This week on GMT (August 28 - September 1)

Monday, August 28: The Big Tex Choice Award winners have been chosen and they’ll bring their delicious dishes to the GMT kitchen and cook up more deep fried fat fun! Then how to pack a lunch your kids will actually eat. Our mom blogger has a twist on sandwiches and fruit and breakfast for lunch. Plus easy dinner casseroles. Then luxury one of a kind cars park in the plaza. ESPN investigative reporters Paula Lavigne and Mark Schlabach talk to us about their new book, “Violated: exposing rape at Baylor University amid college football’s sexual assault crisis,” and we preview a town hall on college campus concerns. Monday at 9 a.m.

Tuesday, August 29: Remember “Mad about You?” with Paul Reiser. How about “I Do...Until I Don't!” Paul Reiser joins us live to tell us about his new movie comedy. Then Kirk Cameron joins us on set with the details on a big family gathering at theaters across the country. It’s Revive Us 2.” Neiman Marcus fashion director Ken Downing holds a live fashion show on GMT with Fall’s Most Wanted straight from the runway! Plus Jane McGarry meets an amputee veteran who’s life was changed for the better with the Adaptive Training Foundation.She works out with this remarkable man. Find out how you could win tickets to see the ballet of “Beauty and the Beast.” Tuesday at 9 a.m.

Wednesday, August 30: HGTV Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott join us live to tell us about their jaw dropping house renovations and take us behind the scenes of their success… with their new book “It Takes Two: Our Story.” Then the Stratoblasters rock the GMT stage and preview the Bedford Blues and BBQ Festival. Plus Bedford’s mayor brings the BBQ! Tom Landry Jr. joins us to preview the Tom Landry football classic. GMT fires up the grill for flaming Asian fusion food! We’re live from Hibashi in Dallas as master chefs show us their dazzling dinner show. Plus the local mom behind tot.com has new baby products on the market. Wednesday at 9 a.m.

Thursday, August 31: GMT is live from the Irving Music Factory as it gets ready to open with a big roster of talent, starting with Dave Chappelle. Golden lime and grenadine are just a few of Pantone’s colors for Fall this year. We’ll show you how to pull off the new Pantone colors. Then a dietitian joins us with the skinny on the best milks and whole grains to keep you healthy this Fall. Paige McCoy Smith takes a tour of the Texas Sculpture Garden and Hall Park Art Collection in Frisco. Plus a concert with Pedigo's Magic Pilsner. Thursday at 9 a.m.

Friday, September 1: Charles Mully comes from the world’s largest family. He has about 12,000 children in his family that he’s rescued  in Africa. The man himself drops by GMT to tell us about his new documentary, “Mully.” Bankroll your mind! International best-selling authors Rich Perry and Larunce Pipkin show us how. The new Legacy Hall in Plano celebrates national gyro day with hummus and gyro recipes from the Shawarma Bar. We test the new intelligent toilet models. Then don’t’ miss an amazing performance of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”Friday at 9 a.m.

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