ABC morale at all-time low amid T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach inquiry

ABC morale at all-time low amid T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach inquiry

Enough is sufficient.

ABC’s ongoing investigation of “GMA3” hosts T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach remains a big distraction in their Upper West Side offices on 66th Street and at Times Square Studios, where they film their midday show.

Insiders are reportedly losing patience with news director Kim Godwin’s handling of the heated situation.

“It has been two months! A two-month tabloid frenzy has occurred. One insider informed Page Six that the location is not in a favorable position.

“It is impacting morale more than talent. People in the ranks are responsible for keeping the lights on. They stated, “morale is at an all-time low.”

The affair had become too much of a “internal and external distraction,” she explained in an email, prompting ABC News president Godwin to pull the couple off the air in December.

Now that the new year has begun, it has been over two months since the scandalous couple has been able to welcome fans to “GMA3” in the afternoons. Multiple sources told Page Six that all indications indicate they will not return to the air.

According to an insider, the reputation of Disney, the parent corporation of ABC, is at risk. “The affair is one thing, but you can’t be credible when you’re the news — that’s the challenge.”

According to a third source, employees are still perplexed when Godwin allowed them to go on air without addressing the problem, but then pulled them off the air and wrote an email stating that the affair was not a “violation of company policy.”

“Why tell folks they done nothing wrong and then remove them from the air? It makes no sense. “Her inconsistent behavior is the only consistent aspect of her character,” they said.

According to the first insider, Godwin’s “lack of decisiveness” prolonged the drama. In fact, according to our sources, the situation is so unorganized that newly hired anchor DeMarco Morgan was essentially caught off guard when he flew from Los Angeles across the country to stand in for Holmes during the probe.

“They flew him in the middle of the night to host the following day, and he had no idea what he was coming for!” they alleged.

However, not everyone is furious with ABC executives about the situation. A fourth individual stated plainly, “It stinks, but these things take time.”

Even more optimistically, they stated that “people are committed to their work.” They are performing their duties competently. We still rank first. We’re dominating!” (It appears that the “crush” is the issue, if anything).

As of Friday, ABC had not made a decision regarding Holmes’ and Robach’s employment, but our fourth source is optimistic that a decision would be made in “a couple of weeks at the most!” “It must be,” they declared.

Meanwhile, employees will stock up on popcorn in anticipation of the next scandalous installment.

Reps did not comment.


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