Good Night America

ABC (ended 1978)


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Good Night America is a late-night news magazine from the American Broadcasting Company with reporter Geraldo Rivera hosting the show. The series' format is as an informative news show that does investigative reporting on current events and human interest stories. Rivera presents each story, and he even goes into the field on the reports produced by the host. The season starts off with a short biography of the rock and roll group, The Beatles. Keeping on a musical agenda, Rivera heads to musician B.B King's headquarters in Chicago to see what the singer-songwriter is up to. Later in the season, the host reports on a meeting between Mexican-American political activist Cesar Chavez and Senator Ted Kennedy, discussing farm worker rights in Southern California. ABC producers continue their reporting on a variety of news making subjects for six full seasons. Some of Good Night America's news stories include the Watergate investigations, President Nixon's resignation, the official end of the Vietnam War, and the gas crisis in America during the 70s.