Nancy Grace was told to keep her venom in house as her main check provider, CNN, has demanded that all its talent stay off the popular morning series Good Morning America.
You see, CNN is trying to rebuild its flagship network as well as its court-focused sister station. Needless to say, Nancy Grace’s high ratings earning segments on ABC aren’t exactly conducive to that goal.
Page Six says:
We’re told CNN chief Jeff Zucker is “banning all CNN and HLN personalities from appearing on ‘GMA.’ A source adds, “The biggest issue is Grace, given her high-rated debates with Dan Abrams over legal issues.” Abrams and Grace sparred over the disappearance of Isabel Celis and the case of former high school teacher and Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones, who was accused of sexually abusing a student. A CNN rep said, “While it is true that Nancy no longer appears on ‘GMA,’ it has nothing to do with banning [particular] clients. Like every other cable network and broadcast outlet with a morning show, we ask that CNN/HLN talent not appear on other network’s morning shows, unless they are promoting a book or a personal project.”
So here’s what you’ll be missing: