Life's busy. You've got things to do. But you still don't want to miss your favorite talk show. Oprah's on during the day while you're at work. Jimmy's on late at night while you're sound asleep (that'd be both Kimmel and Fallon).
If you're not DVRing your favorite show - or your DVR is refusing your orders - there's still a chance to catch Ellen and Letterman. You just gotta go online.
And that's not hard to do. Heck, you're already online!
Here's where you can find your favorite daytime shows:
Catch up via video clips
from Bonnie's official site. Most interviews are cataloged in parts, and the site features a search function.
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Discover recent, popular and top-ranked clips from Ellen
in her video section
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Find memorable moments and more in Live
's show archive
. Funny bits, great interviews and much, much more.
offers a show archive
, but you'll mostly find show previews there. Don't fret. There's a ton of information on the episode, so if you're looking for a recipe or a craft, it's there. But don't expect to catch the whole show.
Oprah's media section
is filled to the brim with great video and show segments. You can select by topic (spirit, health, style, food, money, and more) or do a search. Oprah's site is so thick with content, be warned. You could get lost!
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Following in the footsteps of Ms. Winfrey, Rachael Ray's video archive
is jammed with lots of goodies. You can browse by "buddies," "tips and stories," "recipes" (of course), and "behind the scenes."
The Today Show
manages all its online video via its homepage
. Scroll about for clips from the day's show or by category.