Dan Abrams began his television career working as a reporter for Court TV in 1994. During his time at Court TV, Abrams become well known for covering the O.J. Simpson trial. After leaving, he joined MSNBC and NBC News from 1997 until 1999 where he held the title of Chief Legal Correspondent. In 2001, he began hosting his very own show titled The Abrams Report which was broadcast on MSNBC. He continued to host The Abrams Report until he took on the role General Manager of which he held from 2006 until 2007. His show was eventually renamed to Verdict with Dan Abrams and aired until 2008.
In March of 2011, Abrams became the Chief Legal Analyst for ABC News as well as becoming a substitute anchor for Good Morning America. In June of 2013, Dan became Chief Legal Affairs Anchor as well as an anchor for Nightline.
Abrams began working for the A&E Network in 2016 when he hosted the recap show for 60 Days In. He has been hosting Live PD since it began in October 2016.
Tom Morris Jr began his career by covering news for the White House Press Corps in 1980 after graduating from Norfolk State University with a B.S in Mass Communications. During this time, he also covered news for CNN as well as Independent Network News.
In 1987, in a somewhat drastic career change, Tom commenced his training to work for the US State Department and Diplomatic Security as an anti-terrorism specialist as well as a security specialist which he completed in 1988. Afterwards, he was deployed to the US Embassy in Somalia three weeks prior to the civil war beginning. During his time there, he guarded the Embassy which was still under construction at the time.
In 1993, Tom returned to broadcasting. Tom became a producer for America’s Most Wanted and in 1996 he became a reporter for the series. During his time as a reporter, a whopping 95% of fugitives he profiled have been captured.
Tom has also featured on series’ such as Showbiz Tonight, The Reporters, Nancy Grace and Entertainment Tonight to name a few.
Tom is a regular on our subreddit and you can see his posts here.