Savannah Guthrie, Jimmy Fallon, Matt Lauer
This week, a news anchor caught Taylor Swift fever in the middle of a broadcast while his co-worker looked on, unamused. Ellen DeGeneres pranked Daniel Radcliffe by staging an earthquake in the middle of his interview, and Jimmy Kimmel resurrected his cruel annual joke of telling kids their parents had eaten all their Halloween candy. Also, a new trailer for Into the Woods was released — with singing! Oh, and Bette Midler established a Kickstarter to plant a tree on the moon. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
There's another Today show baby on the way!
Correspondent Jenna Wolfe announced on Friday's show that she and her partner, NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk, are expecting their second child. Fittingly, she revealed the news during a segment on creative baby announcements.
Siri Pinter, Carson Daly
Carson Daly and his fiancée, Siri Pinter, are proud parents to a baby girl.
Savannah Guthrie is a mom!
The Today show co-host gave birth to a baby girl Wednesday, her first child with husband Michael Feldman.
NBC decided it's better for the Today show to be in second place with Matt Lauer than without him.
After surviving an ugly media pile on over the messy departure of Ann Curry from Today and the program's fall from first place, he's signed on to remain co-anchor for a few more years. The extension, which comes months before...
Oprah Winfrey, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters was welcomed to her last episode of The View as co-host with a standing ovation, but the show quickly kicked into high-gear with the arrival of the first of many surprise guests: Hillary Clinton.
As soon as Clinton sat down, a shocked Walters told the former First Lady, "You know what? You look terrific here. Why don't you take my place on the show? People won't be asking you what you're doing next all the time."
Katie Couric is in talks to return to Today temporarily to replace co-hostSavanah Guthrie when she goes on maternity leave, according to The New York Post.
NBC News is said to also be in talks with others, including Meredith Vieira, the Post reports.
"With the Today show in a good place, we are blessed with great talent and many options to temporarily fill Savannah's chair while she's on leave, but there's no plan yet," an NBC spokeswoman said in a statement. "Stay tuned."
Season MVPs: The year's best
Couric first joined Today in 1991, when she ironically was called on to fill Deborah Norville's spot when she left on maternity leave. Couric secured the gig permanently and remained as co-anchor until she exited in 2006 for CBS Evening News. Couric currently hosts her own talk show, Katie, which ends in June. Couric also has a deal with Yahoo! as its global anchor. While Yahoo! has a partnership with ABC News, Couric's interviews aren't covered by that deal.
Al Roker, Matt Lauer
"Think of it this way: This is a twister with teeth. 'Nuff said," Al Roker warns in a sneak peek of Sharknado 2.
That's right. Roker will appear in the anticipated Sharknado sequel along with his Today co-anchor Matt Lauer.
Savannah Guthrie and Michael Feldman
Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie got married in a private ceremony over the weekend — and she and her husband Michael Feldman are also expecting their first child.
Cara Gosselin, Kate Gosselin and Mady Gosselin
Kate Gosselin went on the Today show Thursday morning to convince viewers that, contrary to some reports and comments from her ex-husband Jon Gosselin, her children are fine and have no developmental disabilities.
But the move may have backfired, since Gosselin's 13-year-old twin daughters, Cara and Mady, clammed up and essentially refused to speak throughout the entire segment — prompting some awkward (and unsuccessful) prodding by their mother.