Savannah Guthrie's Jeopardy! Stint Set to End — How Does She Stack Up Against Her Guest Host Competition?
Savannah Guthrie‘s two-week Jeopardy! guest-hosting stint is set to conclude on Friday, and while the Today host is not ruling out a full-time return, she acknowledges that such a promotion would present significant scheduling issues. READ MORE
Jeopardy!: Anderson Cooper, Dr. Oz Among Latest Crop of Guest Hosts
The question is: Who will be next to step into the late Alex Trebek’s shoes as guest host of Jeopardy!? And now we have our answer. READ MORE
Year in Review: Election Year MVPs Who Helped Get Us Through Allll That
The pandemic and resulting nine-month-long (..and counting) quarantine afforded each of us all the time in the world to absorb every bit of Election Year fol-de-rol.
Hooray, us? READ MORE
Today's Savannah Guthrie Stays Home, Works Out of Basement Amid Coronavirus Concerns — Watch Video
Hoda Kotb is flying solo in NBC’s Studio 1A, as her Today show co-host, Savannah Guthrie, begins working from home out of an “abundance of caution” during the coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Today Anchors React to Matt Lauer Rape Allegation: 'This Is Shocking and Appalling' — Watch Video
Today on Wednesday addressed detailed allegations leveled against disgraced former co-anchor Matt Lauer, who now stands accused of rape. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Nathan Phillips: Native American Activist Accuses Nicholas Sandmann of Being 'Coached' for Today Sit-Down
A day after Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann sat down with Savannah Guthrie to defend that smirk-seen-’round-the-world, Native American activist Nathan Phillips appeared on NBC’s Today to share his version of what went down at that now-infamous March for Life event. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Covington Student From Lincoln Memorial Face-Off Explains 'Smirk,' Insists He Was 'Not Disrespectful'
Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann did not taunt Native American activist Nathan Phillips, the teenager said during a Wednesday morning interview on NBC’s Today. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Savannah Guthrie Is 'So Sorry' for Swearing Live on Today — Watch Video
Today show anchor Savannah Guthrie is apologizing Wednesday after she was caught saying “s–t” on a microphone she apparently didn’t realize was picking her up. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Paula Abdul's NBC Pilot, Netflix Lands Louis C.K. and More
Straight up: Former American Idol judge Paula Abdul will play a fun, imaginary-friend version of herself in an untitled NBC comedy pilot READ MORE
Savannah Guthrie Re-Ups at Today
Savannah Guthrie will definitely return to Today when her maternity leave is up: The morning-show co-anchor recently inked a new deal with NBC. READ MORE