|Whoopi Goldberg and Raven-Symone are considering an exit from daytime agitation program The View.|
The famed entertainer and moderator of ABC's The View is considering an exit from the show.
She may not be the only leaving as well. The former Cosby kid, Raven-Symone could be on her way out too.
Mediaite reports that ABC big wigs are hoping that Whoopi Goldberg and Raven-Symone (Pearlman) may stick around. Contract negotiations are being worked out and they are having some ice melt throughout the cold tension building up there.
Whoopi is asking for a little more pocket change in order to stay. ABC big wigs might consider the option.
Whoopi has been the host and chief moderator of the hit daytime show. It's struggling against Julie Chen, Melissa Gilbert and Sharon Osbourne's CBS daytime show The Talk.
Whoopi along with Raven-Symone, Paula Faris, Joy Behar, and Candace Cameron-Bure have hosted the show throughout the 2015-16 season.
If Whoopi bounces from the show, who are they planning on bring onto the program. I mean it's difficult to replace a fixture that's hosted the seat since 2007. You know the 2005-07 season was one of The Views most controversial.
Former hosts Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck have often sparred on the show and it generated huge ratings. O'Donnell who engaged in a feud with Donald Trump was being trashed by Fox News.
Hasselbeck who appeared on Fox programs was defending rhetoric from that annoying conservative agitator Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Trump. It led a major fallout between the two and Whoopi had to come in and save the show.
Hasselbeck joined Fox News in 2012 and left late last year. ABC might consider rehiring the controversial agitator back to the seats. At least she won't be the odd woman out. Co-host Candace Cameron-Bure and guest host Melissa Joan Hart are conservative and they've often clashed with the women on issues.
Raven-Symone is a former child star who joined The View in spring 2015. She formally took on the role as pop culture agitator in the fall. She cause a bit of controversy when she defended the McKinley, Texas cop who slammed a girl on the ground. She defended the South Carolina sheriff's deputy who flipped a girl out of her seat. She said she wouldn't hire any "Black sounding" names to her companies. She said that people comparing First Lady Michelle Obama to an ape or transexual is perfect fine.
There were calls to have Raven-Symone fired out the cannon. ABC said that they're willing to keep her on if she chooses to stay.