CBS says tonight’s Tony Awards broadcast at 8 pm ET will go on as scheduled, but other networks are busy shuffling primetime schedules for coverage of today’s Orlando nightclub shooting. NBC is airing the 2016 Stanley Cup Final at 8 pm, while TNT has postponed the Season 3 premiere of drama The Last Ship. Deadline will update this roster, along with other schedule changes, as the information becomes available.



ABC News’ David Muir will anchor a special edition of World News Tonight from Orlando tonight and tomorrow.

ABC News will air a one-hour 20/20 Special Edition on the Orlando nightclub shooting tonight, 10 pm ET. “Nightclub Massacre: Terror in Orlando” will be anchored live by Muir from Orlando and Elizabeth Vargas from New York.

Nightline will have a special digital edition tonight anchored by Byron Pitts from New York, available across ABC News’ digital and social platforms.


Scott Pelley will anchor a one-hour special edition of the CBS Weekend News at 6 pm ET, before boarding a plan for Orlando.

60 Minutes will begin with the latest on the shootings at 7 pm ET/PT.

Fox News:

Fox Report Sunday hosted by Harris Faulkner will cover Orlando at 7 pm ET, with Bill O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Factor taking over at 8 pm ET. The previously scheduled Legends & Lies at 8 pm has been canceled.

Megyn Kelly will host a special edition of The Kelly File at 9 pm, followed by Geraldo Rivera anchoring a special hour live from Orlando at 10 pm. Justice with Judge Jeanine will air from 11 pm to 1 am, followed by overnight coverage hosted by Heather Childers and Gregg Jarrett.


Lester Holt will anchor from Orlando on NBC Nightly News, with correspondents Gabe Gutierrez, Janet Shamlian and Stephanie Gosk reporting from Orlando and justice correspondent Pete Williams from Washington, D.C.

At 7 pm ET/PT, Holt will anchor a Dateline NBC special report from Orlando, with Dennis Murphy, Keith Morrison, Cynthia McFadden, Kate Snow, Harry Smith, Andrea Canning and Josh Mankiewicz filing stories.

Brian Williams will continue to anchor from NYC throughout the evening.



Good Morning America will cover the aftermath and latest updates, anchored by George Stephanopoulos with Amy Robach from Orlando.

David Muir will anchor a special edition of World News Tonight from Orlando.


CBS This Morning will cover the latest with Charlie Rose and Gayle King anchoring from Orlando.  CBS THIS MORNING (7:00-9:00 AM).

CBSN’s Josh Elliott will anchor streaming news service CBSN live from Orlando throughout the day.

Scott Pelley will anchor CBS Evening News at 6:30 pm live from Orlando.

Fox News:

FNC’s Bill Hemmer and Greta Van Susteren will anchor America’s Newsroom (9-11 am ET) and On the Record (7-8 pm ET), respectively, from Orlando. Fox & Friends First will begin coverage at 4 am ET.

Matt Lauer will anchor Today from Orlando.


Coverage will continue in the morning with Chris Jansing, Jose Diaz-Balart, Kate Snow, Craig Melvin and Thomas Roberts anchoring from Orlando, with correspondents Sarah Dallof, Gabe Gutierrez and Kerry Sanders in Orlando; Jim Miklaszewski, Kelly O’Donnell and Pete Williams in Washington; and Richard Lui is in NYC.