Pictured: T. J. Holmes and Amy Robach co-anchoring “GMA3: What You Need to Know” on Sept. 23, 2022, on ABC. ABC/Heidi Gutman


  • ABC has not made any decision yet regarding Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes' status at "GMA3"
  • The rumored couple is allegedly negotating their exit deals with ABC
  • Their names continue to appear on the program despite their hiatus

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes' fate as hosts of the third hour of "Good Morning America" has not yet been decided despite reports that they were fired amid their affair scandal.

Us Weekly reported Friday, citing an unnamed source, that the "GMA3: What You Need to Know" co-hosts would no longer be returning to the morning television program following their hiatus.

"Amy and T.J. are out, a decision has been made. The network is negotiating with them on their exit deals and an announcement," the unnamed insider claimed.

ABC pulled Robach and Holmes off the air last month pending an internal investigation amid rumors of their relationship.

The married co-hosts made headlines after photos of them canoodling leaked in November 2022. They were forced to go on a hiatus amid the scandal, but their names still appear in the opening credits of the show.

But an ABC spokesperson told E! News that there is no truth to the report that Robach and Holmes have been fired. The network source said that ABC has not made any decision at this time.

Entertainment Tonight also learned from an unnamed source that Robach and Holmes have not been "terminated" from the program.

The entertainment news outlet's tipster maintained that the co-anchors are still employed at ABC, but they have decided to hire lawyers amid the investigation into their relationship.

"There is an ongoing investigation, and that's what you do when that happens," said the insider.

The outlet noted that ABC News president Kim Godwin previously said that Robach and Holmes "haven't violated any company guidelines."

Nevertheless, the same source acknowledged the possibility that the pair would no longer come back to the show because "the longer this process takes, the more likely they won't return to" their jobs.

Meanwhile, TMZ has revealed the identities of the lawyers the rumored couple hired in the aftermath of the controversy. Robach reportedly hired Andrew Brettler, one of the best civil lawyers in Hollywood, while Holmes hired Eric George, a lawyer known for handling various celebrity cases.

TMZ learned that the network could pay enormous damages if the reputations and careers of the journalists are ruined as a result of the disciplinary action imposed on them.

Earlier in the week, an unnamed insider claimed to Us Weekly Robach no longer cares if she loses her job because she's so in love with Holmes. The pair allegedly no longer consider their relationship a "fling" after realizing they "are seriously in love" with each other.

Robach and Holmes are both married but are reportedly in the process of divorcing their respective estranged spouses. She is with actor Andrew Shue, while he is married to lawyer Marilee Fiebig.

Ginger Zee, Elle King, Amy Robach, and Sara Haines on "Good Morning America"
From left: Ginger Zee, Elle King, Amy Robach, and Sara Haines on are pictured on "Good Morning America." ABC/Ida Mae Astute