Karl and Ally return to TODAY for 2022


Off come the boardies while the beach hair is combed away, and in come the suits and early morning alarm, as TODAY hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon return to television screens.

With the Australian Open beginning, Alex Cullen will be in Melbourne for the next two weeks reporting on all the action as Tim Davies holds the fort presenting news, while Brooke Boney also returns from her summer break to deliver all the entertainment news.

Joining Today’s regular roster of contributors – which includes Money expert Effie Zahos and technology guru Trevor Long – will be one of Australia’s most recognizable medicos during the pandemic, Dr Nick Coatsworth.

On Weekend TODAY, Charles Croucher and Belinda Russell will join Richard Wilkins and Jayne Azzopardi as hosts, with the team starting on Saturday, January 22.

Rounding out the morning programming will be TODAY Extra, hosted by David Campbell and Sylvia Jeffreys weekdays, returning on Friday, January 28.

Overseen by Director of Morning Television, Steven Burling, viewers will continue to wake up to an informative and entertaining TODAY Show in 2022.

“An increasing number of Australians have made Karl, Ally and the team a part of their morning breakfast routine,” said Steven Burling, Nine’s Director of Morning Television. “Not only because they know they’ll see the latest overnight news first, but because these fun, passionate and authentic hosts are entirely relatable. As we start 2022 we promise to continue to fearlessly pursue the stories that matter to all Australians.”

Karl and Ally return to Today weekdays from Monday 17th January on Nine




  1. Allison Langdon is great. She’s a natural in front of the camera.
    The veterinary attendants need to bring out the white screens for Karl and relieve his (and our) suffering.
    Broadcasting it would be a ratings winner.


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