‘Today Show’ (Oct. 7): Michelle Obama; Laura Prepon; Mindy Cohn; Ashton Kutcher

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‘Today Show’ (Oct. 7): Michelle Obama; Laura Prepon; Mindy Cohn; Ashton Kutcher

TODAY’s Al Roker interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama ahead of her final White House Fall Harvest. Roker talked to Mrs. Obama about her Let’s Move! initiative and the legacy of the White House Kitchen. The interview airs this morning, October 7 on TODAY.

The interview is part of TODAY’s “Garden on the Go” series, which was inspired by the White House Kitchen Garden, and shows viewers how to prepare fresh, healthy meals with ingredients straight from the garden. The complete interview with Mrs. Obama will be available on TODAY.com after it airs.

The following are guests and segments also scheduled for this morning’s episode of “Today Show” (October 7, 2016), airing from 7-11AM in all time zones on NBC:

(7-9 a.m.) Laura Prepon on “The Girl on The Train.” Garden on the Go: Al Roker Talks With The First Lady About The White House Fall Harvest. Senior Scams. Today Food.

(9-10 a.m.) Mindy Cohn on “Worst Cooks In America.” In The Kitchen With Al. Freebie Friday. Ray Parker Jr. performs on Today.

(10-11 a.m.) Ashton Kutcher on Netflix’s “The Ranch.” Laura Prepon on “The Girl on The Train.” Lilliana’s Hits the Streets with Frankie Valli. Pick or Pass. Cut and Color for Fall.

NBC News pioneered the morning news program when it launched TODAY in 1952 with Dave Garroway as host. For more than 60 years, TODAY has provided a daily live broadcast of the latest in domestic and international news, weather reports, and interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports.

TODAY is renowned for providing its audience with a “window on the world,” bringing viewers breaking news as it happens and often broadcasting from locations around the globe.

TODAY’s longtime home at New York’s Rockefeller Plaza attracts thousands of visitors each year to peer into its windows and become part of TODAY’s broadcast. The Emmy Award winning program is anchored by Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Natalie Morales. Don Nash is the executive producer.

The fourth hour of TODAY, hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, has been hailed as “appointment television” by Entertainment Weekly, “uproarious and irresistible” by People magazine, and “Today’s happy hour” by USA Today. With their undeniable chemistry and wit, Kathie Lee and Hoda bring viewers a fresh lively show each morning that always gets people talking.

In what has become a fan favorite, Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss the headlines and hot stories of the day in Today’s Talk, giving their original and often hysterical perspectives. Throughout the show, the hosts use Facebook and Twitter to interact live with their fans and get immediate reactions and suggestions. The program is a go-to destination for celebrity guests and musical acts, as well as today’s newsmakers, authors, designers and chefs.


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