PunditFact previews the Nov. 23 Sunday news shows

Speaker of the House John Boehner talks with reporters after President Barack Obama announced he would stop deportations of some undocumented immigrants. (Getty Images)
Speaker of the House John Boehner talks with reporters after President Barack Obama announced he would stop deportations of some undocumented immigrants. (Getty Images)

Every Friday, PunditFact gives you the first look at guests on the Sunday news shows. On Sunday, we see if what they said is true. You can read how they fared here or weekly in the Daily Beast.

 ABC This Week (Click to see when it's on in your area)

Big guest: President Barack Obama.

High on the agenda: The president's executive action on immigration.

The pundit panel: Ben Carson, James Caville, Matthew Dowd, and Katrina vanden Heuvel.

 CBS Face the Nation (Click to see when it's on in your area)

Big guests: Sen. Dick Durbin, Reps. Michael McCaul, Luis Gutierrez and Raul Labrador, and and NAACP president Cornell William Brooks.

High on the agenda: The repercussions from the president's move on immigration and the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo.

The pundit panel: Clarence Page, Michael Gerson, David Ignatius, Mark Leibovitch and Susan Page.

 CNN State of the Union (9 a.m.)

Big guests: Sen. Lindsey Graham and fomer Sen. Rick Santorum.

High on the agenda: The Republican reaction to President Obama's move on immigration and the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo.

Ferguson panel: Cornel West, Sherrilyn Ifill, and Jim Wallis. 

The pundit panel: LZ Granderson, Newt Gingrich, Ana Navarro.

 Fox News Sunday (Click to see when it's on in your area)

Big guests: Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Xavier Becerra, and Texas Gov.- elect Greg Abbott.

High on the agenda: President Obama's immigration move and what happens next.

The pundit panel:  George Will, Julie Pace, Kimberley Strassel, and Ron Fournier.

 

 NBC Meet the Press (Click to see when it's on in your area)

Big guests: Sens. Jeff Flake and Robert Menendez, Rudy Giuliani and Anthony Gray.

High on the agenda: Immigration and Ferguson, Mo.

Keystone pipeline: John Hofmeister and Daniel Yergin.

The pundit panel: Joe Scarborough, Jose Diaz-Balart and Amy Walter.