By Coordinator

Sep 2, 2010 12:11pm

The following report highlights the programming of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week of September 6-September 10, 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 6 – The inspiration behind one family’s 18,000 mile bike ride; correspondent Claire Shipman reports on the latest social networking craze “FarmVille” and why women are obsessed with it; Juju Chang describes the preparation involved for her upcoming triathlon

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Consumer correspondent Elisabeth Leamy reports on how your company credit card can destroy your credit score; fashion expert Tim Gunn dishes on the juicy stories from his new book (“Life’s Little Lesson’s to Making it Work”); Vanished—GMA’s new series focusing on the latest developments in missing persons cases, beginning with the disappearance of Susan Powell; correspondent Nick Watt talks to famous physicist Stephen Hawking in his only television interview for his new long-awaited book

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 – Author Terry McMillan circles back with the women from “Waiting to Exhale” fifteen years later in her new sequel (“Getting to Happy”); Vanished—the latest developments in the disappearance of Lindsey Baum; Comedian Steve Martin talks about his new children’s book plus a performance by him and his band

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 The Huffington Post’s Arianna Huffington joins the “Morning Mix” and discusses her new book (“Third World America”); A “Brady Bunch” reunion: several members of the cast reunite live in-studio; Vanished—the latest developments in the disappearance of Asha Degree; parenting expert Ann Pleshette Murphy on the ten web-words parents need to know their children are using

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 Barbara Walters discusses her primetime special about the rare disease progeria; Bono & the Edge live from France to talk about their songs for the Broadway musical “SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark;”  Robin Roberts and Eric Stonestreet from “Modern Family” on the eve of “Stand Up to Cancer;” plus a performance by Reeve Carney from the Broadway musical “SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark”

Jim Murphy is the senior executive producer and Tom Cibrowski is the executive producer of ABC News’ “Good Morning America.”


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