Michael Strahan’s rise from NFL to TV star

MICHAEL Strahan has announced he is taking his television career to yet another level, as Good Morning America viewers continue to question his absence from the show.

The GMA host, who first made a name for himself as an NFL star, is adding scripted television to his eclectic resume, according to new reports.

Michael Strahan is expanding his resume even further and will serve as executive producer of a new ABC show in development

The 50-year-old first made a name for himself in the NFL with the New York Giants

The former footballer was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2014

Strahan is executive producing a new ABC medical drama in development named The Front Line, Variety first reported.

The show, inspired by real-life stories, will follow a football player who transitions into a career in the medical field and works as a resident at a Pittsburgh hospital.

It's a story close to Strahan, who also successfully transitioned from an NFL career into another field.

He may be one of America's most beloved TV hosts now, but the star has come a long way since he first entered the public eye.

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