Al Roker shared he does not think much about Matt Lauer since the former broadcaster was fired from the "Today" show in 2017.
While at the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Summer 2019 TCA press tour, Roker opened up about his former colleague in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
"I'm sure he's doing well," he told ET's Katie Krause. "I don't really talk about that much but we wish him well."
While Roker remains on "Today," he shared that he is hoping to find a way to bridge the gap and help the next generation of broadcasters, according to ET.
"I don't know if anybody really knows where media is going," he added. "It's going, and I think your best bet is to be as well prepared for it as possible."
Roker has not made many statements about Lauer in the past other than his reaction to the first public statement made following Lauer's firing for allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior in 2017.
"There are no words to express my sorrow and regret for the pain I have caused others by words and actions," Lauer said in a statement in the days following his firing. "To the people I have hurt, I am truly sorry. As I am writing this I realize the depth of the damage and disappointment I have left behind at home and at NBC."
Roker addressed the controversy at the time, noting he and the other hosts were “dealing with the news of our friend of 30 years, and we’re all trying to process it," adding, "We’ll deal with it along with you folks, as well.”
Several accusers told Variety “they complained to executives at the network about Lauer’s behavior, which fell on deaf ears.” NBC has denied this telling NBC News “current NBC News management was never made aware.”
NBC News' Stephanie Gosk said in November 2017 that are as many as eight accusers, though tallying is difficult as the accounts have been anonymous.
After the bombshell allegations, Lauer and his wife Annette Roque officially filed for divorce in early July.
Roque filed for divorce earlier this month after 21 years of marriage, according to Suffolk County Court documents. The two have three children: sons Jack, 18, and Thijs, 12, and daughter Romy, 15.
NBC's "Today" show celebrated 25 years of their morning show at Studio 1A. To mark the anniversary, the network shared a 5-minute video celebrating "special moments" over the years that didn't include Lauer, despite his 20 plus years on the show.
Contributing: Anika Reed, Erin Jensen, Carly Mallenbaum
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Al Roker wishes Matt Lauer well two years after 'Today' show scandal