Meet the Press

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Sunday 9:00 AM on NBC Premiered Nov 06, 1947 In Season

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Meet the Press

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Meet the Press debuted on November 6, 1947, and has become the longest-running television show in the history of broadcasting. Watch as the current moderator interviews some of the most influential people in Washington.

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AIRED ON 12/30/2012

Season 201207 : Episode 1230

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  • David Gregory (II)

    David Gregory (II)

    Moderator (2008-Present)

    Tim Russert

    Tim Russert

    Moderator & Managing Editor (1991 - 2008)

    Garrick Utley

    Garrick Utley

    Moderator (1989-1991)

    Chris Wallace (IV)

    Chris Wallace (IV)

    Moderator (1987-1988)

    Marvin Kalb

    Marvin Kalb

    Co-Moderator (1984-1985)

    Roger Mudd

    Roger Mudd

    Co-Moderator (1984-1985)

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    • Really????? NBC, MSNBC,CNN, FOX

      8.5
      Letting Chris Christie get away with spewing disgusting remarks regarding Bernie Sanders like this one. "Who wants to see an old Jewish Socialist in the oval office". Why hasn't the media picked up on that? I know I am not the only one that saw and heard him say that. Shame on all of you, Chuck Todd, Brian Williams, Chris Mathews, Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes, Bill OReilly and the whole gang there. Also Wolf Blitzer and crew. Isn't it ironic how all of the Christians love Israel. I wonder why?? I think we all know the answer to that. All of you should be ashamed of yourselves.moreless
    • Chuck Todd

      1.0
      I can't stand to watch because of the red beard around the mouth. I hope this isn't the new trend for newsmen!
    • Too Many Changes

      8.5
      With all of the changes since the passing of Tim Russert, the focus of Meet the Press has gotten lost. I believe to maintain the existing audience the changes should have been held to a minimum. The biggest mistake was to make Meet the Press look like a completely different program. With the death of Tim Russert the program was going to look different enough with a new host. But to go further and completely revamp the set and change the way talent and guests interact with the camera was an even BIGGER mistake. I fear all they've done is make a bad situation worse by making the show so unfamiliar to the audience they now feel uncomfortable. Meet the Press doesn't LOOK like MTP anymore! Changes to the set and format of the show should have only been made once the show was back on a firmer footing. But to decide upon Russert's death to literally change everything didn't make sense because the show doesn't look like MTP anymore. It's almost like with his passing they canceled MTP and replaced it with a another show but with the same name. Slowly transitioning the show back to its 2008 look would make MTP familiar again to the viewers and stabilize the ratings. It never made sense with his passing to change everything about the show just because he wasn't there anymore. I feel for Chuck Todd in his new position, but especially so with his ardent defense of his beard. But I also believe a host should reflect the look of most of the guests being interviewed, and few if any of those guests have "fu-manchu's"! Although I'm a big fan of Jon Stewart, bringing him in to host MTP as some have suggested would have been a "disaster" based on the available audience at 9:00AM Sunday morning. Just my two cents!moreless
    • meet the press.

      10
      This is an interview show whereby the current moderator interviews the most influential people in politics and the important people of this great country.
    • The power of the icon

      4.0
      Let's face it. Tim Russert WAS Meet The Press for a lot of us. He's a tough act to follow. I, personally hardly ever missed his program and looked forward to the fair, but tough grilling anybody brave enough to be on his show took. He would have decimated Sarah Palin had she appeared and at the end would have sincerely wished her well. He was fair, tough and a gentleman.moreless
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