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Storyline

From the 60's to the 90's, the three major networks were, for the most part, the only source for national and international news. ABC News, anchored by Peter Jennings, regularly presented viewers with both news briefs and in-depth coverage of top events, ranging from human interest stories to the numerous crises that occurred around the world.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 7, 1953

Also Known As: ABC Evening News, ABCワールド・ニュース |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: ABC News, ABC Television

Cast

Ginger Zee
as Self - Meteorologist/Self - Chief Meteorologist
Rita Sands
as Self - Correspondent
Stephanie Sy
as Self - Correspondent
John Palfrey
as Self - Berkman Center for Internet & Society
Amy Seavers
as Self - Parent
Jim Silver
as Self - 'Toy Wishes' Magazine
Amy Walter
as Self - ABC News Political Director
John Donvan
as Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Reporter
Sarah Palin
as Self
Sam Ross
as Self - Veteran
David Wright
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Clarissa Ward
as Self - Correspondent
Kimberly Launier
as Self
Nick Schifrin
as Self - Correspondent/Self
Brad Garrett
as Self - Consultant/Self - Correspondent
Hyun-Mi Choi
as Self
Terri J. Odom
as Self - Protect Our Defenders
Yunji De Nies
as Self - Correspondent
Betsy Stark
as Self - Correspondent
Vincent Cannistraro
as Self/Self - Consultant
Jeffrey Canada
as Self - School Violence Expert
Kirsten Gillibrand
as Self - New York Senator/Self - U.S. Senator
Yuval David
as Self (2014)
Elizabeth Vargas
as Self - Co-Anchor/Self - Anchor/Self - Substitute Anchor
Frank Reynolds
as Self - Anchor
Antonio Mora
Jordan Schwikert
as Self
Cynthia Shapiro
as Self - Career Expert
Tony Cordesman
as Self
Pamela Eisenbaum
as Self - Author
Meggen Wilson
as Self - Mother
John Astin
as Self - The Person of the Week
Pepper Slone
as Self - Kim Davis Supporter
Alex Perez
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Howard Bragman
as Self - News Consultant
Hilary Brown
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Reporter
George Casey
as Self - Iraq Commanding General
Martha Raddatz
as Self - Chief Global Affairs Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent/Self/Self - Reporter/Self - ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent/Self - Senior National Security Correspondent
Sajjan Gohel
as Self/Self - Asia-Pacific Foundation
Jeff Beatty
as Self - Security Consultant
Betty Liu
as Self - Contributor
Jennifer Athay
as Self - American Pharmacist Association
Gina Rodriguez
as Self
Ari Fleischer
as Self
Kyle Newman
as Self
Phillip Bloch
as Self - Stylist
Karla Jean Davis
as Self - Correspondent
Alexis Wasik
as Self - Student
John Berman
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Nancy Lieberman
as Self
Tom Llamas
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Substitute Anchor/Self - ABC News Chief National Correspondent/Self - ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent/Self - Sunday Anchor/Substitute Anchor
Jim McConville
as Self
Robert J. Thompson
as Self
Lori Randolph
as Self
Bob Woodruff
as Self - Correspondent
Calvin O. Butts III
as Self - Abyssinian Baptist Church
Patrick John Hughes
as Self - Father
Nick Watt
as Self - Correspondent/Self
Marisa Randazzo
as Self - Former Chief Psychologist, U.S. Secret Service
Bill Weir
as Self - Correspondent
Bill Nye
as Self - 'The Science Guy'
Andrea McCarren
as Self - Correspondent
Peter Lance
as Self - Investigative Correspondent (1985-1987)
Motti Tamam
as Self - Surviving Brother
Stephanie Ramos-Tomeoni
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Daniel Senor
as Self - Coalition Provisional Authority Spokesman
Zalmay Khalilzad
as Self - US ambassador to Iraq
Bazi Kanani
as Self - Correspondent
Randall Pinkston
as Self - Correspondent
William J. Bratton
as Self/Self - Chief, LAPD
Jake Tapper
as Self - Senior White House Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - Substitute Co-Anchor
