In the early 1970s, an executive at NBC "asked if I'd be interested in switching over to working at NBC News," Hartman said in an interview.
"There were logistical challenges we could not solve, but the seeds were being sown." Hartman subsequently created a production company and made a documentary that showed the birth of a child for the first time on American television.
Miranda Sings, Jo Jo Siwa, and Brooklyn & Bailey were also at the event.
At least that's what Bob Shanks, a network vice president, told David Hartman, the man who would soon solve ABC's problem.
ABC had tried a morning show earlier in the year, to disastrous effect, which had heightened the pressure on Silverman to produce a new show worth watching. "It was the guinea pig on which everything that could go wrong, did," Edwards told an interviewer a decade later. (The producer wanted red or orange or green.) "What a confidence booster!
Sawyer now lives with his handsome Pomsky dog, Hitch, in LA, to this day.
Sawyer is a talented Youtuber, who uploads videos onto his channel, on Youtube.
He'd later move to Florida before heading West to Los Angeles.