Making Room For More "Today" Show
The "Rachael Ray" daytime show will move back an hour, to , on Channel 5 to make room for the new fourth hour of the "Today" show starting Sept. 10.
NBC announced today that Ann Curry, "Today" and "Dateline NBC" anchor, will stick around to co-host the new portion with national correspondent Natalie Morales and correspondent Hoda Kotb. Also making "regular appearances" as co-anchors will be familiar "Today" show faces David Gregory, Nancy Snyderman, Amy Robach, Giada DeLaurentiis, Jenna Wolfe and Tiki Barber.
Channel 5 is among the 90% of NBC affiliates carrying the fourth hour of the TV’s No. 1 morning show. "Rachael Ray" will bump "Montel Williams" to , replacing NBC’s canceled "Passions." The soap's last telecast is Sept. 7.
Is a fourth hour of "Today" too much? Will you watch without Matt, Meredith and Al? Or will Ann Curry keep viewers tuned in?
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