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‘GMA: Evening’ 11.8 rating/21 share Tuesday’s primetime edition of ABC’s breakfastcast didn’t hold much interest after its Burt Reynolds interview, dropping 17% in the second half-hour. Still, the news competition dropped “Dateline NBC” (10.5/19) to its first share below 20 in four weeks.

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