Previewing the Sunday Shows
With both party conventions in the rear-view mirror, this weekend's shows will look forward to the final two months of the campaign.
For the first time since 2009, Mitt Romney will appear on Meet the Press. His running mate, Paul Ryan, will be on Face the Nation and This Week .
On Fox News Sunday, Romney economic adviser Glenn Hubbard and former Obama economic aide Austan Goolsbee will talk about the economic proposals from the respective campaigns.
On State of the Union, California Gov. Jerry Brown will break down the Democratic convention, while Newt Gingrich will offer analysis from the GOP's perspective.
Fresh off his well-received keynote address, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro will join the political round table on Meet the Press. Another Democratic Convention speaker, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, will participate in the round table discussion on This Week.
Christine O'Donnell, the controversial Republican nominee in the 2010 Delaware Senate race, will appear on HBO's Real Time. During a 1999 appearance on host Bill Maher's former show on ABC, Politically Incorrect, O'Donnell revealed that she had "dabbled into witchcraft." The comment resurfaced during the 2010 campaign, prompting O'Donnell to release her infamous "I'm Not A Witch" ad.
Check out the full listings after the jump.
Meet the Press hosts Mitt Romney and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro.
Face the Nation hosts Paul Ryan and Obama senior adviser David Plouffe.
This Week hosts Paul Ryan, Newark Mayor Cory Booker and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
Fox News Sunday hosts Romney economic adviser Glenn Hubbard and former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee
State of the Union hosts California Gov. Jerry Brown and former Speaker Newt Gingrich
Other Weekend Shows
Political Capital features Bloomberg pollster J. Ann Selzer and Huffington Post's Mark Blumenthal (Bloomberg, Friday, 9 p.m.).
Washington Week features Washington Post's Dan Balz, New York Times' Peter Baker, Time's Michael Duffy and Bloomberg's Jeanne Cummings (PBS, Friday, 8 p.m.).
Real Time features former Republican Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, television producer David Simon, GOP strategist Steve Schmidt, Politico's Jim VandeHei and The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel (HBO, Friday, 10 p.m.).
Situation Room features Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore, Center for American Progress' Neera Tanden, New Yorker's Ryan Lizza and New York Times' Jeff Zeleny (CNN, Saturday, 6:30 p.m.).
Communicators features Politico's Elizabeth Wasserman (C-SPAN, Saturday, 6:30 p.m.).
Chris Matthews Show features Time's Michael Duffy, Politico's John Harris, Bloomberg's Trish Regan and AP's Kasie Hunt (NBC, Sunday, check local listings).
Newsmakers features Rep. John Larson, D-Conn. (C-SPAN, Sunday, 10 a.m./6 p.m.).
Reliable Sources features The Hill's Bob Cusack, American University professor Jane Hall, USA Today's Jackie Kucinich, Daily Caller's Matt Lewis, Daily Beast's Michelle Cottle, Politico's Lois Romano and Washington Post's Erik Wemple (CNN, Sunday, 11 a.m.).
Fareed Zakaria GPS features Council of Foreign Relations' Richard Haass, Former Israel Ambassador Martin Indyk, former State Department director of public planning Anne-Marie Slaughter, businessman Roger Altman, Newsweek's Niall Ferguson and New York Times' Nate Silver (CNN, Sunday, 10 a.m.).
Q & A features Washington Post's Colbert King (C-SPAN, Sunday, 8 p.m.).
Al Punto features House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Convention speaker Benita Veliz, "Voces Action" director Adryana Boyne, Miami Spanish speaking NOW president Aida Zuniga, Mexico City Mayor-elect Miguel Angel Mancera and "Volunted Popular" spokesperson Freddy Guevara (UNIVISION, Sunday, 10 a.m.).