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ABC Nightline

TV14 • Talk & Interview, News • TV Series • 1979

Nightline, television's most esteemed late-night news program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on the major stories in the news.

Nightline, television's most esteemed late-night news program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on the major stories in the news.

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3 seasons available (320 episodes)

3 seasons available

(320 episodes)

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Episode 11

Thu, Jan 16, 2020

Inside one of the US’s busiest fire stations caring for LA’s homeless residents; Prince Harry steps out for 1st royal engagement since bombshell announcement
Episode 23

Mon, Feb 3, 2020

Iowa caucuses give Democratic candidates first test of voter appeal; Breaking down the Iowa caucuses, where Democratic race could go from here
Episode 37

Fri, Feb 21, 2020

Idaho mom whose children have been missing since September arrested in Hawaii; Ben Affleck on depression, addiction and how sobriety has made him happier
Episode 40

Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Husband of Idaho mom whose kids went missing refuses to speak on their whereabouts; Inside the competitive world of freestyle soccer
Episode 76

Thu, Apr 16, 2020

Former employee at pork plant shut down due to COVID-19 talks about why she quit; Foodservice workers protest over workplace safety, compensation amid COVID-19 crisis
Episode 81

Thu, Apr 23, 2020

How COVID-19 turned US nursing homes into devastating hotspots; Seema Verma defends federal government's response to COVID-19 nursing home crisis
Episode 82

Fri, Apr 24, 2020

While Texas and Georgia reopen, New York businesses wonder if they’ll survive; Former Starbucks CEO on how to save America’s small businesses
Episode 83

Mon, Apr 27, 2020

Georgia restaurants join other businesses in reopening but life is far from normal; Philadelphia nurse shares emotional last moments with COVID-19 patient
Episode 84

Tue, Apr 28, 2020

How blood plasma donations may be saving some people suffering from COVID-19; Life in states with few COVID-19 cases and without orders to stay home
Episode 85

Wed, Apr 29, 2020

Pandemic warnings existed long before coronavirus hit US, experts say; Fmr. DHS chief medical officer on US failure to plan for pandemics, future outlook
Episode 86

Thu, Apr 30, 2020

In Michigan, governor and some workers battle over strict COVID-19 stay-at-home order; Navajo doctors struggle to obtain resources to treat community ravaged by COVID-19
Episode 87

Fri, May 1, 2020

4 families share their journeys to parenthood during COVID-19 crisis; Barred from NICU, new parents bond with babies via FaceTime due to COVID-19
Episode 88

Mon, May 4, 2020

How will air travel be transformed by COVID-19?; Airline employees still clocking in on COVID-19 frontlines
Episode 89

Tue, May 5, 2020

Trump on reopening the country amid potential COVID-19 risks; Trump on his handling of COVID-19 crisis, message to families in mourning
Episode 92

Fri, May 8, 2020

Police launch an investigation into Shaun Gayle's pregnant girlfriend's murder; A taped confession from a woman police believe killed Rhoni Reuter; Rhoni Reuter's family on losing her
Episode 93

Mon, May 11, 2020

Questions remain over handling of Ahmaud Arbery case after arrests are made; Mothers of black men unarmed when they were shot dead talk about Ahmaud Arbery case
Episode 94

Tue, May 12, 2020

How factories are adjusting as states begin reopening in the wake of the coronavirus; 1st-gen college students see unclear path forward amid financial impact of COVID-19
Episode 95

Wed, May 13, 2020

Retailers, fighting to survive, adopt new safety measures as they begin reopening; Growing number of children affected by illness possibly linked to coronavirus
Episode 96

Thu, May 14, 2020

Mounting tension as businesses in Colorado, Michigan defy orders and reopen; Jordan's 'The Last Dance' dives into his most vulnerable moments amid public success
Episode 97

Fri, May 15, 2020

What happens to summer? How US beaches are handling reopening in COVID-19 pandemic; Music industry forced to rethink concerts, tours and more in COVID-19 pandemic
Episode 98

