At NBC's "Today" -- which is still being haunted by the ghosts of Matt Lauer and Megyn Kelly -- Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly went as Danny and Sandy. Hoda Kotb also channeled John Travolta, but chose "Saturday Night Fever" over "Grease." Classic movies proved popular for the whole show, actually: Jenna Bush Hager and Willie Geist took on "Dirty Dancing," while Peter Alexander cut "Footloose."
"Good Morning America" (ABC)
ABC's "Good Morning America" wasn't just "Footloose": The whole cast had a 1970s-themed dance party, DJ'd by George Stephanopoulos. Co-anchors Robin Roberts (Donna Summer) and Michael Strahan (The Bee Gees) boogied with Lara Spencer (Liza Minnelli), Ginger Zee (Olivia Newton-John) Amy Robach (Cher), Sara Haines (Sonny), Sam Champion (The Village People), Whit Johnson and Gio Benitez (The Bee Gees) to disco classics.
"Live With Kelly and Ryan" (ABC)
On "Live With Kelly and Ryan," Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest led the team in getting into the (Addams) family spirit...
...and led them to Old Town Road, too.
"Morning Express" (HLN)
Disco made a third appearance during HLN's "Morning Express," but so, too, did "Pretty Woman" and... a mashup of Terminator and Mary Poppins?
"Fox and Friends" (Fox News)
Also on cable, "Fox and Friends" hosts joined forces with Party City for a "patriotic" theme. Steve Doocy was Uncle Sam. Ainsley Earhardt was the Constitution. You see where this is going.
"The View" (ABC)
The panelists from "The View" took inspiration from Stephen King novels: Whoopi Goldberg channeled Church, the cat from "Pet Semetary," Abby Huntsman dressed up as bloodied prom queen "Carrie," Sunny Hostin was nearly unrecognizable as Pennywise from "It," while Joy Behar and Meghan McCain -- who often clash -- ironically portrayed the Grady sisters from "The Shining."
"The View" (ABC)
Special guest Dr. Oz donned a "Game of Thrones"-inspired skeleton suit, which he called "Game of Bones."
"Strahan, Sara, and Keke" (ABC)
Michael Strahan, Sara Haines and Keke Palmer were a terrifying trio of monsters.
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"The Real" (Syndicated)
The ladies of "The Real" were inspired by recent Met Gala looks: Adrienne Houghton was a pretty-in-pink Lady Gaga, Loni Love channeled Lizzo, Tamera Mowry-Housley made an angelic Katy Perry, while Jeannie Mai donned a replica of Rihanna's infamous omelet gown.