About the Show

The hit genealogy show goes Stateside as a group of American celebrities delve into their pasts and uncover family trees, secrets and incredible personal stories.

Who Do You Think You Are? USA

Series 4

Featuring singers Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood, supermodel Cindy Crawford, actors Chris O'Donnell and Jim Parsons as well as actresses Zooey Deschanel and Christine Applegate.

In the first episode, Kelly Clarkson discovers an ancestor with deep roots in America history. Later in the series, Chris O'Donnell discovers a legacy of courage, while Zooey Deschanel investigates her ancestors' involvement in the anti-slavery movement.

Christina Applegate sets out to uncover what happened to the grandmother she never knew and Cindy Crawford explores the mystery behind her Midwestern family's origins.

Series 3

Starring the stories of actress Helen Hunt, Hollywood ledgend Martin Sheen, film and TV actor Rob Lowe, Sopranos star Edie Falco and actress Marisa Tomei

The series begins with Helen Hunt who sets out to explore her paternal family history. Her investigation takes her to 19th century San Francisco, where she uncovers the rags to riches story of her great great grandfather William Scholle, a German Jewish immigrant who arrived in California just as gold was discovered there.

Series 2

Featuring hit singers Lionel Richie, Vanessa L. Williams and Tim McGraw, TV host Rosie O'Donnell and Hollywood actors Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd, Kim Cattrall and Steve Buscemi.

This series sees Kim Cattrall searching for answers about her grandfather, who abandoned the family when Kim's mother was only eight, while Gwyneth Paltrow traces her father's family to a remarkable Rabbi in Eastern Europe.

Series 1

Featuring Sex And The City's Sarah Jessica Parker, Friends' star Lisa Kudrow, legendary director Spike Lee, former NFL star Emmitt Smith and actors Susan Sarandon, Matthew Broderick and Brooke Shields.

The series starts with Lisa Kudrow investigating her great-grandmother's heritage, and all she knows is that she died, tragically, in the Holocaust. Lisa travels to Belarus and unearths documents and eye-witness testimonies that reveal the true story of her great grandmother's fate.