Mon, May 18, 2020

The COVID-19 Class of 2020: High school grads try to plan for the future; ABC News' Kaylee Hartung meets man who received her plasma, recovered from COVID-19
Episode 100

Wed, May 20, 2020

Coronavirus health disparities highlight race, class divides in NYC epicenter; Alexandria Ocasio Cortez on COVID-19 impact in her district, response to the virus
Episode 101

Thu, May 21, 2020

COVID-19 exacerbates Mississippi's deep racial, economic and health care divides; Rev. William Barber on impact COVID-19 reopening may have on impoverished communities
Episode 102

Fri, May 22, 2020

In Chicago, Latinos struggle to find relief from devastation of COVID-19, John Leguizamo on the impact of COVID-19 in communities of color and how he's helping
Episode 103

Tue, May 26, 2020

How essential workers stepped up as the coronavirus spread across the US; Inside the race for COVID-19 treatments and the ultimate goal, a vaccine
Episode 104

Wed, May 27, 2020

George Floyd’s death reopens old wounds of similar police-involved incidents; Violence against people of color has long history in the US
Episode 105

Thu, May 28, 2020

Protests erupt in violence after George Floyd’s killing; More than 100,000 lives lost to COVID-19, loved ones share their stories
Episode 106

Fri, May 29, 2020

Former officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with murder, protests spread; A history of civil unrest in the US: Frustrations over injustice, slow pace of change
Episode 107

Mon, Jun 1, 2020

Trump addresses US amid protests, George Floyd's brother reflects on his life; Why a police chief joined forces with Black Lives Matter at George Floyd protest
Episode 108

Tue, Jun 2, 2020

Friends reflect on George Floyd's life in Houston as protests in the city continue; Being black in America
Episode 109

Wed, Jun 3, 2020

George Floyd's family reacts to charges against all 4 officers involved in his death; Black Lives Matter founder, DC educator on George Floyd arrests, impact of protests
Episode 110

Thu, Jun 4, 2020

George Floyd is the latest in a history of police-involved deaths in Minnesota; Ahmaud Arbery had been hit by a truck, called racial slur before death
Episode 111

Fri, Jun 5, 2020

How moms are talking to their kids about race in the US and what they are learning; Keeping the faith, dealing with grief and taking action after George Floyd's death
Episode 112

Mon, Jun 8, 2020

George Floyd memorial follows calls to defund police as protests enter third week; COVID-19 may have been present in China as early as last fall, study suggests
Episode 113

Tue, Jun 9, 2020

As George Floyd is laid to rest, friends recall his childhood in Houston; Remembering George Floyd and figuring out where we go from here
Episode 114

Wed, Jun 10, 2020

What happened to Breonna Taylor? Family seeks answers after raid in which she died; COVID-19 rages through Mexico, even as country begins to reopen
Episode 115

Thu, Jun 11, 2020

ABC News analysis finds stark racial disparity in police arrests nationwide; Four mayors on how they’ve led their cities through reckoning on racial inequality
Episode 116

Fri, Jun 12, 2020

How Colin Kaepernick went from football star to civil rights icon; 4 years after Colin Kaepernick first took a knee, will the NFL make real changes?
Episode 117

Mon, Jun 15, 2020

After Floyd, Arbery deaths, Atlanta reckons with another: Rayshard Brooks; How years of racial injustice led to the LA riots, and why these moments aren't new
Episode 118

Tue, Jun 16, 2020

What police reform could look like as Trump signs executive order; Key players in landmark victory for LGBTQ rights react to Supreme Court ruling
Episode 119

Wed, Jun 17, 2020

Inside CHOP, the small piece of land Seattle protesters' claimed for themselves, Gov. Cuomo on his handling of COVID-19 over past 100 days
Episode 120

Thu, Jun 18, 2020

Everything we know about Rayshard Brooks’ killing in Atlanta; Former Trump national security adviser John Bolton: ‘I don’t think he’s fit for office’
Episode 121

