Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are chatting with Kristin Chenoweth — all about her new album, “HAPPINESS is…Christmas!” and her thoughts on Ariana Grande taking on the role of Glinda in the upcoming “Wicked” movie. Plus, “Women's Day” editor-in-chief and author of “Your Fully Charged Life,” Meaghan Murphy, has your small business gift guide ahead of Small Business Saturday.
We are spread out all along the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Al Roker is chatting with the cast of “Girls5eva” — Busy Philipps, Paula Pell, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Sara Bareilles — and country music star Mickey Guyton ahead of their performances! Plus, Tom Llamas sits down with the first Latina editor of The Harvard Crimson. Also, Jill Martin is helping you jump-start Black Friday with a Thanksgiving edition of “Steals and Deals!”
It's the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and our team is spread out all along the parade route — Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb talk to New York City police commissioner Dermot Shea about the efforts to make sure it is a safe celebration. Plus, a jury has convicted three men of murdering Ahmaud Arbery. Also, Al Roker chats with Jon Batiste about performing in the Thanksgiving Parade for the first time. This, after just getting nominated for 11 Grammy Awards — the most of any artist this year.
Jenna Bush Hager goes one-on-one with Bono — all about his new role in “Sing 2,” and what's next for U2. Plus, 21 chefs — including Martha Stewart, Kevin Curry, Elizabeth Heiskell and Matt Abdoo — are on the Plaza to share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes, tricks, substitutions and much more!
Jenna Bush Hager turns 40 tomorrow and we're celebrating with some fun surprises! Plus, all morning long we have been celebrating Thanksgiving and learning from some of the best chefs — Jet Tila, Anthony Scotto and Elizabeth Heiskell are sharing their best cooking hacks to make your meal planning a little easier.
With Thanksgiving just a day away, millions of Americans are travelling to their Thanksgiving destination and facing busy airports, heavy traffic and higher gas prices — everything you need to know as you prepare. Plus, Al Roker has your Thanksgiving forecast. Also, some Americans are rushing to get their booster shots and Covid tests before their holiday gatherings — this, as cases climb in parts of the country. And, an eight-year-old boy has died after suffering injuries in that Wisconsin holiday parade tragedy.
Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin, Al Roker and Carson Daly are gathering for TODAY's Potluck Thanksgiving! They are sharing their favorite traditions, memories, food and what they are thankful for. Plus, Savannah sits down with journalist Poppy Harlow to chat about her first children's book, “The Biggest Little Boy: A Christmas Story” and going to law school. Also, with holiday shopping underway, we are celebrating small businesses on the Plaza!
It's Trendsday — E!'s Justin Sylvester has all the latest pop culture scoop! Plus, Kelly Rowland chats with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about her new Christmas movie, “Merry Liddle Christmas Baby.” Also, lifestyle expert Limor Suss has last-minute hacks to elevate your Thanksgiving table.
Breaking news — the White House announces it will tap into the strategic petroleum reserves to ease soaring gas prices. Plus, the latest on the victims and the suspect in that holiday parade tragedy in Waukesha, Wisconsin — Tom Llamas has your live report. Also, later today, NASA will launch its first-ever attempt to redirect an asteroid. And, a TODAY exclusive — United Airlines CEO, Scott Kirby, speaks with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb about how the airline is handling the holiday travel rush, the coronavirus and much more.
Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are kicking off our annual “Thanks & Giving” series — today, they are chatting with St. Jude Children's Hospital's national outreach director, Marlo Thomas, and former St. Jude patient, Hayley Arceneaux, on how her recent trip to space is helping kids at the hospital. Plus, the 95th Macy's Thanksgiving Parade is just three days away and executive producer Will Coss has what we can expect. Also, as part of our “Once In A Lifetime” series, Matthew McConaughey has a surprise for a music teacher and his students — see how music education has benefited a Compton school.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are chatting with Dionne Warwick — all about her new single, “Nothing's Impossible,” Twitter and SNL. Plus, Jill Martin has a special holiday edition of “Steals and Deals.” Also, chef Marcus Samuelsson is showing us how to make his herb-roasted turkey for Thanksgiving.
The latest on that holiday parade tragedy in Waukesha, Wisconsin — Tom Llamas is live on the scene with new details and speak to a witness. Plus, two of the 17 U.S.-based missionary group members kidnapped in Haiti have been released. Also, holiday travel is now underway — Al Roker has your latest forecast and Tom Costello is live from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. And, an exclusive interview with Walmart's CEO — what to expect as you shop for Thanksgiving essentials, the latest on the supply chain crisis, price hikes and Black Friday deals.
(00:00-8:05): How does childhood trauma affect us as adults? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and reflected on Hoda Kotb's interview with Will Smith on the Today Show. (8:05-24:59): Josh Larsen, Editor & Film Critic at Think Christian, Host & Producer of the Think Christian podcast, and Co-host of the radio show & podcast Filmspotting, joined Brian and Aubrey to chat about his Think Christian article, “The French Dispatch as Eschatological Coloring Book,” and the Think Christian Podcast episode, “White Saviors (Dune, Passing).” Check out Josh's articles and the Think Christian Podcast at thinkchristian.net And learn more about Josh at larsenonfilm.com and connect with him on Twitter at @LarsenOnFilm (24:59-33:38): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Scott Sauls' blog post, “Confessions of a Sometimes Restless Insomniac.” (33:38-43:25): Brian and Aubrey shared their TOP FIVE Thanksgiving Foods. Aubrey's #1 pick was Sweet Potato Casserole and Brian's #1 pick was Stuffing. (43:25-51:35): Brian and Aubrey reflected on “Oprah's Intention of the Week: Cultivating Gratitude.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Could the very first Thanksgiving meal hold the secret to living a longer and healthier life? Cynthia McFadden is tasting the very first foods of the holiday with National Geographic explorer Dan Buettner. Plus, celebrating 22 years of Natalie Morales at NBC — her goodbye letter to TODAY viewers. Also, TODAY Loves Football — to get you ready for Sunday Night's battle between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles Chargers, cookbook author and restaurant owner Adrienne Calvo has some fun recipes!
In our series “H&J Love NY,” Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are learning some moves from the Radio City Rockettes! Plus, comedian Heather McMahan stops by to chat about her new movie, “Love Hard.”
Breaking — the House passes President Biden's nearly $2 trillion “Build Back Better” plan. Plus, the FDA has authorized Pfizer and Moderna booster shots for all adults. Also, extreme weather and supply chain issues are leading to a nationwide Christmas tree shortage. And, two major storms are set to slow the start of a busy Thanksgiving travel week — Al Roker has your latest forecast.
Maria Shriver is sharing her powerful conversation with Patti Davis, daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, on something they have both faced: caring for a parent with Alzheimer's. Plus, Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie are chatting with Lin-Manuel Miranda about what it was like to direct his first movie, “Tick, Tick... Boom!” and what he did when he found out Andrew Garfield can sing. Also, TODAY Best Sellers — Shop All Day contributor Jenn Falik has all the kitchen gadgets you need.
TODAY has teamed up with People Magazine for its annual beauty awards and TODAY lifestyle contributor Jill Martin, and People's style and beauty director, Andrea Lavinthal are revealing the best hair and makeup products. Plus, Hoda Kotb sits down with Jennifer Lopez and Maluma to chat about their new movie, “Marry Me,” and if marriage is in either of their futures.
The latest in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial as jury deliberations enter day three. Plus, rising Covid cases across the country — Moderna is now asking the FDA to make its extra dose available to everyone ages 18 and up, and it could issue new guidance on Pfizer's booster as soon as today. Also, severe weather, crowds, staffing concerns and new protocols threaten smooth holiday travel — everything you need to know as you prepare. And, Thanksgiving dinner shortages — tips on stocking up on what you need. Plus, Chinese tennis player, Peng Shuai, has not been seen in more than two weeks after she accused a top Chinese politician of sexual assault.