George Stephanopoulos
as Self - Chief Political Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - Substitute Anchor/Self - Substitute Co-Anchor/Self - Anchor/Self - Chief Political Analyst
Terry McCarthy
as Self - Correspondent
Phillip Mena
as Self - Correspondent
Christopher Smith
as Self - Representative, New Jersey
Mike Von Fremd
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Ella Seaver
as Self - Survivor
Bal Rajagopalan
as Self -
Dale Oprandy
as The Great Oprandy
Ray Gandolf
as Self - Reporter
Darren Rovell
as Self - Business Contributor/Self - Business Correspondent
John Miller
as Self - Correspondent
Brent Bozell
as Self - Parents Television Council
Nan Wood Graham
as Self
Sumit Ganguly
as Self
Simon McGregor-Wood
as Self - Middle East Correspondent
Micky Ward
as Self
Ted Koppel
as Self - Reporter
Brit Hume
as Self - Washington Correspondent (1976-1989), Chief White House Correspondent (1989-1996)
Charles Gibson
as Self - Anchor/Self/Anchor
Ann Beeson
as Self - ACLU
Jack Keane
as Self - Former Vice Chief of Staff US Army
Chris Cuomo
as Self - Chief Legal Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Chief Law and Justice Correspondent
Darrin Mortenson
as Self - North County Times, California
Jim Avila
as Self - Senior National Affairs Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - Senior National Correspondent/Self - Senior Law and Justice Correspondent/Self - White House Correspondent
Brian Ross
as Self - Chief Investigative Correspondent/Self - Correspondent
Bob Woodward
as Self
John Gonsalves
as Self - Homes for Our Troops
Lisa Ling
as Self - Correspondent
Alex Marquardt
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Correspondend
Erielle Reshef
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Tom Foreman
as Self - Correspondent
Rod Blagojevich
as Self
Brenda Lebinski
as Self - Mother of Third Grader
Indra Petersons
as Self - Meteorologist
Kayna Whitworth
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Jeremy Hubbard
as Self - Correspondent
Douglas Vakoch
as Self
Brent Glass
as Self
Edward Conard
as Self - bestselling author
Bob Jamieson
as Self
David Muir
as Self - Anchor/Self - Correspondent/Self - Weekend Anchor/Self - Substitute Anchor/Substitute Anchor
Abbie Boudreau
as Self - Correspondent
John Martin
as Self - Correspondent
Lloyd Heflin
as Self
Wesley Clark
as Self
Steve Aveson
as Self - Correspondent
Jeff Zeleny
as Self - Senior Washington Correspondent
Gloria Riviera
as Self - Correspondent
Cecily Tynan
as Self - WPVI-TV Chief Meteorologist
Kelly Cobiella
as Self - Correspondent
John Yang
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Alligator Annie
as Self
Jack Hynes
as Self - Reporter
Veronica Plata
as Kid at the beach
Tom Rinaldi
as Self - ESPN College Football Correspondent
Lori Martin
as Self
Donald Rumsfeld
as Self
Bill Blakemore
as Self - Reporter
Mark Greenblatt
as Self - Correspondent
Carole Simpson
as Self - Anchor/Self
Mirai Nagasu
as Self
John Daly
as Self - Anchor/Self - commentator
Jack Cloonan
as Self - Counterterrorism Expert
Adrienne Bankert
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Nick Griemsmann
as Self
Mark Kelly
as Self
Cokie Roberts
as Self - Political Analyst
Kate Snow
as Self
Jackie Speier
as Self - Member of Congress
Bob Zelnick
as Self - Reporter
Sharyn Alfonsi
as Self - Correspondent
Lisa Salters
as Self - Correspondent
Avrom Honig
as Self
Rebecca Jarvis
as Self - Chief Business and Economics Correspondent
Sheila MacVicar
as Correspondent
Rebecca Johnson-Stone
as Self - Protect Our Defenders
Dolly Parton
as Self - Person of the Week
Sonya Rose Atkinson
as Self - Spokesmodel
Barbara Walters
as Self - Co-Anchor
Marcus Moore
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Michael Thun
as Self - American Cancer Society
Caitlin Tefft
as Self - Former Student
Judd Rose
as Self - Reporter
Rich Bokides
as Self
Barack Obama
as Self - President
Christiane Amanpour
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Global Affairs Anchor/Self/Self - Contributor
