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“Grown-ish” Cast To Appear On January 2 Edition Of “GMA Day”

Principals from Freeform’s drama will celebrate the second season.

Grown-ish | Tony Rivetti/Freeform

Freeform’s college series “Grown-ish” begins its second season on the night of January 2.

That day, cast members from the series will make television appearances.

Star Yara Shahidi will appear on the January 2 edition of ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Later that day, she and most of the other principals will appear on “GMA Day.”

Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat, Emily Arlook and Jordan Buhat are all set to appear on the afternoon edition of “GMA.”

As of press time, they are the only guests listed for the episode. The official “GMA” and “GMA Day” listings follow:

GMA
Monday, December 31– Good Housekeeping’s Lori Bergamotto with last minute New Year’s Eve ideas for the whole family; the newest American Girl Doll revealed

Tuesday, January 1– Pre-taped New Year’s Day show. Chef Alex Guarnaschelli; a performance by Lukas Graham

Wednesday, January 2— Bachelor Colton Underwood (“The Bachelor”); actress Yara Shahidi (“Grown-ish”)

Thursday, January 3– Actor Aidan Gillen (“Project Blue Book”)

Friday, January 4– Healthy cooking with chef Erling Wu-Bower; a live performance by the cast of Broadway’s “The Prom”

GMA DAY
Monday, December 31 (OAD 12/13/18): Actress Karen Gillan (“The Party’s Just Beginning”); skateboarder Tony Hawk (“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”)

Tuesday, January 1: Pre-empted

Wednesday, January 2– The cast of “Grown-ish:” Yara Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Chloe Bailey,Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat, Emily Arlook and Jordan Buhat

Thursday, January 3– Singer Nicole Scherzinger (“Masked Singer”); kid magician Henry Rich; fashion hacks with Melissa Garcia

Friday, January 4— Comedian Hasan Minhaj later joined by his comedy team “Goatface:” Fahim Anwar, Asif Ali and Aristotle Athiras; relationship expert Siggy Flicker with dating advice for the New Year

Written by Brian Cantor

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