President Biden is heading to the new General Motors factory in Detroit today that will build battery-powered vehicles. General Motors CEO, Mary Barra, gives Tom Costello an exclusive tour. Plus, a TODAY Holiday Handbook — Dr. Natalie Azar and Vicky Nguyen have your guide to get-togethers, traveling, Covid testing and vaccine etiquette. Also, a TODAY exclusive — supermodel Iman is in Studio 1A to chat about releasing her first fragrance, “Love Memoir,” as a tribute to her love story with late-husband David Bowie.
Iman stops by to chat with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about releasing her new fragrance “Love Memoir” as a tribute to her love story with late-husband David Bowie. Plus, TODAY and People Magazine have teamed up to find the best beauty products — TODAY lifestyle contributor, Jill Martin, and People's style and beauty editor, Andrea Lavinthal, are featuring some of the winners.
The FDA is expected to authorize the Pfizer booster shot for all adults — this, as Covid cases are on the rise. Plus, the latest in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial as jury deliberations go into day two. Also, with Thanksgiving just eight days away, millions of Americans are getting ready to travel — what to expect if you are planning on traveling for the holidays. And, we're talking with the director of a new “New York Times” documentary about the infamous wardrobe malfunction involving Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake at the Super Bowl.
Gas prices are up across the U.S. as millions plan to travel for the holidays — we tell you why they're spiking. Plus, celebrating “Harry Potter” — today makes 20 years since the first film was released in the U.S. Also, inside the making of “The Office” and how it has inspired a new book, “Welcome to Dunder Mifflin: The Ultimate Oral History of The Office.” Erin McLaughlin chats with the authors, Brian Baumgartner and Ben Silverman.
It's Trendsday Wednesday! E!'s Justin Sylvester is talking all things pop culture. Plus, it's Alzheimer's Awareness Month, and Maria Shriver stops by with tips for better brain health. Also, “The Old Gays” are chatting with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager about how they became social media sensations.
Al Roker is tracking that wild weather in the Northwest — the problems being created by flooding rain and high winds. Plus, the Kyle Rittenhouse trial will be turned over to the jury today following lengthy closing arguments. Also, breaking overnight — President Biden signs infrastructure bill and holds virtual talks amid US-China tensions. And, the crew aboard the International Space Station has been forced to shelter-in-place following a Russian anti-satellite missile test that caused debris to pass dangerously close to the station.
Hoda Kotb sits down with Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall — what she's revealing about her journey and the importance of staying true to yourself after she was brought into the team to turn around a toxic environment. Plus, a look inside the world of “virtual influencers” — how robots are changing social media. Also, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda are chatting with Andrew Garfield about his role in Lin-Manuel Miranda's new film “Tick, Tick… Boom!” about the life of “Rent” creator Jonathan Larson. And, meet the newest friend on “Sesame Street” — Ji-Young is making her TV debut with us!
Jenna Bush Hager chats with Blake Shelton about life as a newlywed and his friendly feud with fellow “The Voice” coach Ariana Grande. Plus, he's sharing some big news about his entertainment franchise “Ole Red.” Also, wine expert Leslie Sbrocco has tips on how to create the perfect food and wine pairings for your next holiday gathering.
Concerns rise over an uptick in Covid cases as families gather for the holidays. Plus, a 9-year-old boy has now died from injuries suffered at Astroworld Festival. Also, attorneys are making their closing arguments today in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial — Gabe Gutierrez speaks with Rittenhouse's mother ahead of a possible verdict in the coming days. And, new health concerns for Queen Elizabeth as she pulls out of her scheduled return to her Royal duties because of a sprained back.
Olympic gold medalist Suni Lee says she was pepper-sprayed during a racist attack months after the Tokyo Olympics. Plus, the inspiring story of how a Rhode Island mother is helping feed children around the world. Also ahead, Sheinelle Jones sits down with Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell — all about their new series “The Shrink Next Door.” And, Carson and Siri Daly are sharing their favorite game-day recipes!
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager speak with Carole Baskin about her new docuseries “Carole Baskin's Cage Fight” Plus, Bob Mackie, the man behind the most iconic Hollywood looks of the last 60 years, is sitting down with Donna Farizan.
