Ann Curry Will ‘Harness the Power’ of Live TV for the First Time Since Leaving the Today Show

She’ll help solve medical mysteries as anchor of Chasing the Cure

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Ann Curry anchors and executive produces Chasing the Cure, which will be simulcast on TNT and TBS. Getty Images

It’s been seven years since Ann Curry last regularly appeared on live television, when she exited as co-anchor of the Today show, where she had worked since 1997. Now Curry is returning to live TV with Chasing the Cure, a 90-minute series debuting tonight on TNT and TBS that will use a combination of crowdsourcing and top doctors to help people suffering from various undiagnosed and misdiagnosed medical mysteries.

@jasonlynch Jason Lynch is TV Editor at Adweek, overseeing trends, technology, personalities and programming across broadcast, cable and streaming video.