Who do you think you are?

Friday, April 23 at 8:00pm ET/PT (7:00pm CT, 9:00pm MT) on Citytv

Susan Sarandon was always intrigued by her grandmother, Anita Rigali, who disappeared when Susan’s mother Leonora was a child. Anita didn’t reappear again until Leonora was a teenager and aside from a couple of meetings, Leonora never heard from Anita again. Susan had heard rumours that Anita was a showgirl in New York but nothing was certain – where was she from and what happened to her? Some clever sleuthing catapults Susan to Italy in search of the Rigali family line, where she discovers she has very deep Italian roots. Back in New York Susan uncovers a death certificate, which provides the missing link to tracking down some long lost relatives and the fate of Anita.

Friday, April 2 at 8:00pm ET/PT (9:00pm MT, 7:00pm CT) on Citytv

Brooke Shields embarks on a journey to discover which side of her divided family she identifies with most. On the one hand there is her mother’s thrifty ”coupon clipping” New Jersey family, and on the other her father’s more illustrious European aristocratic family with rumoured royal connections. In New Jersey, Brooke explores the immigrant neighbourhood where her grandmother Teresa Dollinger grew up and uncovers the truth about Teresa’s painful formative years. Back in New York, Brooke sets out on the trail of her very different paternal ancestry. Her journey takes her to Rome where she discovers that her ancestors were one of the wealthiest and most influential families in 19th Century Italy. But it doesn’t end there – on the trail of yet another illustrious ancestor, Brooke heads to Paris and the very heart of French nobility!

Friday, March 26 at 8:00pm ET/PT (9:00pm MT, 7:00pm CT) on Citytv

Despite being extremely close to his father, Matthew Broderick knew very little about his paternal grandparents, James Joseph Broderick and Mary Martindale, both of whom had passed away by the time he was born. He’d heard rumours that his grandfather was a World War 1 hero, but were they true? Following in his grandfather’s footsteps, Matthew heads to the battlefields of Northern France, where he uncovers the extent of his grandfather’s bravery as part of the American Expeditionary Force during World War 1. Back in America, Matthew discovers that his grandmother Mary Martindale was also descended from a war hero – Robert Martindale was a union soldier in the Civil War. Intent on honouring Robert’s bravery, Matthew sets out to solve a 150-year-old mystery.