NBC TODAY Show Guests & Listings for the Week of March 7 2022

Upcoming guests and more on this week’s (March 7, 2021) all-new episodes of the “NBC TODAY” show

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

Monday, March 7

(7-9 a.m.) NBC News Exclusive: Attorney General William Barr on One Damn Thing After Another. Ryan Reynolds on The Ryan Project. Renee Zellweger on The Thing About Pam. The New Normal: The Children of Covid.

(9-10 a.m.) Catching Up with Eric Stonestreet. Mistakes We Make in Tech with Jen Jolly. Style File: Current Trends to Try. Cooking with Cal.

(10-11 a.m.) Guest: Kristin Chenoweth on What Will I Do With My Love Today?. The Scoop with Justin Sylvester. Spruce Up Your Space with Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson. Women’s History Month: Celebrating Greatness with the Founder of Natural Hair Care Brand Naturalicious.

Tuesday, March 8 

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY Celebrates International Women’s Day. New Executive Director of UNICEF Catherine Russell. Parents Return Home with a Baby Born to a Surrogate in Ukraine. TODAY Celebrates Greatness: History Making Women LIVE on Plaza.

(9-10 a.m.) She Made It: Levain Bakery. Women-Owned Businesses that Pay it Forward. Liz Vaccariello on People Magazine’s Women Changing the World. TODAY Food with Carolina Santos-Neves.

(10-11 a.m.) Guests: Kate McKinnon and Kyle MacLachlan on Peacock’s Joe vs. Carole. Kicking Off Women’s History Month: Woman Launches Her Dream Business Behind Her Parents’ Back. The Scoop with Justin Sylvester. TODAY’s Table: It’s Mardi Gras with Isaac Toups. 

Wednesday, March 9

(7-9 a.m.) Guest: Marie Yovanovitch on Lesson From The Edge. Kristin Chenoweth on What Will I Do With My Love Today?. TODAY’s Consumer: Personal Safety. Starting From Scratch with Elizabeth Heiskell.

(9-10 a.m.) Catching Up with Amber Ruffin. Grit: Blind Skateboarder Justin Bishop. What to Watch with Chris Witherspoon. Cooking with Savannah Guthrie & Elizabeth Heiskell.

(10-11 a.m.) Guests: Ryan Reynolds and Walker Scobell on The Adam Project. Tyler Henry on Life After Death. Spring Fashion with Melissa Garcia.

Thursday, March 10

(7-9 a.m.) Guest: Samuel L. Jackson on The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey. TODAY Climate: Detroit Community Leaders and an Environmental Non-Profit Team Up to Install Solar Power Street Lights that Serve as Wi-Fi Hotspots. Steals & Deals: Spring Refresh with Jill Martin. TODAY Food with Anthony Scotto.

(9-10 a.m.) Catching Up with Benjamin Bratt. TODAY Celebrates Greatness: First Los Angeles Female Fire Chief Kristin Crawley. Simple Solutions: Nighttime Things to Help Make Mornings Easier with Elena Besser.

(10-11 a.m.) Hoda & Jenna Live in NOLA. Guests: Harry Connick Jr. on Neutral Ground. Harry Connick Jr. Teaches Hoda & Jenna Piano. Read With Jenna in NOLA: New Orleans Book Festival. Cooking in NOLA with Edgar and Joe Chase. NOLA Game.

Friday, March 11

(7-9 a.m.) The New Normal: Flight Attendant Training. Spring Clean Today: Laundry 101 with Good Housekeeping’s Lexie Sachs. Celebrating the 90’s Ahead of 90’s Con: 90’s Fashion is Back with Zanna Roberts Rassi. TODAY Celebrates Greatness: Women Founded Businesses.

(9-10 a.m.) Catching Up with Jane Lynch. TODAY Celebrates Greatness: Single Mothers Buy a House Together. Spring Forward: Best Products to Help You Wake Up with Annemarie Conte. Dessert Day Friday with Joy Bauer.

(10-11 a.m.) Hoda & Jenna’s Adventures in NOLA. Catching Up with Anthony Mackie. TODAY Food: First Female Chef at Commander’s Palace Meg Bickford. Saluting a NOLA Institution: Po’Boys & Books. Citi Concert Series: Soul Rebels Live in New Orleans.

Listings are subject to change.

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