Fri, Jun 19, 2020

Emmett Till's cousin says she considers George Floyd's death a modern-day lynching; How the church helped power strength, resistance in the black community
Episode 122

Mon, Jun 22, 2020

Trump's Tulsa rally to kick off re-election campaign fails to meet expectations; After Tulsa rally, Bolton interview, where does Trump go from here?
Episode 123

Tue, Jun 23, 2020

Trump speaks in Arizona as state faces risk of becoming coronavirus hotspot; Bubba Wallace of NASCAR was not target of a hate crime, DOJ says
Episode 124

Wed, Jun 24, 2020

Where did the federal coronavirus aid to small businesses go? Tracking the money; Coronavirus survivor, Broadway star talks about lingering symptoms of infection
Episode 125

Thu, Jun 25, 2020

In Houston, front-line workers say COVID-19 surge affecting many younger people; How an appointment to get an appliance fixed led to an important conversation on race
Episode 126

Fri, Jun 26, 2020

How 2 families’ conversations on race have evolved over years of injustice; Janet Mock on portraying trans people of color on screen, fighting for LGBTQ equality
Episode 127

Mon, Jun 29, 2020

What happened to Elijah McClain? Case draws new attention amid nationwide protests; Teacher helps start volunteer effort to 3D print COVID-19 face shields
Episode 128

Tue, Jun 30, 2020

Health care workers in Arizona urge social distancing, masks as cases break records; In Blackfeet Nation, a boxing club is fighting to save Native American women’s lives
Episode 129

Wed, Jul 1, 2020

American meat providers resorting to drastic measures in COVID-19 pandemic; Plant-based alternatives see huge surge, in part driven by nationwide meat shortages
Episode 130

Thu, Jul 2, 2020

How Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly helped Jeffrey Epstein abuse young women; Jeffrey Epstein accuser Maria Farmer recounts 1st night of their meeting
Episode 131

Fri, Jul 3, 2020

Meet the combat medics who came to treat COVID-19 in New York City; Mayor Bill de Blasio on New York City’s battle against COVID-19
Episode 132

Mon, July 6, 2020

July 4th celebrations highlight COVID-19 divide as more young people are sickened; Dr. Jen Ashton talks US handling of COVID-19 and preventing its spread
Episode 133

Tue, Jul 7, 2020

Small businesses in Texas face re-closure as New York shops navigate reopening; How toilet paper factory employees are working through COVID-19 demands
Episode 134

Wed, July 08, 2020

Months after COVID-19 deaths at nursing facility, families still seeking answers; Nursing homes using new tools to track COVID-19, keep residents from feeling isolated
Episode 135

Thu, Jul 9, 2020

‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera presumed dead after going missing during boat trip with son; On the Arizona frontlines, where first responders are battling a COVID-19 crisis
Episode 136

Fri, Jul 10, 2020

What’s next for the cruise industry? Passengers discuss how COVID-19 impacted them; Revisiting ‘Hamilton’ in a time of reckoning on racism in US
Episode 137

Mon, Jul 13, 2020

Florida among 12 states seeing record COVID-19 cases, many traced to large gatherings; 7 Black mothers mourning the loss of their children discuss their shared bond

7 Black mothers mourning the loss of their children discuss their shared bond

Florida among 12 states seeing record COVID-19 cases, many traced to large gatherings

What’s next for the cruise industry? Passengers discuss how COVID-19 impacted them

‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera presumed dead after going missing during boat trip with son

Months after COVID-19 deaths at nursing facility, families still seeking answers

Small businesses in Texas face re-closure as New York shops navigate reopening

July 4th celebrations highlight COVID-19 divide as more young people are sickened

Meet the combat medics who came to treat COVID-19 in New York City

How Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly helped Jeffrey Epstein abuse young women

Plant-based alternatives see huge surge, in part driven by nationwide meat shortages

In Blackfeet Nation, a boxing club is fighting to save Native American women’s lives

What happened to Elijah McClain? Case draws new attention amid nationwide protests

How 2 families’ conversations on race have evolved over years of injustice

In Houston, front-line workers say COVID-19 surge affecting many younger people

Where did the federal coronavirus aid to small businesses go? Tracking the money

After Tulsa rally, Bolton interview, where does Trump go from here?

