Monday, April 11th: The diamonds, divas and drama come to Dallas! Before the big Real Housewives of Dallas premiere, we get the behind-the-scenes dish with lifestyle blogger Cynthia Smoot and a special guest. And, we get “pinned” by nationally recognized DIY Designer Lia Griffith. She shows us how to take the art of paper crafting to a whole new level. Plus, the city of Frisco has created a “mini” town! The small town that includes everything from a bank to a Wal-Mart, but no one works in the buildings. We take you there live to explain why. And it’s one of the fastest growing sports in the world: cup-stacking. One of the world’s best shows his stuff Monday at

Tuesday, April 12th: Bring your appetite to the show! It’s National Grilled Cheese Day, which means the chefs at Dallas Grilled Cheese Company will cook up one of their newest and tastiest sandwiches to celebrate. After that, we get dessert at Howdy’s Homemade Ice Cream. It’s not only the cold treats that make this place special; the owners hire workers with Down Syndrome to serve up the tasty desserts. Then, things get “White Hot” with actor John Schneider and author Sandra Brown. The two teamed up for a new Hallmark movie based on her best-selling novel. The pair thrill us with a live chat about making the movie. Plus, we groove with the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Dance Squad. This year the team will break new ground by adding men to the team, becoming the first and only co-ed dance crew in the NFL. Plus, we bring the beach to you! Carrollton Square Spa helps us relax with new massage methods that include Tiger Clam Shells on Tuesday at 9 a.m. on GMT.

Wednesday, April 13th: We’re going to new heights! Professional tree climber Miguel Pastenes takes us high into the trees to show us what goes into preparing for this year’s international competition. Plus, we get amped up about the Cheesecake Factory’s new super foods menu! We check out its Super Antioxidant Salad and learn about the nutrient-rich, fresh, high quality ingredient menu. And, travel expert Samantha Brown stops by to help us plan the perfect trip this summer, and give us a few tips for finding secret spots you and your family will love. Then, what’s better for a long trip than a great book?! Literary expert Gwen Reyes breaks down the hot new reads for the season. And Dr. Sheron Patterson teaches us how to help our aging parents as we switch roles from child to caretaker. Tune in Wednesday at 9 a.m.

Thursday, April 14th: Need a little boost? We visit Inspirations Coffee House in Princeton, where they serve up more than just a cup of joe. In addition to expressos, lattes and food, you can also start a business inside the shop! And from Duck Dynasty to City Hall: Uncle Si’s daughter, Trasa Roberston Coburn hopes to use her name to help the city of Hurst. We talk with the teacher about her goals for the future of the city. Plus, world-renowned photographer David Yarrow makes his Dallas debut this week with dozen of pieces around town. He joins GMT Thursday to talk about his art, and his passion project with Prince William. Then, from trash to treasure! We take online design inspirations and create one-of-a kind pieces with supplies in unexpected places. That’s all Thursday at 9 a.m.

Friday, April 15th: Dallas welcomes back Patrick Duffy! He helped put the city on the map in the TV show "Dallas", now Duffy stars in a new movie called "Hotel Dallas". The North Texas favorite is in town for the Dallas International Film Festival, and he stops by to tell us all about his love of the city and his new movie. Then, she’s written songs for Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, and Randy Travis, now Erin Enderlin is stepping in front of the microphone. The award-winning singer-songwriter kicks off her “Rough and Tumbleweed” tour right here on our GMT stage. Plus, we help Plano celebrate another big expansion with McCall Plaza. The city is hosting a huge celebration Friday night, but first we get an inside look at the venue. Then, GMT runway is ready for Runway Dallas! The big event hosts 12 designers in its second year at the Gallery at Midtown. We get a sneak peek at the women’s career collection, men’s sports collection and even the dogwear collection! And, home at last! Award-winning Texas author Jan Sikes stops by to talk about her latest book “Home at Last”, a true story told through fictitious characters, proving that sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction, Friday at 9 a.m.