Rosie O'Donnell is officially returning to The View, TMZ reports. Representatives for O'Donnell and the show finalized an agreement Tuesday to bring the former co-host back, according to TMZ.
Now that The View is done cleaning house, the daytime chat fest is reportedly looking to a few familiar faces to fill those empty chairs.
The New York Post's Page Six reports that frequent guest host and comedian Mario Cantone has been offered a ...
Another one (sadly) bites the dust.
Just one month after bidding adieu to Elisabeth Hasselbeck, The View said goodbye to one of the show's original co-hosts, Joy Behar.
"Welcome to quite a monumental day on The View," Whoopi Goldberg said on Friday' show. "After 16 seasons..."
The View is sending of original co-host Joy Behar in style.
At a taping of Behar's final special tribute show, to air Friday, Aug. 9 on ABC, the 70-year-old comedienne was surprised by a slew of famous friends — including Regis Philbin, Joan Rivers and former View-er Meredith Vieira —to reminisce about her 16-year run. Emceed by rumored replacement Mario Cantone, who would be the show's first full-time male panelist, the episode closes with a special performance by Tony Bennett.
Parker Posey, Louie C.K.
Parker Posey is no stranger to TV — you recently saw her as Eli Gold's ex-wife on The Good Wife and Leslie Knope's painfully perfect ex-BFF on Parks and Recreation — but she lit up the screen the last two Thursdays as Liz, a neighborhood bookstore employee whose sharp wit and hyper-literate demeanor sparks our hero's interest on FX's Louie. Last night, they...
Mario Cantone is shy. (No, not really!) So when Erin Fox asked him what he thought of this year's Emmy winners, watch what he had to say about Ryan Seacrest, Jeff Probst, Bryan Cranston and Michael C. Hall.
Before I get into the main part of this episode the trip to Bora Bora I've got to begin by saying how happy I was that mama Maggie was featured so much. I never expected to enjoy watching the antics of an 87 year-old woman as much as I do, but this episode was very Maggie-centric, so I was loving every minute of it. Since Maggie is too frightened to fly these days and wasn't able to join Team Griffin on their trip to Bora Bora, she was still prominently featured before and after the trip. Now don't get me wrong. I still watch this show first and foremost because Kathy cracks me up. But after Mrs. Kathy, Maggie is my favorite.I will now tell you why this episode, one that mostly took place in Bora Bora, did not bore-uh bore-uh me, by, of course, listing the highlights: Setting the tone for the episode, Kathy was first seen doing stand-up and talking about her mother (which meant I was smiling right away). Kathy said she wanted to put together an "old person's surv...
The View by Steve Fenn/ABC
During an interview yesterday with Sex and the City's Mario Cantone, the ladies of The View seemed to get a little randy with each other. After Cantone remarked that "only lesbians" can win Daytime Emmys, the next thing you knew Whoopi and Joy dove into a loving, but tame, embrace. But Sherri and Elizabeth, on the other hand, really went for it so much that they ended up with legs in the air, knocking a chair off the stage. They must really want that award
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Gayle King by Stephen Lovekin/WireImage.com
Dont place your bets on a guy replacement when Barbara Walters and her colleagues on The View announce who will take the spots vacated by Rosie and at long last Star Jones Reynolds. Despite the presence of Joy Behars buddy Mario Cantone in the mix, TV Guide hears that his guest-hosting is more of a fun stunt than a tryout. When the winners are revealed, probably between July 9 and Aug. 2, we predict the show stays ladies only. As Elisabeth Hasselbeck told TV Guide, Women feel safe with women. Its justcomforting. Fans should keep their eyes on three candidates who have cohosted numerous times: Gayle King, who won raves for her Meredith Vieira-style moderating last week, Whoopi Goldberg and fellow funny lady Sherri Shepherd, who are cohosting July 9 and 13. There could be two African-American hosts, which would be great, says a source close to the show. King has one big plus going for her: She would probably bring some of her B...
Mario Cantone by Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.com
The latest buzz in "Who will replace Rosie?" land is that comedian Mario Cantone, a frequent guest on The View (and well-known to Sex and the City fans as Charlotte's bitchy pal), might be tapped to join the heretofore all-female panel. Responding to the People tale, Advocate editor Sean Kennedy tells the New York Post, "It makes sense to have a gay guy on the show after all these years." And again, we proactively mourn the loss of all that Barbara Walters-instigated heterosexual sex talk.