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NBC TODAY Show Guests & Listings | Week of July 19 2021
July 19 @ 7:00 AM - July 23 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Upcoming guests for this week’s (July 19, 2021) all-new live episodes of the NBC TODAY show include a performance by John Mayer and more
“NBC TODAY” show guests and listings for the week of July 19 are below. The show airs weekday mornings on NBC, also available on Peacock.
Every morning TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic.
Monday, July 19:
(7-9 a.m.) Guests are Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig from “I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year”. Tokyo Olympics: U.S. Track and Field’s Allyson Felix. Ken Burns on Muhammad Ali’s 25th Anniversary Lighting the Olympic Torch and exclusive clip from his new documentary. Countdown to Tokyo: U.S. Equestrian Team – Jessica Springsteen, Kent Farrington, Laura Kraut and McLain Ward. Tokyo Olympic Preview: Outside the Quarantine. Amazon Summer Travel Best Sellers with Adrianna Brach.
(9-10 a.m.) The Tones and I interview and performance for the latest Citi Music Series. Guest is Ziggy Marley on his new children’s book. Motivational Monday: Riding 500 Miles on Bike to Inspire Others in Memory of Late Husband. Make Ahead Monday with Anthony Contrino. Generation Next: 17 Year Old Running for Florida School Board.
(10-11 a.m.) Happy 80th Birthday to Darlene Love. Fun in ’21: Throwing Your Own Olympic Party with Amy Goodman. TODAY Food: Monday Masterclass; Keeping Fruits and Vegetables Fresh with Scott Conant. Nickelodeon Revisits Two Classic Shows: iCarly and Rugrats.
Tuesday, July 20:
(7-9 a.m.) Guests: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jennifer Lopez. Citi Music Series: John Mayer interview and performance. Guide to Unvaccinated Kids.
(9-10 a.m.) Citi Music Series: John Mayer performs. Guests are Shailene Woodley and Felicity Jones on Netflix’s The Last Letter from Your Lover. Freedom Riders: Buses are Coming. Overheard on 3rd.
(10-11 a.m.) Guests:: Ian Manuel on My Time Will Come. Lolo Jones on Over It. The Science of Joy with Rabbi Steve Leder. Tomorrow’s Talent TODAY: Annabelle Maher.
Wednesday, July 21:
(7-9 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics: U.S. Diver Jordan Windle Shares His Adoption Story. The Journey Forward on TODAY: U.S. Track Star Chaunte Lowe’s Inspiring Story. TODAY’s Health: National Cancer Month – How to Navigate Top Cancer Hospital Post- Covid. Steals & Deals: Jill Martin.
(9-10 a.m.) Guests: Gabby Douglas. Bradley Whitford and Zoe Lister-Jones on How It Ends. Take It Off TODAY: Viral Weight Loss Video with Lucy Bergin. Summer Fun Finds with Chassie Post.
(10-11 a.m.) Guests: Jon Pierre and Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin on HGTV’s Two Steps Home. All Ears: The Popularity of Audio Books with Marin Ireland, Kevin Wilson, Rumaan Alam and Cynthia Sweeney. TODAY Food: Tips for Grilling Fish with Marcus Samuelsson. Trendsday Wednesday with Justin Sylvester.
Thursday, July 22:
(7-9 a.m.) Guests: Meghan Trainor exclusive first interview with husband Daryl and baby Riley. The Rockettes’ Radio City Show Announcement. Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt on Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso. Tokyo Olympics: U.S. Golfer Collin Morikawa.
(9-10 a.m.) Guests: M. Night Shyamalan and Gael Garcia Bernal on Universal’s Old. Matt Bradley on a Small Soccer Team from UK Pushing Equality. Home Buying Secrets from Real Estate Agent Stefani Berkin. Shop All Day: Summer Beauty Refresh with Adrianna Brach.
(10-11 a.m.) Guests: Meghan Trainor exclusive first interview with husband Daryl and baby Riley. Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein and Jeremy Swift from Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso. Countdown to the Olympics: Donna-Rama. A Japanese Etiquette special with Tomoyo Kamimura.
Friday, July 23:
(7-9 a.m.) Guest is Tony Hawk, Tokyo Olympics Skateboarding Analyst. Also, a Countdown to Tokyo: Skateboarder Nyjah Huston and reflections on the Opening Ceremony.
(9-11 a.m) Olympics Opening Ceremony.
Listings are subject to change.
Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, Carson Daly, Craig Melvin, Natalie Morales, Jenna Bush Hager, Dylan Dreyer, Sheinelle Jones and Willie Geist are the anchors and hosts. And Noah Oppenheim is the president and executive in charge of the NBC TODAY Show.