Dr. Drew On Call

Driven by current events, "Dr. Drew" on HLN focuses on the human - and human behavior - at the center of the story.

Tonight: Newlywed murder trial

Tonight: Newlywed murder trial

We’ll have an update on the trial of a man accused of murdering his bride of three days.

He’s representing himself in court. His former girlfriend has testified against him, saying he hatched the plan to get rid of his wife…with her. Dr. Drew and guests have some thoughts about this sensational case.

Tonight: Hair too short for Christian school?

Tonight: Hair too short for Christian school?

A Christian school says that an 8-year-old student needs to act more feminine, or else.

Her grandparents have taken her out of school as a result. “God has made her female,” according to administrators who apparently object to her short hair, stoking their fears about her gender identity. Dr. Drew and guests will have a thing or two to say about this.

Tonight: Debris from flight 370?

Tonight: Debris from flight 370?

We’ll have the latest on Flight 370.

Is debris in the Indian Ocean from the missing plane? Experts will answer viewer questions.

Video trend? Kids posting how to get teachers FIRED

Video trend? Kids posting how to get teachers FIRED

Teenagers are posting crude video tutorials online on how to get teachers fired from classrooms -- and educators are up in arms.

The troubling trend -- there are several videos posted on YouTube -- shows teens giving advice on how to get teachers removed from the classroom on the most frivolous of accusations.

Tonight: Flight 370 latest

Tonight: Flight 370 latest

Dr. Drew and guests will discuss the missing plane—and the effect uncertainty has on relatives. Experts will answer viewer questions.

Teachers, look out! There are videos on Youtube instructing students on how to get their teachers fired. In one of the disturbing videos a person believed to be student is heard talking about molestation and saying, “…you need to play the victim.” Teachers are being warned to limit contact with students. But is this enough? Can anything be done to stop this type of behavior that could ruin a person’s career, and life?

Tonight: Reaction

Tonight: Reaction

Why the different reactions from loved ones of those on Flight 370?

Why are some overcome by emotion? Why are some stoic? Why are some still holding out hope, while others seem to accept today’s news? Are there cultural differences that explain the reactions? Dr. Drew will discuss the outpouring of anger versus grief. And why has much of the world been so interested in this mystery? The Behavior Bureau joins Dr. Drew to address.

Dr. Drew: Now the 'mourning process' begins

Dr. Drew: Now the 'mourning process' begins

HLN's Dr. Drew Pinsky says the announcement Monday that missing plane Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 "ended" in the Indian Ocean will bring, sadness, anger, and grief to the families. But, it is another step along the healing process.

Dr. Drew said it's not difficult to comprehend the emotions going through the hearts and minds of many of the families of Flight 370 passengers and crew.

Tonight: Flight 370 families holding out hope

Tonight: Flight 370 families holding out hope

We’ll have the latest on the missing plane.

The search for what may be debris will be underway again as our show begins. We’ll talk to family members, who are holding out hope that loved ones are alive. Also, is there a role for psychics in the search? Expert guests will answer your questions.

Tonight: Fate of the missing plane

Tonight: Fate of the missing plane

Dr. Drew and crew will weigh in on the latest news about the missing plane.

Some are willing to believe anything, including some far-fetched theories. What does it say about us? The Behavior Bureau sounds off.

Tonight: Will jet mystery ever be solved?

Tonight: Will jet mystery ever be solved?

Dr. Drew and guests will discuss the latest theories about the missing passenger jet.

Could something simple, such as a mechanical fire, explain the diversion? Are searchers looking in the wrong place? What is all this uncertainty doing to the families holding out hope? The Behavior Bureau looks for answers.

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