Weekday Programming

7:00am - Today

 NBC News pioneered the morning news program when it launched Today over 60 years ago, with Dave Garroway as host. The two-hour live program provides the latest in domestic and international news, weather reports and interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports. 

Join Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist.

10:00am - Today

 Can't get enough of a good thing? Well, that's why our friends at "The Today Show," are back for another 2 hours of news and interviews. Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Willis Geist serve as co-hosts of the third hour, while Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford co-host the fourth hour.

12:30pm - Days of Our Lives

 "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives." For over 45 years those words have introduced and underscored one of daytime drama's rare mainstays. NBC's Days of Our Lives first premiered as a half-hour drama in 1965 and expanded to an hour 10 years later. Today, it remains a consistent favorite among viewers of daytime television serials. 

For viewers, lunch just wouldn't be the same without their dose of Days of Our Lives.

1:30pm - Access Hollywood

Access Hollywood is a weekday television entertainment news program covering events and celebrities in the entertainment industry.

2:00pm - Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz won his second consecutive Emmy® Award for outstanding informative talk show host at the 2011 Daytime Emmys. The Dr. Oz Show won its first Emmy® Award for Best Informative Talk Show in 2011. The Dr. Oz Show debuted in 2009 with the biggest ratings in seven years in daytime television and maintained impressive ratings throughout the season.   Dr. Oz is vice-chair of the Department of Surgery and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. He directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York Presbyterian Hospital and performs 100 heart operations annually.

3:00pm - The Doctors

Meet The Doctors, four renowned physicians with different medical specialties – ER physician Dr. Travis Stork; OB/GYN Lisa Masterson; cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears. 

This groundbreaking new talk show provides frank discussions in a fascinating, off-the-cuff manner. Expect these medical experts to weigh in on compelling guest issues and dispense valuable information about health topics du jour. Debating everything from the benefits of plastic surgery to the controversy surrounding autism and vaccines, this medical dream team is the go-to source for information on the latest scientific breakthroughs. 

Never visited an OB/GYN before? Or is the idea of a face lift frightening to you? Conquer your fears by learning more about what modern medicine has to offer. The show highlights on-set medical procedures – either in front of the studio audience or backstage in the exam room. 

If it matters to you, it matters to The Doctors!

4:00pm - Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Your heart is pounding…your palms are sweating…your mind is racing.  You're in the "Millionaire" hotseat!  The ever-popular "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" has a new home and a new time!  Weekdays at 4:00, put yourself in the contestant's chair to see if you have the skill to win ONE MILLION DOLLARS!   The excitement is non-stop! 

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? … or should it be … Who Doesn't Want To Be A Millionaire?

4:30pm - Jeopardy!

Jeopardy! , has won 25 Emmy awards since its debut in 1984, including this year's award for Outstanding Game Show. It was recently listed among "The Greatest Game Shows of All Time" by TV Guide, and continues to be a ratings champion. The series is the #1-rated quiz show in syndication, and has held that title for over 1,000 weeks. Jeopardy is watched by more than 12 million viewers daily.

6:30pm - Wheel of Fortune

Wheel Of Fortune is syndication's longest-running, most successful series, now in it's 28th season.. Wheel of Fortune has awarded over $160 million in cash and prizes to its contestants in its 28 years on air. Approximately 3,200 people try out, and fewer than 500 lucky Wheel Watchers are selected to appear each year on the show.