If you've been following the headlines and the gossip sheets, then you know that ABC's GMA3 (a "spinoff add-on," so to speak, from the popular Good Morning America) co-anchors Amy Robach & T.J. Holmes have found their personal lives under the microscope. Last week brought word that Robach & Holmes had been in a romantic relationship, news that sent viewers to social media to share their belief that each of them was still in a committed marriage. Since that time, every word they've said and every move they've made in front of the camera has been fuel for random speculation. Well, the next chapter in the story was written earlier today by ABC News President Kim Godwin. During an editorial call earlier today (reported by Variety), Godwin revealed that the co-anchors were being pulled from the ABC News program while the network considers its options. Sources familiar with the call shared that it was made clear that Robach & Holmes had not violated any company policy, but the move was made "to do what's best for the organization." At the time of the initial reporting, ABC News didn't make any executives available for comment.
And here's a look at what's on tap for GMA3 for the rest of the week:
Tuesday, Dec. 6 — Author and disability advocate Dr. Don Schoendorfer (Magic Wheels); GMA3 celebrates the 25th anniversary of Broadway's The Lion King with cast members; opera singers Renée Fleming, Kelli O'Hara, and Joyce DiDonato (The Hours)
Wednesday, Dec. 7 — GMA3 spotlights Coldwater Kitchen; actresses Catherine Zeta-Jones and Lisette Olivera (National Treasure: Edge of History); Deals and Steals with ABC e-commerce editor Tory Johnson
Thursday, Dec. 8 — CEO of Apps Without Code Tara Reed; ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee for Climate Change series; TV host, chef, and author Kardea Brown (The Way Home); a performance by the cast of Broadway's A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical
Friday, Dec. 9 — GMA3 features an inside look at the New York Theatre Ballet's production of the Nutcracker; TV host Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs); Faith Friday with TikTok star, NFL Seattle Seahawks host and author Andy Dooley (Building a Family of Faith); a performance by the Backstreet Boys