View prepares to unveil the show’s latest co-host, ending the long search for Meghan McCain’s replacement. The show shared on Twitter today that they plan to announce the final official co-host later this week; the news comes after a year filled with guests battling it out alongside Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar and Sara Haines at the Hot Topics table.
In a video posted to Twitter today, View teased their upcoming co-host announcement. A voiceover in the short clip says, “Okay, there’s been a lot of talk, a lot of buzz there. Who will be the next co-host of View? Well, the wait is finally over. This Thursday, live, the official announcement only arrives on ABC View. Don’t miss it!”
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When View announce the replacement of Meghan McCain?
View plans to announce McCain’s official replacement on Thursday’s (Aug. 4) show. Tune in to 11/10c on ABC so you don’t miss a beat!
Who will replace Meghan McCain on View?
Although View plans to make an official announcement later this week, the news appears to have leaked late last month. outlets like The daily mail, People and Variety all reported in July that Alyssa Farah Griffin had been hired to replace McCain, who left View at the end of season 24.
Griffin, a conservative political commentator who previously worked in Trump’s White House, co-hosted View multiple times this season and is already a familiar face to fans. Despite rumors that she would be joining the series full-time, View declined to confirm or deny any stories regarding his hiring. Instead, a spokesperson for the show told Decider on July 26, “We don’t have a co-host announcement to make at this time. Stay tuned.”
how can i watch View Direct?
View only airs on ABC, so you’ll need network access to catch Thursday’s big announcement. While you can watch ABC through a traditional cable subscription through the ABC website, you can also stream the network on YouTube TV or Hulu + Live TV.
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