Hoda Kotb Surprises Emotional Today Team With New Daughter — Watch
Kathie Lee Gifford Exits Today: Watch Regis Philbin's Farewell Message
On Friday, NBC’s Today poured one out for Kathie Lee Gifford, who departed the network’s flagship morning show after 11 years as co-host of the 10 am hour. Her farewell included multiple celebrity cameos (Barry Manilow! Flo Rida! Dean Cain!), as well as a touching tribute from her former Live! partner Regis Philbin. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Temptation Renewed, Kathie Lee's Final Today and More
Today: Jenna Bush Hager to Replace Kathie Lee Gifford in Fourth Hour
Jenna Bush Hager is confirmed to succeed Kathie Lee Gifford as Hoda Kotb’s co-host for the fourth hour of NBC’s Today, it was announced on Tuesday morning. READ MORE
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
Today Reveals Cohosts for Post-Megyn Kelly Third Hour — Who's Taking Over?
Today is calling on some familiar faces to permanently lead its in-limbo third hour.
Kathie Lee Gifford Leaving Today in April — Watch Her Announcement
TV Halloween Costume Contest 2018: black-ish Panther, Big Bang Trades Places, Seacrest Traumatizes and More
The broadcast TV networks have hosted a graveyard smash of their own for the past week, as fictional characters and talk show hosts alike showed off their 2018 Halloween costumes. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS