‘GMA’ using cityscape look for one-on-one interviews

ABC’sGood Morning America” is using a new setup for one-on-one in-studio interviews.

The setup, which was used on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018’s edition, uses the corner of the broadcast’s Times Square studios where two video walls meet at a right angle. 

For the interview with former “Cosby Show” Geoffrey Owens star, the show used a blurred New York City skyline with a red, orange blue glow, while Owens and anchor Robin Roberts sat opposite each other on either side of a glass-topped table. 

Repeating “Good Morning America” typographic panels in the corner and left side of the design break up the look.

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