NEW YORK (AP) -- Viewers will see two familiar faces when "Good Morning America" launches its third hour.
ABC News on Monday announced Michael Strahan and Sara Haines will co-host "GMA Day." The show is set to premiere at 1 p.m. EDT on Sept. 10.
After a successful career in the National Football League, Strahan left "Live! With Kelly and Michael" in 2016 to join "GMA" fulltime as a co-host.
Haines has been a co-host on "The View" since 2016.
"GMA Day" replaces the food-themed program "The Chew."