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The 20th Anniversary Season is in the long run. From the beginning of the year, 'From the Overmedication to the Past Success Stories, Dr. Phil Phil's '60 is the latest spooky-style season, and the season is not long after the end of its long-running anniversary

The 20th Anniversary Season is in the long run. From the beginning of the year, 'From the Overmedication to the Past Success Stories, Dr. Phil Phil's '60 is the latest spooky-style season, and the season is not long after the end of its long-running anniversary

In spite of the lack of hundreds of channel options, a series focusing on mental health was nowhere to be found.

In spite of the shit of a lot of attention, the doctor of psychology landed his own series on Sept. 16, 2002, and the team, which includes his wife, Robin, on camera and executive producer Carla Pennington behind it, kicked off with an episode focusing on stressed-out parents who yelled at their kids.

They've never looked back 20 years later.

The show launched, and the compass to those who are lost in their lives was a dirty secret, explains Pennington, who is still with the show for full run. "At the time the company launched the first show, mental health was the second of the list and he kept the record that people in crisis were the same issue with other people out there who had the right problem.

Dr. Phil is the no. 1 syndicated talk show, according to a CBS Media Ventures rep. During the last four weeks of his newest season, which premiered Sept. 13, nearly 18 million viewers came.

If he goes beyond the nip, a man will be able to perform the show with his perspective. If someone goes for the news, then snubs, who is the CEO of CBS Media Ventures and the director of the company, to play the talk show, is ids in the movie theater. "No one else can do that with him," says president.

The show began focusing on the effects of a resurgence of the hazy. When the 2020 pandemic and quarantine hit, it was shifted to vogue and threw out the potential for societal change and trends, but then focused on broader changes and developments.

When we entered lockdown, McGraw said, Im really concerned about what will happen to the mental health of this country when we start to come out of that, recalls Pennington. And now we are seeing it.

As the show honed in on quarantine-related anxiety and stress, McGraw became the voice of reason for millions of audience members. It was a shared experience that everyone felt they were not alone and made the conversation accessible to the masses, she continues. Isolation was an extortion for everybody.

He was absolutely indispensable to CBS Media Ventures, too: LoCasio recalls the company holding a town hall where he spoke for 20 minutes and addressed employees about quarantine-related mental issues.

His message was spot on, says LoCasio. People needed that in the early stages of COVID.

The show is taking a look at some of its success stories, featuring viewers offering takeaways of what they learned on the show.

Several marriages are on the brink, the divorce rate has gone up. People have some parenting stress because they are so busy that they have been doing those shows for a while now we do them again after we have gone away from it for another two years.

On the contrary, it seems like a real satisfaction to see how Dr. Phil has changed the landscape. In the end, the show would have caught fire without having McGraws show topics as springboards, Pennington says. Nonetheless, she says the shows are sure that the American community has moved the needle on mental illness.

Pennington likes having early guests who've learned from McGraw to become productive citizens. This is no longer a stigma.

After 20 years of air, a lot has to go right, says LoCasio. Its ok for people to listen to your message and work with edwards. It has rewrites and repeats the message. At the same time, it is incredibly important that the future is long gone.

It seems that McGraw has no intention of wrapping things up. There will always be another problem or trend to respond to, and he wants to help people get through some of their toughest moments.

The aforementioned are the social media influencers who are looking to become TikTok stars dropping out of college. If so, we'll continue to follow the trends. There are social-media influence, kids who want to ask, What the hell are they thinking? And we will say that, 'What what the Hell are you thinking for years to come.