Holiday cheese balls; chicken cordon bleu meatballs; DIY pro Brit Morin displays easy, adorable craft ideas, including a snow globe made out of a wine glass; a family surprises children with a new puppy.
A makeover; dancer Todrick Hall (Broadway's "Chicago"); the ultimate Italian lasagna with meat and sausage.
Dinner and a cocktail; Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America"); a new spin on fried chicken.
Chef Curtis Stone serves stuffed peppers and a winter sangria; lumberjacks make last-minute holiday decor with items from around the house; Noah Galvin (Broadway's "Dear Evan Hansen") prepares a new pasta dinner with Rachael.
TV personality Ayesha Curry prepares bananas Foster; Kyan Douglas helps viewers pull off new hairdos for the new year with three styles trending on Pinterest, including rose gold dyed hair; Rachael makes garlic-and-oil spaghetti with broccoli rabe.
People magazine's top stories of 2017; revisiting the time Meghan Markle sat down at Rachael's kitchen table; chef Missy Robbins shares a recipe; Henry "The Fonz" Winkler.
Holiday party treats include lasagna cupcakes; getting designer holiday looks for less with simple tricks from a fashion pro; Rachael puts a new twist on nachos; The Tenors perform.
Gail Simmons ("Top Chef") makes latkes two ways; Rachael makes beef pot pie with a cheddar crust; Jason Mraz and a "Waitress" co-star perform.
A surprise chef hands out gifts; Rachael tries to guess the identities of various animals; an illusionist wows the audience with a mind-blowing trick; Rachael cooks up a hearty winter pasta dinner.
Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak ("The Great Christmas Light Fight"); actress Miranda Cosgrove; Ben Bailey ("Cash Cab").
Rene Russo ("Just Getting Started"); chef Jacques Pépin.
Viewers test gadgets that are intended to help people save time during the holiday season; chef Floyd Cardoz makes a winter chicken dish; Rachael's sweet and smoky sausage casserole.
Patricia Heaton ("The Middle"); a baked pasta dish that will feed a holiday crowd; design pro John Gidding rescues a mom who hates holiday decorating.
David Muir ("World News Tonight"); how websites like Pinterest and Google can help one get the biggest bang for a holiday-shopping buck; a hearty vegetable soup.
Comic Carol Burnett; HGTV's "Cousins" tell everything to know about Christmas trees, from picking the perfect one to secret decorating tricks; Bellamy Young ("Scandal"); bacon cheeseburgers.
Cocktails made of pantry staples; bottom-of-the-paint-can DIY tricks; ideas for using up the last bits of beauty products, like a temporary hair dye made of eye-shadow; chicken schnitzel.
Bob Saget ("Full House"); chef Ryan Scott rolls what's left over from Thanksgiving into great ideas for the holidays, like mini pumpkin-spice cakes made in leftover pumpkin purée cans; eggplant and sausage ragout.
Design pro Genevieve Gorder, fashion expert Gretta Monahan and the studio audience judge viewers who go head to head with their best tips in DIY, fashion and food; Rachael provides a posole recipe.
Gayle King reveals 102 of Oprah Winfrey's favorite things; Rachael shows the meal she serves her family every year for Thanksgiving: whiskey-brined turkey, apple-onion stuffing, mashed potatoes and no-fail gravy.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry; Rachael goes on an incredible field trip to thank U.S. troops in person; a turkey-carving lesson; chefs Marc Murphy and Amanda Freitag help to prepare for leftovers; Rachael's leftover-turkey chili.
Actress Susan Sarandon; a special makeover for a mom who has given birth to multiple sets of multiples; creative ways to serve stuffing; Rachael makes beef cacciatore.
Whoopi Goldberg; slab pies.
Organizing pro Peter Walsh and chef Richard Blais give advice for Thanksgiving cooking, carving and cleaning; pimento macaroni and cheese with chorizo; adorable puppies rescued from Puerto Rico.
Daphne Oz shows how to improve store-bought pies; Thanksgiving hostess gifts; Krysten Ritter ("Jessica Jones") gives Rachael a hilarious knitting lesson; a tasty dinner to make with turkey leftovers.
Chefs and couponing experts compete to see who can create the largest number of Thanksgiving dishes for the least amount of money; Billy Ray Cyrus is back at Rach's kitchen table; Rachael makes cornbread and chili.
Chef Christopher Kimball brings handy Thanksgiving cooking gadgets; Rachael makes spaghetti and meatballs; guest co-host Jesse Palmer ("DailyMailTV").
Gail Simmons ("Top Chef") teaches a woman an easy homemade cookie recipe; Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") settles foodie feuds; actor Shemar Moore; Rachael makes Reubens.
Testing sleep gadgets in the Human Lab; Dr. Drew Pinsky settles families' holiday feuds; four cranberry sauce swaps; Rachael makes Buffalo ranch chicken cobb salad.
Actress Jessica Alba gives a mom a crash course in tidying up; organizational pro Peter Walsh heads out on the high seas to tackle the ultimate small space; slime making a kitchen sparkle; Rachael makes stuffed peppers.
Actress Kate Hudson; Kathryn Hahn ("A Bad Moms Christmas"); design pro Taniya Nayak tames an over-the-top bedroom in a stylish makeunder; Rachael makes pork tenderloin.
Rachael and co-host chef Curtis Stone get a taste of their foodie pals' favorite spots all across the country; Curtis makes a meatball sub; chef Josh Capon prepares a meat-and-potatoes supper; Rachael cooks up steak; a favorite NYC restaurant.
Debra Messing ("Will & Grace"); Dr. Travis Stork has easy fixes for common ailments; two tasty pressure-cooker recipes; Rachael's must-haves for fall; a one-skillet chicken dinner.
Sunny Anderson makes chili; supermodel Molly Sims brings birthday-party ideas; a celebrity party planner reveals her tricks for the ultimate Friendsgiving, including making one's own wine; Rachael cooks up the taste of Thanksgiving in a cheeseburger.
A party-friendly Halloween grog; Tuscan-style turkey legs; actress Debi Mazar and husband chef Gabriele Corcos prepare chicken strips with a spicy pesto dip; Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank") have last-minute Halloween costume ideas.
Actor Denis Leary; rock legend Cyndi Lauper; two decor pros bring inexpensive, last-minute Halloween ideas; Rachael makes a brand-new kind of burger.
Actress Julianne Moore gives a tour of her home; Rachael prepares grilled chicken and roasted squash.
Rachael celebrates her 2,000th show; talk-show host Oprah Winfrey; Emeril Lagasse makes a classic Italian dinner; Rachael's celebrity pals surprise her all hour long; one of the show's biggest giveaways.
Alfonso Ribeiro ("America's Funniest Home Videos"); a hairstylist gets a makeunder; Rachael makes a one-skillet supper with sausage, pepper and onion.
Actress Valerie Bertinelli makes easy slow-cooker dishes; French onion dip that can be turned into three different versions of French-bread pizza; a teacher gets made over with fall's hottest fashion trends.
Actress Gabrielle Union-Wade; a former CIA officer gives parents trick-or-treating safety advice; Rachael makes souvlaki.
Favorite dishes and twists on the classics from Lidia Bastianich, Scott Conant and Fabio Viviani; Lidia shows how to grocery-shop like an Italian; a cocktail from Rachel's husband, John; Rachael serves up roasted chicken and sausage.
Experts, including Daymond John ("Shark Tank"), give advice on what to ask at a job interview and at a doctor's office; chef Andrew Zimmern answers viewers' questions; Rachael serves up an Oktoberfest-inspired dinner.
Chef Rocco DiSpirito prepares three healthy breakfasts; Elizabeth Vargas ("20/20"); fixes for fall allergies; Rachael makes minestrone soup.
Paul Reiser ("Stranger Things"); Lana Parrilla ("Once Upon a Time"); Jason Smith ("Food Network Star") makes TV-watching snacks; Rachael makes lasagna.
Eating healthy without being wealthy; foolproof chip and dip recipes; how to dress head-to-toe for less than $100; cutting a grocery bill in half; a meal that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Recipes that are good to know; five-ingredient pasta dish; Jeff Mauro of Food Network's "The Kitchen" makes his grandma's four-ingredient sausage bread; three new one-sheet suppers; actress Judith Light ("Transparent").
Author Whitney Cummings; three easy projects that'll require using leftover materials from DIY projects; five ways to make the most out of the trip to the butcher; a twist on spaghetti.
YouTube food correspondent Daym Drops visits the home of the Philadelphia Eagles to try their best game day grub; David Boreanaz ("Seal Team"); a meal prep guru shows how to stretch his Caribbean chicken recipe into five meals.
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar; three restaurant cooks test kitchen tools; easy fixes for your DIY fails; a new favorite dish for fall.
Actor Anthony Anderson; magician Oz Pearlman; pasta dish with eggplant sauce.
TV personality Regis Philbin co-hosts; chef Richard Blais; actor Mark Feuerstein cooks a family-favorite spaghetti dish with his dad.
One man gets a makeover just weeks before his wedding; upside-down cakes; actor Keith Carradine.
