appearance!
Keep up with Matt on twitter @MattShively1
Chef Wayne Elias Cooks
Chef Wayne Elias is in the kitchen preparing sea bass with artichokes & white bean puree. As he is cooking, he also talks about catering for Elton John and his AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, where he manages a staff of 230.
Learn more about Chef Wayne Elias at CrumbleCatering.com
Bringing Back Big Hair
Beauty expert Robby LaRiviere is here and ready to give you some tips on how to get that "big hair" look which is making a comeback on the runway and red carpet.
Get more style tips from Robby LaRiviere at RobbyLaRiviere.com
Leave Your Pet with a Sitter
Pet expert Nicole Ellis is answering some common questions about leaving your dog with a sitter. She encourages you to not be afraid to ask your sitter questions, including setting up a meet and greet beforehand and finding out what other animals will be around your dog while the sitter is watching it.
Get more information from Nicole Ellis at maggieandnicole.com
Dan Kohler is explaining the science of pennies, this includes using white vinegar and salt to clean dirty ones. If you leave pennies in this mixture too long it will create a chemical reaction and erode the coins.
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com