NBC’s TODAY is the news program that informs, entertains, inspires and sets the agenda each morning for Americans. The daily live broadcast provides current news headlines, weather reports, interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports, and stories that help viewers with their finances, health and wellbeing.
TODAY 3rd Hour: Celebrating Al’s 45th anniversary at NBC. Consumer confidential: How to lower your home heating bill. Motivational Monday: Pizza shop serving up second chances. Rosamund Pike live in studio 1a.
The TODAY team celebrates Al Roker’s 45th anniversary working at NBC. Also, NBC senior consumer investigative correspondent Vicky Nguyen details some strategies on how to lower your heating bill this winter. Plus, the inspiring story behind a pizza place in Philadelpha that is helping people get a second chance. And, actor Rosamund Pike live in studio 1a to catch up and talk about her role in the new movie “Saltburn.”
TODAY 8a: Severe weather moves east. Chris Evert reveals cancer has returned. “The Crown” stars in studio 1a. Glen Powell & Sydney Sweeney on TODAY.
Six people killed and many more injured due to severe storms and tornadoes that caused destruction in Tennessee. Also, tennis legend Chris Evert announces that her cancer has returned – a year after the cancer had gone into remission. Plus, stars of Netflix’s hugely popular series “The Crown” join TODAY ahead of the premiere of part 2 of the final season. And, Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney live in studio 1a to discuss their new movie “Anyone But You.”
December 11: Severe weather moves east. University presidents under fire. Israel makes gains against Hamas. Trump expands lead in Iowa.
Six people killed and many more injured due to severe storms and tornadoes that caused destruction in Tennessee. Also, Ivy League presidents are facing backlash over a testimony given at a Congressional hearing on college campus antisemitism – with the President of the University of Pennsylvania, Liz Magill, resigning. Plus, the latest updates on the Israel-Hamas war with fighting only intensifying in Gaza. And, five weeks before the Iowa caucuses, a new Des Moines, Iowa registration poll provides insight into the presidential contest.
Dateline’s Keith Morrison reads “A Christmas Carol”
As a bonus for TODAY fans, we’re sharing the trailer for season 2 of Morrison Mysteries, the original podcast from Dateline and Keith Morrison...
Each season, Keith Morrison takes listeners on a captivating ride through some of the most suspenseful and chilling works of fiction you’ll ever hear. Haunting stories of ghosts, love triangles, jealousy and rage – and now in the spirit of the holidays – he’s taking us to Victorian England for Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol.
If you like what you hear, just search “Morrison Mysteries” for the full story or click here: https://link.chtbl.com/mms2_fdlw
TODAY 3rd Hour: Drug shortage concerns amid holidays. Consumer confidential: LinkedIn’s big ideas in the workplace. Buddy up: Dylan’s family visits a Christmas tree farm. Matthew Goode live in studio 1a.
In-Depth TODAY: As winter illnesses rise, there is growing concern about widespread medicine shortages. Also, editor-in-chief of LinkedIn Dan Roth details what to expect in the workplace and the job climate for 2024. Plus, Dylan Dreyer continues a tradition as her and her family set out to find the perfect Christmas tree. And, actor Matthew Goode live in studio 1a to catch up and discuss his new movie “Freud’s Last Session.”
TODAY 8a: Major storm moves across U.S. Cowboys quarterback on a mission. Ben Platt and Molly Gordon on TODAY. Gael Garcia Bernal on TODAY.
Severe weather is expected to hit many of Americans this weekend, impacting holiday season plans for many people. Also, Craig Melvin sits down with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott to talk about life off the field ahead of a big matchup against the Eagles this weekend. Plus, Ben Platt and Molly Gordon join live to discuss their new film “Theater Camp.” And, actor Gael Garcia Bernal is in studio 1a to catch up and talk about his new movie “Cassandro.”
The show itself gets 5 Stars but…
The show itself gets 5 Stars — I absolutely love how quickly the cast started to feel like “old friends” and how, instead of shying away from the difficult stories, they break them down & add context/explanations to help their viewers gain an understanding.
However, in the end I had to dock a star because of how long it takes for the episodes to become available! The first is generally released around 10am CST, the 2nd arrives in the mid-to-late afternoon, and the final episode doesn’t arrive until sometime after 5p. By that time, I’ve already heard the major stories from other news sources & tend to tune out as they discuss the “old news.” Unfortunately, this appears to have been an issue since the podcast began that someone is refusing to fix regardless of how many reviewers complain about it. C’mon guys, don’t be like today’s politicians who make decisions based on financial gain instead of on what the people want!! PLEASE make a change & release your content at a much faster speed as is promised in the show’s description!!
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The today show is the best NBC show ever I will watch it all day long and every time it says Sunday Sunday I say it too