"Miss U Much" (TV show) is a VH1 series hosted by actress and comedienne Catherine Reitman.

Have you ever wondered what's up with some of your favorite TV, movie or pop stars from the last 20 years? Not all young celebrities end up with a mug shot and an arrest record. Some have moved on to careers outside of entertainment, while many are still active in showbiz.

Each week, the series will profile three of your favorite celebrities and take a peek inside at what they are doing now with their lives. Catherine spends a day with each celebrity and asks the questions all adoring fans would love to ask — even getting a little too "personal" at times.

Some of the celebs who will share what they have been up to include Aaron Carter (singer/actor), Alan Thicke ("Growing Pains"), Andrea Barber ("Full House"), Beverley Mitchell ("7th Heaven"), Brian McKnight (singer), Coolio (rapper), Corin Nemic ("Parker Lewis Can't Lose"), Dave Coulier ("Full House"), Danielle Fishel ("Boy Meets World"), David Chokachi ("Baywatch"), Darius McCrary ("Family Matters"), Dennis Haskins ("Saved by the Bell"), Jaimee Foxworth ("Family Matters"), Jamie Walters ("90210"), Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees), Jeremy Jackson ("Baywatch"), Jeremy Miller ("Growing Pains"), Justin Guarini ("American Idol"), Kelly Packard ("Baywatch"), Lark Voorhies ("Saved by the Bell"), Mara Wilson ("Mrs. Doubtfire"), Nicholas Brendon ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Romeo (rapper/actor), Samm Levine ("Freaks and Geeks"), Sasha Mitchell ("Step by Step") and others.

VH1's "Miss You Much" is executive produced by Shelly Tatro, Karla Hidalgo and Jeff Olde for VH1.


Network: VH1
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: December 2, 2012
Seasons: 1

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