Trump speaks in Arizona as state faces risk of becoming coronavirus hotspot

Everything we know about Rayshard Brooks’ killing in Atlanta

How the church helped power strength, resistance in the black community

Inside CHOP, the small piece of land Seattle protesters' claimed for themselves

What police reform could look like as Trump signs executive order

How years of racial injustice led to the LA riots, and why these moments aren't new

How Colin Kaepernick went from football star to civil rights icon

ABC News analysis finds stark racial disparity in police arrests nationwide

What happened to Breonna Taylor? Family seeks answers after raid in which she died

As George Floyd is laid to rest, friends recall his childhood in Houston

George Floyd memorial follows calls to defund police as protests enter third week

How moms are talking to their kids about race in the US and what they are learning

George Floyd is the latest in a history of police-involved deaths in Minnesota

Friends reflect on George Floyd's life in Houston as protests in the city continue

George Floyd's family reacts to charges against all 4 officers involved in his death

Trump addresses US amid protests, George Floyd's brother reflects on his life

A history of civil unrest in the US: Frustrations over injustice, slow pace of change

Anger erupts in wake of George Floyd's death

George Floyd’s death reopens old wounds of similar police-involved incidents

How essential workers stepped up as the coronavirus spread across the US: Part 1

In Chicago, Latinos struggle to find relief from devastation of COVID-19

COVID-19 exacerbates Mississippi's deep racial, economic and health care divides

Coronavirus health disparities highlight race, class divides in NYC epicenter

COVID-19 restrictions pose serious challenges to those in recovery

ABC News' Kaylee Hartung meets man who received her plasma, recovered from COVID-19

What happens to summer? How US beaches are handling reopening in COVID-19 pandemic

The price of reopening America

1st-gen college students see unclear path forward amid financial impact of COVID-19

Retailers, fighting to survive, adopt new safety measures as they begin reopening

Questions remain over handling of Ahmaud Arbery case after arrests are made

Police launch an investigation into Shaun Gayle's pregnant girlfriend's murder: Part

Trump on reopening the country amid potential COVID-19 risks: Part 1

How will air travel be transformed by COVID-19? Part 1

4 families share their journeys to parenthood during COVID-19 crisis: Part 1

In Michigan, governor and some workers battle over strict COVID-19 stay-at-home order

Pandemic warnings existed long before coronavirus hit US, experts say

How blood plasma donations may be saving some people suffering from COVID-19

Georgia restaurants join other businesses in reopening but life is far from normal

While Texas and Georgia reopen, New York businesses wonder if they’ll survive

How COVID-19 turned US nursing homes into devastating hotspots

‘Citizen X’ and Hong Kong protesters’ battle for freedom

Cameron Douglas on the profound impact his severe drug use had on his family: Part 1

Christine Blasey Ford Testifies Before Committee, Kavanaugh Defends Himself

Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo defends his handling of sexual abuse crisis

World's most famous Instagram cats and feline lovers gather for CatCon

Intimacy coordinators help make sex scenes safe for all actors on set

Bella Thorne Opens Up About Pansexuality, Overcoming Abuse and Dyslexia

Steven and Cary Stayner: 2 brothers' horror and heroism

FaceApp craze on social media raises concerns about AI and privacy

Creator of hit series 'Vida' on the importance of representation on and off screen

Investigation continues in attempted hit on David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic

Inside the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium's Groundbreaking Work in Conservation

1989 Central Park jogger rape case causes frenzy in media, Part 1

Farrah Fawcett's life from iconic red swimsuit poster to 'Charlie's Angels'

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