Bringing the insight and power of "Meet the Press" to MSNBC every weeknight, Chuck Todd looks at the key stories of the day with political newsmakers as they break down and analyze the issues facing U.S. and world leaders. The program features hard-hitting interviews -- a hallmark of Todd's Sunday program -- in addition to signature segments such as "I'm Obsessed With," which highlights topics about which Todd is especially passionate. With an acute understanding of the inner-workings of Washington, Todd explains how complex policy issues affect all Americans.
Financial journalist and author JJ Ramberg focuses her MSNBC program on issues and opportunities for businesses across the United States. She highlights important matters that affect small- to medium-sized business owners, and offers news, advice, guidance, and insider tips to help them optimize growth and achieve success. Since its inception, the program has profiled hundreds of business owners to highlight how they have overcome challenges while also offering insightful interviews with business experts and investors. Popular show segments include "Ask the Expert," "Small Biz Top 5" and "Elevator Pitch."
"Dateline" has been a staple of the newsmagazine genre since premiering in 1992. Given how long it's been on the air, the show has an extensive archive of in-depth news stories and investigative journalism. This syndicated version offers viewers another chance to watch some of the show's previous content, serving up real-life mysteries and in-depth investigations from the show's 20-plus years on the air. Cases involving murders and missing people are frequent topics on the series that has won multiple Emmys in the news and documentary category.
"Dateline NBC" has been a staple of the peacock network's schedule since premiering in 1992, with the investigative newsmagazine covering various topics, usually involving criminal investigations. "Dateline Extra" brings past episodes of the long-running show to MSNBC, with Tamron Hall hosting updated segments within the episodes. Mysterious disappearances and murders are among the most-frequent subjects of the crimes featured on the show.
Cameras almost seem ubiquitous in today's society, as this documentary series proves. And people's fascination with watching what's caught on those cameras seems to have no limit. From crimes and animal attacks to natural disasters and car accidents, this show features unexpected events all caught on camera and replayed. Rescue workers cheating death, workplace incidents from the bizarre to the life-threatening, and daredevils tempting fate -- they're all filmed and replayed for public consumption.
As part of its commitment to providing breaking news coverage throughout its daytime schedule, MSNBC has a block of "MSNBC Live" programming throughout the day, with different anchors splitting up the hours. This portion of the block is anchored by Craig Melvin, an NBC News fixture since 2011. As with the other "MSNBC Live" programming blocks throughout the day, the Melvin-anchored show explores the day's developments in news and politics so the network's viewers can continue to be informed of the latest happenings. In addition to covering breaking news, the show includes newsmaker interviews and analysis of the latest stories.
This documentary series takes viewers inside prisons and jails across America and around the world, offering rarely obtained and comprehensive access into these locations. The show profiles the inmates and employees who work at these facilities, highlighting their day-to-day experiences and interactions within the confines of prison. By bringing audiences the real, raw stories of life behind bars, this program aims to provide a truly authentic and in-depth look inside the complex criminal justice system.
Cameras go behind the crumbling walls of San Quentin State Prison in California, where overcrowding and lack of modernization are blamed for an ever-increasing number of inmate attacks on guards. The facility, which has four cell blocks containing more than 800 prisoners each, also houses a number of death row inmates. As one guard bluntly explains, the attitude of many of the prisoners on death row is "You can only kill me once," so officers are on constant guard against attack.
Chris Hayes delivers the biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable for their actions. Drawing from his background as a reporter, Hayes at times reports directly from the scene of a news event as it occurs to provide a firsthand account, digging deep and speaking with people who represent different points of view. Hayes brings the nation's officials, legislators, policymakers, and local activists to the table to address key issues affecting communities across America.
As part of its commitment to providing breaking news coverage throughout its daytime schedule, MSNBC has a block of "MSNBC Live" programming throughout the day, with different anchors splitting up the hours. This portion of the block is anchored by Stephanie Ruhle, a veteran of the TV news business. As with the other "MSNBC Live" programming blocks throughout the day, the Ruhle-anchored show explores the day's developments in news and politics so the network's viewers continue to be informed of the latest happenings. In addition to covering breaking news, the show includes newsmaker interviews and analysis of the latest stories.
For almost as long as there has been television, there's been "Meet the Press." The hourlong Sunday morning public affairs program has featured interviews with countless U.S. and world leaders, and has reviewed, analyzed and discussed the news of the week -- all while looking toward the week ahead.
Drawing upon his experience as a former chief of staff on the Senate Finance Committee and as an Emmy-winning executive producer and writer of "The West Wing," Lawrence O'Donnell examines the compelling and impactful political stories of the day. O'Donnell convenes diverse panels of guests, including a variety of politicians and cultural voices, to offer unique viewpoints and perspective. In his signature style, O'Donnell goes into depth on the latest news developments and offers his take on the political stories driving the national conversation.
Before getting into cable news, Nicolle Wallace worked in politics, including as President George W. Bush's communications director during his administration and for his 2004 re-election campaign. That experience makes her an ideal choice to host this afternoon program that delivers up-to-the-minute political developments to viewers. She also leads conversations with Washington insiders and well-sourced journalists, including regular contributor Steve Kornacki. Each show's guests are "the people who make the most sense on any given day," according to Wallace.
This Sunday morning news program hosted by the Rev. Al Sharpton features a variety of guests, spanning politicians to A-list entertainers, and addresses the current state of affairs in America. The show focuses on the biggest political news of the week while also elevating news and updates on underreported issues that require a national platform including education, voting, and criminal justice. Driven by his years of work in the civil rights arena, Sharpton approaches news stories with an eye toward equality and justice.
MSNBC's early morning show provides everything viewers need to know to start the day informed, including updates on the biggest political stories, entertainment news, weather, and sports headlines. Every weekday morning, stay up-to-date and in-the-know on current topics of conversation, such as the news that broke overnight, highlights from big sporting events, business news that will affect the global financial markets, the critical political stories driving the national conversation and much more.
As part of its commitment to providing breaking news coverage throughout its daytime schedule, MSNBC has a block of "MSNBC Live" programming throughout the day, with different anchors splitting up the hours. This portion of the block is anchored by Hallie Jackson, who has been with NBC News since 2014. As with the other "MSNBC Live" programming blocks throughout the day, the Jackson-anchored show explores the day's developments in news and politics so the network's viewers can continue being informed of the latest happenings. In addition to covering breaking news, the show includes newsmaker interviews and analysis of the latest stories.
Each weekend morning, journalist and author Joy Reid passionately tackles the important news and political topics of the week and explores how policy decisions shape the country. Reid brings viewers extensive interviews with leading newsmakers, compelling discussions with the nation's preeminent political minds, and analysis of the stories that led the week prior and will matter in the week ahead. In her segment "Who Won the Week?" she asks her panel of guests to identify the person who made an impact the week prior which will continue to reverberate in the coming days.
Formerly a block of several hours of news coverage airing daily, including weekends, "MSNBC Live" is now the title of an hourlong show providing breaking news coverage weekday mornings. Journalist Thomas Roberts anchors the show that includes analysis and interviews surrounding the news of the day. "MSNBC Live" also includes feature stories and in-depth special reports from contributing anchors and correspondents as well as weather forecasts from MSNBC's sister network, The Weather Channel.
Former lawyer Ari Melber leads this show that provides in-depth analysis of the day's biggest news stories. "The Beat" features guest interviews in addition to reporting on stories from across the country. The stories that are covered span across the political spectrum. In addition to his law background, Melber is a former Senate staffer, giving him a unique perspective to share on the political happenings coming out of Washington, D.C.