GMA3: What You Need to Know has announced their guest list for the week of May 3rd-7th. Among those joining for a virtual visit are actors, authors, public figures and more who will discuss current projects, and some of the popular topics facing our nation.

Amy Tan, Emmanuel Acho, Cindy McCain

Amy Tan, Emmanuel Acho, Cindy McCain

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 actors, politicians, and more.
  • 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 May 3-7:

  • Monday, May 3
    • LeRonne Armstrong (Oakland Police Department Chief)
    • Amy Tan (Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir)
    • Dr. Anne Chapas (Skincare tips)
    • Dominique Jackson (Pose)
  • Tuesday, May 4
    • Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.)
    • Emmanuel Acho (Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy)
    • Nasim Pedrad (Chad)
    • Cooking with Chef Dale Talde
  • Wednesday, May 5
    • Meisha Porter (Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education)
    • Cindy McCain (Stronger)
  • Thursday, May 6
    • Dr. Ernest Grant (President of the American Nurses Association)
    • DeVon Franklin (Live Free)
    • Patric Richardson (The Laundry Guy)
    • Alex Honnold (Climbing Gold)
  • Friday, May 7
    • Ret. Maj. Gen. Cedric Wins (Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute)
    • Arica Himmel (Mixed-ish)
    • Pastor Francis Chan

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.