Good Morning America (1975– )
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Although I previously watched portions of this show almost every morning, I now usually just go right to Fox and Friends so that I can get the real news and both sides of the stories with all of the facts. I feel like most of the news reporting and commentary on Good Morning America is far-left leaning, as for example with George Stephanopoulos and Martha Raddatz and Matthew Dowd and to a certain extent Jonathan Karl.
Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer are very good as the host of this show, and their jokes, while sometimes off-key, are still funny. Sometimes, you can even hear the crew laughing at them during the broadcast.
Emeril has been a great addition as well, and he is always doing something in the 1st floor studio, whether cooking or having a contest, is always interesting. You always see the reporters doing things hands-on, which never is really seen with the other shows. So, in general, if you are watching some other morning show, you should be watching Good Morning, America instead.
Since half of the two hour show is on celebrity news, I delete it after watching the first half of the show, which is one hour. Of that, I probably get 20 minutes of real news, and 40 minutes of ads, etc.
I DO enjoy the weekend show MUCH more. It is only one hour long and gives me more news in that hour than on the two hour show! And I think the people on it are far more entertaining than on the weekday show. They have much less wasted time on ads and entertainment news, too! Two thumbs up for them!