20/20 Remembers Those We Lost in 2016

By Chris Ariens 

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From David Bowie on January 10, to Alan Thicke just last week, 2016 saw its share of legends pass away.

Tonight, ABC’s 20/20 is looking back on some of the most notable deaths this year. ABC’s Byron Pitts and Chris Connelly remember the incredible life of three-time heavyweight champion boxer Muhammad Ali who died June 4. The show will also revisit interviews conducted by Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer with Fidel Castro, who died Nov. 25.

The special will also remember Justice Antonin Scalia, Shimon Peres, John Glenn, Nancy Reagan, and Elie Wiesel; music superstars Prince, Glenn Frey, Merle Haggard, Leonard Cohen; Hollywood luminaries Florence Henderson, Gene Wilder, Garry ShandlingDoris Roberts, Alan Rickman, Garry Marshall, Patty Duke, and Zsa Zsa Gábor; journalists Gwen Ifill, Morley Safer; and from the sports world Arnold Palmer, Pat Summitt, and Craig Sager.