NBC declined any comment on the initial reaction to the show.However, Page Six sources claim the network is concerned.In several major markets, you can access NBC live TV via the NBC app, which is available to download in the App Store and Google Play.(NBC also has apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku and Xbox One.) Again, you’ll need login info for pay-tv subscription that includes NBC programming. After launching the app, open the menu and click on the “LIVE” tile in the top left portion of the screen.Audience breakdown: About the show: "Stay Tuned" is anchored by NBC News and MSNBC correspondents, Gadi Schwartz and Savannah Sellers, are co-hosts for the show. The two host 2-3 minute segments daily that feature on-camera guests and field interviews. The live broadcast of your local NBC affiliate is available only in the following markets, where the station is owned by NBC: New York (WNBC), Los Angeles (KNBC), San Diego (KNSD), San Francisco / Bay Area (KNTV), Connecticut (WVIT), Miami (WTVJ), Chicago (WMAQ-TV), Philadelphia (WCAU), Washington D. You’ll have to “enable location services” (find the NBC app under your phone’s Settings, click on it and then click on Location) so the app can see where you are and whether your local NBC station is eligible for streaming.If it’s your first time using the app, you’ll get a free 45-minute preview before you’re forced to “verify” using a cable login to continue watching.
Stay Tuned has checked both of those of boxes," said Nick Ascheim, SVP of NBC News Digital.
Megyn Kelly's new NBC show has been widely panned by critics as being little more than a morning show 'bride of Frankenstein.'Critics tore into Kelly who - after carving a career for herself as a respected political journalist, appeared to flounder as she tried to paint herself as warm and fluffy mid-morning TV show host.
Time's Daniel D’Addario said the former Fox host had totally failed to connect with her audience on Megyn Kelly Today.'If there was one message that Megyn Kelly sought to impart in the first installment of her new NBC talk show, Megyn Kelly Today, it was this: The old Megyn can't come to the phone right now.
On top of that, was the cringeworthy moment, where Kelly called a 'superfan' to ask if he 'became gay' from watching the show.'Very smooth,' opined Stuever.
LA Times TV critic Robert Lloyd agreed, adding 'it is impossible to tell how anyone will do in this job from a first episode.'But he said that Kelly needs to relax and learn to be herself.
As the former attack dog tried - and failed - to roll over and play nice, some her guests were stunned into monosyllabic responses.