Today Show Marks Savannah Guthrie’s 5 Years As Co-Host

By Chris Ariens 

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NBC’s Savannah Guthrie marks 5 years as the Today show’s co-anchor on Sunday. The show will celebrate the milestone during tomorrow’s 8 a.m. hour.

Guthrie took over as co-host on July 9, 2012 following the messy departure of Ann Curry 11 days earlier.

The morning show produced this promo, which will begin airing tonight on Nightly News. Guthrie also happens to be filling in tonight for Lester Holt.