Fans of Good Morning America (GMA) know that this fall, the show will add a 3rd hour of programing to replace The Chew. This morning, ABC announced the name of the programing block and who will be hosting the additional hour.

 

What’s happening:

  • GMA will extend it’s current daily programing by one hour starting on September 10th.
  • The new block will be called GMA Day and will be hosted by Micael Strahan and Sara Haines
  • GMA Day will begin at 1 pm Eastern time and 12 pm Central and Pacific times.
  • Haines will leave her current position on The View to take on this new role.
  • Strahan also hosts GMA during the morning blocks with Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Ginger Zee.
  • Fans of Strahan can watch as he hosts ABC’s summer classic game show, The $100,000 PyramidPyramid airs on Sunday nights at 9pm Eastern.

What they’re saying:

Both Strahan and Haines took to Twitter and Instagram to share their news with fans.

  • Strahan: “Tell your friends, tell your family, tell the whole town, shout it from the rooftops! Starting September 10th @sarahaines and I will be hosting the 3rd hour of @GMA!”
  • Haines: “Ahhhhhhhh!! Not even sure I can find the words to adequately express how excited I am to sit next to @michaelstrahan as we embark on this new journey at @GMA #GMADay…it is (and has been) a dream of mine for a LONG time. It’s bittersweet though as I leave @theviewabc, a place I have called home for the past couple years. A huge thank you to all the viewers and fans who have followed me along the way. I LOVE my View family, but don’t worry, my brand new *view* is literally down the street.”


GMA Day will debut on Monday, September 10th at 1pm.

 
 

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