Actor Jussie Smollett ("Empire"); mutt makeover.
Actress Queen Latifah ("Star"); decor tips from a celebrity party planner.
Women who look younger than they really are reveal their anti-aging secrets; foods that may foster a youthful appearance; Deborah Norville ("Inside Edition"); gluten-free quesadilla.
Donnie Wahlberg ("Blue Bloods") and Jenny McCarthy answer the audience's relationship questions; foodie correspondent Daym Drops learns to make authentic mozzarella; Rachael prepares pork pizzaiola.
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones; viewers test-run three innovative new bras, including one that can be worn 10 different ways; Rachael's new Italian dinner: zucchini parmigiana.
Musician Wyclef Jean; a couple who lost more than 300 pounds combined get dramatic makeovers; spaghetti with buttered almond breadcrumbs.
Dr. Mehmet Oz; daughter Daphne Oz shows an on-the-go salad recipe; fitness instructor Denise Austin and her daughter bring health and fitness advice and make three-ingredient ice cream; DIY decor tips from the stars of "Good Bones"; chicken dinner.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal brings the inspiring real-life star of his new movie "Stronger," Jeff Bauman; Rach prepares a double cheeseburger; rapper Action Bronson serves up onion rings from his cookbook.
A customer gives chef Ryan Scott's custard French toast and bacon a second chance; a heartbroken bride gets a second chance at her dream wedding dress; Sonequa Martin-Green ("Star Trek: Discovery"); Rachael makes grilled chicken Reubens with bacon.
Francis Garcia and Sal Basille ("Pizza Cuz") and Duff Goldman ("Ace of Cakes") help young chefs; chef Jacques Pépin and his granddaughter; Rachael makes smoky pulled chicken barbecue sammies.
Co-host Nate Berkus shows three Instagram-worthy DIY tricks; chef Chris Kimball demonstrates three ways to cook eggs; Walton Goggins ("Vice Principals") makes a cocktail; Rachael prepares spicy steak.
Drew and Jonathan Scott ("Property Brothers"); Drew shows off his moves for the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars"; comic Graham Norton; Rachael puts her favorite pizza toppings on spaghetti.
Eva Longoria makes cheeseburgers; five NASCAR drivers square off in a high-speed burger-stacking challenge; the guys from BuzzFeed's "Worth It" put three classic New York burgers to the test; Rachael makes a bacon-and-egg cheeseburger for any meal.
Clinton Kelly makes over a woman who has not cut her hair in years; Kevin Frazier ("Entertainment Tonight") breaks down the Emmys' hottest award races; Rachael's husband, John, goes on a foodie field trip.
Chef Curtis Stone demonstrates the three basic methods of preparing a chicken cutlet; Rachael makes chicken under a brick with rosemary and garlic.
Jesse Palmer ("DailyMailTV"); grilling challenge participants Sunny Anderson, Amani Toomer, Anne Burrell and Bart Scott; Julianne Hough discusses her new workout routine; Rachael makes garlic parm chicken wings.
Rachael's new set kitchen; Emeril Lagasse surprises a fan in New Orleans; a surprise reunion for "Biggest Loser" trainer Bob Harper; Rachael prepares a dish Bob has been craving for months.
Dr. Ian Smith helps test products intended to make people look thinner; a facial mask made with wine; making over rooms inexpensively; Rachael makes a steak dinner.
A red, white and blue cocktail; a cute idea for carving a watermelon; Jake Smollett prepares steak sliders; Carter Oosterhouse shows how to get a backyard party-ready in no time; Rachael makes a brand-new burger.
Marc Murphy shows how to set up a grill; Carla Hall ("The Chew") has a spicy chicken recipe; chef Ryan Scott helps an audience member; Food Network's Jake Smollett prepares spicy honey chicken; Rachael makes burgers.
What to do with the last bites of food at home; creamsicle cocktails; chocolate chip cookies; meatball chilaquiles; the last of a rotisserie chicken.
YouTube's Daym Drops visits a dude ranch and gives co-host Jesse Palmer ("Good Morning America") a lasso lesson; Katie Lee ("The Kitchen") marries a hot dog with grilled cheese; chipotle tacos.
Chrissy Teigen makes a summer cocktail; John Gidding and Genevieve Gorder give backyard decor advice; Billy Crudup ("Alien: Covenant"); Rachael makes chicken-and-slaw sammies.
Viewers go head to head and give their best tips for everything from DIY to weight loss, fashion and food; Stacy London, Genevieve Gorder and Dr. Ian Smith help decide who takes home $5,000; Rachael makes a new carbonara.
Bobby Flay prepares three recipes and must recognize animals by touch; men get bathing suit makeovers; nachos.
Marie Kondo ("The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up") tackles the closet of Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank"); Peter Walsh organizes Valerie Bertinelli's house; Rachael makes an easy one-pot dinner.
Emeril Lagasse crashes a cooking class; chef Richard Blais crashes campgrounds and turns cookouts into high cuisine; a pasta supper with homemade sausage and cherry tomatoes.
LL Cool J ("NCIS: Los Angeles"); NBA star Stephen Curry's wife, Ayesha, prepares a chicken dinner; Francese-style chicken paillard with oven-fried asparagus.
Kaley Cuoco ("The Big Bang Theory"); Sunny Anderson ("The Kitchen") makes summer favorites, including al pastor tacos and corn on the cob, in the slow cooker; flank steak with jalapeno-lime salsa verde.
A postal worker gets a makeover; HGTV's Taniya Nayak performs a simple, small-kitchen makeover; Vanessa Hudgens tells how she lost weight; barbecued steak fajitas.
A three-course, no-cook feast; former Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model Ashley Graham shows how to look good on the beach, regardless of one's size; Candace Cameron Bure ("Fuller House") and her daughter, Natasha; a gluten-free pasta supper.
Beth Behrs makes citrus smoothie bowls; HGTV's "The Cousins" give a home-improvement field trip; Rachael makes Italian sausage burgers.
Gabourey Sidibe ("Empire"); Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America") and husband, Ben Aaron; salsa verde tacos.
Dr. Phil McGraw makes pizza and gives advice; Kelly Rowland of Destiny's Child has advice for new mothers; Thai chicken tacos.
Singer Patti LaBelle makes blackberry-jam cake; the mother of Daymond John ("Shark Tank"); Michael Symon ("The Chew") makes his mother's lasagna; lemon-chile linguini and crispy herb chicken.
Teachers swap lunches and share weight-loss advice; a dermatologist reveals what foods may be the secret ingredients to healthier skin; Rachael makes a steak dinner.
Dr. Mehmet Oz enters a giant brain; chef Curtis Stone turns food people might throw away, like potato peels, into tasty snacks; Rachael makes tuna melts.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") discusses his near-death experience and how his life has changed; a healthy, lemony pasta.
Playing "Pyramid" with Michael Strahan; "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro brings his children for a cake-frosting lesson; Rachael makes a new kind of grilled cheese and a spicy soup.
Jessica Seinfeld makes healthy fried chicken; Brit Morin demonstrates three new DIY projects, including a make-it-yourself neon sign; date-night dinner.
The cast of "Pretty Little Liars"; a jellybean taste-test; Dr. Ian Smith tells how to lose 20 pounds in five weeks; a garlicky chicken dinner.
Actress Katherine Heigl; bra sizing; three desserts to make with pudding mix, including a creme brulee fake-out; a Greek chicken paillard.
Jacques Pépin makes a spicy chicken dish; Morris Chestnut shows how he got his killer abs.
Phil Keoghan ("The Amazing Race"); a former CIA agent teaches self-defense; Rachael makes cutlets for dinner.
Couples square off with classic recipes to impress three Italian grandmothers; fashion pros Gregory and Lawrence Zarian reveal how to get expensive designer looks for less money; actor Jason Jones; steak to serve for brunch, lunch or dinner.
A man gets a makeover; a surprise proposal in studio; John Gidding and Genevieve Gorder bring new life to old appliances; a quick and easy soup-er supper.
Dr. Ian Smith; a couple lose more than 300 pounds together; a woman who lost 60 pounds while working out with her young daughter shows off their favorite exercise moves; health benefits of salt; a figure-friendly taco dinner.
Chefs Anne Burrell and Marc Murphy hunt for ingredients to have an Easter feast cook-off; Camila Alves, wife of Matthew McConaughey, shows five easy DIY tricks for Easter; a spring meatloaf with garlic mashed potatoes.
YouTube stars tell how to have a rich lifestyle on a budget; finding the perfect bra; a sausage pasta dinner.
Actress Helen Hunt; a tasty twist on green eggs and ham; chef Chris Kimball brings new foodie gadgets, including a spill-proof mug; a turkey dinner.
Fashion consultant Clinton Kelly ambushes unsuspecting people with spring makeovers; actress Jenna Elfman; new superfoods; a bun-less burger with blue cheese.
Actor Richard Dreyfuss discusses his work and pays tribute to Carrie Fisher; chefs put kitchen gadgets to the test; preparing a home for warmer weather; cleaning gutters; turkey burgers.
