In the wake of the mass shooting that took place at a "Dark Knight Rises" screening in Aurora, Colo., networks are scrambling to cover the incident that that has left at least 12 people dead and at least 50 people injured.
"CBS This Morning" went into a third hour of programming Friday. Heading into the evening, Scott Pelley, anchor of the "CBS Evening News" will report from the scene Friday night.
Pelley will also anchor a special edition of "48 Hours" in prime time at 8 p.m. In addition, Jeff Glor, who anchors the Sunday edition of "CBS Evening News," will anchor a split edition of "CBS This Morning Saturday" and head up "Evening News" Saturday and Sunday, remaining there to offer updates on Monday's "CBS This Morning."
Over on NBC, Brian Williams will anchor from Aurora. "Dateline" will have an hour on the shooting in prime time hosted by Ann Curry. The former "Today" show host will then co-anchor a weekend edition of "Today" on Saturday morning alongside Savannah Guthrie. Later in the evening on Saturday, Kate Snow will anchor from Aurora. Meanwhile,"Meet the Press" will feature the latest reports from the scene on Sunday.