ABC’s The Lookout

The Lookout on ABCNetwork: ABC
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: May 29, 2013 — TBD
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Cynthia McFadden and Bill Weir (anchors) with correspondents Dan Abrams, Gio Benitez, Juju Chang, Linsey Davis, Paula Faris, Matt Gutman, Dan Harris, Amy Robach, Deborah Roberts, Brian Ross, Cecilia Vega and Nick Watt.

TV show description:      
A production of ABC News, this show is described as “a survival guide to the modern consumer jungle,” and offers a mix of undercover investigations about how people spend their money. It covers the trends and products that obsess Americans, offering tips along the way about how to maximize value and avoid costly mistakes.

Reports include the potential hidden dangers of hiring an emergency locksmith, what some television repairmen may not be telling you, and the truth about the thread counts of bed sheets.

This program was initially announced as a continuation of Nightline Prime which last aired in 2011.

Series Finale:     
Episode #TBD
This TV series has not ended yet.
First aired: TBD

  

What do you think? Do you like The Lookout TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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12 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Supernatural's biggest fan says

    I love this show and I have been waiting to hear something about it’s return. It is very informative, but done in a very light-hearted way with some of the best reporters on TV(ABC has the most intelligent news reporters) No way they can top this show, it is one of the best. Please do not cancel it.

  2. Molly says

    I loved it. I am part of the class action suite against Kevin Trudue. I was very interested in where he is currently living, what he is doing, and if he was ever going to pay us back. I only bought the one book, but after reading it, I was furious that someone could write such garbage and convince us that we “had” to have this book. I have since become more diligent about my purchases. Keep the show on.

  3. Jolyne Dunn says

    I love this show! Keep it on year round. I noticed it is not listed for the week of Sept. 9th. Has it been moved to a new time? I want my weekly information fix!!!

  4. says

    On the last show Bill Weir was driving a commercial tow truck on a public street.
    Does Bill Weir have a commercial drivers and following the law by driving a commercial truck?

    Also, when journalists were investigating Planned Parenthood clinics and used hidden camera’s which later were chastsied by the 3 networks for doing so, believe it is all right for themselves to use hidden camera’s?

    And last, will the Lookout ever investigate purposely misleding stories from the news media?

  5. Denise Davis says

    Do not cancel this show…I’ve learned so much from it. I LOVED the feng shui show where four different feng shui experts come into the same home (at different times) and they ALL said something different! lol I’m sooo skeptical now! This show is enlightening..hope it keeps going. We need someone to be the watchdog and make these rip-off artists accountable!

  6. Yvonne says

    I think the show had potential. I saw only one, with the female mechanic, but I really enjoyed it and it did it’s job teaching me what to lookout for. I wish the networks would give original ideas a chance to mature rather than canceling things just as I am discovering them. If I like a show I will make time in my busy schedule to watch or record it. Many times I have just discovered a show and it gets cancelled.

  7. Bill mcgroarty says

    Episode 6 which is advertised as new had 2 repeat segments
    ABC is doing exactly the same thing, falsely advertising itself,
    It is reporting on. Shame on you guys

  8. Randy says

    Agree, awful, boring and really dumb segments. This show should be cancelled. The finding of “the bed bug” was totally predictable. No doubt brought there in the same plastic baggie it was put in. No interest in watching future episodes.

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