‘Good Morning America’ (March 1): ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 24 Cast Revealed

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‘Good Morning America’ (March 1): ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 24 Cast Revealed

This season’s exciting new cast of “Dancing with the Stars” will be revealed live this morning exclusively on “Good Morning America.” The competition begins with an all-new cast of celebrities who will be paired up with the show’s pro dancers and brave the dance floor for the very first time.

Each week these celebrities will leave their comfort zones and endure hours of grueling rehearsals to master new dance styles and technical choreography to perform a dance, which will be judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts as well as voted upon by viewers. In the end, only one star will rise above the rest to be crowned champion and win the coveted Mirrorball trophy.

The 24th season of “Dancing with the Stars” will have its season premiere on MONDAY, MARCH 20 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EST).

ABC News’ popular morning program, “Good Morning America,” is anchored by Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. Amy Robach is the News Anchor, Lara Spencer is Co-Anchor and Ginger Zee is the Meteorologist.

Each and every morning “Good Morning America” puts into clear focus the national and international stories that drive the day’s news to help give the ABC audience a better understanding of the world. The program provides in-depth, useful information on a wide variety of topics, including the economy, politics, health and medicine, personal finance, the workplace, education, the environment and entertainment.

In July 2012 “Good Morning America” expanded to mid-day with the launch of “Good Afternoon America” anchored by Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer. The one-hour broadcast aired for nine weeks at 2:00 p.m. ET.

GoodMorningAmerica.com on Yahoo! launched in October 2011 as part of ABC News’ powerful online news and information alliance with Yahoo! It is the #1 morning newscast website and beats MSNBC’s Today by millions of users each month.

“Good Morning America” has been honored with numerous awards, including its sixth consecutive Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Morning Program. It has won the award three out of five years since the category was created.

The program premiered on November 3, 1975 with co-anchors David Hartman and Nancy Dussault. Over the years the broadcast’s anchors have included Sandy Hill, Joan Lunden, Lisa McRee, Kevin Newman, Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer. In 2005, Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts debuted as the first ever female co-anchor team in network morning television.

“Good Morning America” made television history as the first morning program to broadcast live from a moving train as part of ABC’s ambitious “50 States in 50 Days” programming during the 2008 presidential election. “Good Morning America” was also the first television program to broadcast live from the Centers for Disease Control’s command center tracking the H1N1 “swine flu” virus. Other broadcast firsts include live reports from the Pentagon, the FBI’s training facility and new state-of-the-art crime lab in Quantico, VA, and Scotland’s famed Balmoral Castle. Additionally, “Good Morning America” has brought morning television viewers live and exclusive reports from Yemen, the famine zone in Africa, North Korea, Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia.

In addition to Roberts, Stephanopoulos, Robach, Spencer, and Zee, the “Good Morning America” family includes: Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser, Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross, ABC News legal analyst Dan Abrams, Workplace Contributor Tory Johnson, Technology Contributor Becky Worley, and Contributor Cameron Mathison.

Tom Cibrowski is the senior executive producer of ABC’s “Good Morning America.” The Emmy Award-winning morning news program airs live Monday through Friday from 7:00-9:00 a.m. ET on the ABC Television Network.

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SeriesNet.A18-49Viewers
Source: Nielsen Media Research // 04/10/17 - 04/16/17
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EmpireFOX2.988.27 million
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