Glenn has been talking a lot about “The 7” since he came back from vacation with a new direction for the show, focusing on the e4 solution. And now he wants to show how “The 7” really can change your life by documenting people actively taking the steps outlined in the book. And the best part, you can get the show for free, although no one told Glenn that.
Glenn made the announcement on radio this morning. “Keith Ablow is starting a show on Insider Extreme (no Glenn, it’s on glennbeck.com/the7 for FREE), and this one is -- and we don't even know how it's going to work out. All reality shows, they tape them, they're in the can and they know how they're going to work out. This one we've decided not to do that. We've decided this thing could melt down.”
“We have Keith working with, we don't even know who yet. It debuts tomorrow.”
“[Keith’s] going to be working with somebody that wants to change their life, and we don't even know what area -- I mean, they could be suicidal, they just might be somebody who is, you know, having problems with their marriage or whatever and wants to do The Seven. And this is going to be reality.”
“If somebody calls in the middle of the night, it will be on the Insider Extreme (Again Glenn, it’s on glennbeck.com/the7).”
During the break, Stu broke the news to Glenn that he’s lost control of his company and that the show is in fact on glennbeck.com/the7, not on Insider Extreme. He continued to comment on the upcoming show’s content.
“There are several people, they still haven't narrowed all the candidates down, but there are several people that are going to be part of this live therapy session.”
Stu added, “We have no idea if the person's going to get in front of the camera and just stop talking, we don't know if they are going to start crying, we don't know if they are going to start throwing things at Keith Ablow. We have no idea what's going to happen.”
In an interview with Glenn, Dr. Ablow said, "If somebody has a meltdown, somebody has a meltdown. And listen, those who are courageous enough and committed
enough to take this journey with me, I'm in it with them. But they also have to be aware that their taking along those who are watching with us whose hearts are therefore on the journey with us. And sure, we're not going to edit out anything. If there are tears, if there's rage, if there's a midnight call where people say I don't know if I can go on, we've got to show that because you know what? That's the kind of gut level remaking of the soul that people have to be prepared for in their own lives."
VP of Publishing and Executive Producer Kevin Balfe refused to issue a comment on the upcoming show.