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Tuesday, June 3
(7-9 a.m.) Rossen Reports: Booster clubs. Behind the scenes at opening day of Giada De Laurentiis' Las Vegas restaurant. Redbook MVP Awards.
(9-10 a.m.) Morgan Freeman talks about Through the Wormhole. Sam Trammell on The Fault In Our Stars. A hairstylist's secrets to saving money.
(10-11 a.m.) Ricky Gervais on Today. Bret Baier on new book, Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage, and Love. Cooking with Hung Huynh. O.A.R. performs.
Wednesday, June 4
(7-9 a.m.) Laura Dern talks about The Fault In Our Stars. Bobby Flay on Today. Zach Braff and Betsy Wolfe talk about Bullets Over Broadway.
(9-10 a.m.) How to get a six pack in six months. Spring and summer flowers. Joy Bauer on Today. A doctor's secrets to saving money.
(10-11 a.m.) Laura Dern discusses The Fault In Our Stars. Dylan Lauren talks about National Candy Month. Siggy Flicker's Ten Single Life Commandments. Summer-fy your home with color.
Thursday, June 5
(7-9 a.m.). Robert De Niro talks about Remembering the Artist. Roseanne Barr on Today. Pharrell performs live on the Today Plaza.
(9-10 a.m.) Willem Dafoe talks about The Fault In Our Stars. Clark Gregg discusses Trust Me. A contractor's secrets to saving money.
(10-11 a.m.) Kris Jenner talks about Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Ambush Makeovers. Nat Wolff on The Fault In Our Stars. Pharrell performs on Today.
Friday, June 6
(7-9 a.m.) 70th anniversary of D-Day. Taye Diggs talks about Murder In The First. Sara Bareilles performs live on the Today Plaza.
(9-10 a.m.) Sam Trammell talks about The Fault In Our Stars. Rev. Run and Justine Simmons talk about Rev Run's Sunday Suppers. Sara Bareilles performs on Today.
(10-11 a.m.) Actress Roma Downey. Summer beauty myths and facts. Father's Day gifts. Cooking with Tim Love.
Monday, June 9
(7-9 a.m.) Modern Dads. Cast of Jersey Boys movie on Today. Tyler Perry talks about Spent: Looking for Change. Sting and the cast of Broadway's The Last Ship perform on Today.
(9-10 a.m.) Matt Servitto and Jason Kravits talk about web series Lords of the Playground. Get Started Today: Healthy breakfasts.
(10-11 a.m.) Taye Diggs talks about Murder in the First. Travel emergencies.
Tuesday, June 10
(7-9 a.m.) Modern Dads. Clint Eastwood on Jersey Boys movie. Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon, Jason Biggs and Uzo Aduba on series, Orange Is the New Black. Today's Kitchen.
(9-10 a.m.) Mark Feuerstein talks about Royal Pains. A Father's Day surprise. How to organize your space.
(10-11 a.m.) Colbie Caillat performs. Josh Turner on Today.
Wednesday, June 11
(7-9 a.m.) Modern Dads. Miss USA 2014 on Today. Natasha Lyonne, Kate Mulgrew, Pablo Schreiber and Danielle Brooks talk about series, Orange Is the New Black.
(9-10 a.m.) Personal health. Fatherhood project with Corbyn Tyson. Demystifying kitchen techniques.
(10-11 a.m.) Aaron Tveit talks about Graceland. Elvis Duran's songs of summer. Best wedding wines. Daughter reunited with her father after 60 years.
Thursday, June 12
(7-9 a.m.) Modern Dads. Gerard Butler and Jay Baruchel talk about How to Train Your Dragon 2. Today's Kitchen with Pete Evans.
(9-10 a.m.) Taryn Manning and Yael Stone talk about Orange Is the New Black. Father's Day surprise for a deserving dad. David Gray performs on Today.
(10-11 a.m.) America Ferrara and Jay Baruchel talk about How To Train Your Dragon 2. Ambush Makeovers. The 90s look for your home. A father and daughter reunion.
Friday, June 13
(7-9 a.m.) Kristen Wiig, America Ferrara and Kit Harrington talk about How To Train Your Dragon 2. Modern Dads. Train performs on Today Plaza.
(9-10 a.m.) Cooking with Jeff Mahin. Train performs on Today.
(10-11 a.m.) TBD
Saturday, May 31
Today's weekend movie previews. The spelling bee.
Sunday, June 1
The latest in politics with David Gregory. The start of hurricane season. Fleet Week.
Saturday, June 7
Sunday, June 8
Shine a Light in Baltimore. Levar Burton and The Reading Rainbow.