Makes sure to watch The Rachel Maddow Show, weekdays at 9:00 P.M. Eastern Time on MSNBC.
Don't forget to watch The Rachel Maddow Show, weekdays at 9:00 P.M. Eastern Time on MSNBC.
Rachel Maddow stopped by Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night! Check out the clips below to find out who she'd rather marry, shag or kill (Don't worry, it's just a game!). And to find out when she thinks the government shutdown will end.
After Rachel Maddow mentioned Highlights magazine's "Check...Double Check" feature on her show, the magazine created one just for her! Click here to see the two seemilgly identical illustrations of Maddow and see if you can find the 12 differences between the pictures!
Rachel Maddow joined Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night! Check out the clips below as Rachel took some questions from callers, talked politics with Lil Jon and even does a Lil Jon mashup!
And don't forget to follow Rachel on Twitter and to catch her show weeknights from 9-10 pm EST.
"Now king of the mountain at MSNBC, Maddow gave Fox News a run for its money during the 2012 election cycle and was nominated for an Emmy this past December, all while holding on to her loyal viewership and delivering hard-hitting criticism of the political climate. The host has become a staple in the political media by standing up for the marginalized, sticking to her core values, and making a few cocktails, all with that lopsided smirk of hers."
Click here to see the full list!
The Hollywood Reporter unveiled it's third annual list of New York's most powerful people in media and YES! MSNBC has made that list!
Pick up the latest copy of The Hollywood Reporter (with 4 different covers!) to read the entire feature or you can click here!
On Friday, March 22nd, MSNBC is reairing it's most watched documentary in ten years!
“Hubris: Selling the Iraq War,” hosted by Rachel Maddow, will reair Friday, March 22nd, at 9 PM ET. Following the documentary at 10 p.m. ET, MSNBC will air “Talking Hubris,” hosted by Chris Hayes with Chris Matthews, Alex Wagner, Fmr. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-PA) and co-authors of Hubris, Michael Isikoff and David Corn. The panel will dig deeper and address additional topics not explored in the film.
You can check out the promo clip below! Be sure to tune in!
If you think you know Ed Schultz, think again!
Ed Schultz was the cover story in the latest issue of the Columbia Journalism Review. The feature chronicles Ed's journey to TV and radio, and touches on moments in his past you probably didn't know! (Spoiler: Ed played professional football in Canada!)
To read the full story, click here!