“GMA3” Guest List: Dr. Bernice King, Mayor Aja Brown and More to Appear Week of February 1st

GMA3: What You Need to Know has announced their guest list for the week of February 1st-5th. Among those joining for a virtual visit are doctors, actors, authors, and politicians who will discuss current projects, and some of the popular topics facing our nation.  

Dr. Bernice King; Kristen Willeumier, Marielena Hincapié, Aja Brown

Dr. Bernice King; Kristen Willeumier, Marielena Hincapié, Aja Brown

What’s Happening:

  • Every afternoon, ABC’s newest news program, GMA3: What You Need to Know provides audiences with the latest national health reports, inspiring stories of triumph and sometimes a bit of fun.
  • The network has shared their guests list for the upcoming week which features doctors, authors, and celebrities.
  • The program is anchored by Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes. They are joined by chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton who provides the latest updates on the pandemic, and answers a variety of health questions submitted by viewers.
  • GMA3: What You Need to Know airs Monday-Friday 1:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm CT on ABC, and 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm ET on ABC News Live.

GMA3 Guests for the Week of February 1-5:                                        

  • Monday, February 1
    • Dr. Bernice A. King (CEO of The King Center)
    • Kristen Willeumier (Biohack Your Brain)
    • Ilyasah Shabazz (The Awakening of Malcolm X)
    • Lenny Kravitz
  • Tuesday, February 2
    • Ethan Kross (Chatter)
    • Olivia Cooke (Little Fish)
    • Cooking with Chef Hugh Mangum
    • Marielena Hincapié (ED National Immigration Law Center)
  • Wednesday, February 3
    • Aja Brown (Mayor of Compton)
    • Bill Lester (Winning in Reverse)
    • Taye Diggs (All American)
  • Thursday, February 4
    • April Verrett (Pres. SEIU Local 2015)
    • Amy Brenneman (Tell Me Your Secrets)
    • Debbie Allen
  • Friday, February 5
    • Bishop Ezekiel Williams (Voices of Fire)

GMA3: What You Need to Know is a one-hour program co-anchored by Amy Robach, T.J. Holmes with Dr. Jennifer Ashton as chief medical correspondent.