Co-host Nate Berkus and husband Jeremiah compete in a designer duel; Sarah Michelle Gellar shares a recipe for coconut chicken fingers from her new cookbook.
A butcher shows how to prepare different cuts of meat; car-care hacks; Josh Duhamel; Rachel makes barbecue burgers.
QVC's David Venable makes nachos and a cookie pizza; the hosts of HGTV's "Home Town" show easy home decor fixes; Rachael serves up a Philly cheese-steak roll; Bob Schneider performs; co-host Regis Philbin.
Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") makes a meatball pizza; actress Valerie Bertinelli; a financial pro teaches a viewer to sharpen her skills at negotiating and reveals the word she should always avoid; Rachael makes a new chicken dinner.
Three recipes that can be made with pancake batter; Peter Walsh gives cleaning advice; the audience puts comic Craig Ferguson on the hot seat; Rachael prepares a creamy pasta dish.
News legend Lesley Stahl; Stacy London on clothing size; weight loss and paint color; cutlets for dinner.
Chicken tenders throw down; Ann-Margret with the scoop on her new movie; Andrew McCarthy; buffalo chicken dinner.
Kyan Douglas on solving three hair problems; brightening old jeans; a creamy pasta dinner.
Dramatic man makeovers with co-host Jesse Palmer; David Boreanaz; Rachael makes beef-and-bacon club sandwiches with guacamole.
Crazy new hair trends; an easy steak dinner; a viewer puts a zero-sugar diet to the test; stuffed potatoes.
Co-host Dr. Ian Smith discusses foods that can cure common ailments; veterinarians and dogs demonstrate three tips every pet owner needs to know; a souper supper.
Cooking, cleaning and shopping on a budget; keeping a purse clean and clutter-free; saving on clothes by purchasing menswear; taking store-bought ramen to the next level; an Italian-style beef/vegetable soup that can help save time and money.
Clodagh McKenna makes her ultimate Irish burger; Irish whiskey and beer fondue; maximizing an income tax refund; Gillian Jacobs ("Love").
Shopping healthy on a budget; chef Richard Blais makes a week's worth of meals for $50; Mireille Enos helps Rachael to prepare make-your-own takeout.
Dr. Mehmet Oz discusses clean sleep and tells how much sleep people should get; Aldis Hodge ("Hidden Figures," "Underground"); Rachael prepares steak.
Chef Curtis Stone judges college-student cooks' dishes; party appetizers, including quesadillas and caramel popcorn; Guy Pearce ("Brimstone"); croque-madame-style chicken paillard.
Julie Andrews ("Julie's Greenroom"); organizational guru Peter Walsh helps three couples break their bad cleaning habits; an expert answers questions about parenting; drunken mushroom spaghetti.
Comic Loni Love hooks up a viewer with a hot new look for the gym; Auli'i Cravalho ("Moana") surprises her adorable mini-me; Irish cooking sensation Donal Skehan; Rachael makes Frito pie.
Jeff Probst ("Survivor"); a former most-wanted hacker shows how to protect oneself and one's identity online; an inspiring New Yorker uses his musical talents to help others; Rachel makes burgers.
Rachael's go-to salad dressing; a summer pasta dinner; actress Susan Kelechi Watson ("This Is Us"); HGTV's "Cousins" have hot DIY upgrades to make at home for less than $50.
Chef Ryan Scott helps a mom who's never thrown a dinner party; things get saucy when Dr. Drew answers "Never Have I Ever" sex questions; a woman wears makeup for the first time; Rachael makes penne with crispy prosciutto on top.
Luke Perry ("Beverly Hills, 90210"); baker Duff Goldman prepares two chocolate-chip cookie recipes; how one family tackled an entire month of cooking dinners at home; Rachael's new burger recipe.
Gretta Monahan tests a hair gadget that is supposed to give instant curls; finding the right bra; a chicken dinner made with only five ingredients.
Co-host Emeril Lagasse prepares stuffed shells; a man with a bun gets a head-to-toe makeover; a light pasta primavera.
Laverne Cox ("Doubt"); Stacy London tests whether there is a science behind the right way to dress; minestrone soup.
A foolproof cake; Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Hannah Jeter helps a viewer find the ideal bathing suit; John Gidding fixes a neighborhood's DIY fails; an easy recipe for gnocchi.
Luke Wilson ("Old School"); inside Rachael's personal recipe books; the members of Foreigner tell the stories behind some of their hits.
Lin-Manuel Miranda ("Hamilton," "Moana") gets help from Stacy London to prepare his mother for the Oscars; Chrissy Metz ("This Is Us"); Oscar-viewing party snacks: popcorn and individual calzones.
One-sheet recipes; Karla Souza ("How to Get Away With Murder"); five easy tricks to fix party problems; a quiche that can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Olympian Aly Raisman shows what she eats for breakfast, lunch and dinner; an Army wife loses 50 pounds and gets a head-to-toe makeover and a surprise; Rachael makes a cheeseburger salad.
"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro makes two easy treats; presidential pets, including an alligator; meatloaf with cheese and broccoli.
Carla Hall ("The Chew") provides a lesson in Frying 101 and makes savory beignets; Rachael makes 12-spice fried chicken with a side of ranch coleslaw; Pete Holmes, from the new HBO show "Crashing," is in the house.
Four varieties of the ultimate comfort food: mac 'n cheese; Emeril Lagasse serves up chicken and dumplings; sweet and spicy ragu; sloppy Joes made with chourico sausage; brownies that have a secret ingredient: red wine.
The show pays off a family's debt, gives a home makeover to a deserving single mom and picks up the bill for some unsuspecting grocery shoppers.
Rachael's husband, John, is in the kitchen; the love story of a couple who went on their first date 33 years ago and are getting married on the show; "MasterChef Junior" judge Christina Tosi makes their wedding cake; sweet Valentine's treats.
Keri Glassman educates teachers about nutrition; two women who accidentally swapped wedding dresses 30 years ago are reunited with their gowns; Michael Carbonaro ("The Carbonaro Effect") performs magic tricks; Rachael makes a steak dinner.
Mark Cuban, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John and Kevin O'Leary ("Shark Tank") hear pitches from entrepreneurial kids; organizational pro Peter Walsh helps a family downsize; maximizing space in a 150-square-foot apartment.
Clinton Kelly prepares baked pasta Bolognese and makes over lifelong best friends who lost weight together, giving them brand-new looks; how to chill beer instantly, and other life hacks; Rachael makes a Spanish chicken dinner.
Inexpensive tabletops and menu ideas for a dinner party; tapas; out-of-the-box Valentine's Day gift ideas; actress Marcia Gay Harden.
A blood drive; Dr. Travis Stork reveals five things ER doctors want people to know; Dr. Ian Smith gives heart-healthy advice; a barber makes a big difference in his community; a healthy pasta dinner.
Priyanka Chopra ("Quantico"); a family of four takes on a challenge to cook dinner at home six nights a week for a month; two easy recipes; chicken paillard.
Three NFL stars prepare their best dishes to get ready for the Super Bowl; Rachael prepares game day favorites, including barbecue brisket tacos and overstuffed potato skins.
Mystery guest Donnie Wahlberg; a couple gets an ambush cooking lesson from chef Richard Blais; pork chops; a final surprise for the audience members.
"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro discusses adding sweets to cake; furniture fake-outs, including a homemade marble tabletop; Patrick Warburton ("Seinfeld"); shrimp and grits.
Melanie Brown (Broadway's "Chicago"); six game-day dips; Beth Stern brings adoptable kittens; a veggie soup with a fruity twist.
Chef Jacques Pépin makes a meal for four for less than $30 and provides money-saving and time-saving advice to use at a grocery store; low-cost beauty buys; $100 bathroom and kitchen makeovers; a garlicky bacon cheeseburger.
Football fans cook up their signature game-day dishes, and co-host Jesse Palmer judges them; winter-proofing a home; two French dip sandwiches.
Co-host Curtis Stone and chef Pete Evans make beef burgundy and chicken wings; comic Andrew Dice Clay and his wife; a meat-and-potatoes supper.
Trends in food, home decor and crafting; lifestyle contributor Brit Morin; a baby gender reveal surprises a family; a twist on pizza; a twist on a parm marinara dish.
Rachael's three favorite kitchen products; an Italian classic meal; two stars of "Kitchen Sink" make two chicken dinners, including honey-mustard chicken macaroni and cheese; Emily Deschanel ("Bones").
Co-host Bob Harper discusses his diet; a 98-year-old yoga teacher; Sara Haines ("The View"); a healthy pasta "fakeout" with Alfredo sauce made of cauliflower.
After losing weight, a mother and daughter get dramatic makeovers; actress Nia Long; an inspiring teen uses ice cream to help fight cancer; Rachael makes chicken pot pie.
A spicy preserve glaze for chicken, pork or fish; Rachael's husband, John, mixes up a cocktail with a bit of bourbon; John Gidding reveals ways to maximize home decor products; Sullivan Stapleton ("Blindspot"); a Greek frittata pizza.
