California Senator Kamala Harris discusses Pres. Trump�s handling of the coronavirus crisis, weighs in on COVID-19's disproportionate impact on the African American community, and reacts to Sen. Bernie Sanders� presidential campaign suspension.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Trump�s threat to withhold funds from the World Health Organization, and more.
ABC News� chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl addresses the president�s reaction to his question during Monday�s briefing.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on White House trade adviser Peter Navarro arguing that he�s qualified to disagree with Dr. Anthony Fauci on the use of hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment, and more.
Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson shares what it was like to say a final farewell to the long-running series and how he�s paying tribute to playwright Terrence McNally who died of COVID-19.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the surgeon general�s comparison of the expected coronavirus surge to a Pearl Harbor and 9/11 moment, and more.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom discusses how he�s working with other governors during the coronavirus crisis and why he anticipates his state will rely on its own supplies rather than the federal government�s.
Then, former Trump Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert shares his thoughts on how the government has been handling the outbreak.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss how their dealing with missed milestones and life events, what they�re doing to take the edge off, and more.
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell shares her biggest concerns for the city amid the coronavirus crisis and her thoughts on Pres. Trump�s handling of the pandemic.
Then, New York based Dr. Craig Spencer, who battled Ebola in 2014, responds to Trump�s suggestion that supplies are being stolen from city hospitals and whether he thinks the coronavirus outbreak will subside in the summer.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss shaming states into stay-at-home orders, and more.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders shares what concerns him most amid the global pandemic and how he thinks Medicare-for-All will help Americans during the crisis. Plus, the presidential candidate explains why he plans to stay in the presidential race.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss if Pres. Trump�s abrupt change of tone about the coronavirus will make people accept the hard truths about the pandemic, and more.
Reality star turned advocate Kim Kardashian West shares what it�s been like to social distance with her family of six and be away from her sisters, opens up about her fight with Kourtney Kardashian and discusses her new documentary, The Justice Project.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question if essential workers such as employees of online delivery businesses should be treated like first responders, and more.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer addresses the president�s recent criticism against her and explains her plan to ensure poorer communities in Detroit get the help they need.
Then, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl describes the strangest moment he experienced in the White House briefing room during the outbreak and his reporting on Trump�s handling of the coronavirus.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to the president reversing his call to reopen businesses by Easter, extending the U.S. social distancing timeline, and more.
Former co-host Lisa Ling doubles down on her criticism of Pres. Trump using the term Chinese virus instead of COVID-19.
Then, Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen discuss how they�re managing quarantine life with their family and coping with social distancing.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question if hugs and handshakes will survive the pandemic, whether or not they�d shame someone for not following social distancing protocols, and more.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joins from lock down in Rome to explain what Americans can learn from Italy and how realistic it is to open the US by Easter.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to the Senate unanimously approving a $2 trillion bipartisan stimulus package in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and more.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer explains the deal reached by Senate leaders and the White House to save the national economy from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Then, outspoken businessman Mark Cuban shares what worries him most about the coronavirus outbreak and his advice to small businesses.
Plus, Meghan McCain returns to co-host for the first time since announcing her pregnancy!
Democratic presidential front-runner and former Vice President Joe Biden explains why misinformation is his biggest concern amid the COVID-19 crisis, how he�d help Americans during the global crisis, and more.
Plus, the co-hosts and guest co-host Sara Haines share how their life has changed since the pandemic and react to Pres. Trump hinting about plans to scale back his social distancing guidelines.
While Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has tested positive for COVID-19, he shares why he urges Florida spring breakers to go back home.
Then, America�s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel reacts to the pandemic as a germaphobe while self-isolating in his home.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Sara Haines question how the pandemic could impact the presidential election, and more.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren breaks down how the stimulus plan will help Americans and reacts to Trump�s handling of the pandemic and explains why she hasn�t yet endorsed a Democratic presidential candidate after suspending her own campaign.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Sara Haines weigh in on the president believing himself to be a �wartime president� in the fight against the novel coronavirus, and more.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar discusses the pandemic�s effect across the country and what her state plans to do in response.
