The show returns to its 24th season next week.
“View” Ready to stir things up a bit when it comes back to season 24.
ABC confirmed Friday that he is a former co-host Sarah Hines, Who previously sat at the table from 2016-2018, will return after the cancellation of “GMA 3: Strahan, Sarah & KK”.
“I grew up watching ‘The View’, and what this show means – different women, different backgrounds and different perspectives – speaks to my soul,” she said in a press release. “I feel like I ‘ve caught the shooting star twice. It’s a great honor to be once again part of a partnership, discussion and dissenting conversation with these powerful and strong women. I feel so lucky.”
Executive producer Brian Teta added: “Sarah has never stopped being part of the ‘The View’ family and we are once again very excited to join our talented co-hosts on the Warmth, Humor and Thoughtfulness panel.”
The show, which started filming from home amid the coronavirus epidemic before the summer break, continues that format … with a bit of adjustment.
Most of the co-hosts – including Happy Goldberg, Meghan McCain, Sunny Hostin And Joy Behar – Still visible from home, airing from the Hines show’s NYC studio. Ana Navarro It also appears regularly on Fridays throughout the season.
According to Expiration, McCain plans to go on maternity leave, but will be on display when the season begins. When her holiday begins, Teta promises to be “very nice guests … and a couple of surprising guest hosts” who will not lose the traditional perspective in her absence.
Premier Week guests include Sarah Huckabee Saunders, former Melania Trump aide Stephanie Winston Volkoff, Jane Fonda, Robin Roberts, John Kasich and Eva Longoria.
Audiences expect political coverage to increase with the election, with Dr. Jill Biden’s and behind-the-scenes performances and open invitations to Donald Trump, Mike Pence and others from the current administration.
“The View” returns September 8 on ABC.