The Drew Barrymore Show: Deborah Norville, Carter Oosterhouse, (CBS, June 14, 2024)

The Drew Barrymore Show

On Friday, June 14, The Drew Barrymore Show welcomes Emmy Award-winning anchor Deborah Norville, television personality and carpenter Carter Oosterhouse, etiquette expert Sara Jane Ho, and chef Pilar Valdes.

Deborah Norville, the anchor of “Inside Edition,” joins Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews to discuss the latest crime-related headlines. Norville, a veteran journalist, has had a distinguished career spanning various networks, including CBS News, NBC, and ABC. She is also a bestselling author, with books like “Thank You Power” and several self-help and children’s books to her name.

Carter Oosterhouse, known for his work on TLC’s “Trading Spaces” and various HGTV shows, will join Drew and Ross for “The Weekender” to share his expertise in home improvement and carpentry. Oosterhouse first gained fame as a carpenter on “Trading Spaces” and has since hosted multiple shows, including “Carter Can” and “Red Hot & Green.” He is also a former model and has been named one of the “Sexiest Men on TV” by People magazine.

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Sara Jane Ho, a Chinese educator, socialite, and founder of Institute Sarita, a Beijing finishing school, will answer audience questions about etiquette and social norms. Ho, who was born in Hong Kong in 1985, established her first high-end etiquette school in Beijing in 2013, offering courses ranging from $3,200 to $16,000. She was featured as the etiquette expert on the 2022 Netflix series “Mind Your Manners.”

Chef Pilar Valdes will bring a new recipe remix and put her spin on the classic sloppy Joe.

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The Drew Barrymore Show airs on Friday, June 14, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. on CBS.

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