This is the 3rd update of the week, and it’s an important one for those who are on the fence about which one to take first.
If you’re still undecided, I would suggest waiting until your next update, but if you’re already a subscriber, I’d strongly recommend going for the most recent one.
If not, you can always try subscribing to this article.
Here are my favorite updates so far: PBS NEWSHOUR LIVE (8:00 p.m.
ET): Pbs NewsHour Live host and former Fox News contributor Bob Beckel (who is now on MSNBC) joins us to talk about the coronaviruses that have been circulating across the country and the impact they’re having on our nation’s health.
Fox News Channel (8 p.l.): Fox’s Bill O’Reilly joins the show to talk more about the latest in the Ebola outbreak, and he’s joined by a panel of experts to talk to him about what the next steps are for the US.
ESPN (9:00 a.m.): ESPN.com/ESPNU: ESPN’s Mike & Mike, with host of The Mike & M Report, join us to break down all the latest from the Ebola pandemic, including what’s happening in the U.S., what’s going on in Europe, what we can expect from the Middle East and Africa, and what to look forward to in the coming weeks.
ABC News (10:00:00): ABC’s The Good Place host David Schwimmer joins us for an update on the Ebola crisis, and the first episode will be available this Friday.
CBS (10 p.t.): CBS’ The Big Bang Theory is coming to a close this week, but there’s still a lot to cover in the final season.
We’ll be covering the episode on Friday, October 13.
NBC (10.30 a.l.:) NBC’s This Is Us returns to its regular time slot next week, as the cast and writers of this cult hit continue to reflect on the final days of the season.
CNN (10 a.p.m.:) CNN’s New Day hosts Ed Schultz and John Berman join us for a live update on what’s unfolding in the world of Ebola.
Esquire (11 a.t.m.)
Esquire is taking you behind the scenes at New York Comic Con to talk with the cast, creators and others about the upcoming season, as well as what we’re anticipating for the coming months.
TODAY (12:00 noon ET): The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon hosts a special edition of TODAY, where we’ll be discussing the latest news from around the world.
Good Morning America (12 p.s.): Good morning, America!
NBC’s Jim Cramer and NBC’s Matt Lauer join us today to discuss the latest developments in the pandemic.
The Daily Show (1 p.p.:) The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah hosts a live broadcast of a live podcast on the coronaflop virus, and we’ll bring you the latest updates from around town.
HBO (1:30 p.a.:) HBO’s Jon Stewart is joined by Matt Larrabee to talk some more about Ebola and the latest vaccine news.
TED Talks (3 p.o.:) TED talks host Matt McKenna and comedian and writer Seth Godin join us on this week’s show to discuss their new book, The Real World: The Power of Realness.
NEXT (3:30 a:m.): Today’s NBC Today show hosts Katy Tur and Katy Tur discuss the most exciting new developments in Ebola coverage, and also talk to us about some of the other big headlines from the week.
NPR (4 a.i.:) NPR’s Scott Simon joins us today, to discuss what’s been happening in West Africa.
CBC (5 a.s.:) CBC’s Tom Clark joins us from Ottawa to talk the latest Ebola news and updates from the outbreak.
Time (6 a.n.:) Time.com editor-in-chief Jillian Kay Melchior joins us on the Today show to continue her reporting on the ongoing Ebola outbreak.
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