George Stephanopoulos, Sky and Lara Spencer
This week, The Walking Dead celebrated its return by playing a zombie prank on unsuspecting New Yorkers, and Stephen Colbert sent Buddy Cole to investigate anti-gay laws at the Sochi Olympics. Courtney Love launched her own web series, and Rainn Wilson's Soul Pancake YouTube channel premiered a TV-length sitcom. Also, Kevin Hart and Ellen DeGeneres played a game of "Giant Jenga." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Amanda Knox told Good Morning America that she "couldn't believe what I was hearing" on Thursday when she watched an Italian court declare her guilty of murder a second time.
"It really hit me like a train," Knox said of the verdict and 28-year prison sentence. "I did not expect this to happen. I really expected so much better from the Italian justice system. They found me innocent once before."
Knox already spent four years in an Italian prison for the murder of her English roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007. She was freed in 2011 after an appeals court threw out the conviction, but Italy's supreme court ordered the case be retried. On Thursday, the court found Knox guilty and sentenced her to 28 years and six months in prison.
Amy Robach isn't letting breast cancer take over her life completely.
The ABC News correspondent, who is undergoing chemotherapy, said on Good Morning America Wednesday that she decided to cut her hair once she noticed it was starting to fall out.
A week after coming out on Facebook, Robin Roberts talked about her girlfriend on air for the first time.
"I have never been happier or healthier than I am right now and my year-end post was just full of gratitude and just telling everyone all that I'm grateful for, including my girlfriend Amber who really loved me through a difficult year," the Good Morning America anchor said on Monday's show.
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The news that Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts is gay (acknowledged via a post on her Facebook page Sunday) may be a surprise to some of the show's viewers, but her relationship with girlfriend Amber Laign has been an open secret inside ABC News for years.
"We love Robin and Amber, who we adore and have all known for a long time," said one executive. "We were touched by her Facebook message today and so thankful for the loving support she has in her life."
Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts came out via a reflective year-end Facebook post over the weekend, revealing a relationship with her "longtime girlfriend." In the post, Roberts writes: "I am grateful for my entire family, my long time girlfriend, Amber, and friends as we prepare to celebrate a glorious new year together."
Katy Perry and John Mayer
Over the course of their year-and-a-half-long relationship, John Mayer and Katy Perry have largely kept their romance under wraps and out of the spotlight. But not anymore!
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The morning show wars may soon be heading to Lifetime. The cable network is looking at adapting Top of the Morning, based on the book of the same name by former New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, into a two-hour TV movie.
The book follows the cutthroat world of morning TV, where ABC's Good Morning America has recently surged while NBC's Today has stumbles in the wake of several missteps — in particular, the messy departure of co-anchor Ann Curry. Also likely to be addressed: GMA anchor Robin Roberts' battle with cancer and triumphant return to the show.
Good Morning America's Sam Champion is leaving ABC to be the managing editor and "on-air face" of The Weather Channel, ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced Monday. Ginger Zee will take over Champion's duties at ABC.
John F. Kennedy
Friday marks the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas, and both broadcast and cable networks are featuring special programming tied to the national tragedy. Here's a complete roundup of how you can catch daily coverage of the anniversary on TV, though many networks are offering supplemental coverage online as well.