The latest on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial — closing arguments now set for Monday. Plus, a federal appeals court has blocked the release of Trump White House records to the January 6 committee. Also ahead, Astroworld Festival death toll rises to nine. This, as new audio reveals what police saw during those chaotic moments. And, a judge could decide to end Britney Spears' conservatorship today — we're live outside the courthouse with the latest.
Vicky Nguyen has tips on how to tackle rising costs as Americans face the biggest inflation increase in 30 years. Plus, on this Veterans Day, learn how a special group of rescue dogs are helping veterans overcome their struggles with mental health. Also ahead, on “TODAY's Holiday Handbook,” “Consumer Reports” digital lifestyle editor, Elliot Weiler, is revealing the top products of the year to give or receive.
Meet a US Marine veteran who is helping fight food insecurity in his community. Jenna Bush Hager sits down with Willie Nelson — what he is doing to spread his love of music to a new generation. Also ahead, Charlamagne tha God stops by to chat about his new Comedy Central show, “Tha God's Honest Truth.”
From the impact on your everyday routine to holiday shopping, Tom Costello and Stephanie Ruhle have an in-depth look at what is causing record inflation numbers and the issues that surround soaring prices. Plus, the latest from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial — the teenager breaking down in tears and now the possibility of a mistrial after the judge lashed out at the prosecution. Also ahead, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle show support for U.S. service members at the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum last night.
This week Rori is joined by Emmy Award-winning producer Amy Rosenblum. They talk about how the television business has changed over the years, finding a partner that you can evolve with and what it means to have the "it" factor.⭐️What did you think of today's podcast episode? Let us know in the comments!!⭐️ Check out Storic Media for more: http://storicmedia.com/shows/
An update on that IVF mix-up at a California fertility clinic that resulted in two women giving birth to each other's babies — one couple has already filed a lawsuit, and now a lawyer for the other couple says they will too. Plus, sales of air purifiers skyrocketed during the pandemic, but how much of a difference do they make? Vicky Nguyen has what you need to look for when buying one. Also ahead, Ryan Reynolds is in Studio 1A! He's chatting with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb about his new film, “Red Notice,” family life and much more.
Hoda Kotb goes one-on-one with Will Smith to chat about his new memoir, “Will.” He's opening up about his childhood, relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith, and his upcoming film, “King Richard.” Plus, it's Trendsday Wednesday, and comedian and host of “The Michelle Collins Show,” Michelle Collins, has all the pop culture scoop you need.
Breaking overnight: a federal judge has denied former President Donald Trump's attempt to withhold White House records. This, as the January 6 committee issues 10 more subpoenas — chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander has the latest. Plus, the Biden administration has announced new plans to fix U.S. ports and the supply chain crisis. Also ahead, the latest on the criminal investigation into Astroworld. And, Pfizer seeks approval from the FDA for adult booster shots. This, as some schools are easing mask mandates now that the vaccine is available to younger kids.
A California couple is suing a fertility clinic over an IVF mix-up — the woman says she was implanted the wrong embryo and gave birth to a stranger's child. Plus, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier marks its 100th anniversary by opening to visitors for the first time this week — Craig Melvin visits Arlington National Cemetery. Also ahead, Hoda Kotb goes one-on-one with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to chat about his new movie, “Red Notice,” working with Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, and being a girl dad.
Kicking off “Hacks-Giving” — how to create fun Thanksgiving decor! Also ahead, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen on “Hilarity for Charity” and their support for Alzheimer's care and research.
New details on the ongoing criminal investigation into Astroworld Festival as victims' families being to speak out and rapper Travis Scott announces he will cover funeral costs and refund all attendees — Savannah Guthrie speaks with Houston fire chief, Samuel Peña. Plus, the push to vaccinate children intensifies as the Biden administration urges appeals court not to block new coronavirus vaccine rules for large businesses. Also ahead, the January 6th committee issues six subpoenas to top Trump campaign associates — chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander has the latest. And, what does your bedtime have to do with heart health? Researchers are revealing the exact hour you should fall asleep to lower risk of heart disease.
