Meet the Press

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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

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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  • Boring

    1.0
    Chuck was boring was disrespectful of the President ... Let the man speak. Did he interrupt you Chuck? Chuck lacks a set of balls when it comes to pointing out the facts. GOP has from day one blocked every attempt this president has tried. Not one word from anyone on the show. The best host was Tim who didn't need coffin bearers Chuck. He faced them with the facts period. What this show needs is Rachel Maddowmoreless
  • So hopeful and so let-down. Is anyone at MTP listening to us?

    1.0
    1) You never interrupt the President. Show some respect. And take your head out of the clouds. I was embarrassed for Todd. Clearly, it came off all about Todd and not the President.

    2) Too much scattered material squeezed in; ergo, zero substance.

    3) Doesn't ANYONE get it? We WANT Tim Russert's tough, informed, one-on-one interviews. Enough of panels and their hypothetical Politico-ese. This show was like another Morning Joe. What a let-down.

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  • Very disappointed in Chuck Todd's interview with the President on Meet the Press on 9/7/14

    1.0
    Chuck Todd kept interrupting the President with snarky and frankly immature questions. He should be embarrassed. An utter lack of professionalism. All of his questions were biased. It appeared that Todd was trying to trip up Obama with his baiting questions to try to get a damaging sound byte that he could play over an over again. At one point when Obama was using his hands to answer a question, Todd said something like are you pointing at me. Really?? The whole interview was Very disappointing. Todd obviously has an agenda. Isn't there a way to find a reporter who is neutral. I would prefer you bring back David Gregory. At least he is act like a mature professional. I won't watch Meet the Press until Todd is replaced.moreless
  • More of the Same

    2.0
    Just watching the first Chuck Todd edition



    The same theme song

    The same graphics

    Almost the same except now everyone faces the camera



    Interview with The President only looked for "gotya" statements.



    Measure the speed of speech by participants on this program. Todd is at 90 MPH, everyone else is at 50 MPH. Tell him to slow down a bit.



    Todd is someone needs to coach him that Meet the Press is NOT the Daily Rundown.



    This whole show was a blurr, lacked focus and did not change direction for Meet the Press. Tim Russert must have rolled over in his grave.



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  • Leave your hair alone!

    1.5
    I, too, miss Tim R. David Gregory could be ok, but I am distracted by the hair changes. First he tried to introduce brown to his hair, then white, now he has grey flecked with a white streak in front. I guess he must be not be doing his job if I am distracted by the hair!
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    • David Gregory
      I can't stand Tom Brokaw. I have no idea what he's saying half the time. Spit out the maahahrbles. David Gregory is a good choice...
      12/14/08
      1
    • Who can replace the great Tim Russert?
      Tim Russert is almost irreplaceable. I know it's soon, but the NBC management must be thinking hard on how to replace him. I fig...
      06/24/08
      6
    • Wow.
      I guess people just don't care about politics.
      02/04/07
      3
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    News, Talk & Interview

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    talking heads, social commentary, social issues, legendary people, celebrity cameos