Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, and Jess Cagle, Editor of People and Editorial Director of Entertainment Weekly, return to host the Oscars “Red Carpet Live” show along with actor, model and television host Tyson Beckford. “The Oscars “Red Carpet Live” airs on SUNDAY, MARCH 2 at 7:00 p.m., ET on the ABC Television Network.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover was unveiled on Thursday (Feb. 13) but the big controversy surrounding the magazine is what's on the inside -- specifically, a spread on Barbie.
Taking a break from his crazy recording schedule, John Legend showed up at ABC Studios in Times Square for an appearance on “Good Morning America” today (February 14). After his interview, the 35-year-old singer/songwriter and the hosts...Show More Summary
He’s one of the most soulful singers of his generation and John Legend has plenty to croon about thanks to his wife Chrissy Teigen. During his Valentine’s Day performance on “Good Morning America” today (February 14), the handsome hitmaker...Show More Summary
Nancy Grace decided that the best way to quote someone swearing on national television was to spell it out. “This S-H-I-T is going down now.” From the video: Grace brought up a piece of evidence that Michael Dunn, the man … Continue reading ?
After ABC’s “Good Morning America” came out on top among total viewers on Tuesday — the first time a non-Olympics rights-holding network has won a morning show since electronic records have been kept — NBC’s “Today” was back on top in...Show More Summary
While discussing a legal case involving one of her favorite subjects (African-American Teenager "Threatening" Older White Person With Negro Culture, Inevitably Resulting in White Person Shooting Said Teenager), Nancy Grace decided that the best way to quote someone swearing on national television was to spell it out.
ABC’s Good Morning America attracted the largest audience among morning infotainment programs the week that included the first couple days of NBC’s Olympics coverage. NBC began covering Games competition on Thursday of last week and broadcast the Opening Ceremony in primetime on Friday. Show More Summary
Ten years ago, ABC News anchor Dan Harris had a panic attack on live television — and now he says the incident may have saved his life. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Nightline Dan Harris Good Morning America The Wolf Of Wall Street
Split wins for the morning shows last week. NBC’s “Today” show wins among younger viewers, which hasn’t happened since the last week of 2013, edging ABC’s “Good Morning America” by +18,000 viewers. “GMA” was the most-watched morningShow More Summary
Audrey Vigo, 1, and 10-month-old Noah Sutton are somewhat of a thing, Noah's dad told Good Morning America. But the older, more mature, Audrey gets fed up with her younger suitor's antics every so often. It's like, when is he going to...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, February 11, “GMA” Tops NBC’s “Today” for the First Time Ever During an Olympic Games “GMA” Continues to Grow by Double-Digits Year-to-Year in Total Viewers and Both Key Target Demos ABC News’ “Good Morning America” finished as the No. 1 morning newscast in Total Viewers...
After his father came out to him, the Good Morning America host says he accepted him as an out, proud gay man read more
When Josh Elliott's father came out as a gay man, it caused the "Good Morning America" anchor to question his own sexuality. Elliott tells "The View" hosts that as a teenage boy, he wasn't sure how to process the news.
Good Morning America pulled a major ratings upset over the Today Show on Tuesday. While GMA made news in 2013 for beating NBC's Today in the yearly ratings from the first time since the 1993-94 season, until yesterday no morning show that wasn't carrying the Olympics had ever beat the one that was.
Despite a win for the “Today” show on the first day of the Sochi Olympics, Tuesday’s numbers bring bad news for NBC: according to Nielsen’s Fast Affiliate data, “Good Morning America” topped “Today” by +804,000 total viewers and +237,000...Show More Summary
That's Sky, the five-year-old wire fox terrier that won best in show at Westminster last night, getting right to the point with George Stephanopoulos on the set of Good Morning America. Read more...
These days he’s a regular on “Good Morning America” weekends and on “Nightline,” but 10 years ago, while filling in on weekday “GMA” Dan Harris had a panic attack. “Halfway through the six stories I was supposed to read, I simply bailed, squeaking out a ‘Back to you,’” Harris says. Show More Summary
In an expected boost from the network's exclusive coverage of the Winter Games, NBC's typically second-place morning show gets sizable advantages over ABC's "Good Morning America." read more
The last time NBC’s “Today” show came in first place for a full week in the mornings was during the London Olympics. 18 months later, the Sochi games may be NBC’s ticket to a weekly win. “Today” topped ABC’s “Good Morning America” last Thursday, Friday and yesterday according to Nielsen fast national numbers. Show More Summary