Find My Family

Find My FamilyNetwork: ABC
Episodes: Six (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: November 23 — December 21, 2009
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Lisa Joyner and Tim Green (hosts).

TV show description:      
This reality program seeks to reunite lost loved ones via emotional journeys that are all captured for the camera.

Each episode is self-contained and starts by establishing the emotional back stories of one or two different families who are in search of lost relatives. With limited information, a research team undertakes the difficult task of sifting through archives and tracking down records, looking for missing links.

Once they have uncovered the connections they’re looking for, host Lisa Joyner contacts the newly-found family member to let them know that their biological family has sought them out. Tim Green narrates each story as it unfolds and meets with the people who originated the search. The in-person reunions will take place at the “Family Tree.”

A follow-up with each family concludes each episode.

Series Finale:     
Episode six
ABC only aired the first five episodes and cancelled the series.


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4 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Angelica says

    Hi I was wondering how do I get in contact with some one to tell them my family story aout how my uncle walked out on us before I was born my mother her sisters anfd bothers never saw him since .so we don’t even know if he’s dead are alive tha last time someone saw him was in 1998 my mother said one day he just got up and walked off

  2. Willie Querubin says

    Hi, I’ve been helping my Uncle from Canada find his Aussie biological father. He has just been here in Sydney recently to visit us and also visit the land of his never seen father. He is now 65 years old and has just recently undergone a 5-valve heart bypass. I’ve made some progress in tracing his Dad based on deceased relatives information. If you can help us please, it is most appreciated. Thank you and God bless.

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