Sara reacts to Gillette's new 'toxic masculinity' ad. On September 6, , the program began broadcasting from an entirely new studio set located on the first floor ground level of the Times Square studios. What are US troops doing in the Syrian city of Manbij? The program beat Today for the first time in 16 years during the week of April 9, , ending that program's streak of consecutive weeks as the most-watched network morning news program, by a margin of 31, more viewers than the NBC program. The program's opening changed from the camera's zooming in on the hosts while introducing the host to an opening with new music by the New York City-based music production company DreamArtists Studios and a background with the Good Morning America logo descending onto the frame.
The bug still featured the time and current local temperature to the left, but with an orange backdrop with an alternate "GMA" logo and the ABCNews. On January 15, , during an interview with Diane Sawyer on the program, actress Diane Keaton commented on Sawyer's physical attractiveness, stating that if she had lips like Sawyer's, "then I wouldn't have worked on my [expletive] personality!
The tour's first telecast stop was in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Representatives for ABC News stated that it wanted to return the show to the original male-female anchor format.
On December 10, , Stephanopoulos was announced as Sawyer's replacement, with Juju Chang replacing Cuomo as newsreader; the changes took effect four days later on December In April , the anchor desk in the studio was relocated back in front of the window overlooking Times Square, where it had been when Good Morning America moved to the Times Square Studios facility in ; the news desk was also moved in front of a window. On May 3, , the program debuted new "light blue and sunny" graphics, and new theme music by DreamArtists Studios.
An entirely new set for the program was introduced on January 31, ; the monitor used for national weather segments used mainly during the 7: This was the first major set change since the show upgraded to high definition in November In the summer of , Good Morning America decided to vacate the second floor of the Times Square studios, which overlooked Times Square, due to cost issues. On September 6, , the program began broadcasting from an entirely new studio set located on the first floor ground level of the Times Square studios.
The main "window" behind the presenters in the new set, which also shows a view overlooking Times Square from an above-ground level, is actually a back-projection, although there are several real windows used in other parts of the set. Amid declining ratings at Today in the aftermath of reports of Matt Lauer 's alleged role in Ann Curry 's departure as co-host though ratings had been in a steady decline for that program during Curry's co-hosting tenure , viewership for Good Morning America increased starting in The program beat Today for the first time in 16 years during the week of April 9, , ending that program's streak of consecutive weeks as the most-watched network morning news program, by a margin of 31, more viewers than the NBC program.
On August 30, , Roberts went on medical leave after undergoing a bone marrow transplant donated by her sister and fellow news anchor SallyAnn Roberts following her diagnosis with myelodysplastic syndrome. Others, including some celebrities, also served as special guest anchors during this time such as Kelly Ripa , Jessica Simpson , Barbara Walters and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
On January 14, , Roberts announced that she hoped to return to the program sometime that February; Roberts performed dry run rehearsals during the week of January 21 in preparation for her return; she and her doctors evaluated her body's reaction to the makeup, the lighting, her hair, and the number of people she comes in contact with to avoid compromising her then-gradually-improving health. Roberts returned to Good Morning America part-time on February 20, ;  she announced in August that she would return to full-time hosting duties on September 3 of that year.
In , GMA won its first May sweeps ratings period in 18 years. He was succeeded the following day by Ginger Zee , who had been serving as meteorologist for the weekend editions of GMA and was also appointed to Champion's former position as weather editor for ABC News. In early April , several media reports speculated that Michael Strahan would be joining GMA as a contributing anchor, while maintaining his co-host duties on Live!
Strahan's new position was confirmed on April 15, , when he was introduced to the audience as the new contributing anchor on the program.
On April 18, , Lara Spencer was promoted to co-anchor effective immediately, receiving top billing on the program alongside Roberts and Stephanopoulos. In September , former NFL player Tim Tebow was announced to be joining the program as a part-time correspondent to help launch the new segment, "Motivate Me Mondays".
He made his debut on the program on September 15, On November 19, , the program celebrated its 40th anniversary, with all the main anchors and most of the news and weather anchors returning to join the celebration and share their stories. Clips from all 40 years were shown. On April 19, , Strahan announced that he would be leaving Live! On September 6, , Michael Strahan began his run as official full-time co-host of the program along with Roberts, Stephanopoulos, and Spencer. A new title sequence was debuted not including Spencer's name. The first hour focuses on the news of the morning anchored by Roberts, Stephanopulos, and Strahan.
Zee does segments of the weather and Robach reads the morning headlines. The second hour is in the second floor studio and is taped in front of a live studio audience. It focuses on "soft news" and entertainment.
It is anchored by the four main co-anchors including Spencer and features guests and talk show panel discussion. In April , it was announced that Spencer would cut back on her hours on GMA from five days a week to three to focus on her own projects. Though not exactly like GMA it was more of a talk show format, with guests and interviewing them and also topics of current events, with Rivera ending the show with commentary.
Eastern Time weekday slot. Good Afternoon America was taped immediately after the morning program and focused on lighter fare, with the exception of the July 20 edition, which provided live coverage of the Aurora Century 16 theater shooting. Substitute hosts include Rob Marciano.
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This spin-off is a lead in to the actual GMA program airing live stream on social media outlets. The show airs between 6: This focuses on a featured lunch recipe.
GMA Deals airs on social media outlets on select days at 8: Hosted by Zee and Tory Johnson, it is an extension of the show's popular segment where influencers and other representatives of companies demonstrate products on-air and offer low-cost flash sales on the offered product or service. The new show premiered on September 10, Robin Roberts Co-Anchor; —Present.
George Stephanopoulos Co-Anchor; —Present. Michael Strahan Co-Anchor; —Present. The program was cancelled on February 28, In August , Bill Weir left the weekend edition to become co-anchor of Nightline ; Marysol Castro left the show the following month. Paula Faris who previously substituted for Golodryga in the spring of , while she was on maternity leave was named as Golodryga's replacement as weekend co-anchor. The Nine broadcasts features a map providing forecasts for Australia in place of national U.
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He was arrested in Hollywood, California last week after Los Angeles police said he strangled and sexually assaulted a year old woman he had also met on a dating site. While the prospect of Drayton, 27, being involved in additional crimes has not been ruled out, New York police sources said that no evidence has yet emerged to corroborate his other claims. Murder suspect linked to string of crimes through dating sites: While Drayton claims he strangled a man in the Bronx, for instance, New York police sources said there are no unsolved murders in that area that fit his description.
So detectives are checking for similar cases across the border in Westchester County, New York.
New York investigators now have a wide-ranging investigation underway into Drayton that involves the NYPD's homicide and sex crimes units as well as digital experts who are probing Drayton's online activity, including dating websites he may have visited. The "common denominator in these cases -- one being a murder and one being a rape -- is dating websites," Shea said at the time. Drayton was apprehended in North Hollywood on July There, he allegedly strangled and sexually assaulted a year-old woman and refused to let her leave after a date, according to officials in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.