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Mel Robbins from "Monster In-Laws" stars in the A&E reality series in which she moves in with families on the brink of disaster and uses any means necessary to pull them back together.

Mel's tactics are unpredictable and her success solving relationship problems is unparalleled. She's ruthless in her observations, unorthodox in her methods and committed to healing families across America. When Mel's in charge—it's going to be intense and hilarious—as she nails people to the wall and forces tough, real truths to surface and be faced.

Mel is a former trial lawyer who's earned herself the nickname "The Defender of Common Sense" handing out news commentary and advice to callers across America on her syndicated radio show—"The Mel Robbins Show." Her advice and commentary has been seen by millions of people, on shows ranging from The Today Show to Fox Business. Her radio show airs on the Cox Radio Network and Atlanta's News/Talk WSB, The Lifestyle and Business Talk Radio Network, as well as Greater Media's Boston Talks 96.9fm.

Mel is also the best-selling author of "Stop Saying You're Fine," "Discover A More Powerful You" and a monthly columnist for Success Magazine (1.5mm subscribers). She delivers hilarious and topical keynote addresses across America and Europe at events ranging from TEDx to The Trump Network, Women's Leadership events to Sales Conventions/User Conferences.

On the personal side, Mel is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Boston College Law School and a married mother of three young kids. Her husband, Christopher Robbins, is the co-founder of Stonehearth Pizza.

Most nights (once the kids are in bed), you'll find Mel at home writing her award-winning blog, eating cold pizza, sipping a bourbon on the rocks with her Australian shepherd, Amigo, sleeping beneath the desk.

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