Josh Elliott
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Anchor/Self - Substitute Anchor
Reena Ninan
as Self - Correspondent
Steve Osunsami
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Ben Witherington
as Self - Author
Randi Zuckerberg
as Self
Brandi Hitt
as Self - Correspondent
Rob Marciano
as Self - Senior Meteorologist/Self - ABC News Senior Meteorologist
Robert Weiss
as Self - Monsignor, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
Barbara Corcoran
as Self
Sam Champion
as Self - Weather Editor
Robin Roberts
as Self
Grae Drake
as Self - Movie Critic
Deborah Amos
as Self - Correspondent
John Reed
as Self
Mark Lund
as Self
Cathy Benko
as Self - Deloitte Women's Initiative
Barbara Frey
as Self - Newton Realtor
Aaron Brown
as Self - Anchor
Sam Donaldson
as Self - Chief White House Correspondent (1977-1989)
Bill Redeker
as Self - Correspondent
Sharonne Hayes
as Self - Mayo Clinic
John Cochran
as Self - Correspondent
Bernie Sanders
as Self
Lori Mosca
as Self - New York Presbyterian Hospital
Marlo Thomas
as Self - Person of the Week
Chris Mortensen
as Self - ESPN Senior NFL Analyst
Peter Jennings
as Self - Anchor/Self - anchor/Self/Self - Lead Anchor
John Boehner
as Self - Speaker of the House of Representatives
Harry Nilsson
as Self (segment 'March Of Dimes Walkathon')
Stacey Thompson
as Self - U.S. Marine Corps
Richard Haass
as Self
William Nash
as Self - Council on Foreign Relations/Self - Retired Major General
Shoshawna Johnson
as Self
Gio Benitez
as Self - Correspondent
Juan Cole
as Self - Historian University of Michigan
Leslie Aaholm
as Self
Deborah Roberts
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Walter Rodgers
as Self - Reporter
Rebecca Chulew
as Mystery Shopper
Dom Faussette
as Self
Connie Chung
as Self - Substitute anchor (1998-2002)
Ryan Owens
as Self - Correspondent
Kirit Radia
as Self - Correspondent
Jun Heo
as Self
JuJu Chang
as Self - Correspondent
William B. Caldwell
as Self - Iraq Spokesman
Richard Esposito
as Self
Sam Saboura
as Self - Style Expert
John Lennon
as Self (segment 'March Of Dimes Walkathon')
Robert Schoenhut
as Self - Reporter
Kenneth Trump
as Self - School Safety Expert
Sidney Wolfe
as Self - Public Citizen
Becky Worley
as Self - Technology Contributor
Paul McNeil
as Self - U.N. Logistics Officer
Eva Pilgrim
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Jim Wooten
as Self - Correspondent
Rebecca Chase
as Self - Correspondent
Derek Raghavan
as Self - Cleveland Clinic
Irene Rubaum-Keller
as Self
Uri Rehany
as Self - Nahariyah Hospital Eye Surgeon
John Quiñones
as Self - Correspondent
Tom Jarriel
as Self - Correspondent/Substitute Anchor
Andrea Naversen
as Self - Reporter
Aditi Roy
as Self - Correspondent
Dan Abrams
as Self - Chief Legal Affairs Anchor/Self - Legal Analyst
Rick Klein
as Self - Senior Washington Editor
Linsey Davis
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Max Robinson
as Self - Co-anchor (1978-1983)
Forrest Sawyer
as Self - Anchor
Lisa Stark
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Aviation Correspondent
Don Dahler
as Self - Correspondent
Joe Davis
as Self
Team Trakr
Jenny Manley
as Self - Republican Senate Staffer
Liz Cho
as Self - Correspondent
Anissa Ayala
as Self
Kofi Annan
as Self
Diane Sawyer
as Self - Anchor/Self/Self - Co-Anchor
Norman Larson
as Self - Retired Sailor, USS Cole
Jennifer Stefano
as Self
Michael Plata
as Mystery Shopper
Robert Nixon
as Self
Barbara Pinto
as Self - Correspondent
Kim Davis
as Self
Jason Nicholas
as Self - WEWS-TV Meteorologist
Mary Bruce
as Self - Congressional Correspondent/Self - Senior Congressional Correspondent/Self - Congressional Corresponden/Self - Correspondent
Muhammad Lila
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Digital Correspondent
Peter King
as Self - Representative, New York
John Kiriakou
as Self
Jack Smith
as Self - correspondent
Tanya Rivero
as Self - Correspondent
Anne Erni
as Self - Lehman Brothers
Rebecca Carnes
as Self - Anchor
Judy Muller
as Self - Correspondent
Stewart Zamudio
