Meredith Vieira made her "Watch What Happens: Live" debut and... it looked like she was enjoying the open bar a little too much. She was definitely channeling the fourth hour of "Today." Fellow guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson is a funny guy,...Show More Summary
"Who was the worst guest in your years on the 'Today Show.'" After much hemming and hawing, Vieira says, "It's a famous person who was having a difficult day, it's a comedian.... first name Steve."
Since "The View" first premiered in 1997, co-hosts have come and gone, but viewers still remember the original five: Barbara Walters, Joy Behar, Star Jones, Meredith Vieira and Debbie Matenopoulos. Matenopoulos, often criticized and parodied for her 22-year-old point of view, was fired after two years. Show More Summary
Meredith Vieira expressly denied being drunk while tweeting this lengthy stream of drunk consciousness, but it's unclear how else one might explain it. Read more...
“Aunt Meredith Vieira, I need help. There’s a bully picking on me at school, and I’m not sure what to do. I’m too little to fight back, but I don’t want to tattle, either. What should I do? What’s your advice?” “Today I am thinkinbg today I am thinkib I obviously suck at tweeting. Trying to say that today I am thinking about dear friend Mo Cashin and fami screwed up again.
Photo credit: Erek Ekroth On Monday night at the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame Awards, we snagged an exclusive with Meredith Vieira and the very humble journalist and former Today show anchor dished about her upcoming show. WhatShow More Summary
NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has sold “The Meredith Vieira Show” in more than 60% of the U.S. for its debut in national broadcast syndication next Fall 2014, it was announced today by Ed Swindler, President, NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution and NBC Broadcast Operations.
The former "Today" host's daytime talker will be carried by Hearst Television, Sinclair Broadcasting Group, LIN Media, Young Broadcasting and Cox Media Group as well as NBCUniversal-owned stations. read more
The biggest new syndicated entry for next fall so far, NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution’s The Meredith Vieira Show, has been cleared in more than 60% of the U.S. That includes the launch group of the NBC owned stations (27%), which has been joined by stations from Hearst Television, Sinclair Broadcast Group and LIN Media, among others. Show More Summary
From its first half-hour to its second, “Dateline” grew by 8% in adults 18-49
Elizabeth Smart told her story again on Friday in an interview with NBC News’ Meredith Vieira, as the pair walked the woods where the former kidnap victim was chained to trees and raped daily for nine months. Smart, then 14, was taken from her home in the dead of night by psycho preacher Brian David... Show More Summary
NBC’s Meredith Vieira interviews Elizabeth Smart for a one hour special airing this Friday. Smart was 14 in 2002, when a kidnapper snatched her from her Salt Lake City bedroom. She would be held for the next 9 months. For the first time,...Show More Summary
NBC News’ Meredith Vieira sits down with Elizabeth Smart for a candid and revealing interview about survival, eleven years after she was abducted from her bedroom in the middle of the night.
“Valerie’s Story – a Meredith Vieira Special” premieres this Thursday, September 16 at 10p ET, after the finale of “Million Second Quiz.”
In what was supposed to be a big fat plug for NBC, Meredith Vieira, and Today show, that network announced this morning that Valerie’s Story – a Meredith Vieira Special, will premiere Thursday. Harper will be a guest on NBC’s Today show that morning. Show More Summary
Good news for Valerie Harper: The cancer-stricken star told Meredith Vieira on the "Today" show Thursday morning that she was close to remission. The 74-year-old...
Valerie Harper, the 74-year-old star from the Mary Tyler Moore Show, spoke on the Today Show and she had good news to share! She told NBC News Correspondent Meredith Vieira that her doctors have told her that her brain cancer is “close to remission”. Show More Summary
This week, Miley Cyrus introduced twerking to the masses at MTV's Video Music Awards — and inspired some hilarious reaction shots. Dean Norris "spoiled" the end of Breaking Bad, Judge Judy staged a flash mob, and the cast of Bunheads made a farewell video for its fans. Show More Summary
Former “Today” anchor Meredith Vieira is launching a YouTube channel called “LIVES.” The channel comes as Vieira plans a new syndicated talk show for Fall, 2014. HuffPost has more. MSNBC will televise the American Latino Media Arts awards in late September. Show More Summary
Meredith Vieira is the latest TV personality to build up her online video presence. The longtime journalist and host has debuted LIVES, a YouTube channel offering content for women of all ages. Vieira announced LIVES on Twitter, and the channel's first few series will debut on September 9th. Show More Summary