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You'll hear the words "Good Morning" quite a bit in this musical mash-up video, which celebrates many a moment of ABC's morning talk show Good Morning America by compiling them into one big GMA-themed music video. I suspect viewers of this video will be divided on this, either enjoying it and having fun trying to spot as many familiar faces as they rush by, or else, frustrated that they can't get the song out of their head when the video's over. I couldn't look away, and I'm glad for that. If I had, I would have probably missed Alf.
ABC’s early morning news and weather program, Good Morning America has been running on the network since 1975. In that time, the show has changed anchors multiple times, changed formats, and even added a weekend edition. One thing that has not really changed over the years is that Good Morning America has generally lagged behind NBC’s Today in the ratings. Perhaps it is high time for a change.
Lara Spencer will leave her post as Insider host at CBS and join Good Morning America as the lifestyle anchor. It all started late last year when Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart announced she was leaving.
According to Charlie Sheen, you can’t process him with a normal brain. This is kind of a relief as it explains a lot about my struggle to understand this entire fiasco. The “brain” comment was one of the things he said on NBC’s TODAY Show today. Check out the interview here, as well as his Good Morning America interview on ABC and see if your brain can process it.
It looks as though Adam Lambert’s performance at the American Music Awards cost him a gig on Good Morning America. Fortunately for Lambert fans, CBS isn’t above picking up ABC’s leavings.
Is CBS afraid of Michael Moore? If you believe what the man behind numerous controversial documentaries said on his Twitter page, it appears the Eye shut him down after he criticized another network.
ABC’s coverage of the Michael Jackson Memorial Service is set to start up with Good Morning America and run with different specials along with the service as the day progresses.