Then, ABC News chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis explains why the banks are in a better place financially than they were in 2008.
Plus, Whoopi Goldberg co-hosts from her home along with guest co-hosts Sara Haines and Dan Abrams to discuss Pres. Trump labeling COVID-19 as a Chinese virus, Vanessa Hudgens' apology following her comments on the pandemic, and more.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine explains why he postponed primary voting in Ohio over coronavirus concerns and defends the delay.
Then, Dr. Mehmet Oz shares how the public can stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-hosts Sara Haines and Dr. Oz discuss Pres. Trump issuing stricter guidelines to halt coronavirus spread, and more.
Dr. Phil joins from his home to share tips on coping with the fear over coronavirus and how to talk to your kids about it.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on how the public is responding to the pandemic, and share their takeaways from Sunday�s Democratic debate, including Biden�s promise to choose a female vice president.
Star of Black Friday Regina Hall discusses politics, paranormal activity, and the new season of her show.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on whether Joe Biden�s Vice President pick should be a woman, the idea of prenups being a romantic gesture, and more.
Plus, Joy Behar shares she will be taking precautionary time off amid growing concerns of the coronavirus pandemic.
The co-hosts discuss if Pres. Trump's address to the nation over the COVID-19 outbreak calmed fears, Sen. Bernie Sanders saying he's staying in the race and if 'The Bachelor' star Peter Weber's mother was meddling in his relationship.
The former co-host of �The View� shares how two veterans decided to transform the lives of kids in America through the Positivity Project.
Actress and author of The Gift of Forgiveness Katherine Schwarzenegger dishes on newlywed life with Chris Pratt.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak and Harvey Weinstein's sentencing.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, who ran against Joe Biden, explains why he's supporting his former rival.
Then, actor Nick Offerman explains why people should stop genderizing and dishes on his latest show, Devs.
Plus, the man behind the legendary character C-3PO Anthony Daniels shares what it�s like to be a part of four decades of the space epic.
Riverdale star and New Zealand native K.J. Apa discusses his new film I Still Believe, plus what he remembers most about former co-star Luke Perry.
Then, News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton breaks down the latest headlines on the coronavirus outbreak.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss Trump's management of coronavirus, and more.
Former co-host Sara Haines returns to guest co-host, Chef Rocco Dispirito serves up comfort food approved for the popular keto diet from his new book, Rocco�s Keto Comfort Food Diet, and we kick off our Women's History Month series.
Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang reacts to Elizabeth Warren�s exit from the race, weighs in on what Joe Biden needs to improve in his campaign, and announces his new foundation.
Then, the star of Better Things Pamela Adlon shares daughter�s reaction to coronavirus, discusses politics and how the entertainment industry has changed through the years.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Andrew Yang discuss Sen. Chuck Schumer calling out the Supreme Court, a new dating app, and more.
Actor Jason Biggs discusses his solution for dad bod, online shopping habit, fatherhood and his new show, Outmatched.
In Hot Topics, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl and the co-hosts breakdown Super Tuesday�s results, react to Mike Bloomberg suspending his campaign, and discuss what's next for Elizabeth Warren.
ABC News Chief Legal Analyst and author shares what strikes him most about the novel coronavirus and breaks down Harvey Weinstein conviction.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question if Democrats are uniting against Bernie Sanders, and more.
After concern about coronavirus, the co-hosts cuts through the fear and misinformation with ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton to set the facts straight.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss comparing yourself to your ex's new flame, and more.
Actress Edie Falco explains why she�s drawn to strong, complicated female roles and shares what �Sopranos� memorabilia she took from the set.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Pres. Trump assigning Vice Pres. Mike Pence as lead of the U.S. Coronavirus response, if Joe Biden can make a comeback, and more.
Legendary Motown writers Eddie and Brian Holland are joined by the cast of Broadway�s Ain�t Too Proud for a special collaboration of their hit songs � plus a special appearance from the last surviving Temptations singer, Otis Williams.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the Democratic debate, Bloomberg�s partner�s response to NDAs, Coronavirus, and more.
Harvey Weinstein accuser Mimi Haley and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, discuss the disgraced movie mogul�s conviction.
