Good Morning America
Good Morning America may have topped Today in the ratings for much of 2013, but NBC's morning show wasn't going to let the year end without sticking it to the new No. 1 morning show. Today earned its first weekly win since July 8 among adults 25-54, the week of December 16, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, Deadline is speculating whether GMA's loss to Today can be attributed to GMA's visit to the Vatican. If that was the case, maybe GMA didn't say enough Hail Marys? ABC's morning show still beat Today in total viewers.
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“Over a month ago, they quietly inked a new, long-term, very high seven-figure deal with Robin that will keep [her] at the company for years to come . . . it was a friendly negotiation,” said an insider. “Robin’s been [at ABC News] for over 20 years . . . and will be a leader there for a very long time to come.”
Teary on-air exits. Behind-the-scenes power plays. An iconic brand being dethroned by a glossy rival. No, this isn't a list of plots from one of the soap operas we cover; it's a summation of the war between NBC's Today and ABC's Good Morning America — a war set to get its own Lifetime movie! READ MORE
Country superstar Garth Brooks spilled the beans when he stopped by Good Morning America. He’s embarking a new world tour in 2014!
An excited Brooks revealed to Robin Roberts he was returning to the music scene, now that his youngest was on the verge of leaving the nest. He previously announced retirement in 2000 to raise a family with wife Trisha Yearwood.
Watch the clip below to get the details!