Justin Hartley ("This Is Us"); a nutritionist tells what foods are actually healthy and which ones don't live up to the hype; plus, two adorable young bakers have gluten-free cookie recipes; Rachael makes a cutlet dinner.
Busy moms test kitchen gadgets to help get food on the table faster in the latest Human Lab -- and Daphne Oz ("The Chew") helps them out; "The Americans" star Margo Martindale; skillet desserts; Rachael makes stuffed peppers.
Actress Kirstie Alley; self-defense moves; answers to embarrassing medical questions; a new twist on nachos.
New technologies for skin care; Miss Robbie Montgomery ("Welcome to Sweetie Pie's") makes soul-style spaghetti with meat sauce; design pro Taniya Nayak shows how to turn a home into a game-day party pad; tomato soup with lentils.
Clinton Kelly makes healthy versions of favorite foods; three women who lost a lot of weight get makeovers; a new veggie dish.
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, beauty pro Mally Roncal and home expert Carter Oosterhouse show how to easily apply wallpaper, rescue a baking disaster and prepare perfect scrambled eggs; Rachael makes a chicken skillet supper.
Chef Christopher Kimball shows how dental floss can help with baking projects and has three more kitchen tricks; Peter Walsh's five must-try cleaning hacks; a Mexican spin on a soup and sammie; co-host Regis Philbin.
Gretta Monahan and Zanna Roberts Rassi create 27 new outfit combos; HGTV's cousins, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, show how to hang a gallery wall; rigatoni ragu.
Mother/son duos compete in a cook-off judged by co-host Emeril Lagasse, who shares his mother's Portuguese soup recipe; Rachael makes old-school eggplant parm; Hilaria Baldwin teaches yoga poses.
Oprah Winfrey shares a recipe from her cookbook "Food, Health and Happiness" and answers audience questions; Rachael prepares chicken noodle soup.
Seventeen weight-loss tips; back to basics with Dr. Ian Smith and nutritionist Keri Glassman; co-host Bob Harper shares his tips on weight loss; Rachael is making a soup and sandwich combo.
A three-course holiday feast that can be made days in advance; Audrey Nethery and dancers from New York City Ballet's "Nutcracker" perform; two dishes that can be made with leftover ham.
Cheeseballs; stuffed artichokes and roast cod; Clodagh McKenna makes three one-pan holiday suppers; Pentatonix performs.
A dollar-store challenge; David Muir ("ABC World News Tonight"); a woman helps homeless people; bagels and lox.
White ziti; chef David Burke's stuffed zucchini; Ann Burrell's appetizers; John's cocktails; eggnog Granita; hip-hop mogul DJ Khaled demonstrates Snapchat.
A gift-wrapping expert; Broadway's Illusionists play tricks on unsuspecting audience members; Daym Drops goes to Santa School; making a giant Naples-style calzone at home.
Rachael's husband, John Cusimano; dancers Derek and Julianne Hough; Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America") and husband Ben Aaron; fashion pro Stacy London and her sister.
A mystery taster; Mary Giuliani gives holiday party planning advice, including how to make edible ornaments; a one-skillet chicken dinner.
Richard Blais makes a holiday feast in less than an hour; singer Megan Hilty; foodie correspondent Daym Drops samples some of the best foods in New York City; skillet-roasted meatballs.
Sara Moulton has two cookie doughs to make now and bake later; a woman who has lost weight gets a hot new look for the holidays; comic Gary Owen; a pizza to serve for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
A reindeer pays a holiday visit; animal expert Jarod Miller; financial guru Dave Ramsey; spaghetti with spicy meatballs; co-host Jesse Palmer.
Couples test products that help people who snore or sleep restlessly; actress Isla Fisher; huevos rancheros nachos.
Co-host Emeril Lagasse makes sausage-stuffed mushrooms; cleaning up party spills; Yanic Truesdale ("Gilmore Girls"); schnitzel.
Ballplayer Tim Tebow answers audience questions; Katie Lee prepares cute holiday snacks; decorating small spaces for the holidays; a five-ingredient sausage supper.
Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us"); three entrepreneurs try to impress Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank"); roast veal and plum cranberry chutney; co-host Curtis Stone.
Lauren Graham ("Gilmore Girls"); Taniya Nayak and Carter Oosterhouse fix big holiday decor problems, like dying trees and broken ornaments; turkey chili with roasted poblano peppers.
A woman's husband gets a makeover; Scott Patterson ("Gilmore Girls"); a look back at some of Rachael's most exciting moments on the show, including the time she cooked in space; cheese dogs.
Patricia Heaton makes cranberry cornbread bites and tells why there is an alpaca in the studio; Jillian Michaels discusses fitness and pregnancy; tabletop decor ideas for the holidays; gnocchi with sausage and squash.
Chef Fabio Viviani makes a quick Italian dinner; Olympian Michelle Carter gives a fellow athlete a makeover; Robin McGraw presents child-friendly holiday DIY crafts; turkey chili.
Jane Lynch; Olympian Simone Biles; three holiday outfits flatter any body type; chicken cutlets.
Sunny Anderson answers last-minute Thanksgiving shopping questions; comic Kathy Griffin; money-saving tips for the holidays; Mexican cashew chicken tostada.
Chefs Emeril Lagasse, Sunny Anderson and Rachel answer viewers' Thanksgiving questions; Gayle King brings Oprah's favorite things; a sweet-potato bake; green bean casserole with macaroni.
Chefs Carla Hall, Curtis Stone and Jeff Mauro fix Thanksgiving meal disasters; Rebecca Romijn.
Comic Whoopi Goldberg; chef Anne Burrell demonstrates kitchen basics needed for Thanksgiving; a family live their own version of "The Blind Side."
Christopher Kimball brings kitchen gadgets, including edible markers for children; Clodagh McKenna prepares three side dishes in slow cookers; comic Colin Quinn; creamy pasta with prosciutto.
Thanksgiving how-to questions answered; making gluten-free and dairy-free versions of favorite recipes; a mom gets a makeover; comic Ali Wentworth; roasted garlic tomato soup.
"Double Dare," with Marc Summers; Cameron Mathison ("Entertainment Tonight"); Damaris Phillips makes three no-cook Thanksgiving appetizers; cheesy roasted cauliflower.
Peter Walsh transforms a girl's bedroom; three easy Thanksgiving Day desserts; Trai Byers ("Empire"); five-ingredient spaghetti with salami.
An Army sergeant gets a big surprise; Jake Smollett makes a cheesy manicotti; Black Friday shopping advice; turkey ragout cowboy spaghetti; co-host Jesse Palmer.
Chef Richard Blais makes dishes with Thanksgiving leftovers; designers Genevieve Gorder and John Gidding decorate with dollar-store items; Rachel Bloom plays "Stump the Rach"; turkey carnitas.
Clinton Kelly makes three Thanksgiving dishes; actress Mary Steenburgen; an autumn seafood dinner.
Ted Allen, Marc Murphy and Amanda Freitag ("Chopped") make stuffing; Heather Graham; the right way to make a PB&J; polenta with sausage and mushroom ragout.
NFL star Víctor Cruz; Rachael's husband visits a cranberry bog and makes a cocktail; the Philadelphia Eagles' best tailgate food; a twist on the classic Philly cheese steak.
Clinton Kelly helps people with fashion disasters, including a man who wore shorts to his own wedding; four types of cellulite and how to fix them; Rachael prepares cauliflower steaks with salsa verde.
Drew Carey ("The Price Is Right"); Katie Lee's Turkey Day game plan; a heartwarming story; a cheesesteak patty melt.
Rachael and chef Jacques Pépin make four kinds of deviled eggs, including Bloody Mary-style; Dermot Mulroney ("Pure Genius"); Dr. Ian Smith; stuffed zucchini.
Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank"); a $5 chicken will make three meals; home furniture fake-outs; a soup-er pasta supper will feed a crowd.
A Halloween circus extravaganza; Bob Harper; Sunny Anderson serves three popcorn treats; a dinner that looks like brains.
Actor Tom Selleck; Jarod Miller brings spooky animals; chef Scott Conant prepares a sweet-potato side; Rachael makes pumpkin pasta.
Singer Phil Collins; chef Anne Burrell prepares porchetta; a couple gets a wedding re-do after the groom gets a makeover; turkey carnitas.
Mentalist Oz Pearlman ("America's Got Talent") performs brain-bending tricks; chef Ryan Scott provides five dishes made from one simple biscuit recipe; a nine-layer chicken burrito; co-host Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") explains a new diet.
Choosing paint colors and hanging curtains; Nate Berkus helps someone pick a new apartment; adorable party ideas; Erinn Hayes ("Kevin Can Wait"); no-fail make-your-own takeout.
Chef Richard Blais judges Halloween treats; Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") discusses whether it is illegal to dress up as a clown; John Gidding fixes two decorating disasters; a five-ingredient dinner.
A dating guru solves modern dating dilemmas; Chris Jackson ("Bull," "Hamilton"); sausage pasta.
Duff Goldman fixes baking mishaps; Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America") tells what to pack to prepare for a natural disaster; a classic Italian tart.
