NBC Daytime

NBC Daytime is the schedule for the NBC television network's daytime television programming which consists of morning news program Today and soap opera Days of our Lives. However the branding "NBC Daytime" has not been used by the network since the 2007 discontinuation of Passions, and is titled as such here for heritage purposes and to provide a consistent naming pattern for the daytime articles for American television networks.

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Schedule

NOTE: All times Eastern (ET); Today is listed as local time and universally starts at 7am in all time zones, tape delayed in all but the Eastern Time Zone.)

7:00 am – 11:00 am Today
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Days of our Lives
  • The 7-9am portion of Today must be carried at that time by all NBC stations. But the rest of the schedule is flexible. Network affiliates reserve the right to air the 9-11am block of Today to end as late as 1pm and can choose to air their local and syndicated programming any time between 9am-1pm. Days of Our Lives can be delayed as late as 3pm, as long as the second Today block is carried at some time, either in one two-hour segment or two one-hour segments. Some stations also do not carry the fourth hour entirely due to local factors or their own scheduling purposes.
  • The fourth hour of Today also repeats at 2:07am-3:07am ET (varies according to local scheduling) weekday early mornings as part of the network's overnight lineup. This began in September 2011 as a replacement for the canceled Poker After Dark, though some stations also pre-empt this airing.

Current programs

News

Today

Soap opera

Days of our Lives

Former shows on NBC Daytime

Soap operas

Game shows

NBC ended its game show block in 1991. It briefly revived the format with three game shows in the 1993–94 season but has since not returned. NBC now programs no games, affiliates get games via syndication.

Talk/Magazine Shows

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