as Self
Freeman Dyson
as Self
David Kerley
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Senior Transportation Correspondent/Self - Senior Transportation Correspondent
Wolfgang Halbig
as Self/Self - Anchor
Vita Calla
as Self - Restaurant Owner
Joseph Giacalone
as Self - Retired NYPD Sergeant
Bernard Shaw
as Self - Capitol Hill Correspondent (1977-1980)
John McKenzie
as Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Reporter
Robin Scheman
as Self - Wall Street Mother
Maggie Rulli
as Self - ABC News Foreign Correspondent
Richard Besser
as Self - Chief Health and Medical Editor/Self - Senior Health and Medical Editor
Susan Saulny
as Self - Correspondent
Ishael Zayer
as Self - Editor, 'Al Sabah'
Clayton Sandell
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Billie Jean King
as Self
Peter Shann Ford
as Self - Control Bionics
Robert Gates
as Self
Mark Litke
as Self - Correspondent
Amy Robach
as Self - Correspondent
Willie Horton
as Self
Parry Aftab
as Self - Wired Safety Director
Brad Tefft
as Self - Parent of Former Student
Jeff Krusinski
as Self - Sexual Assault Suspect
Aimee Mullins
as Self
Jon Frankel
as Self - Anchor
Robert Barreto
as Self - Miami Chief of Police
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph
as Abby Cadabby
Jim Sciutto
as Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Senior Foreign Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Richard Greenfield
as Self - Pali Research Media Analyst
J. Paul Vance
as Self - Connecticut State Police
David Swanson
as Self - Knight Ridder Tribune Photo Service
Jeffrey Miller
as Self - Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner
Raymond W. Kelly
as Self
Howard K. Smith
as Self - Commentary/Self
Anna Mae He
as Self
Gibby Brand
as Self
Richard Wilford
as Self - Parent
Dennis Hastert
as Self - Speaker of the House
Muqtada al-Sadr
as Self
Shoshana November
as Self
Matt Gutman
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Senior National Correspondent/Self - ABC News Chief National Correspondent/Self - ABC News Senior National Correspondent
Ron Claiborne
as Self - Correspondent
Victor Oquendo
as Self - ABC News Correspondent/Self - Correspondent
Mara Schiavocampo
as Self - Correspondent
Jeffrey Kofman
as Self - Correspondent
Marissa Ayala
as Self
Jeffrey Toobin
Dan Harris
as Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Anchor/Self - Reporter/Self - Substitute Weekend Anchor
Catherine Crier
as Self - Substitute Anchor (1993-1996)
Harry Reasoner
as Self - News Anchor/Self
Akiko Fujita
as Self - Correspondent
Elisabeth Leamy
as Leamy, Elisabeth/Self - Consumer Correspondent
Hussam Abdo
as Self
Abdel-Aziz Rantissi
as Self
Joanna Pacitti
as Self
Crystal Fambrini
Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja
as Self
T.J. Winick
as Self - Correspondent
Danica McKellar
as Self
Harry Wu
as Self - Chinese Dissident
John Nance
as Self - Consultant
Paula Faris
as Self - Correspondent
Erin Hayes
as Self - Correspondent
Lucie Morillon
as Self - Reporters Without Borders
Paul Bremer
as Self
Michael Bloomberg
as Self - New York City Mayor
Camille Solari
as Self
Bernie Madoff
as Self
Brian Lewis
as Self - Veteran
Kathleen Sullivan
as Self - Anchor
Mary Little
as Self - Breast Cancer Patient
Jonathan Karl
as Self - Chief White House Correspondent/Self - Senior Political Correspondent/Self - ABC News Chief White House Correspondent/Self - Senior Congressional Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - Reporter/Self
Sam Rees
as The Goldfish - Hurricane Harvey Flood Victim Survivor
Neal Karlinsky
as Self - Correspondent
Armen Keteyian
as Self - Correspondent
B.J. Jackson
as Self - Veteran
James Longman
as Self - ABC News Foreign Correspondent
Ned Potter
as Self - Correspondent
Ivy Austin
as Raggedy Ann/Self
John McCain
as Self
Alex Azar
as Self - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Roy Low
as Self - Parent
Patrick Henry Hughes
as Self - Blind Trumpter
Mario Batali
as Self - The Person of the Week
Megan Blake
as Self
Bianna Golodryga
