The weekend edition of ABC News' Good Morning America, premiering Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004, and airing live Saturday and Sunday mornings (check local listings) on the ABC Television Network, is anchored by Bill Weir and Kate Snow.
Ron Claiborne is the news anchor and Marysol Castro is contributing to the broadcast as weather and feature correspondent.
The weekend edition of Good Morning America brings viewers up-to-the-minute breaking news and weather, as well as topical features, all from the familiar set of the weekday program, located at the crossroads of the world — Times Square.
The program features an appealing combination of news and information, headline-making interviews and probing discussion of a wide array of topical issues in the areas of politics, entertainment, consumer information, cutting-edge technology and the latest health and medical advances.
In addition to updates on hot new trends, on Saturdays Good Morning America will give viewers a weekly planner for fun and interesting ways to take advantage of their weekend, including consumer alerts and cost-cutting tips for weekend shoppers.
On Sundays the broadcast will air the signature show-ender, "Weekend Window to…," each week spotlighting a different hot-spot in America.
Bill Weir and Kate Snow anchor the weekend edition of Good Morning America, while also contributing to the weekday edition.
Ron Claiborne anchors the weekend newscasts and Marysol Castro reports widely on everything from the latest in lifestyle trends to breaking news and entertainment.
The weekend edition of Good Morning America also features other ABC News correspondents, contributors and family members who are familiar to the Good Morning America weekday audiences.
John Green is the executive producer of the weekend edition of Good Morning America.