The network morning shows all dedicated their first hour to last night’s election, though after that their paths diverged.
NBC’s “Today” covered the Presidential election and the state races from 7-8:20, before returning to do an interview segment on “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II” at 8:23.
ABC’s “Good Morning America” covered the election through 8:30, before going to a story on Kirstie Alley‘s memoir.
“CBS This Morning” has stuck with politics all morning, and affiliates have picked up an extra 10-11 Am hour. The show will also be going live on the west coast with new interviews.
All in all, a politics-centric morning, with a few digressions.
- James Brown on Anchoring 'CBS Evening News': 'I Forgot How All-Encompassing It Is'
- Brian Williams Reports Allison Williams 'Peter Pan' Casting News
- Carney: White House TV Correspondents 'Tend to Play for the Cameras'
- Meredith Vieira on Ann Curry's 'Today' Exit: 'That Was Such a Bad Time'