The following report highlights the programming of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week of September 20-24, 2010.
“Good Morning America” is a two-hour, live program anchored by Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. Juju Chang is the news anchor and Sam Champion is the weather anchor. The morning news program airs MONDAY-FRIDAY (7:00-9:00 a.m., EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
Highlights of the week include:
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 – “GMA” contributor Cameron Mathison goes behind the scenes of “Dancing with the Stars”; Sofia Vergara dishes on “Modern Family’s” upcoming season; actress Sigourney Weaver discusses her new movie (Disney’s “You Again”)
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21– An exclusive interview with former President Bill Clinton; “GMA’s” three-part series titled “Islam in America” begins with Robin Roberts; “GMA” sits down with cast members of the 80’s classic “The Breakfast Club” on the movie’s 25th anniversary; talk show host Rachael Ray on Sunday cooking that lasts all week; actor Michael Imperioli on the premiere of “Detroit 1-8-7”; a performance by country singer Randy Houser
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – “Islam in America” continues with Bianna Golodryga and a look at what it’s like to be Muslim in America; director Davis Guggenheim on his new movie about the current crisis in the U.S. education system (“Waiting for Superman”); part two of the “The Breakfast Club” reunion; Juju Chang explores whether hypnosis can replace weight loss surgery; the “Dancing with the Stars” couple voted off from Tuesday night; a performance by legendary singer Tom Jones
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 –“Islam in America” concludes with a roundtable discussion of both American and Muslim teenagers; teen sensation Selena Gomez performs live in-studio
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 – George Stephanopoulos sits down with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin to discuss his highly-anticipated new movie (“The Social Network”); “Desperate Housewives” newcomer Vanessa Williams live in studio; a performance by John Legend & The Roots; workplace contributor Tory Johnson explains the most common mistakes to avoid when applying for your next job
Jim Murphy is the senior executive producer and Tom Cibrowski is the executive producer of ABC News’ “Good Morning America.”