Over the past few months, “Good Morning America” and ABC News in general have dealt with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ alleged workplace case and its aftermath. After months of investigation, the leading presenters parted ways with the network and signed exit agreements in January. The dust seems to be slowly settling on this issue, but the iconic morning show is currently dealing with a different situation. Famous meteorologist Rob Marciano was “banned” from the set for reports of inappropriate behavior, and he has still not been allowed to work.
Rob Marciano has not been allowed to attend GMA Time Square Studios since 2022. According to page six, the TV presenter made one of his colleagues feel uncomfortable. The news outlet reports that the company’s human resources department found fault with Marciano because he apparently did something “inappropriate.” The source also reported:
He made people feel uncomfortable. There was a period when there were some problems, a number of disturbing events.
At the time of writing this article, the network has not shared any specific details regarding what allegedly happened between the 54-year-old journalist and another employee. However, insiders claim that at that time the correspondent had anger problems against the background of his divorce from his wife Erin. Another source claims that he was “very moody and angry,” and also behaved “unattractively.” “Good Morning America” executive producer Simon Spink initially suspended him from the air for a month, but after that she still “very carefully” invites him back to the studio. A person with knowledge of Swink added:
She is no frills and very serious. She is focused on work and wants [her employees] to be focused and happy. She is very protective of her team.
Simone Swink is said to ultimately want the studio to be “free of distractions,” and while that may be what any company wants, it’s certainly especially relevant for GMA right now. Amy Robach and T.J. The Holmes situation was allegedly seen as a serious “distraction” within the company and attracted considerable attention to Good Morning America and the parent company Disney. In the end, it got to the point that employees blamed the head of ABC News, Kim Godwin, for the protracted investigation. As for the other consequences, it is obvious that there was discontent among the employees, who reportedly wanted Robach and Holmes to be fired. Since the two paths parted ways with the alphabet network, GMA has washed its hands of the stars, erasing all traces of them.