Thursday, March 8, 2018

NOW STREAMING: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Mae Whitman, Gus Kenworthy & More!

NOW STREAMING on PeopleTV: Mae Whitman reveals why ASPCA confronted George Clooney /
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Gus Kenworthy, Ilene Chaiken and more share their coming out stories /
Chessy Prout speaks out and more

Couch Surfing: Mae Whitman

Mae Whitman takes a seat on the couch and reminisces about her earliest roles in One Fine Day and Independence Day, to her well-known parts in “Arrested Development” and “Parenthood,” to her new show “Good Girls.”
·         Reveals the ASPCA confronted George Clooney for joking around on set and throwing fake cats into the street (bystanders thought the kittens were real)
·         Reveals Will Arnett was angry with her after she slapped his face in an “Arrested Development” scene

PEOPLE Cover Story: The Bachelor’s Arie Luyendyk

The Bachelor’s Arie Luyendyk sits down with PEOPLE to explain his controversial finale, why he proposed to Becca Kurfin in the first place, and how he and Lauren Burnham hope to move forward and start a family.

PEOPLE Features: Women Speak Out – Chessy Prout

In May 2014, while a freshman at the prestigious prep school, St. Paul’s, in Concord, NH, Chessy Prout was sexually assaulted. After shedding her anonymity in 2016, Chessy is now sharing her story and hoping to help empower sexual assault survivors.

Face the Fan

Beauty Influencer Manny Mua gives a deserving fan a makeover.

Coming Out Stories

16 members of the LGBTQ community share how they opened up to friends, family and the world – and how their lives changed.

·         Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Actor): (Came out to his parents after he got caught stealing gay porn)
·         Gus Kenworthy (Olympic freeskier):  (“There’s kind of a culture within freeskiing [...] it’s really homophobic.”)
·         Tyler Oakley (YouTube personality): (Was told, “We had enough money to fix this, if I wanted to go to therapy.”)
·         Darren Walker (President, Ford Foundation):
·         Chavie Weisberger (Community Engagement Coordinator, Footsteps):

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