In her first TV interview since leaving NBC, former "Today" show host Ann Curry is speaking out about her former co-host Matt Lauer
Veteran journalist focuses on reunions between people whose lives intersected and were torn apart at pivotal moments in world history
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Veteran journalist Ann Curry is sharing unique stories of people who are searching for someone from their past. Her new PBS series "We'll Meet Again" focuses on reunions between people whose lives intersected and were torn apart at pivotal moments in world history, including the Vietnam War or the 9/11 attacks. Curry joins "CBS This Morning" to share the tale of her own parents' reunion and some of the powerful stories of those she brings together in the series.
In her first television interview since leaving NBC, Ann Curry is speaking out about the #MeToo movement. Curry, who's making a much-anticipated return to TV with her new PBS show, "We'll Meet Again," was with NBC's "Today" show for 15 years. She co-anchored alongside Matt Lauer from 2011 to 2012 before a highly publicized break with the broadcast. Curry left NBC in 2015 and created her own production company. Curry joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why she's "not surprised" by the sexual misconduct allegations against Lauer and how she's moved on from a period in her life that "hurt like hell."