The Today Show

The Today ShowThe Today Show
Network: NBC
Episodes: Ongoing (two to four hours)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: January 14, 1952 — present
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Matt Laurer, Meredith Vieira, Al Roker, Ann Curry, Natalie Morlaes, Kathie Lee Gfford, Hoda Kotb, Willard Scott, Gene Shalit, Dave Garroway, John Chancellor, Hugh Downs, Frank McGee, Barbara Walters, Jim Hartz, Tom Brokaw, Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Deborah Norville, Katie Couric, Jim Fleming, Frank Blair, Lew Wood, Floyd Kalber, Tony Guida, Chris Wallace, John Palmer, Faith Daniels, Margaret Larson, Bob Ryan, Estelle Parsons, Lee Meriwether, Helen O’Connell, Betsy Palmer, Florence Henderson, Beryl Pfizer, Robbin Bain, Louise King, Pat Fontaine, and Maureen O’Sullivan.

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TV show description:
First airing in 1952, this daily NBC morning news program features national news, weather, features, and interviews with celebrities, politicians and other newsmakers of the day.

The series was created by Pat Weaver (father of actress Sigourney) and was first hosted by Dave Garroway.

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4 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. k Allen says

    Kiss Matt goodbye & bring Ann Curry Back. NBC you just gave ABC, GMA a new viewer. Sorry Al I will miss you but Ann was the best the Today show had to offer.

  2. Fred Moore says

    I can remember Barbara Walters’ first stint with Dave Garroway on ‘Today’, and it wasn’t as the ‘Today Girl’ in the ’60s. It was in January 1952, and she was a very young 22-year-old ‘Newsreader’. She wore a dark long-sleeved sweater while casually slouching forward on her desk, leaning on her elbows. At one point an incredulous Garroway demanded that she remove the gum from her mouth!

    I was watching.

    • Anonymous says

      Didn’t Dave also have her do weather reports at the beach?
      I remember eating breakfast before school and seeing this.
      Am I mos-remembering?

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