The name of the afternoon version of "Good Morning America" -- "GMA Day" -- was changed to "Strahan & Sara" on Monday, four months after hosts Michael Strahan and Sara Haines moved into the timeslot on ABC.
The hosts posted on Twitter before the show, "New name, same @sarahaines and @michaelstrahan! We'll see you for lunch every weekday."
The show, which is taped with a live audience at 9 a.m., still is part of the operation of "Good Morning America" in the network's news division.
"GMA Day" replaced the canceled "The Chew," a show that focused on food and health.
"The Chew" debuted in 2011 in the time slot occupied by longtime soap opera, "All My Childen," which was canceled.
Strahan, a former NFL player with the New York Giants, also appears on "Good Morning America" segments and has Sunday NFL hosting duties for Fox.
Haines previously was on ABC's "The View."