Sunday, May 19, 2024
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Rob Marciano is no longer with ABC News after a decade-long tenure



The meteorologist’s departure comes months after stepping back from weekend duties on Good Morning America.

Rob Marciano, the long-serving meteorologist familiar to viewers of ABC’s Good Morning America, has parted ways with the network. His departure marks the end of a significant chapter for Marciano, who had been with ABC News for nearly ten years.

While specifics surrounding his exit remain undisclosed, ABC News has opted not to comment on the situation. Efforts to reach Marciano’s representatives for a statement are ongoing.

The news of Marciano’s departure follows his decision seven months ago to step back from his weekend duties on Good Morning America. At that time, Marciano expressed enthusiasm about continuing his work with the network during weekdays and spending more weekends at home. “This month marks the start of my 10th year with ABC News, and I couldn’t be more pumped to continue this journey with all of you,” Marciano shared in an Instagram post last year. He looked forward to contributing across various shows and platforms while enjoying quality time with his children.

Somara Theodore was brought in to fill the weekend meteorologist role as Marciano transitioned to a weekday-focused schedule. Besides his work on Good Morning America, Marciano also made appearances on ABC World News Tonight With David Muir and had previous stints at CNN and Entertainment Tonight.

As the industry reacts to this significant change, many will watch closely to see what future endeavours Marciano undertakes following his impactful tenure at ABC News.


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