MSNBC’s Tamron Hall, sitting in on the ‘Today” show as Natalie Morales reported from Vatican City, admitted to being a novice when it comes to popular TV sitcoms… like all of them. After Willie Geist rattled off a list put together by Vulture of some of the most watched TV shows of the last 30 years, Hall said she’d only seen two of them: “Sex and the City” and “30 Rock.” No “Seinfeld,” or “The Office,” or “Cheers,” or the “Simpsons.” Al Roker asked, “Are you American?” Hall pointed out many classic 70s sitcoms like “Laverne & Shirley” “Happy Days” and “What’s Happening?” were not on the list.
Geist, Roker, Hall and E! host Jason Kennedy also talked about Hall’s “Newsnation” theme song, composed by Prince, which debuted on her MSNBC show Monday. Hall revealed that it will only be her theme song for 6 months at which point Prince takes back full rights.
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