Josh Duhamel, Mandy Moore, Matthew Morrison and Regina King Trace Their Family Trees on "Who Do You Think You Are?"

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29 November 2018
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Who Do You Think You Are?
Mandy Moore (Courtesy of TLC)
"Who Do You Think You Are?"
Season 10 Premiere Monday, December 3 at 10 PM ET/PT on TLC

          TLC’s Emmy Award-winning series, Who Do You Think You Are? returns with four new episodes featuring celebrities tracing their family history, as they dive into their past and explore their connection to generations that came before them. With the help of Ancestry.com and historical documents, these stars get the opportunity of a lifetime and embark on exciting missions to discover their own heritage. For some, that may mean tracing back several generations to distinct moments in world history. The celebrities featured in these new episodes are: Mandy Moore, Josh Duhamel, Matthew Morrison and Regina King.
 
Who do You Think You Are?
Matthew Morrison (Courtesy of TLC)
 
12/3 - Mandy Moore - Actress Mandy Moore is shocked to discover ancestors who lived in Australia and travels far, determined to unlock the mystery of how they got there. Moore is touched by the courage of those who made the journey and the sacrifice of those who were left behind. 
 
12/10 - Josh Duhamel - Actor Josh Duhamel travels to England to investigate the extraordinary life of his twelve times great-grandfather and uncovers an astonishing, dark twist of interrogation and torture that rocks his belief system to the core.

12/17 - Matthew Morrison - Actor Matthew Morrison explores his American roots for the first time and is surprised to discover his family's ties to the Revolutionary War. He learns of the bold lengths his ancestor went through to protect his allegiances and the brutality he faced on the battlefield.

12/17 - Regina King - Actress Regina King investigates her maternal family tree and uncovers an ancestor who was a passionate civil rights activist in Alabama; a man who came out of slavery, endured horrific violence, but never stopped fighting for his people.

 
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