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NBC Fires Back at Today Show Firing Rumors

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NBC has responded to reports that Natalie Morales and Willie Geist have been dropped from the Today show, saying the rumors are "wrong — period."

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Here We Go Again? Natalie Morales Reportedly Wants to Leave Today Amid Feud

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Natalie Morales is planning to leave Today due to behind-the-scenes power struggles, Page Six reports.

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Bear Grylls Teams with Zac Efron, Channing Tatum for New Series

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NBC has ordered a new series from Bear Grylls, in which the survivalist will take celebrities to remote locations around the world and test their mettle for 48 hours.

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The Biz: Tamron Hall Joins Today's Third Hour

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Tamron Hall has officially joined the third hour of NBC's Today as a co-host.

Hall, a frequent substitute during the 7 to 9 a.m. hours of the morning program, became an official member of the family on Monday. read more

The Biz Exclusive: Tamron Hall in Talks to Join NBC's Today

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Tamron Hall is serious talks with NBC News to become a co-host on the third hour of the Today show.

People familiar with the discussions tell TV Guide Magazine that Hall will be added to the current line-up of Natalie Morales, Al Roker and... read more

Exclusive: Investigation Discovery's Killer New Crop of Original Series

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Fast-growing network Investigation Discovery is ramping up its commitment to guilty-pleasure crime-themed programming. The network is set to announce that it will add 15 new series to its 22 returning series next season, including previously announced shows hosted by Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Charisma Carpenter and NBC News anchor Tamron Hall.

New shows include Southern Fried Homicide, about crime south of the Mason-Dixon Line, hosted by actress Shanna Forrestall; Darkness Out of Town, which chronicles murder that takes place in the countryside; The First Kill, about initial murders that inspired killing sprees; and The Bad Old Days, about real-life killings from the 1950s and 1960s.

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TVGuide.com Voters: Ann Curry Should Replace Meredith Vieira on Today

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More than 60 percent of voters in a TVGuide.com poll think that longtime Today show news reader Ann Curry should take the anchor chair from Meredith Vieira, who is expected to leave the program later this year.

Who should replace Meredith Vieira on Today?

Sixty-one percent of voters support Curry, who was passed over for the job when Vieira replaced Katie Couric in 2006. Speaking of Couric, 14 percent of voters want the CBS Evening News anchor, who is reportedly looking to leave CBS once her contract expires, to come back to Today.

The next highest vote-getter... read more

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