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Fancasting a Morning News Rivalry: The Today Show vs. Good Morning America | Today

Fancasting a Morning News Rivalry: The Today Show vs. Good Morning America

Originally posted 01/02/2014 07:00AM

Morning news is about to become more dramatic than you ever imagined – and you'll get to watch it all unfold in a new made-for-TV movie.

Lifetime is adapting former New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter’s book, Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, into a television movie.

The book chronicles the fierce rivalry between two flagship morning news programs: ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today. The story focuses on the intrigue surrounding the 2012 ouster of former Today anchor Ann Curry, who left the show when the NBC stalwart began to lose the ratings race to GMA.

With development underway, we can't help but imagine who will play Matt Lauer – let alone Kathie Lee Gifford, Sam Champion or Al Roker. Check out our humble suggestions, starting with the Today show team:

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Why Garth Brooks Is Ending Retirement to Go Back on Tour

Garth Brooks Announces World Tour

Originally posted 12/09/2013 02:00PM

It's official. Garth Brooks is hitting the road once again.

In what is certain to delight millions of his music fans, the country superstar, 51, announced his latest world tour in an appearance Monday on Good Morning America.

"Our baby is a senior in high school. We talked about it, all my babies are fine with it. Miss [Trisha] Yearwood is fine with it. So now I get to do what I love to do, which is play music," Brooks told the show's host Robin Roberts of winning his country-star wife and his three daughters' approval for a return to touring.

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Reporter's Notebook: Behind the Scenes of Amy Robach's First Interview Since her Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Reporter's Notebook: Behind the Scenes of Amy Robach's First Interview Since her Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Originally posted 12/09/2013 08:00PM

The Good Morning America anchor opens up about staying strong for her family in the weeks following her shocking diagnosis

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Amy Robach Returns to GMA Three Weeks After Cancer Surgery

Amy Robach Opens Up About 'Devastating' Moments of Cancer Fight in GMA Return

Originally posted 12/05/2013 12:05PM

Exactly three weeks after her double mastectomy, Amy Robach returned to Good Morning America on Thursday to give thanks and speak candidly about her cancer ordeal.

"I am feeling really good," the 40-year-old mother of two told GMA colleagues Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Josh Elliot. "Physically I feel remarkably well. Mentally, it's another challenge."

Robach's breast-cancer diagnosis came after she took an on-air mammogram for the show's October Pink Initiative. The discovery shocked the correspondent, who has no family history of breast cancer.

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Cover Story First Look: Amy Robach Has 'A Lot to Fight For'

Cover Story First Look: Amy Robach Has 'A Lot to Fight For'

Originally posted 12/04/2013 08:00AM

Amy Robach: Inside Her Breast Cancer Battle

Amy Robach: Inside Her Breast Cancer Battle

Originally posted 12/04/2013 08:00AM

It was, she says, "like a scene out of a movie."

Amy Robach recalls how her heart was pounding as a radiologist asked her if she was prepared to receive the results of a biopsy for breast cancer.

Alone at the time, the 40-year-old Good Morning America correspondent and mother of two young girls called her husband, actor Andrew Shue, who was away on business, and put him on speakerphone.

"Mr. Shue, are you driving?" the doctor asked.

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Amy Robach: I Have a Lotto Fight For

Amy Robach: I Have a Lot
to Fight For

Originally posted 12/04/2013 08:00AM

The ABC anchor opens up about her double mastectomy and positive outlook in this week's PEOPLE

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Sam Champion Leaving GMA for the Weather Channel

Sam Champion Leaving GMA for the Weather Channel

Originally posted 12/02/2013 12:00PM

After seven years as a morning fixture on ABC, Sam Champion will report the weather on Good Morning America for the last time on Wednesday.

But he'll be taking his act elsewhere.

ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced Monday that Champion, 52, "is leaving ABC News for a new opportunity at the Weather Channel. He will become the on-air face of the network, appearing as a host and serving as managing editor. Sam calls it a once in a lifetime opportunity."

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Amy Robach's Cancer Spread, but Prognosis Remains Good

Amy Robach's Cancer Spread, but Prognosis Remains Good

Originally posted 11/22/2013 05:30PM

Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Friday that while her breast cancer prognosis is "good," her doctor found a second, undetected malignancy during surgery last week.

"No MRI, no mammogram, no sonogram had found it," she says in a statement. "My cancer had spread to my sentinel lymph node, but not beyond, so I will have more treatments ahead of me, but none that will take me out of work."

Robach, who still plans to return to the show on Dec. 2, thanked her ABC colleagues.

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Readers Love Jennifer Lawrence's Continued Candid Comments

Jennifer Lawrence's Candid Comments Have Readers Loving the Catching Fire Star

Originally posted 11/16/2013 09:30AM

It was a week of intense laughs and also lows for our PEOPLE readers, from a much-gabbed-about royal hair twirl, to an eye-rolling Euro-twerk – and suspicious pop-star smoke – to the sad news of another celebrity cancer diagnosis.

Here are the five stories that drew the strongest reactions from PEOPLE.com readers this week – those that made you happy, sad, laugh out loud, angry and left you saying "wow."

To register your responses, tell us what you think by clicking on the appropriate icon appearing at the bottom of every story.

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