NBC has announced that the 'Where in the World is Matt Lauer?' feature will return to the Today show next month.
The trip, which marks the tenth anniversary of the travel segment, will see Lauer travel to five global destinations over the course of five days, with both viewers and show correspondents Ann Curry, Al Roker and Natalie Morales being unaware of his location until Lauer goes live on the morning show.
While the 'Where in the World is Matt Lauer?" segment will launch on November 7, viewers will be able to go onto Facebook and Twitter from November 4 to unlock additional clues and log their guess for where the anchor will appear next.
In addition, Today has announced plans to send one lucky winner and one guest to one of Lauer's destinations, with entries for the competition being open from October 24 to November 8 on Today.com.
The show's website will also commemorate the past ten years of 'Where in the World is Matt Lauer?' segments by featuring a complete video and photo archive of Lauer's past trips in advance of this year's feature.
Watch Matt Lauer announce the return of his "Where In the World..." feature below: