Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman's 23-year-old wife Chelsea Goff is featured in this Friday's "Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta" on TLC.
Goff married Freeman in November.
"He is just a great person. We've been together almost three and a half years and he still opens my car door for me," she said on the show, which airs at 10 p.m. Friday.
Her ceremony dress was an embroidered mermaid gown with an extended train and customized sweetheart neckline. Her reception dress was a beaded V-neck with a textured net skirt with ostrich feathers.
Atlanta-based TNT has renewed "The Librarians" for a second season. The unusually titled fantasy adventure drew the second highest ratings of any new drama in 2014, behind only TNT's "The Last Ship."
Counting multiple platforms, TNT said the show reached 11.4 million viewers a week. Ten new episodes will air later this year.
"The Librarians" center on an ancient organization hidden beneath the Metropolitan Public Library dedicated to protecting an unknowing world from the secret, magical reality hidden all around. The series was based on a film trilogy TNT aired years ago starring Noah Wyle (now on TNT's "Falling Skies", who pops in on a recurring basis.)
Atlanta-based TNT is airing a preview of a new reality show "Meet the Smiths" after the NBA All Star Game this Friday. It features former NBA star Kenny "The Jet" Smith and his wife and five kids.
While his family is based in Los Angeles, he visits Atlanta often as a basketball analyst for TNT's "Inside the NBA."
Smith's reality show debuts April 3 at 9 p.m. on sister station TBS.
When he mentions how people "Google' him, one of his daughters scoffs: "You're not THAT poppin'!"
"You look like a big peanut head," his garrulous six-year-old son Malloy says.
"They need to re-nickname him 'The Snail,' " his older son AJ notes.
"I am the coolest person they know even though they don't know it," Smith says.
This is a formula that goes back to 2002's "The Osbournes," followed by similar shows such as "Run's House," "Deion's Family Playbook" and the current Atlanta-based USA show "Chrisley Knows Best," to name a few. (It feels far less contrived than "Chrisley Knows Best," if that matters much to you.)
He is pretty laid back but does get a little nutty when his teen daughters try to look sexy. He also likes to use tortured analogies, referencing microwaves, beaches, rabbits and fires.
While he's in Atlanta, we will get to meet him hanging with his NBA analyst buddies such as Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley.
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