Tuesday marks marked 25 seasons that audiences have been tuning in to "The View," which asked an all-female panel to captivate a TV audience by sharing their personal opinions on sometimes divisive or fiery topics. "There was no guarantee," original co-host Meredith Vieira recalls of the show's start. "We're taking...
(CNN) — "The View" returned for its 25th season this month, with the co-hosts returning to the studio with a live audience for the first time since March 2020 due to the pandemic. Within a week of the new season's debut, "The View" had its most-watched telecast in five months...
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — During a live taping of “The View,” two of the show’s hosts had to be removed after testing positive for COVID-19. The all-female hosted talk show tackles tough topics on a daily basis, but on Friday morning the show became the main headline when Joy Behar had to make the uncomfortable announcement.
The daytime talk show marks its silver anniversary this year, and former cohosts are coming back to help celebrate. Look who's coming to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of The View!. Reese Witherspoon, Gabrielle Union, and Ben Platt are among the guests who will be joining the daytime talk show...
We’re officially entering the third week of guest co-hosts on The View, with a whole season still left ahead of us. Starting today, politician and businesswoman Carly Fiorina will replace the conservative seat left empty by ex-host Meghan McCain, which has already been filled by politician Mia Love and journalist Mary Katharine Ham. The politician took to the panel today to talk about hot topics like Trump’s Republican party, the Gabby Petito tragedy, and telecommuting, and viewers had mixed reactions on her conservative talking points.
"The View" takes a look inside of the talk show with former and current co-hosts in the special podcast series, "Behind the Table," premiering on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.
Following a month-long summer hiatus, fans were once again able to take a little time to enjoy The View this week. The popular ABC daytime show returned on Tuesday with a few surprises in store for fans. For one, Tuesday's episode marked the first time since March of 2020 that Whoopi Goldberg, Sara Haines, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin were together in-person at the ABC studio. What's more, following Meghan McCain's departure from the show at the end of last season, the network has since decided to feature a rotating roster of celebrity and conservative guest hosts.
“The View” guest host Ana Navarro walks CNN’s Anderson Cooper through what happened after she and host Sunny Hostin both tested positive for Covid-19 and were removed from set on air. Navarro has since tested negative twice.
Former Rep. Mia Love, a Republican from Utah, will be the first guest host to fill Meghan McCain's chair on ABC's 'The View' when it returns Sept. 7.
The View is saying TGIF with a new twist in today’s programming. After Meghan McCain departed the show last season, Season 25 is employing a series of new techniques to fill the fifth chair on the panel. So far, that’s included Republican politician and political commentator Mia Love, who has taken the seat for both Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 8 and 9) episodes. Today, however, there’s a special treat in store for all diehard fans of The View: Star Jones is making a reappearance.
"The View was and is incredible and gave me so much. I don't feel anything negative about it," she said. Meghan McCain has no regrets about her departure from The View. In a new interview with DailyMailTV, McCain opened up about her decision to leave the daytime series, saying she was happy she got to exit on her "own terms."
In the latest "Behind The Table" episode, friends Sherri Shepherd and Sunny Hostin discuss becoming a part of "The View" panel, the ups and downs of co-hosting, and more.
Joy Behar is the The View's only remaining original co-host, and after 23 seasons at the daytime talk show, she's been involved in her fair share of heated debates and controversy. But for the 78-year-old comedian, it comes with the territory. "Well, I've gotten in trouble a few times on...
"The View" co-host Joy Behar on Wednesday dismissed the notion that Monica Lewinsky was a victim of her high-profile affair with former President Bill Clinton, declaring that instead Hillary Clinton and America are the ones who deserve the most sympathy. The daytime gabfest discussed Lewinsky as one of the first...
John Ruffo engineered one of the most outlandish frauds in American history — a $350 million swindle. But even after his arrest, no one really knew Ruffo. When the unassuming Brooklyn computer salesman pleaded guilty in 1998 and received a 17-year prison sentence, his story was just beginning. ABC Senior...
As The View panel stands at the moment, Joy Behar is currently the only original panel member still on the show. And the show just kicked off its 25th season this week, celebrating its silver anniversary, with Behar returning with moderator Whoopi Goldberg, as well as co-hosts Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin. She’s even set to have a reunion with former OG co-host Star Jones, who will make a reappearance as guest co-host this Friday (Sept. 10) on the show. But all things considered, is Behar’s tenure with The View coming to a close? Moreover, has she been fired?
25th Season of The View Will Feature Rotating Lineup of Guest Co-Hosts to Fill Seat Vacated by Meghan McCain
The 25th season of The View is set to return to its New York City studio on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and the landmark season will look a little different. Moderator Whoopi Goldberg and co-hosts Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and Sara Haines will host together in-studio for the first time since March 2020. Political commentator Ana Navarro continues in her role as guest co-host, making regular appearances throughout the season.