Sorry this is late! Here’s Monday’s thread.
Also, here’s the press release from Drew Peterson’s publicist Glenn Selig regarding today’s Dr. Phil show, which will feature the Peterson case. The show airs at 4 p.m. in the Chicago area.
(PRNewsChannel) / Los Angeles, Calif. and Chicago, Ill. / Drew Peterson has submitted to a lie detector test for a book, sat across the couch from ‘Today’ show host Matt Lauer for tough questions and answered live phone calls on ‘Larry King Live,’ but perhaps in the boldest move yet to prove his innocence the former police sergeant accused in the disappearance of his wife Stacy appears on ‘Dr. Phil‘ in front of a studio audience. ‘Dr. Phil’ is the second highest rated syndicated program in the US. Dr. Phil McGraw holds an M.A. degree and Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a dual area of emphasis in clinical and behavioral medicine. The program that’s being billed by the show as a “daytime exclusive” airs Monday.
“Drew has maintained from the start that he had nothing to do with either Stacy Peterson’s disappearance and Kathleen Savio’s death,” says Glenn Selig, Peterson’s publicist and spokesperson. “He wanted to take Dr. Phil’s questions. He was invited to appear on the program and he agreed.”
Selig, who was in Los Angeles when the show was taped late last month along with Peterson’s criminal defense attorney Joel Brodsky who appears briefly on Monday’s program, says the live studio audience members were riveted by Peterson’s responses.
“This is the first time Drew has been examined like this,” says Selig. “I think people watching at home will find the program equally compelling.”
‘Dr. Phil’ is a nationally syndicated television program. Check local listings for air times and channels.
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