Coming Up on this Weeks NBC Today Week of June 12 2023

Check out upcoming guests and more on this week’s (June 12, 2023) all-new episodes of the “NBC TODAY” show

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Check out this week’s “TODAY” show guests and listings below.

Monday, June 12

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY on the Move: Hoda Hits the NYC Subway with Tap Dance Sensation Ja’Bowen Dixon. Jon Hamm and John Slattery on Maggie Moore(s). TODAY Bestsellers: Customer Most Loved. Summer of Love: Helen Ellis on Kiss Me in the Coral Lounge.  

(9-10 a.m.) Consumer Confidential: Summer Side Hustles. Brotherhood: Outta Puff Daddy’s Dance Group. Catching Up with Hank Azaria. Behind the Brand: Start TODAY: Simple Moves for Summer, Equipment Free with Isaac Boots.

(10-11 a.m.) The Scoop with Justin Sylvester. Neil Patrick Harris on Drag Me to Dinner and Wondercade. Dad’s Day Gift Guide with Adrianna Brach. Performance By Brooke Eden.

Tuesday, June 13

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY on the Move: Al Roker Pays Tribute to NYC Bus Drivers and Shares Memories of His Dad Who Was a Longtime NYC Bus Driver. TODAY’s Talker: Jay Rosenblatt on How Do You Measure A Year. Love Your Mornings: Rev Up Your Mornings with Ally Love. Target Shop This List: Summer Entertaining with Janelle Cohen.

(9-10 a.m.) On the Money: Summer Vacations on a Budget. Generation Next: Kendall Tichner. Catching Up with Justina Machado. Apps We Didn’t Know We Loved with Kristopher Juniel. TODAY Food: Summer Sides with Jordan Andino.

(10-11 a.m.) Catching Up With Michelle Pfeiffer. Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells. Bobbie’s Bests for Less.

Wednesday, June 14

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY on the Move: Live Shark Dive with Georgia Aquarium. Heart Health: CPR Demo with Dr. John Torres.

(9-10 a.m.) TODAY’s Checklist: The Doctors Every Father Needs with Dr. Cedrek McFadden. Dads Got This: Father-Son College Track Coaches. Catching Up with Jason Schwartzman. LGBTQIA+ Owned Brands to Support During Pride Month. TODAY Food with Phil The Grill Johnson.

(10-11 a.m.) TODAY’s Talk: Girl Code. Anthony Anderson and Doris Hancox on E!’s Trippin’ With Anthony Anderson and Mama Doris. Honoring a Beloved Cleveland Clinic Employee. Summer Cocktail Party with David Burtka.

Thursday, June 15

(7-9 a.m.) Summer of Love: Five Things I Would Never Do Wedding Edition: Party Planner, Relationship Expert, Etiquette Expert. Citi Concert Series: Chance the Rapper.

(9-10 a.m.) By the Numbers: Wedding Season. Catching Up with Annie Murphy. Shop All Day: Summer Accessories Under $30. Citi Concert Series: Chance the Rapper.

(10-11 a.m.) TODAY’s Talk: Cocktail Expert Jordan Hughes. Christian Siriano, Nina Garcia, Brandon Maxwell and Elaine Welteroth on Project Runway Season 20. TODAY Food: Father’s Day Menu with Matt Abdoo. Citi Concert Series: Chance the Rapper.

Friday, June 16

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY’s Dad: TODAY Anchors Hit the Road for a BBQ Feast and Their Annual Chat on Being Dads. Mr. Smith Goes to Colorado’s Famous Casa Bonita Reopening by South Park Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. TODAY Exclusive: Basketball Star Tony Snell Shares His Story of How He Learned He Has Autism. TODAY Food: Father’s Day Pasta Perfect with Stefano Secchi and Luca Secchi.

(9-10 a.m.) TODAY’s Checklist: Pet Travel. TODAY Celebrates Dads. Catching Up with Joshua Malina. Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts with Amy E. Goodman. Superfood Friday: Superfood Hacks with Joy Bauer.

(10-11 a.m.) Just the Good News: Father’s Day Edition. Catching Up With Tia Mowry. Fave Follows: Dad Edition with Kier Gaines, Taylor Calmus and Rob Kenney. Performance By Father and Son Duo Thomas Owens & Brian Owens.

Listings are subject to change.

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