as Self - Business Correspondent/Self - Financial Correspondent
Will Carr
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Andres Durbak
as Self - Chicago Schools Bureau of Safety & Security
Linzie Janis
as Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Correspondent
Mark Kimmitt
as Self - Coalition Deputy Director for Operations
Tahman Bradley
as Self - Correspondent
Brian Rooney
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Host
Gigi Stone
as Self - Correspondent
Andrea Canning
as Self - Correspondent
Norm Witt
as Self
Fareed Zakaria
as Self - Newsweek International
William Leroy
as Self
Jeff Greenfield
as Self - Reporter
Heath Phillips
as Self - Protect Our Defenders
Jill Tarter
as Self
Richard Clarke
as Self - Former Counterterrorism Official
Cecilia Vega
as Self - Senior National Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self - ABC News Senior White House Correspondent/Self - Interim Weekend Anchor/Self - Substitute Anchor
Ken Ham
as Self - President, Creation Museum
Alexis Debat
as Self - Former French Ministry Official
Kaitlin Roig
as Self - Teacher
Luis Cardenas
as Self
Tom Gibb
as Self - Correspondent
John Kerry
as Self
Richard Gizbert
as Self - Correspondent
George Strait
as Self - Correspondent
Kenneth Moton
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Miguel Marquez
as Self - Correspondent
Dean Reynolds
as Self - Correspondent/Self
Byron Pitts
as Self - Chief National Correspondent
Paul Levinson
as Self - Guest
Martha Stewart
as Self
Saddam Hussein
as Self
Ferdie Pacheco
as Self
Mark Potter
as Self - Correspondent
Peter Clarke
as Self - Metropolitan Police
Benyamin Shilon Shlamowitz
as Self
BriGette McCoy
as Self - Veteran
Annette O'Toole
as Self
Ronald Stephens
as Self - National School Safety Center
Deepa Varadarajan
as Self - Deloitte & Touche
Michele Norris
as Self - Correspondent
Claire Shipman
as Self - Senior National Correspondent/Self - Correspondent
Mitt Romney
as Self
Terry Moran
as Self - Chief Foreign Correspondent/Self - ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - Co-Anchor/Self - Supreme Court Correspondent/Self - White House Correspondent
Lama Hasan
as Self - Correspondent
John Frank Rosenblum
as Self
Michael McKean
as Self
Bob Young
as Self - Anchor (1968)
Tasha Schwikert
as Self
Fawaz Gerges
as Self - Mideast Studies, Sarah Lawrence Coll/Self - Professor, Sarah Lawrence College
Mike Lee
as Self/Self - Reporter
Douglas Laird
as Self - Security Consultant
Bradley Roberson
as Self - Commander, USS Cole
Meg Oliver
as Self - ABC News Correspondent
Rebekah Havrilla
as Self - Veteran
Yu-Sung Pak
as Self
James Symington
Rob Nelson
as Self - Correspondent
Chris Bury
as Self - Correspondent
Mike Boettcher
as Self - Correspondent
Kim Richards
as Self
Kevin Newman
as Self - Anchor
John McWethy
as Self - Correspondent
Ryan Smith
as Self - Legal Analyst/Self - Correspondent
Hamish MacDonald
as Self - International Affairs Correspondent
Pierre Thomas
as Self - Senior Justice Correspondent/Self - Correspondent/Self/Self - ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent/Self - Reporter
Ray LaHood
as Self - United States Secretary of Transportation
Gina Smith
as Self/Self - correspondent
Reef Karim
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1953 | 1 Episodes

Season 2

1954 | 1 Episodes

Season 3

1955 | 1 Episodes

Season 4

1956 | 1 Episodes

Season 5

1957 | 1 Episodes

Season 6

1958 | 1 Episodes

Season 7

1959 | 1 Episodes

Season 8

1960 | 1 Episodes

Season 11

2020 | 1 Episodes

Season 32

1997 | 1 Episodes

Season 36

1997 | 1 Episodes

Season 43

1998 | 1 Episodes

Season 49

1999 | 1 Episodes

Season 51

1999 | 2 Episodes

Season 67

2020 | 1 Episodes

Season 74

2021 | 1 Episodes

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Primetime Emmy Awards 1959

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Best News Reporting Series

Primetime Emmy Awards 1964

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of News Reports

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