When we saw that Nightline co-host Cynthia McFadden had sold her three-bedroom co-op at 129 East 69th Street last week, we wondered where she would be moving. Like the 11:35 p.m. time slot on ABC, a pre-war co-op in a white glove Lenox Hill building is prime real estate.
The answer is Carnegie Hill (and, if you’re watching ABC, it’s 12:35 a.m.). The famed journalist tells The Observer that she and her teenaged son are upgrading to a four-story brownstone on the Upper East Side neighborhood.
It seems only fitting that Nightline co-host Cynthia McFadden would embrace the show’s move to a new time slot with one of her own—the ABC news maven has sold the three-bedroom, two bath co-op at 129 East 69th Street where she has lived since 2004.
That’s solidarity! But Ms. McFadden always was irreproachably committed to her career.
On the afternoon of Feb. 9, the cast and crew of ABC News’ Nightline convened quietly in the network’s Times Square studio to shoot two secret pilots of an hour-long version of the half-hour 11:30 p.m. news show, according to three sources familiar with the project.
The test versions were prepared for ABC and Read More
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