Then, Shark Tank investors Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary share their take on the Democratic candidates.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts co-hosts react to the backlash Bernie Sanders received over an apparent defense of parts of Fidel Castro�s dictatorial reign in Cuba.
Rahm Emanuel, the former chief of staff to Barack Obama, discusses the possibility of Sanders becoming the Democratic nominee and the reason why other candidates aren�t dropping out of the race just yet.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss if Bernie Sanders' Nevada caucus win is a reckoning for the Democratic candidates, and more.
Former California Congresswoman Katie Hall discusses the risk of taking on a relationship with one of her staffers and her decision to resign from Congress.
Then, 16-year-old actress Storm Reid explains how she did fight scenes for The Invisible Man and why she decided to become an actress at such a young age.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Michael Eric Dyson react to President Trump replacing the head of national intelligence after a briefing on Russian interference in the 2020 election, and more.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren discusses her attacks on Michael Bloomberg during the debate and his apology for stop-and-frisk.
Then, Rep. Matt Gaetz explains why he thinks Pres. Trump should pardon Roger Stone.
Later, actor Nathan Fillion discusses his career path, including his telegram job before he started acting, and The Rookie.
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responds to criticism that Bernie Sanders' policies are too radical, shares her view of Michael Bloomberg�s campaign, and her reelection in November.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss Trump granting clemency to Rod Blagojevich and Michael Milken, and more.
Musician and actor Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent, is joined by Isaac Wright Jr. to share the inspiration behind his new legal drama series based on Wright's person experience, For Life.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Michael Bloomberg qualifying for Wednesday�s Democratic presidential debate after meeting the party�s latest qualification criteria, comedy returning to the White House Correspondents� Dinner, and more.
Stacey Abrams shares why she �would be honored� to run alongside the Democratic nominee and she�s focusing on voter suppression.
Then, actress Alison Brie shares the personal story behind her movie, Horse Girl, and the girl power behind the series Glow.
Later, David Alan Grier, Blair Underwood and Jerry O�Connell od A Soldier�s Play open up about the significance of the play�s revival.
Plus, Joy Behar shares her trip to the New York�s City Clerk�s office.
Joy Behar officiates a Valentine's Day wedding for a lucky couple in the audience in an impromptu wedding ceremony.
In Hot Topics, co-hosts discuss the tense exchanges between the former New York City mayor and the president, and more.
Former Vice President Joe Biden discusses the New Hampshire primary results, reacts to Mike Bloomberg's resurfaced audio, and addresses his willingness to testify in Pres. Trump's impeachment.
Then, Jill Biden joins to discuss why she took action after a heckler tried to interrupt her husband Joe Biden in New Hampshire, and the couple addresses Lindsey Graham's attacks on Hunter Biden.
Comedian Nick Kroll shared his experience in being a part of the first movie ever filmed on location of the Olympics, during the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Then, The Photograph co-stars Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield discuss the importance of telling black love stories and reveal who should make the first move in relationships.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Tuesday night�s New Hampshire primary victories, get a surprise visit from Janet Jackson, and are joined by Westminster Dog Show winner, Siba the Standard Poodle.
Presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar addresses her post-debate surge, the idea of Mike Bloomberg buying his way through the election, and her history as an attorney.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the battle of New Hampshire, most common nightmares, and more.
California Governor Gavin Newsom explains why he thinks his state is the most diverse and un-Trump state in America, and discusses why he's unconcerned about Pres. Trump retaliating against his state.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Tyra Banks react to Sunday night's Oscars, Amy Klobuchar calling out Pete Buttigieg's lack of experience at Friday night's Democratic debate, and more.
Country music superstar Shania Twain weighs in on Shakira and J. Lo�s Super Bowl halftime performance, extending her Las Vegas residency, and more.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Pres. Trump blasting his enemies at a White House press conference, inviting exes to your wedding, and more.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responds to an Iowa woman's request to pull her vote after learning Buttigieg was gay, why he's pro-choice, and addresses appealing to black voters.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss Mitt Romney's vote to convict President Donald Trump on the first article of impeachment, and more.
