The Ray Rice scandal that shook the world of sports and the public at large has not only damaged the reputation of the former Baltimore Ravens All-Pro running back, it has also raised questions of how the NFL handled the situation.Tomorrow, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will address the situation for the first time in an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS This Morning.
NBC will replace a recap episode of The Voice's top 10 performances Tuesday night with a live special on the Oklahoma tornado, which killed at least 24 people Monday. The special, hosted by Brian Williams, will air on NBC, MSNBC and The Weather Channel at 8/7c.
Katie Couric clocked 15 years on the Today show and five years behind the desk at CBS Evening News. For her new foray into daytime television she says she's going to put all those years of experience to good use.
"One of the exciting things for me about doing the show is I'm going to be able to flex all my muscles," Couric, 55, told reporters Thursday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews. "I hope that people expect me to have the ability to tackle a lot of subjects well."
Katie Couric will return to morning television on April 2 as the co-host of ABC's Good Morning America.
The role is only temporary, though.
The following is a roundup of programming in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Sunday, Aug. 28
George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview (10/9c, Nat Geo): The former president opens up over a two-day interview about his experiences during the hours and days following the attacks.
Objects and Memory (10/9c, PBS): Narrated by Frank Langella, the film examines the importance of items recovered after 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing and the Vietnam War.