On Gear Live: Apple Changes the Mac Forever, iOS 14, and more w/ Guest Mark Gurman!

VIDEO: Diane Sawyer Says Goodbye to GMA

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: ABC, News, Video,

After nearly 11 years of waking up at ungodly hours, said goodbye to the viewers of Good Morning America this morning.

Sawyer’s final day on the job came with a number of tributes - some funny, some more emotional - and a recap of her memorable stories. Meanwhile, , who is leaving the program to cohost 20/20, handed over his newsreader reins to Juju Chang and watched George Stephanopoulos introduce himself as the new coanchor.

“I’m going to take the advice of that immortal philosopher Dr. Seuss, who said, ‘Don’t cry because it happened, smile because it happened,’” Diane said. “And this morning I am beaming at all of you. My heart is smiling and the privilege of sharing my mornings with all of you has been more than I can say.”

You can watch the late night comedians say goodbye to the “queen of morning television” after the jump.

Click to continue reading VIDEO: Diane Sawyer Says Goodbye to GMA

Read More | E! Online


Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson Both Announce Exit Dates

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: ABC, News,

Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer

UPDATE: It’s now being reported that Cuomo may be the new co-host of 20/20. Juju Chang would then replace Chris on GMA.

Within the next few weeks, viewers will see changes on ABC’s midseason schedule and in their news department.

It was just announced today that Diane Sawyer will officially be leaving Good Morning America at the end of the week. Diane’s exit will give her just over a week to transition to her new post at World News Tonight. She will begin on Dec. 21, just three days after Charles Gibson signs off from that chair.

Although it’s been widely rumored that George Stephanopoulos will become the new GMA anchor, it’s unknown whether ABC’s chief Washington correspondent and This Week host will accept the offer. Meanwhile, Chris Cuomo has denied that he will be leaving the network if he doesn’t receive the promotion.

Read More | Hollywood Reporter