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September 27th, 2013
04:45 PM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

We’ve got a busy show planned this Sunday when Brian Stelter of the New York Times returns as our ‘Reliable Sources’ guest host.

With the nationwide rollout of Obamacare and another government shutdown on the horizon, we’ll discuss how the bipartisan bickering in Washington is playing out across national media outlets with CNN commentator Ryan Lizza, Politico’s Manu Raju, and The Guardian’s Ana Marie Cox.

And it’s the day all Walter White fans have been holding out for– ahead of the highly anticipated ‘Breaking Bad’ series finale, we’ll sit down with AMC President and General Manager Charlie Collier to discuss the success of the show and the series spin-off currently in the works.

Later in the show, Time Magazine’s James Poniewozik and the Huffington Post’s Mo Ryan will join us to talk all things ‘Breaking Bad.' We’ll also discuss ‘Saturday Night Live’ as NBC’s popular late-night comedy show enters its 39th season with a handful of new cast members, including a new ‘Weekend Update’ co-anchor.

Finally, author Allen Salkin will join us on ‘Reliable Sources’ to discuss his new book, “From Scratch: Inside the Food Network,” which details the founding of the network as well as the recent scandal surrounding celebrity chef Paula Deen.

Tune in Sunday at 11am ET.

soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. Grace Kerrigan-Vibert

    Miss Howard Kurtz. Kindly suggest to your host, Brian Stelter to refrain from nodding his head whilst agreeing with guests, as it is terribly distracting. Thank you. Grace Kerrigan-vbert

    September 29, 2013 at 12:08 pm | Reply
  2. Vince Eagle

    You fail to be a Reliable Source when you use a word like PUNDANT. Not just once but multiple times at the end of the show. There is no such word. What you wanted to say was PUNDIT. This is an error made by many and it makes the issuer sound ill-informed – especially on a program about journalistic knowledge and integrity.

    September 29, 2013 at 12:03 pm | Reply

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