Behind the scenes of "Younger," with Hilary Duff; Carla Hall's restaurant in New York City; inside the home kitchen of Devin Alexander ("The Biggest Loser"); Rachael makes pork chops.
Singer Kelly Clarkson; puppies rescued from floods in Louisiana look for homes; five unusual superfoods; Reuben patty melts.
Peter Walsh and Gretta Monahan help a fashion school; Tyler Hoechlin ("Supergirl"); chef Jake Smollett makes New Orleans-style gumbo; sausages with roast broccolini.
Four new ways to enjoy macaroni and cheese include a Buffalo chicken variety; Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day; quarterback Steve Young; spicy pumpkin soup.
Guy Fieri makes jalapeno poppers; the latest medical breakthroughs that could help reverse the signs of aging; a chicken dinner with crispy prosciutto.
Ted Danson ("The Good Place"); fashion expert Stacy London reveals her morning routine and helps a viewer create new outfits; rapper Action Bronson prepares a spicy chicken dinner; Rachael makes chicken pitas.
Actor Rob Lowe; a five-ingredient steakhouse supper; Audrey Nethery ("Stuck in the Middle") performs.
Actor Michael J. Fox; a celebrity stylist shows how to get Beyoncé's hairstyle at home; Rachael makes lentil soup.
Lindsey Vonn; Queen Latifah; Richard Blais makes a six-ingredient meal; a new chicken dish from Rachael.
Sarah Michelle Gellar learns how to buy the best cuts of meat; Rachael gives an Italian favorite a healthy twist.
Chef Mario Batali makes hanky pankies; Dr. Ian proves weight is just a number; Judith Light ("Transparent"); a date night dinner.
Throwing a party in a small space; chef Vivian Howard's peanut, Pepsi and bourbon float; Jaimie Alexander's hidden talent; Rachael makes a one-pan chicken dinner.
Ted Allen provides tips on buying in bulk, dollar store shopping and quick grocery shopping; Rachael prepares a steak with blue cheese and bacon.
Actor Alan Cumming sings and helps Rachael make tortilla soup; Nate Berkus shows off his brand-new home renovation.
Chef Curtis Stone makes teriyaki chicken pizza; trying the latest beauty trends; Lucas Till and George Eads ("MacGyver"); carbonara burgers.
Peter Walsh, Ty Pennington and Taniya Nayak answer viewers' decor, clutter and DIY questions; a gluten-free Italian dinner.
A mystery guest in the kitchen; Kellan Lutz ("Twilight") demonstrates science experiments; cheesy veggie burritos.
Stacy London gives three men body makeovers; a former CIA agent demonstrates four escape moves that can help someone get away from a criminal; chicken tacos with guacamole.
Easy, at-home health checks; Stacy London takes on a weeklong wardrobe challenge; Clodagh McKenna makes three sheet-pan suppers; Rachael makes chicken chili spaghetti.
Training "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro's new puppy; the Cooking Channel's Kelsey Nixon makes freeze-ahead snacks; carbonara strata frittata.
Rachael, Emeril Lagasse and Clinton Kelly make five recipes, including frittata pizza, sweet-and-spicy shrimp, and a chicken dinner, each with five or fewer ingredients; Tony and October Gonzalez.
Ayesha Curry prepares wine-roasted chicken and gets a surprise; NASCAR driver Danica Patrick surprises a deserving veteran; corn dogs with a kick.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") discusses healthy menu options and helps Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino in the kitchen; steak with bacon and mushrooms.
Dr. Mehmet Oz answers viewers' medical questions; actor Jake Smollett prepares taco lasagna; a back-to-school surprise for a special-needs student; a five-ingredient chicken dinner.
Organizational pro Peter Walsh surprises a baseball fan whose house is full of memorabilia; Michael Symon ("The Chew"); Dr. Phil McGraw answers audience questions; a game-day dinner.
Carol Burnett re-creates one of her famous audience Q&As; testing pet, home and beauty gadgets; Rachael makes a new pasta dinner.
Chef Jacques Pépin helps co-host Jesse Palmer prepare grilled chicken tenders; everyone in the studio audience gets a $100 bill; paying it forward; Rachael makes a steak dinner.
Jessica Alba; a large family's selfless act creates a home for six children whose mother has passed away; a cheesy new chicken dinner.
Turning one basic dish into multiple delicious recipes; chef Marc Murphy turns braised brisket into brisket tacos with charred chipotle salsa; Jocelyn Delk Adams bakes a blood-orange mimosa cake that Katie Lee rolls over into two more desserts.
A mom gets a dollar-store makeover; turning budget buys into designer decor; which dollar-store buys are worth it; nachos.
Chef Josh Capon makes a 10-minute dinner; Dr. Ian Smith tells how to cut hundreds of calories at the salad bar; Lawrence Zarian hosts a potluck fashion show; spaghetti with sausage and mushrooms.
Medical trends for "turkey neck"; twins get pastel hair colors; Instagram helps viewers lose weight; a new five-ingredient dinner.
Chef Curtis Stone makes easy pasta suppers; ideas for an outdoor party; HGTV's "The Cousins" show DIY painting tricks; a pasta dinner loaded with vegetables.
Money-saving advice; six ways to save for retirement; saving money on vacations by booking flights at the right time and avoiding baggage fees at the airport; a new chicken dinner with a kick.
Dr. Ian Smith discusses germs in the bathroom; chef Geoffrey Zakarian has advice and tricks for foolproof kitchen cleanup; tomato soup and grilled cheese.
First lady Michelle Obama; the White House Kids' State Dinner; Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA star Stephen Curry, prepares tasty crafts for children; chef Anne Burrell makes a healthy supper; a Greek salad.
Chris O'Donnell ("NCIS: Los Angeles") and his brother make pulled-pork sandwiches; actress Ali Wentworth plays a celebrity name game with Rachael; a rib-eye steak supper.
Tests to get at a physical; 10 seasons' worth of the show's best medical moments; a healthy chili with sweet potatoes.
Technology allows a potential cosmetic-surgery patient to preview a new look before going under the knife; viewers test dog-friendly products; a Southern-style hot chicken sandwich.
Dr. Phil McGraw; three no-bake summer treats include cannoli ice-box cake; chicken shawarma pizza on naan.
Five basic shapes of bottoms and the right underwear for each one; Carly Chaikin ("Mr. Robot"); three no-cook suppers; steak and potatoes.
Three things that people should clean but usually don't; swimsuit trends for any body type; a former CIA agent reveals spy secrets that could save lives; a brand-new burger for summer.
Clinton Kelly's barbecued chicken drumsticks and adults-only snow cones; Rachael makes red, white and blue burgers.
Chef Christopher Kimball demonstrates gadgets for grilling; chef Anne Burrell slow-cooks Mexican-style pork; an all-new grilled chicken dinner.
Stylist Stacy London, Dr. Ian Smith and chef Curtis Stone give summer advice for no-cook soup, sunburns, mosquito bites and handling the heat; penne with ricotta, prosciutto and peas.
Chef Emeril Lagasse makes banana cream pie; actor James Earl Jones; YouTube star Daym Drops tries farming; chicken Cobb salad.
Getting rid of cellulite and sagging skin; Katie Lee makes a summer rib recipe and shares favorite beach gadgets; Sriracha chicken lettuce wraps.
Mario Batali ("The Chew") makes skirt steak with cherry barbecue sauce; party planner Mary Giuliani serves popsicle cocktails; gluten-free lasagna.
Organizing guru Peter Walsh makes over a laundry room; Robert Herjavec ("Shark Tank"); baby sharks and other tiny animals; black bean chalupas.
Dr. Travis Stork provides life-saving advice; a farmer's wife gets a makeover; a makeover on the "Entertainment Tonight" offices; make-your-own takeout: udon bowls.
Talk-show host Regis Philbin helps with bald makeovers; looking 10 years younger without going under the knife; Gugu Mbatha-Raw ("Free State of Jones"); everything chicken fingers with tahini dipper.
Co-host Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") shows off his New York City home; chef Curtis Stone cooks dinner for an unsuspecting shopper; the homes of HGTV's "Cousins Undercover"; gazpacho with Tequila shrimp.
A Mystery Taster; stuffed treats include pizza rolls and Philly cheese-steak rolls; a viewer gets an instant makeover using three items everyone should have at home; patty melts.
Jack Steward and Colton Smith ("Rock the Park"); Reid Scott ("Veep"); chicken tetrazzini; co-host Regis Philbin goes camping with Rachael.
Caitriona Balfe ("Outlander"); Dr. Ian Smith tells how to keep skin safe in the sun; chef Anne Burrell makes zeppoles; Italian hoagies; co-host Jesse Palmer ("Good Morning America").
Christina Applegate ("Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"); Candace Cameron Bure ("Fuller House") surprises a family; Rachael's new furniture line; a new make-your-own-takeout recipe.
Ayesha Curry prepares brown-sugar chicken; John Slattery ("Mad Men," "Captain America: Civil War"); blue-cheese waffles and whiskey chicken.
Sarah Jessica Parker ("Divorce"); how to get the beauty looks of celebrities like Kate Middleton and Rihanna; Thai beef salad.
Actor Donnie Wahlberg; Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family") and his mother; Rachael makes a pasta supper.
Rachael and her husband, John, have a cocktail; Paul Bettany ("Captain America: Civil War"); Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench"); bacon-wrapped avocado.
NFL stars Nick Mangold and Chris Harris Jr. make after-school snacks for their children; Jussie Smollett ("Empire") performs; chicken Milanese; co-host Curtis Stone.
Bill Bellamy, Gretta Monahan, Mally Roncal and their significant others test products intended to remedy some of their biggest pet peeves; Matthew Rhys ("The Americans"); Rachael makes a brand-new burger.
Chris O'Donnell ("NCIS: Los Angeles"); international organizing guru Marie Kondo competes with Peter Walsh; nacho burgers.
Lin-Manuel Miranda (Broadway's "Hamilton") and his mother, who gets organizational help from stylist Stacy London; Puerto Rican tripleta sandwiches.
Actor David Duchovny gives dating advice; three hairy men go from shaggy to chic; Philly hoagies.
TV personality Andy Cohen; dancer Julianne Hough makes breakfast; a YouTube dance sensation performs with the Brooklyn Nets dancers; Chilaquiles.
Co-host Bob Harper provides weight-loss advice and checks in with past members of his "Biggest Loser" teams; a pet helps a man lose 140 pounds; spring vegetable soup and grilled ham and cheese.
Renee Elise Goldsberry (Broadway's "Hamilton"); viewers test products that purport to straighten, curl and add volume to hair; sliced steak salad supper.
Ice Cube ("Barbershop: The Next Cut"); Hill Harper ("Limitless"); Texas pulled-beef chili sloppy Joes.
Dr. Ian Smith prescribes foods by body type; Gabby Reece ("Strong"); Lee Schrager helps Rachael prepare spinach/artichoke burgers.
Dr. Ian Smith discusses diet; Dr. Drew Pinsky answers questions about sex; twins find their unique styles; veal ragu.
Chef Jacques Pépin and his daughter and granddaughter; look-alike mothers and daughters rock spring trends; a mother-daughter house-flipping duo give advice; pork Francaise!
HGTV's "Cousins" give decor advice; the men behind "Pizza Cuz" serve up foodie tricks; Gregory and Lawrence Zarian reveal fashion hacks; a new spaghetti dinner.
Gwyneth Paltrow prepares two of her children's favorite recipes; a financial expert discusses smart ways to use savings; a new pasta dish.
Thomas Lennon ("The Odd Couple"); the stars of Michael Pollan's "Cooked"; breakfast for dinner.
Singer Kelly Rowland plays a game; unsuspecting New York theatergoers get makeovers; Mexican hot dogs.
Personal trainer Bob Harper; Auto Shop 101 with an expert mechanic; Ray the butcher tells how to buy, store and prepare pork and chicken; a seafood supper.
R2-D2 and C-3PO ("Star Wars: The Force Awakens"); Carter Oosterhouse and his favorite gadgets; Alison Sweeney.
Cameron Diaz ("The Longevity Book"); HGTV's "Property Brothers" surprise a young fan; a classic Mexican dish.
Baseball fans team up with players Bob Ojeda and Bobby Valentine to cook up their best dishes; chef Ryan Scott judges; comic Gabriel Iglesias; Detroit Coney dogs.
Actress Debra Messing; Geoffrey Zakarian ("The Kitchen") brings foolproof kitchen-cleanup tricks; magician Justin Flom; a spring pasta dish with bacon and peas.
Lauren Conrad shows how to create a stylish dinner party, including a spicy margarita bar; foodie correspondent Daym Drops gets an etiquette lesson; a viral video star gives a fellow burn survivor a makeover; beef Milanese and garlicky oven fries.
Chef Fabio Viviani makes short-rib lasagna; an Instagram expert performs picture-perfect makeovers on two viewers; the Harlem Globetrotters show off tricky moves; veggie hoagies.
Five kinds of deviled eggs; pork loin with ricotta mashed potatoes; chef Clodagh McKenna makes an Easter bread pudding; Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America") and Val Chmerkovskiy ("Dancing With the Stars").
A spring-cleaning strategy; figure-friendly snacks that satisfy a sweet tooth; keeping oneself clean; how often to throw away cleaning sponges; healthy chicken teriyaki.
ESPN analyst Jay Bilas judges a cook-off; how to lose 15 pounds in three weeks; chicken-and-chorizo tacos.
Co-host Curtis Stone and brother Luke prepare steak; WWE star Stephanie McMahon.
Co-host Bob Harper makes meatloaf meatballs; Cedric the Entertainer; Tori Spelling assembles party-perfect bouquets; beef paillard.
Boxer Laila Ali ("Celebrity Apprentice"); Sophia Bush ("Chicago P.D."); a surprise for an inspiring 7-year-old; a steak dinner.
Four DIY medical tests; Rachael Harris ("Lucifer"); chef Stuart O'Keeffe makes chicken pasta Alfredo; make-your-own takeout; co-host Dr. Ian Smith.
Chef Christopher Kimball brings time-saving kitchen gadgets; TV personality Maria Menounos; Martha Plimpton ("The Real O'Neals").
A test of how one ages and how to prevent it; design pro John Gidding reveals five things every homeowner should know; Sullivan Stapleton ("Blindspot"); a make-your-own-takeout recipe.
Sara Moulton prepares baked chicken and bananas Foster crepes; beauty products; food correspondent Daym Drops and daughter Baby Drops; a soup-er supper.
Laura Prepon ("Orange Is the New Black"); Emily Osment and Aimee Carrero ("Young & Hungry"); a three-cheese pasta.
Dr. Travis Stork discusses five types of coughs; foodie trends; Ginnifer Goodwin ("Once Upon a Time," "Zootopia"); enchiladas.
Man makeovers; Fanny Slater, winner of the Great American Cookbook Competition, prepares Buffalo chicken tacos; Lauren Bush Lauren; fried chicken and cheese grits.
Rachael and John take medical tests with Dr. Ian Smith; sliced steak and spaghetti.
Peter Walsh cleans out Deborah Norville's daughter's room before she heads to college; Gayle King tells how to get the same items that are in Oprah Winfrey's closet; a hearty, meat-free dish.
Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") makes Buffalo chicken dumplings; two-ingredient desserts; Genevieve Gorder makes over a tiny apartment; three little goats that are viral video stars; tapas.
Michael Symon ("The Chew") makes fried potatoes with pulled pork and a beer cocktail; Billy Crudup ("Spotlight"); chef Wolfgang Puck makes dessert; bacon-and-beans sliders.
Comic Craig Ferguson; Rick Springfield performs; chef Jeff Mauro makes a tater-tot snack; kielbasa nachos with beer cheese.
Jeff Probst ("Survivor"); chef Anne Burrell shows how she does her hair; three recipes using mayonnaise.
Talk-show host Michael Strahan; viewers compete at making burgers; Carla Hall ("The Chew") makes fries three ways; a bacon queso burger.
Actress Kate Hudson; Rachael's husband enjoys a cocktail; Jesse Palmer ("Good Morning America"); white chili burritos.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland; the wedding-in-a-week couple gets married in a special ceremony in the "Rachael Ray" studio; Sicilian lemon spaghetti.
Katie Lowes ("Scandal"); the wedding in a week continues with the cake-tasting; Dr. Travis Stork discusses ways to protect one's family from the Zika virus; a chicken-and-vegetable pasta dish.
Professional organizer Peter Walsh and designer John Gidding get into a box and are shipped to a family who needs their help; Stephan James ("Race"); a registry surprise for the wedding-in-a-week couple; fried chicken.
Randy Fenoli ("Say Yes to the Dress") helps bride-to-be Brittany pick out her wedding gown; Malcolm-Jamal Warner ("The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story"); beef pastrami burgers.
A man sees his girlfriend for the first time, with miracle glasses, then proposes; daddy duty in the Human Lab; singer Brandy Norwood; chicken cacciatore.
Rachael's husband makes cocktails; chef Fabio Viviani prepares hearty lasagna and dessert; Christine Taylor ("Zoolander 2"); sliced steak sandwiches.
Joe Morton ("Scandal") plays the guitar; Shaun T dances with a fan; Rach reveals one of her hidden hobbies; chicken Caesar cobb salad supper.
Designer Nate Berkus shows Rachael and co-host Regis Philbin around his New York City home; a bacon/pasta dish.
Rach and John try a marriage experiment; comic Jerry O'Connell plays a game; Bolognese bucatini.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson; a daughter meets her biological mother for the first time; a man gives the shirt off his back in an act of kindness on a New York subway.
NFL stars make game-day dishes for chef Emeril Lagasse to judge; chicken wings and cheesy beer dip; a restaurant owner's moving story; DIY sloppy Joe bar.
Emeril Lagasse's former house band performs on a recreation of his old set; Rachael revisits some of her favorite New York City spots in honor of her original show; Peter Walsh and Genevieve Gorder travel back to their old shows; hot browns.
Sunny Anderson prepares roast chicken, and a viewer with the same name rolls it over into a tasty chili; comic Kym Whitley; a roast pork dinner.
