The Dr. Oz Show
Aug. 11 at 11am
'True Crime: The Real Story Behind the Central Park Killing That Captured the Nation’s Attention' HD
In 1986, the country was captivated by the case of the handsome prep school student who strangled 18- year-old Jennifer Levin. What really happened that night? We speak to the detective first on the scene and Robert Chambers’ former girlfriend. Plus, why the twin sister of a woman who was murdered decades ago says she will not give up on finding her killer.
Aug. 12 at 11am
'Oz Exclusive: Wendy Williams One-On-One' HD
After a tough year, Wendy Williams opens up about overcoming life’s challenges and truly gaining her freedom. And, she shares her new health diagnosis and what it’s like to live with a chronic and painful condition. Plus, Super Size Me Morgan Spurlock investigates if fast-food chicken really is the healthier option. He follows the chicken from farm to fast-food restaurant so you can avoid being duped by industry tricks.
Aug. 13 at 11am
'True Crime Jayme Closs: One Year After Escaping Her Captor – How Is She Doing Now?' HD
It’s been one year since Jayme Closs was kidnapped for 88 days and found alive. We speak exclusively to the family friend who played a key role in bringing her home and the sheriff who worked tirelessly to find Jayme. Plus, “The Jinx” trial: did Robert Durst murder his best friend to keep her quiet in the disappearance of his wife?
Aug. 14 at 11am
'Medical Mystery: Caught Drunk Driving But Wasn’t Drinking' HD
We investigate mysterious cases of people who reek of liquor, stumble, slur their words, and even get into dangerous accidents, but weren’t drinking alcohol. The shocking medical reason behind the cause. Plus, former teen idol Leif Garrett opens up about the addictions that nearly took his life.
Aug. 17 at 11am
'Cooking Spray Investigation: Cooking Spray Explosions Caught On Tape!' HD
They may be fast and convenient, but are you making dangerous mistakes when using cooking sprays? We show you how to use them safely, so they don’t explode. Plus, Today Show’s Carson Daly takes on Dr. Oz’s challenge to do intermittent fasting.
Aug. 18 at 11am
'True Crime: The Hollywood Ripper Victim Who Was Dating Ashton Kutcher' HD
A young woman targeted by serial killer “The Hollywood Ripper” was murdered the same night she was supposed to meet up with actor Ashton Kutcher. Her best friend opens up about the events that led up to that fateful evening. Plus, how novelist John Grisham is helping to free a man imprisoned for 35 years for a murder he says he didn’t commit.
Aug. 19 at 11am
'Mark Wahlberg Face-To-Face With Dr. Oz: The Breakfast Feud Face-Off You Can’t Miss' HD
After months of social media debates on whether or not breakfast should be canceled, Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg battle it out at the gym in the ultimate fitness challenge. Plus, we investigate just how germy ice cubes from your fridge and restaurants can be. And, The Dish crew reveals the secrets behind the viral recipes everyone is obsessed with.
Aug. 20 at 11am
'Dr. Revenge: Doctor Busted For Trying To Murder His Enemy By Fentanyl Injection' HD
We investigate the case of a doctor with a twisted prescription for revenge, who allegedly tried to hire one of his patients to commit murder with a drug that can kill in seconds. How the FBI stopped him. Plus, we speak to a woman who said she sounded the alarm on Jeffrey Epstein over 2 decades ago, but claims police ignored her reports.
Aug. 21 at 11am
'Medical Mystery: Something’s Killing Me' HD
We investigate how a sore throat can lead to being in a coma and how a brain tumor turned out to be a deadly worm! Plus, an urgent Health Court case: she’s turning in her sister-in-law whose diabetes may end up killing her because she’s sneaking sugar.
About the Show
Currently in its eleventh season, the ten-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning daily series The Dr. Oz Show is hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz, accredited health expert, best-selling author, and world-renowned cardiac surgeon. The Dr. Oz Show is an informative hour that offers audiences the opportunity to learn about a wide range of health and wellness topics. Tackling the balance of mind, body, and spirit, Dr. Oz calls on specialists from a variety of disciplines for expert advice on how viewers can be their best selves.