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Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral – Schedule and News Presenters for Every US TV Network Revealed

ABC News

hello americaRobin Robert and world news anchor David Muir begin coverage at 5:30 a.m. on Monday, September 19.

They will be joined by the ABC team of correspondents and contributors, including CMG3 co-anchors Amy Robach and T.J. Holmeschief foreign correspondent Ian Panellchief white house correspondent Cecile Vegasenior national affairs correspondent Deborah Roberts, night line co-presenter Juju Changmain national correspondent terry morancorrespondent abroad James Longmancorrespondents Maggie Rulli, Lama Hassan and Britt Clennetcontributors Robert Jobson, victoria murphy, Omid Scobie and Andrew Morton, Ailsa Andersonformer press secretary Queen Elizabeth II and Pierre Westmacottthe former deputy private secretary of King Charles III.

In addition to watching on ABC, it will be available to stream online via ABC News Live.

CBS News

CBS Matinees anchor Gayle King and evening newspaper anchor Norah O’Donnell will lead the coverage from London, joined by royal contributors from CBS News Tina Brown, Julian Payne, Roya Nikkhah, Amanda Foreman and former BBC Royal Correspondent Wesley Kerr.

In addition to watching on CBS, it will also be able to stream online for free.

BNC News

Today anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotbas good as evening news anchor Lester Holt will lead coverage in London starting at 5:30 a.m. ET.

Contributors include Tom Lamas, Keir Simmons, Kelly Cobielle and Molly Hunteras good as Wilfred Frost, Daisy McAndrew and Andrew Robert.

In addition to watching on NBC, it will also be available to stream on NBC News streaming platforms.


Anchor Martha MacCallum will lead London coverage starting at 4am from Canada Gate at Buckingham Palace and will be joined on set by fox and friends anchor Ainsley Earhardt and Talk TV host Piers Morgan.

Greg Palcot, Amy Kellogg, jonathan hunt and Alex Hogan will contribute throughout the day.


anchors AndersonCooper and Erin Burnett will lead London coverage, starting at 5 a.m., joined by Christiane Amanpour, Max Foster and Richard Questwith Don Lemon join from New York.

Nada Bashir, Matthew Luck, Bianca Nobilo, Nicholas Robertson, Isa Soares, Anna Stuart and Clarissa district will also provide updates, while Zain Asher and Julia Chatterley contribute from New York. CNN Royal Historian kate williamsCNN royal commentator Sally Bedell-Smith and CNN contributor Trisha Godard will also contribute.

CNN coverage will be broadcast live without the need for a cable subscription.


Chris Jansing will lead the covers starting at 3 a.m. At 5 a.m., Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Geist and Katty Kay will anchor a special edition of morning joe from London.

Chris Jansing, Katy Tour and Andrea Mitchell will take over at 10 a.m.


PBS will simultaneously broadcast the BBC’s uninterrupted coverage of the Queen’s funeral, starting at 4am, as well as the BBC primetime special The State Funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: The Day’s Events from 20h

All network details courtesy of THR.