Imus In The Morning

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Weekdays 6:00 AM on MSNBC Premiered Sep 03, 1996 In Season

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Imus In The Morning

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Imus In The Morning has aired in one form or another on radio since the 1970's. In September 1996, Imus debuted on MSNBC. It's one of the network's highest-rated shows.

In 2005, MSNBC enabled Imus to leave the confines of the WFAN studio and built a set for his show at their Secaucus, New Jersey headquarters. Charles McCord joins him in this studio, as well as many of the guests. The remainder of the staff (Bernard McGuirk, Chris Carlin et al) join the show from the WFAN studios.

Every year from the last week in May until the first week of September, Imus broadcasts from a studio at his ranch in New Mexico. The remainder of the cast continues to broadcast from New York and New Jersey. The show was canceled by MSNBC and WFAN in April of 2007, following Imus' remarks about the Rutgers woman's basketball team. December 3, 2007, Imus and the crew returned to radio and television, on WABC and RFD TV.moreless

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AIRED ON 1/12/2013

Season 2013 : Episode 01.12.13

Warner Wolf

Warner Wolf

Himself, Sports Anchor (1998-2001/2007-Present)

Larry Kenney

Larry Kenney

Himself, Comedian, Impressionist

Mike Breen

Mike Breen

Himself, Sports Anchor (1996-2000)

Don Imus

Don Imus

Himself, Host

Rob Bartlett

Rob Bartlett

Himself, Comedian, Impressionist

Karith Foster

Karith Foster

Herself (2007-2009)

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  • Imus lost his edge...

    3.5
    I've been watching and listening to Imus since 1986. The show in it's present state is terrible. I can't believe Fox re-inked a new deal with Don, he's definitely changed since the nappy headed ho incident. Sick and tired of his ranch (which I have contributed to on numerous occasions) and his Rodeo nonsense.

    Jeff
  • Mt. Rushmore debate

    7.0
    Hank Williams should be up there with Sinatra, Elvis and the Beatles. Before Hank you could not find a Country Western Radio Station North of the Mason Dixie Line and East of the Mississippi. But since then most of the Country Artists, including some that visit Imus in the morning, want to be portrayed as bar hopping, whiskey drinking, jaw cracking, heart breaking cowboys just like Hank was. There was Country Western before Hank, as there was Rock & Roll before Elvis, but like Elvis, he was the one that made you want to listen to it.

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  • Prayers for you, Imus

    9.5
    Everyone in our little town is praying for your health. MOST of them want you to get better ;) Take care! We love ya! Ohio



  • sal monella and the washington redskins

    2.0
    the Imus complains about a football team named after indians? Yet, he does not show similar restraints when it come to demeaning the Italians in this country. A country discovered by an Italian, named after an Italian and without the contribution of the Italians the history book of the western world would be very thin.

    The Romans populated England form 400 years and created London from nothing. Imagine the English living here form 400 years. Our American blood would be pretty much over flowing with a British ancestry. How much of British blood is Italian....

    up and at least try to be consistant in what you say ...moreless
  • I am so addicted to Imus, that I changed from cable to Dish, just to watch this one show on RFD-TV. I think the show has toned down somewhat, but it's still the only show to watch in the morning. "Morning Joe" on MSNBC is no sub.moreless

    8.7
    I am so addicted to Imus, that I changed from cable to Dish, just to watch this one show on RFD-TV. I think the show has toned down somewhat, but it's still the only show to watch in the morning. "Morning Joe" on MSNBC is no substitute, Mika B. is the only bright spot on that turkey. FOX news leaves me raging, and CNN just doesn't move me. As for the non-cable AM talk, they are aiming for the coffee-clatching gals who watch "The View," not my cup of tea. I think that Rob Bartlett's schtick is getting a little tired.moreless
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Celebrity & Gossip, Entertainment News, Politics, Personality, Morning Talk