A 16-year-old girl who was reported missing last week is now safe after using TikTok hand gestures to signal for help. Plus, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are catching up again with Erin Azar, or Mrs. Space Cadet on TikTok, after running Sunday's New York City Marathon. Also ahead, meet LA Rams captain, Andrew Whitworth, who is working with Habitat for Humanity to take on the housing crisis in his community.
Kenan Thompson is in-studio with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager and chatting all about his new movie, “Clifford the Big Red Dog.” Plus, Joy The Baker has a fun dessert recipe straight from the New Orleans.
When you get to talk about motherhood with some of everyone's favorite celebrities like Hoda Kotb, Kandi Burruss, and Alyssa Milano you have some great stories to share. Listen as we chat with Zoë Ruderman host of People Magazine's new podcast Me Becoming Mom to learn what is the great equalizer among famous and every day moms, her own journey to motherhood, and the question she asked RHOA's Kandi that we were all wondering! After listening, please subscribe to and give Zoë's podcast Me Becoming Mom 5 stars! We promise this is a podcast you'll want to listen to weekly as each week she has new guests that share things about their motherhood journey you never knew.
The latest on the criminal investigation into Astroworld Festival where eight people died and hundreds were injured. Now, rapper Travis Scott and festival organizers are facing multiple lawsuits — we're live in Houston. Plus, as of today, U.S. borders are re-open to travelers from nearly three-dozen countries as long as they are fully-vaccinated. Also ahead, is quality customer service becoming a thing of the past? It's called “skimpflation,” and it's causing longer wait times, fewer options, unhappy customers and more as businesses cut costs.
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are chatting with Jordin Sparks about her new Hallmark movie, “A Christmas Treasure.” Plus, go on a virtual trip to Jamaica and learn how to make Jamaican Jerk Shrimp Fried Rice!
For our “TODAY Climate” series, Bill Gates speaks with Anne Thompson at the UN Climate Conference in Scotland and says Washington needs to show leadership in the fight against global warming. Plus, Kristen Stewart is in Studio 1A to talk with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb about taking on the role of Princess Diana in “Spencer,” Oscar buzz and her big engagement news! Also ahead, Ed Sheeran chats with Savannah and Carson Daly about his new album, fatherhood, and prepping to perform on SNL this weekend.
The latest on Glenn Youngkin's win in Virginia and what the election fallout means for President Biden and democrats — chief White House correspondent, Kristen Welker, reports. Plus, the first wave of younger children are now getting vaccinated. This as NFL star Aaron Rodgers tests positive for COVID-19. The White House says that the rollout should be fully up-and-running by next week. Also ahead, millions are waking up across the country to the first freeze of the season — Al Roker has your forecast. And, new details about the 4-year-old girl who was found alive after vanishing from family campsite 18 days earlier.
You probably know Jenna Bush Hager as Hoda's co-host on TODAY with Hoda & Jenna. As you'll hear, they're so friendly on air because they're real friends off-air — and their friendship has only grown and deepened over the years. And because this podcast has been about friendship and wisdom, there's no better way to bring it all home than with a girlfriend. For our last episode of Season One, we invite you into an intimate conversation, touching on everything from lessons learned by example during childhood to what it means for Jenna to turn 40. Together, Hoda and Jenna talk about birth, love, loss and the importance of work ethic. Plus, a special look back at the highlights and moments that touch on what Hoda is finally making space for.
Nine-time Grammy Award-winner Sheryl Crow has spent the last three decades performing for sold-out crowds and festivals. But rarely do we get a glimpse into her very private personal life. Today, as Sheryl approaches sixty, she sits down with Hoda for a very intimate conversation. They connect over experiences they've both endured – like surviving breast cancer and the dissolution of a relationship. They also share a deep joy in simple things like the honor of motherhood later in life and the fulfillment that comes with reaching this stage in the game. Sheryl shares what she's learned – perspective she's gained from her own mother, her sons and thirty years in the music industry.