Tim Gunn ("Project Runway"); Rachael helps a couple who cook the same dish every night switch up their supper; Rachael reinvents tuna casserole.
The show's top tips of all time; a woman gets a makeover; advice for hair and style, cleaning, DIY decor, and food; a brand new burger.
Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit ("Grease: Live"); retro cocktails; chef Kelsey Nixon tries to crack a family's secret chocolate cake recipe; a hot turkey sandwich.
Al Roker ("Today"); Deborah Roberts ("20/20"); "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro and wife, Lisa, make brunch with chocolate chip scones; maple pork chops with apples and onions.
Chef Wolfgang Puck makes a salmon dinner; personal trainer Jillian Michaels; E!'s top stylist reveals fashion fixes; an Italian skillet supper.
Getting fuller lips and slimmer legs; HGTV's "Property Brothers"; Constance Wu ("Fresh off the Boat"); chicken nachos.
Co-host Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") shares three healthy dishes; Daymond John ("Shark Tank") plays a game; steak fajitas.
Football fans compete by cooking game-day dishes to win tickets to the Super Bowl; Whitney Cummings talks about her stand-up special; rapper Rev Run and singer Tyrese.
The Human Lab tests products that are advertised to reduce cooking time; Colin Hanks ("Life in Pieces"); a new pasta dinner.
ESPN analyst Jesse Palmer; New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and wife Liza make a slow-cooker dish; game-day decor; a mini meatball pasta dish.
Shay Mitchell ("Pretty Little Liars"); Jarod Miller brings adorable animals; an age-defying makeover; chicken pot-pie pockets.
Heather Graham ("Norm of the North"); viewers put hair trends to the test; Stacy London discusses fashion trends.
Rachael tries to ride a bull; New York City firefighters take part in a hero sandwich-making competition; chef Anne Burrell.
Chef Christopher Kimball provides clever tricks to make life easier in the kitchen; organizational pro Peter Walsh shows how to de-clutter; upgrading a home for less than $100; beef-and-bacon meatloaf.
Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri ("Cousins Undercover") fix DIY disasters; chef Richard Blais makes three macaroni-and-cheese recipes; Gretta repairs a makeover mishap; roast pork loin.
Co-host Curtis Stone makes chocolate fondant cake; YouTube star Daym Drops uncovers hidden New York City restaurants; La La Anthony ("Unforgettable"); falafels.
Design pros Genevieve Gorder and John Gidding; Graham Elliot ("MasterChef") has recipes to help keep weight-loss resolutions; black bean tortilla soup.
Dr. Ian Smith's top five weight-loss myths; Lorraine Pascale makes guilt-free desserts; a former CIA agent reveals three apps for your phone that could save your life.
Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") brings ideas for inexpensive decor; chef Rocco DiSpirito cooks an elegant dinner that fits perfectly with weight-loss goals; healthy nachos rellenos.
Three easy suppers that require zero cleanup; three design looks for one bookcase; former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo has three new ways to use coconut oil; a roast chicken dinner.
Solving sleeping problems; a daughter, mother and grandmother rock the same trendy haircut; mac & cheese with cauliflower.
Rachael's hubby John's Christmas cocktail; Ayesha Curry has fun and festive craft tips; "Cake Boss," Buddy Valastro, is dishing up his family's favorite dessert; a Christmas Pasta.
Debi Mazar ("Extra Virgin") and her husband make white bean and rosemary crostini; last-minute Christmas desserts; Pras from the Fugees talks about his latest project; Italian-style rotisserie chicken noodle soup.
Dr. Ian Smith's brand new cleanse; Sara Moulton serves three easy dishes; Linda Cardellini talks about her hilarious holiday film, "Daddy's Home!"; holiday stew.
Co-host for the day, Curtis Stone; Nigella Lawson makes a classic British Christmas cake; Clodagh McKenna shares one of her Irish favorites: sweet mince pies; Aaron Sanchez is representing Mexico with his Arroz con Pollo.
Commentator Bill O'Reilly; the magicians of "The Illusionists" perform; saving big on holiday gifts; a 30-minute shepherd's pie.
Genevieve Gorder provides gift-wrapping ideas; four ways to dress up a Christmas ham; Sara Gilbert ("The Talk") and singer Linda Perry; cheesy chicken pasta dinner.
Ginger Zee ("Good Morning America") and Ben Aaron ("Crazy Talk"); David Venable makes three one-dish holiday sides; Krysten Ritter ("Jessica Jones"); a 30-minute chicken dinner.
Singer Trisha Yearwood makes three down-home dips and other snacks; Patrick Wilson ("Fargo"); a studio-audience member gets a new car; white pizza frittata.
Comic Colin Quinn; a pasta dish with Chianti.
Katie Holmes ("Ray Donovan"); actor Rick Schroder; jalapeno blue-cheese bacon burgers.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson ("Modern Family"); Camila Alves uses items from a dollar store to decorate for Christmas; beef goulash.
Chef Christopher Kimball brings kitchen gadgets; models Lily Aldridge and Elsa Hosk show how to rock photos like a supermodel; a 30-minute chicken dinner.
Oliver Hudson ("Scream Queens"); a man who looks like Gandalf gets a makeover; Dr. Ian Smith tells how to stay germ-free during holiday travel; steak tacos.
Mike Colter ("Jessica Jones"); holiday party snacks; turkey burgers.
Comic Jane Lynch; Jeremiah Brent fixes holiday decor mishaps; Beth Stern; pork chops.
Chef Damaris Phillips provides recipes, including make-ahead quiche; Peter Walsh shows how to de-clutter decorations; Allison Tolman ("Krampus"); a 30-minute meal; pork cutlets with escarole.
The winner of the "DreamJobbing" contest co-hosts the show; talk-show host Regis Philbin; Cyber Monday shopping; caramel apple pie; chicken turnovers.
Rachael, Evander Holyfield and Laila Ali visit Detroit's Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program; HGTV's John Gidding designs a kitchen for children; turkey Monte Cristo sandwiches.
Chef Anne Burrell teaches Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Ellen Cleghorne how to carve a turkey; Candace Cameron Bure ("The View") makes candy acorns and other sweet treats; apple, bacon and camembert sandwiches made with pork or chicken.
Italian-style Thanksgiving favorites; chef Scott Conant's Porchetta-style turkey; Caroline Manzo bakes sweet potatoes with Mascarpone; a special lasagna; Tony Bennett performs.
Patricia Arquette ("CSI: Cyber"); Ms. Robbie ("Welcome to Sweetie Pie's"); a 6-year-old viral dance star; turkey rolled with stuffing; maple-mustard gravy; cheddar-chive mashed cauliflower.
Scott Foley ("Scandal"); chef Kelsey Nixon makes three Thanksgiving sides without using an oven; Rachael turns Thanksgiving leftovers into turkey poppers.
Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee and Geoffrey Zakarian show how they prepare turkey; Jack Falahee ("How to Get Away With Murder") makes gnocchi; creamy linguini with broccoli.
John McLemore prepares fried turkey and stuffing balls; Grant Melton makes gluten-free apple pie and nut-free pecan pie; risotto Milanese.
Actress Susan Lucci; chef Graham Elliot prepares five low-calorie Thanksgiving side dishes; actress Valerie Bertinelli; a lasagna fake-out.
Co-host Emeril Lagasse makes stuffing; Carla Hall prepares green beans and potatoes; Jeff Mauro bakes sweet potato; Rachael fixes whiskey-brined turkey.
Michael Symon (" The Chew"); YouTube star Daym Drops brings treats from the New York Jets, and players Nick Mangold, Willie Colon and Breno Giacomini; actor James Brolin; beef-and-butternut stew.
Nate Berkus' top design tips; helping a former beauty queen get her pageant look back; Bridget Moynahan ("Blue Bloods") prepares roast pork loin; Rachael fixes smoky beef and bean chili.
Chef Curtis Stone combines collard greens with corn bread stuffing; Peter Walsh cleans out a storage unit; TV personality Donny Deutsch; a twist on minestrone soup.
Gayle King discusses Oprah Winfrey's favorite things; Rachael and chef Ryan Scott prepare Thanksgiving dinner in one hour; stuffing muffins and a twist on green-bean casserole.
Chef Marc Murphy answers holiday cooking questions; beef and bacon chili.
Leah Remini dishes on her new tell-all book, "Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology."; stylist Stacy London.
Spinach-and-ricotta stuffed mushrooms; three couples put Dr. Drew Pinsky on the spot to settle their family feuds; pasta ragu.
The party-planning dream team relieves stress; chef Anne Burrell serves up an easy, crowd-pleasing chicken dish; Genevieve Gorder helps deck out the holiday table.
Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings ("Two Broke Girls"); financial expert Suze Orman cleans up viewer's debts; a student's loan debts are paid off; Ritz cracker chicken fingers.
Halloween: Rachael dresses as a cavewoman; the Hulk -- chef Robert Irvine -- roasts chicken; a mystery trick-or-treater; Rachael prepares steak.
