Each of the evening newscasts will broadcast live from Manchester, England this evening, about 24 hours after a horrific suicide bombing in England’s second-largest city claimed the innocent lives of 22 and injured countless more. The explosion took place right outside of the Manchester Arena, where an Ariana Grande concert had just concluded.
Lester Holt will anchor NBC Nightly News live from Manchester tonight, with an assist from NBC News correspondents Richard Engel, Kelly Cobiella, Tom Costello and Hallie Jackson. Holt has already been abroad reporting on Pres. Trump’s first international trip. He anchored Nightly News from Jerusalem on Monday, and reported the news of the Manchester bombing at 6:50 p.m., to go with a duo of special reports at 7:30 p.m. and 10:14 p.m. ET.
Scott Pelley will anchor the CBS Evening News tonight from Manchester. As seen in the main photo, Pelley reported from outside Manchester Arena earlier today for the West Coast edition of CBS This Morning.
A team of CBS Newsers will contribute to tonight’s coverage of the concert attack and the investigation, including CBS News foreign correspondents Mark Phillips, Jonathan Vigliotti and Seth Doane and CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent. Jeff Pegues in Washington.
David Muir will anchor ABC World News Tonight live from Manchester as well. GMA news anchor Amy Robach, senior foreign correspondent Terry Moran, correspondents Tom Rivers and Erielle Reshef are also in Manchester. Molly Hunter will report for ABC News digital and livestream.