Articles for The View Season 11

The View returns live today, September 4 at 11am ET.  Co-hosts Barbara Walters, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and award-winning actress-comedian Whoopi Goldberg, the highly anticipated new addition to the multiple award-winning program, kickoff season 11 with special guest star Danny DeVito. DeVito, who serves as Goldberg‘s first guest on The View, made headlines over his appearance on the show last November to promote his movie Deck the Halls.  His interview became controversial, however, when he told incoherent stories to the amusement of the audience about his night of drinking with friend George Clooney. Read more »
This morning on The View, the hosts announced the nominees for the 35th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards.  Stars from All My Children, Days of our Lives, One Life To Live, Guiding Light, and As the World Turns were on hand to present the nominations.  Noticeably missing from the morning‘s festivities were cast members from General Hospital, who were overlooked in several of the acting categories.  The View scored a nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Hosts, among others.  The Daytime Emmy Awards will air June 20th on ABC at 8pm ET from Hollywood‘s Kodak Theater.  At the ceremony, Regis Philbin will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. Read more »
Rosie O‘Donnell is returning to TV and she‘s determined to make her mark at primetime with her new show called Rosie‘s Variety Show.  The former moderator of The View will host the said program live from New York at 8pm ET/PT on November 26.  The one-hour event, which will air on NBC, is considered as a precursor to a regular variety skein fronted by O‘Donnell that would bow in the new year.According to Variety, Rosie‘s Variety Show will feature celebrity appearances, musical appearances and comedy sketches. Read more »
Philip Johnson was just a regular teenager until he was spotted by Rosie O‘Donnell, comedian and former host of the award-winning talk show The View.  According to The Associated Press, the 17-year-old senior student at Cass Technological High School was eating lunch at a popular downtown eatery called Small Plates when O‘Donnell saw him and asked whether he would like to try out for a film, thinking that he had a face that belonged in pictures.  He took a screen test the next day and won the title role.Now, Philip Johnson will be working with the former View host in America, a film based on the E.R. Frank book of the same name about a 16-year-old boy in the foster-care system.  O‘Donnell, whose recent credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Queer as Folk, and Nip/Tuck, will be playing the therapist to the title character, and will be serving as executive producer to the project as well. Read more »
It‘s been roughly three years since Rosie O‘Donnell gave viewers a piece of her mind on The View but it looks like fans have not seen the last of "The Queen of Nice." According to Showbiz 411, the 48-year-old comedian is planning to return on daytime TV in the fall of 2011 in attempt to fill the void when Oprah Winfrey officially pulls the plug on her award-winning program to focus on her OWN network. Read more »
This season of Dancing with the Stars just got a lot less interesting with Pamela Anderson getting the boot this week, which leaves us with our top five: Nicole Scherzinger, Evan Lysacek, Erin Andrews, Chad Ochocinco and Niecy Nash.On this edition of our Dancing with the Stars news roundup: Elizabeth Hasselbeck backtracks, Tony Blair could go Dancing, and just how do the remaining celebs and pro feel about losing the Baywatch bombshell? Read more »
Today, Bethenny Frankel was a guest on The View. She answered questions about her new show, Bethenny Getting Married, her old show Real Housewives of New York City and about how she managed to lose the baby weight after giving birth only 5 weeks ago. There‘s also a totally cute photo of her holding her new baby girl.Bethenny also defended herself when people wanted to know if she was using reality TV inappropriately. Check this out: Read more »
Seemingly in answer to ABC‘s The View, CBS is currently crafting an all-female talk show to replace As The World Turns. The series is the brain-child of Sara Gilbert (Roseanne), and will star Julie Chen (Big Brother), Holly Robinson Peete (Celebrity Apprentice, Hangin‘ with Mr. Cooper), Sharon Osbourne (America‘s Got Talent), Leah Remini (King of Queens) and Marissa Jaret Winokur (Hairspray) as her co-hosts on the series that will "examine topical events and contemporary issues through the eyes of mothers," according tothe CBS press release confirming the pick-up. I say "seemingly," but in truth, the series sounds exactly like a younger (aka no Barbara Walters or Joy Behar), Hasselbeck-less version of The View, just with a more direct mommy-slant.  Beyond the expected guest interviews with entertainers and newsmakers," the intrepid celeb-moms will also shoot "live remotes from the field," and broadcast "personal home footage," presumably of their adventures in mommy-dom.What‘s exciting about the series is the combination of funny (Gilbert), loud-mouthed (Osbourne, Remini) and theatrical (Winokur) personalities they‘ve got signed on. Plenty of potty-training talk is sure to go on--but plenty of potty-mouthed tirades will ensue, too. We hope.Sounds like Gilbert and CBS have got the formula all figured out, but one essential element is yet missing from the pitch: What to call this daily morning mom-fest?  Read more »
In today‘s casting roundup, a comedy series makes way for several rivals while someone might come between a blossoming romance. Read on to find out more.  Read more »
With only a little more than two weeks before the Dancing with the Stars season 14 cast is announced, it‘s high time that we start paying attention to some of the DWTS casting rumors floating around out there. Who might we see on the dance floor this spring? Which rumors seem more realistic than others. Keep reading for the full rundown on the Dancing with the Stars season 14 rumors. Read more »
I‘m checking in tonight with your easy to digest (but not always easy to chew) news bits that we call, obviously, Buddy Bites. Let‘s begin with news that has not gone down well with some people... Read more »
The new cast of Dancing with the Stars will be announced Tuesday, February 28 during Good Morning America on ABC, but today TMZ has learned the identities of three of the stars who will be dancing with this.  Read more »
Every season, speculation runs rampant about which celebrities will take the stage of Dancing with the Stars. Will the show get big, popular stars? Who will be a surprise? During the Tuesday airing of Good Morning America, ABC announced the Dancing with the Stars season 14 cast. Keep reading to learn all of the celebrity names as well as their professional dancing partners. Read more »
In this quiet period before Dancing with the Stars season 14 begins, it‘s good to take a moment to learn a little bit more about the celebrities ready to compete. Which stars have charisma? Which are competitive? Which are just plain lovable. Without a show to tell us, these questions can be difficult to answer. That‘s why videos of stars like Jaleel White and Sherri Shephard are excellent getting-to-know-you tactics. Keep reading to see what these two DWTS competitors had to say. Read more »
The simple answer is, of course, scoring. But there‘s probably more to it. Why exactly did Sherri Shepherd get eliminated in Dancing with the Stars week 4? Read more »
When award nominations go out, Community gets ignored. That‘s how it works, right? Apparently that‘s not precisely true anymore -- Community leads all shows in the Critics‘ Choice Television Award nominations with a total of six nominations. Check out all the nominees here! Read more »
We‘re used to the cast members of The Real Housewives of New Jersey being quite the drama queens when it comes to their show, but now it seems that the ladies have crossed over into starting drama on daytime television when they brought their feud to an episode of The View last week.  Read more »
The People‘s Choice Award nominations for 2013 have been revealed, and oddly enough, the People‘s Choices have very little in common with actual ratings.  Read more »
The nominations have been announced for the 2014 People‘s Choice Awards.Glee leads the pack with eight nominations, including Favorite Network TV Comedy and nods for Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch and Lea Michele. Both The Big Bang Theory and Grey‘s Anatomy come in second with five nominations each, and How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, Castle, The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries all have four. Read more »

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