Charlotte Hawkins on the red carpet at the 2018 National Television Awards. Held at The O2 Arena, this year's winners included Ant & Dec, Suranne Jones and David Walliams among others - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 23rd January 2018
Amid questions about ITV's salaries, did GMB's first episode justify the numbers?
Critics and viewers have flooded the internet with reviews of ITV’s latest breakfast programme, Good Morning Britain. The new show, modeled after the US format Good Morning America, features four hosts and a glass table, all engaged in a lively discussion on the hot topics of the day, with a few interruptions for weather, curiosity stories and, at least in the first edition – a Wheel of Fortune feature, presented by Andi Peters, directly from Kirkgate Market in Leeds. The show also marked former BBC presenter Susanna Reid’s ITV debut. The three other panelists are Ben Shephard, Sean Fletcher and Charlotte Hawkins.
Susanna Reid appeared perfectly at home on ITV.
Mostly, GMB received favorable reviews, with a few reviewers questioning the new format.
Continue reading: "Good Morning Britain" Launches With Big Smiles, And Good Reviews
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