“Good Morning America” Launches New Series “Road To Recovery”
“Good Morning America” Launches New Series “Road To Recovery”. “Good Morning America” and host Robin Roberts will return to Haiti, Nashville, and Mississippi next week to explore where the communities stand after some of the most devastating natural disasters hit each of the regions in different ways in a new segment, “Road to Recovery.” On Tuesday and Wednesday, Roberts will head to Haiti nearly seven months after the devastating earthquake. She will also revisit the orphanage where she reunited a lost, terrified young girl who was reunited with her adoptive parents who didn’t know she was alive. On Thursday, Roberts will revisit Nashville, Tennessee after the historic flooding in the region and how the community is coping. Roberts will speak with country star Julie Roberts about her family’s devastating ordeal and how the singer’s partially renovated home has changed. Roberts will return to her hometown of Pass Christian, Mississippi to anchor a live segment on Friday, Aug. 27 to see how the residents and region are recovering post-Katrina, along with the devastation that the recent oil spill has had on the region. She will also give an update on the program she helped launch, “GMA Gets It Done,” and the year-long efforts to rebuild her hometown.