ATLANTA - "Filthy Rich on Fox": In last week’s premiere episode of "Filthy Rich" here on FOX, Kim Cattrall’s Christian television star got three very unexpected bundles of joy learning that her husband (played by Gerald McRaney) had fathered three children with three different women. And the arrival of those grown children sets up a soapy Southern power struggle that continues in this week’s all-new episode. Benjamin Levy Aguilar, Mark L. Young, and Melia Kreiling star as the three previously-unknown children; during our set visit to New Orleans last December, we sat down with the trio of young actors. MMA fighter and single father Antonio Rivera is Aguilar’s first big role — but it turns out his own background helped shape the character. Don’t miss an all-new episode of Filthy Rich Monday night at 9 p.m., on FOX 5 Atlanta. For more information on the show click here.
Dr. Neil Winawer talks about the latest COVID-19 news on Good Day Atlanta: Emory University's Dr. Neil Winawer joins us live with the CDC reversal on Coronavirus testing and how concerned you should be about air travel during the pandemic. For more on Dr. Neil Winawer or his live COVID-19 Q&A follow him on Instagra @neilwinawer.
Dr. Jasmine Williams talks National Bullying Prevention Month: Committee for Children is launching its third annual Captain Compassion® campaign to teach kids how to use their bystander power to put a stop to bullying. National Bullying Prevention Month is a campaign in the United States founded in 2006 by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center. The campaign is held during the month of October and unites communities nationwide to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention. Even if your child is not the victim of a bully, research finds that it is important to teach all children to stand up for those who are bullied. Bullying prevention expert Dr. Jasmine Williams has teamed up with the National Children's Advocacy Organization, Committee for Children. She has tips on how to speak openly with your children about bullying, how to encourage positive bystander behavior and how to empower children to deal with bullies independently. For more information on National Bullying Prevention month click here.
Actress Angela Robinson talks Tyler Perry's "Haves and Have Nots": Tyler Perry's the Haves and Have Nots is in the middle of its seventh season. Hanna, the moral conscience of Perry's drama, is tested like never before. Hanna and Benny are almost stripped of everything once Candace finds herself in a world of trouble again. Jim and Katheryn Cryer are at war with almost everyone who has crossed their path. The wealthy and powerful seem intent on avoiding the adage on "what goes around will come around." Thus, Savannah will never be the same as "the haves" continue to use money to rule the world while "the have-nots" are forced to look to a higher power. Actress Angela Robinson talks about her role as Veronica Harrington in the show.
Beyonce sends flowers to a young girl battling cancer: Jenn Hobby explains how Beyonce' has managed to go viral yet again. But this time, the focus isn't on her. It's about the young lady she sent to flowers too. Lyric Chanel is fighting brain cancer, but loves to jam out to some of her favorite artist. Of course Beyonce' made the cut for being one of those she listens to. A video has gone viral before of the young lady singing Beyonce's "Love on Top." It got back to Queen Bey, and she showed her appreciation by sending the young lady flowers and a card. You can follow Jenn Hobby on instagram @Jennhobby