President-elect Barack Obama is making another pit stop on his road to the White House.
A little more than a week after Obama and his wife Michelle were interviewed for 60 Minutes, the future President and First Lady will sit down with ABC News' Barbara Walters, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The interview will air as a one-hour special Wednesday, Nov. 26 at 10 pm/ET.
ABC is probably hoping to pull in some of the big numbers that the Obamas brought to 60 Minutes, especially since the show comes on the heels of Obama naming his economic team. The country's financial state will no doubt be a topic of conversation, as will foreign policy and the family's transition to the White House.
Walters will interview the Obamas in Chicago, and parts of the interview will also air on Good Morning America, World News Tonight and Nightline.