Actress, singer and fashion designer Jessica Simpson discusses how she overcame sexual abuse as a child and sobriety as an adult, which she details in her new memoir Open Book.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-hosts Alec Baldwin weigh in on Pres. Trump�s State of the Union address, the Iowa caucus, and more.
Margot Robbie, Rosie Perez, Jurnee Smollett, and Ella Jay Basco discuss their roles in the new film and what it means to create a female power DC film.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss delayed results in Iowa caucus, and more.
Due to the impeachment trial, there was no new episode of The View today. The co-hosts return tomorrow with Birds Of Prey stars Margot Robbie, Rosie Perez, Ella Jay Basco, Jurnee Smollett and Mary Elizabeth Winstead LIVE!
Multi-talented entertainer Wayne Brady discusses his new single Flirtin With Forever, winning The Masked Singer, and what it's like being a girl dad.
Then, chef Michael Symon prepares super easy game day dishes that are guaranteed to please your diverse crowd of eaters.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question is Republicans have successfully blocked witnesses from Pres. Trump's impeachment hearing, and more.
The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil explains why she�s not fully supportive of cancel culture fans out over Whoopi Goldberg, and discusses the mission of inclusivity behind I Weigh.
Then, In Living Color star Tommy Davidson talks about the possibility of a reboot and reminisces about the sketch comedy television series.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Pres. Trump�s impeachment attorney Alan Dershowitz arguing that reelection actions aren't impeachable, and more.
A key member of President Donald Trump�s legal team Alan Dershowitz discusses impeachable offenses and responds to questions on calling witnesses to the impeachment trial.
Comedian Ilana Glazer explains her voter empowerment dance parties, discusses her stand up special, The Planet is Burning, and shares her thoughts on generational gaps.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell reportedly telling Republican senators that he doesn't currently have votes to block witnesses at Pres. Trump's Senate impeachment trial, and more.
Rev Run and Justine Simmons open up about their secrets to keeping their 25-year marriage fresh and what drove and what drove them to write their book, Old School Love.
Then, those close to Botham Jean, Antwon Rose and Danroy Henry discuss their next steps for justice with the NFL and Roc Nation.
In Hot Topics, Pres. Trump�s lawyers focusing on the Bidens at Monday�s impeachment trial, and more.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Mikhl and Millie Baran open up about their story of escaping one of the darkest chapters in world history and coming to America.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts remember basketball legend Kobe Bryant after the tragic helicopter accident that took his life, along with his 13-year-old daughter and seven others.
Comedian Susie Essman shares stories about her early days in comedy with Joy Behar and Larry David, and discusses the newest season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Then, actor, screenwriter and director Tim Robbins discusses his new play, The New Colossus, that addresses immigration.
In Hot Topics, Jon Karl joins the co-hosts to discuss the biggest takeaways from the impeachment trial thus far, and more.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews shares the best anniversary story about his wife of 30 years, Rebecca King-Crews, and the new season of America's Got Talent.
Then, former co-host Paula Faris opens up about her whirlwind year, and discusses her podcast Journeys of Faith.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss if Adam Schiff opening arguments in the impeachment trial helped to sway the public, and underrated pick up lines, and more.
House impeachment manager Rep. Val Demings discussed the Senate impeachment trial.
Then, Star Trek: Picard star Patrick Stewart officially invited former co-star Whoopi Goldberg to join season 2 of the series.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Hillary Clinton�s response to criticism after claiming �nobody likes� Sen. Bernie Sanders, and more.
Comedian, actor and judge of The Masked Singer Ken Jeong discusses his return to stand-up comedy and his new movie, Elsewhere.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss Mitch McConnell's plans for a speedy impeachment trial, Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's SAG Awards reunion, and more.
Tyler Perry discusses creating his entertainment empire, and shares why he�s waiting to get behind a presidential candidate.
Then, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings explains why she decided to run for her late husband�s congressional seat and how she found strength after his passing.
Plus, Billy Porter and choirs from the Cardinal Shehan School Community and Krieger Schechter Day School pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. by joining in song.
Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts discusses her journalism journey, time at ABC News, and executive producing Stolen By My Mother.
