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Michael Strahan and Sara Haines are being tapped to host a third hour of ABC’s Good Morning America this fall.
The new hour of the program, which is expected to air weekdays at 1 p.m., is set to debut in September on the network. A rep for ABC had no comment.
Haines will leave her spot at The View for the gig. Strahan has co-hosted the show since September 2016.
ABC played around with the idea of an afternoon version of its popular morning show as recently as 2012, when Good Afternoon America ran on the network over that summer.
The announcement comes after the network announced earlier this week that Paula Faris will be leaving her roles as weekend co-anchor of Good Morning America and co-host on The View for a new assignment at ABC News.
Page Six first reported the news of Haines’ exit.
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