Amy Robach And T.J. Holmes Are Out at GM3 After Their Affair

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are leaving ABC and “GMA3” following the co-hosts’ shocking romance, Page Six can confirm.

According to a source familiar with the conversations taking place this week, “They have not finished mediation — but, yeah, that will be the end” in terms of Robach and Holmes departing the network.

ABC said the couple signed their release agreements and issued an email to workers announcing their departure from the network by Friday afternoon.

“After multiple productive talks with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes about various alternatives, we all agreed it’s best for everyone that they move on from ABC News,” the corporation stated in a statement, while ABC News President Kim Godwin labeled the entire situation a “distraction” in an email.

ABC sources also told TMZ Friday that the channel and its anchors had chosen to part ways following a “very difficult” mediation.

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Amy Robach And T.J. Holmes Are Out At GM3 After Their Affair

Robach, 49, and Holmes, 45, are both expected to earn contract payouts.

According to another insider, “unless ABC achieves a satisfactory parting agreement with both Amy and T.J., they would both be looking at launching lawsuits against the network.”

We also understand that Holmes and Robach have been leading the mediation negotiations from Los Angeles, where they both flew after a little holiday in Turks and Caicos.

According to a source, the couple was accused of “different types of misbehavior” during the meetings, which the insider described as a “witch hunt.”

Among the allegations was the discovery of alcohol in Robach’s dressing room.

However, one insider told the magazine that the allegation was “crazy,” because ABC executives had given the booze bottles as a present.

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Robach was also accused of arriving at work “drunk” after attending the College Football National Championship last year, an “insane” assertion according to one insider.

Furthermore, Robach’s working affair with Holmes allegedly made some crew members feel “uncomfortable” in production.

A representative for ABC did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment. A month-long workplace assessment followed before ABC chose to part ways with the duo.

Robach and Holmes, who had been working together on “GMA3” since 2020, were fired immediately after their off-screen relationship became public in November 2022.

Throughout the inquiry, the couple did not hold back on the PDA — they made out like teens during a holiday getaway in Miami.

Earlier this month, a source informed Page Six exclusively that the pair would most certainly be dismissed.

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Amy Robach And T.J. Holmes Are Out At GM3 After Their Affair

“They haven’t been fired yet, but I don’t think T.J. will be back,” an insider told us at the time. “They want Amy to stay and be a part of things, but probably not on ‘GMA3.'”

We were also told that the couple had “hired lawyers to deal with” the negotiations for their departures.

Just weeks before, a source told Page Six that Holmes was “sure” he would be cleared after ABC’s probe.

“Of course, he’s taking [the inquiry] seriously, but he’s certain he hasn’t done anything illegal that would deserve him losing his job,” one insider said at the time.

Past sources informed us that the review took so long because ABC wanted to be “extra careful” when reports of Holmes’ other professional romances surfaced following the revelation of his affair with Robach.

Page Six exclusively revealed in December that Robach was not Holmes’ first office lover.

We learned that he had a three-year affair with producer Natasha Singh during his marriage to Marilee Fiebig, one of the “Good Morning America” colleagues he allegedly romanced.

After nearly 13 years of marriage, Holmes filed for divorce from Fiebig, 45, on December 28. Sabine, their 9-year-old daughter, is their only child.

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According to a source, Fiebig, an immigration lawyer, was taken aback by her husband’s liaison with his on-air colleague.

Holmes and Robach reportedly started dating in March 2022 while training for the New York City Half Marathon together. In a statement issued on January 4, Fiebig broke her silence on the affair.

“During the holiday season and in light of the difficult times,” her divorce lawyer, Stephanie Lehman, told the Daily Mail.

Lehman stressed that she was working with Holmes’ counsel to “bring [Fiebig and Holmes’] divorce forward confidentially, promptly, and as peacefully as possible.”

Robach, for her part, is married to “Melrose Place” alum Andrew Shue, but the couple announced their divorce in December.

From 1996 to 2008, she was married to retired MLB player Tim McIntosh. They have two children, Ava, born in 2002, and Analise, born in 2006.

Shue, 55, erased all images of his wife from his Instagram account days after Robach’s affair with Holmes became public. She has subsequently moved out of their West Village flat and into a new downtown apartment.