ABC announces new ‘GMA3’ co-anchors following Amy Robach, T.J. Holmes affair scandal

ABC has announced new co-anchors for its morning news program “GMA3” following the scandal involving former co-anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes. The new co-anchors are Janai Norman and John Quiñones, both of whom have extensive experience in journalism.

Janai Norman has been with ABC News since 2016 and has worked as an anchor and correspondent for various programs, including “World News Now,” “America This Morning,” and “Good Morning America.” She also covered the 2020 presidential election and the COVID-19 pandemic for the network.

John Quiñones is a veteran journalist who has been with ABC News for over 40 years. He is best known for his work as a correspondent for “20/20” and as the host of the network’s hidden camera show “What Would You Do?” Quiñones has received numerous awards for his reporting, including seven Emmy Awards.

The announcement comes after former “GMA3” co-anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes were embroiled in a scandal involving an extramarital affair. Robach, who was also a co-anchor on “Good Morning America,” was caught on a hot mic in 2019 expressing frustration over the network’s decision not to air her interview with Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre. Holmes, who joined “GMA3” in 2020, was reportedly involved in a romantic relationship with Robach.

ABC News released a statement at the time stating that the network “takes allegations of workplace harassment very seriously” and that they would be conducting an investigation into the matter. Following the investigation, Robach and Holmes were both removed from their positions as co-anchors of “GMA3.”

The addition of Norman and Quiñones as co-anchors is part of ABC’s effort to move forward from the scandal and continue to provide viewers with reliable and trustworthy news coverage. “GMA3” airs weekdays at 1 p.m. EST on ABC.

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