Actress Sienna Miller; veal-and-sage meatballs; broken spaghetti balls; Rocco DiSpirito makes his mama's meatballs; cannoli and gelato from New York's Little Italy.
Sarah Paulson ("American Horror Story: Hotel"); Genevieve Gorder and John Gidding compete to make the coolest costume from items from a dollar store; shrimp Fra Diavolo.
"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro bakes ricotta cheesecake; Rachael helps a woman prepare her first lasagna; chefs Emeril Lagasse, Marc Murphy, Fabio Viviani and Richard Blais break down their Italian essentials.
Italian restaurants throw down their best pasta dishes to be judged by food correspondent Daym Drops and an Italian grandmother; Rachael makes baked ziti.
Lea Thompson ("Back to the Future"); Dr. Mehmet and Lisa Oz prepare a family-favorite chicken dish; a foodie magician plays tricks on Rachael; a chicken dinner.
Amanda Peet; animals that are the faces of some favorite teams; a brand-new dinner dish.
Entertainer Queen Latifah; doctors test three medical products in the Human Lab; mini turkey meatloaves and bacon-baked beans.
Chef Scott Conant prepares a bloody mary and eggs for breakfast; Katie Lee cooks up chicken paillard; Rachael makes beef Milanese; Valerie Bertinelli bakes her Sicilian love cake.
Michael Strahan (book "Wake Up Happy") gives a man a makeover; chef Marc Murphy makes chicken burgers; Rachael cooks up a brand-new chicken dinner.
Actor Tom Selleck; a pescatarian pasta night.
Comic Whoopi Goldberg; NFL star Tony Gonzalez and wife, October; a brand-new dinner dish.
Julie Andrews ("Mary Poppins") and daughter Emma; Scott Weinger ("Aladdin," "Fuller House") grants Rachael's wish to be an animated character; chicken and mushrooms with Taleggio polenta.
Shay Mitchell ("Pretty Little Liars"); Kellie Pickler ("American Idol," "Dancing With the Stars"); chef Nancy Fuller makes stuffed cabbage stew; French onion soup with roasted garlic croutons.
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar prepares easy baking treats for children; chef Christopher Kimball brings time-saving kitchen gadgets; a classic spaghetti supper; co-host Sherri Shepherd.
Chef Emeril Lagasse prepares favorites; actress Kristin Chenoweth; Jay Pharoah ("Saturday Night Live"); spaghetti with bacon and chard.
Chefs Emeril Lagasse and Sammy Hagar; brunch favorites; a cocktail; boozy popsicles; smoky-bacon-and-greens quesadillas.
Comic Whitney Cummings; Deborah Norville ("Inside Edition"); fried bologna sandwiches.
Chef Jacques Pépin's birthday; chefs Ming Tsai and Jacques Torres; adorable puppies; eggs with caviar; drunken spaghetti.
Bobby Flay shows how to serve eggs three ways; Peter Walsh declutters a family of 10, who live in a 950-square-foot apartment; Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench"); beef-and-bacon burgers.
Clinton Kelly discusses online dating; Amy Robach ("Good Morning America"); a new pasta dish.
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon; Nikki Reed ("Sleepy Hollow"); easy party-planning; a dip; paprika chicken.
Ann Romney, wife of politician Mitt Romney, cooks with Rachael; Sophia Bush ("Chicago P.D."); a pasta supper.
Ted Allen ("Chopped"); HGTV's "Kitchen Cousins," Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri; turning one box of brownies into five new treats; garlic bread chicken-nuggets.
Pimento cheese corn-on-the-cob; BLT corn; David Muir ("ABC World News Tonight"); a barber inspires local children to read; a five-ingredient fish-fry.
Actress Jessica Alba; Stacy London, John Gidding and the Pizza Cousins put products to the test; a 30-minute steak-and-potatoes dinner.
Kate Bosworth makes lemon shrimp scampi; Ayesha Curry, wife of basketball star Stephen Curry, prepares her family's favorite meat and potatoes; a chef cooks in a 100-square-foot apartment; a burger with avocado ranch dressing.
Rachael and chef Anne Burrell meet women who have their same names, and one is the worst cook in America; making a perfect burger; Morris Chestnut ("Rosewood"); zucchini-and-corn chili.
Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen ("The Talk"); Katie Lee makes a four-ingredient soup; finalists from "Rachael Ray's Kids' Cook-Off" prepare three-ingredient dishes; a one-ingredient dessert.
Steve Harvey ("Family Feud"); dressing down old bridesmaids' dresses; prosciutto-wrapped chicken.
Heidi Klum ("Project Runway") makes over a former model, now a mom; Grace Gealey ("Empire"); Brooklyn Nets coach Lionel Hollins checks his weight-loss progress with Dr. Ian Smith; grilled-chicken and corn salad.
Comic Carol Burnett; Dr. Travis Stork; queso dip mac-and-cheese.
Dr. Phil McGraw plays tennis with Patrick McEnroe; Daym Drops judges food-cart treats; Portuguese stew.
Actress Mindy Kaling; a college student who wears a bun gets a stylish, shorter cut; chef Richard Blais prepares three easy, healthy snacks; Rachael makes a new pasta favorite.
Rachael kicks off her 10th season with a surprise party; co-host Emeril Lagasse prepares beef tacos; a Mystery Taster; New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declares Sept. 14 The Rachael Ray Show Day; surprises and special guests.
Co-host Curtis Stone makes a poached-eggs breakfast; chicken pepperoni; organizational expert Peter Walsh shows how to make a bed to get a better night's rest.
"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro introduces four desserts that are easy to decorate; design pro John Gidding settles the decor debates of three families; the best times to get deals; a simple pasta supper.
Beauty pro Kyan Douglas gives a woman a makeover; department-store secrets; spinach and ricotta frittata.
Time-saving recipes and advice; Clodagh McKenna prepares make-ahead casseroles; chipotle chicken nacho casserole; creative after-school snacks.
Sunny Anderson makes watermelon kicker and twice-grilled potato; design pro John Gidding shows how to upgrade a kitchen, easily; a woman and her daughter get new looks for returning to school; turkey and green-chili burgers with guacamole.
Denis Leary ("Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll"); Jeff Lewis ("Flipping Out"); a hot dog croque-monsieur.
A woman says goodbye to her 1980s style; gnocchi; dandan noodles.
Chef Melissa d'Arabian helps a woman feed her family on $60 a week; an audience member gets her first haircut in 30 years; using trash to transform a living space; a spaghetti dinner with prosciutto.
Organizational pro Peter Walsh learns how to get a better night's sleep; a woman who does not wear dresses gets help finding a style she loves; creamy chicken and garlic soup.
Bert Kreischer jumps on a Velcro wall to win prizes for the audience; 15 tasty ways to top burgers; grilled chicken tacos.
Stacy London ("What Not to Wear"); three cool desserts for hot summer days; design pro John Gidding settles two decor debates; spicy steak salad with sriacha dressing.
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian shows off three new kitchen gadgets; a simple skillet dinner.
Cat Deeley and Paula Abdul ("So You Think You Can Dance"); stylists Gretta Monahan and Robert Verdi help a bride find her dream dress; chicken-and-chipotle tacos.
Dr. Ruth speaks to audience members; Jonathan and Drew Scott give tips for sprucing up your yard; hot dog flautas.
Regis Philbin challenges Peter Walsh to clean out his memorabilia box; Elisabeth Hasselbeck gets questions from the audience; beef stir fry.
Dr. Ian Smith reveals four common health mistakes; cooking mistakes; bra sizes; "Cake Boss" ladies; one-pot chicken dinner.
Watermelon pizza; making a watermelon frog; Camila Alves makes treats; Derek Theler ("Baby Daddy"); Southern-style chili burgers.
Grillmaster Adam Perry Lang prepares spice-rubbed steak and barbecue sauce; Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") reveals five style secrets; Bella Thorne ("Scream"); a make-your-own-takeout dish; co-host Curtis Stone.
Michael Symon ("The Chew") makes roast chicken with salsa verde; spicy chicken and cheddar waffles; Curtis Stone's croque madame sandwich; Fabio Viviani's lasagna Bolognese; Buddy Valastro's must-bake brownies.
The final weigh-in for the Weight Loss Warriors; TV personality Melissa Rivers; Dr. Ian Smith tells of his day on the set of "General Hospital"; chutney chicken salad.
Sharon Osbourne ("The Talk"); five-ingredient healthy dinners; roasted tomato tart; Italian roast beef sammies.
Michael Strahan's mother and Dr. Ian Smith return for her final weigh-in; Michael's surprise for her; Skylar Astin ("Pitch Perfect 2"); the America Designs Your Kitchen makeover is complete; meat-and-herb-stuffed zucchini.
Author Tom Brokaw; friends and heroes who have worked toward the goal of raising 9 Million Meals for hungry Americans; BLT spaghetti.
Three Tuition Competition finalists must impress chef Jacques Pépin; singer Thalía surprises a fan; a hearty vegetable soup.
Lily Tomlin ("Grace and Frankie"); Cookie Monster prepares a recipe from his new cookbook; NFL star Deion Sanders; Mexican chicken pizza.