Then, MSNBC anchor Alicia Menendez discusses unsolicited advice, and her new book The Likability Trap.
Plus, the co-hosts look back at Abby Huntsman�s time on The View as she departs the show to join her father�s campaign for governor of Utah.
Actor Josh Gad opens up about how his daughter inspired his role for Olaf in Frozen 2, and his new shows Avenue 5 and Central Park.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to the newly-released audio of the tense exchange between presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and more.
Former New York City mayor and 2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg shares his thoughts on Tuesday night�s debate, addresses the controversial stop-and-frisk policy, and his refusal to release women who�ve worked at his company from confidentiality agreements.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss their takeaways from the first Democratic debate of 2020, and more.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer addresses President Trump retweeting doctored photo of him and Nancy Pelosi standing in front of an Iran flag, and discusses articles of impeachment.
Then, comedian Leslie Jones discusses royals, Game of Thrones, and her new stand up comedy special, Time Machine.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss sources claiming Sen. Sanders said a woman can't win presidential election to Sen. Warren, and more.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee talks about the articles of impeachment facing President Trump, and why he believes the president�s decision to authorize the killing of Iran�s top general may not be justified by the intelligence.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on how Bloomberg might spend $1 billion to beat Trump.
Plus, our very own Abby Huntsman shares a special announcement.
ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jen Ashton weighs in on flu myths, the controversial virginity test on T.I.�s daughter, and her book, The Self-Care Solution.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on the royal fallout as reports say Prince Harry and Meghan Markle defied a request from Queen Elizabeth before the announcement, their thoughts on what sex education, and more.
Actor Michael B. Jordan shares why his new movie, Just Mercy, was important to him, and how he hopes to cultivate change in TV and film.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Harry and Meghan's controversial announcement to �step back as senior members� of Britain�s royal family, and more.
2020 hopeful Andrew Yang addresses the recent events between Iran and the United States. The presidential candidate is joined by his wife Evelyn to discuss his 2020 run, their son�s autism spectrum diagnosis, and their thoughts on him possibly taking a vice president role.
Then, international chef Jamie Oliver serves up meat-free dishes from his �Ultimate Veg� cookbook.
Plus, the co-hosts react to Iran strikes on Iraq bases.
Judge Judith Sheindlin discusses why she�s supporting former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for president.
Then, ABC News political director Rick Klein weighs in on tensions with Iran following the U.S. airstrike that killed the Iranian commander.
Plus, the co-hosts discuss the Golden Globes, including host Ricky Gervais� comments about Hollywood.
Mad About You stars Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt share what it was like to reboot their beloved show 20 years later.
Then, Darlene Love performs her song Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) along with special guest Jason DeRulo.
Plus, Joy Behar brings joy to The View with her lasagna!
Director Greta Gerwig shares what it was like to recreate the film Little Women with an award-winning cast, including Meryl Streep.
Then, creator of The 1619 Project Nikole Hannah-Jones and Station 19 star Boris Kodjoe put a spotlight on the consequences that still resonate 400 years after America�s shameful legacy of slavery began.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to President Donald Trump becoming the third president in U.S. history to be impeached.
Stars of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Rachel Brosnahan and Luke Kirby discuss their roles in the hit show and viewers� reactions to their characters.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Trump�s personal six-page letter to Nancy Pelosi, and more.
Award-winning actress Charlize Theron discusses her latest film, Bombshell, and explains how she relates to her character, former Fox anchor Megyn Kelly.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin getting booed for explaining her decision to support impeachment during tense town hall, and more.
Actor Robert De Niro speaks out on the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, and discusses his latest role in The Irishman with director Martin Scorsese.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss top Democrats condemning Mitch McConnell�s comments, Hallmark Channel backlash, and more.
Businessman and 2020 hopeful Tom Steyer discusses his campaign, impeachment, and the story behind his infamous plaid tie.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz bringing up Hunter Biden�s history with drugs, Boris Johnson�s UK win, and more.
The �Jumanji: The Next Level" star reveals how he celebrated turning 50 and shares how comedian Kevin Hart is doing after his September car accident.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Nikki Haley explaining her Confederate flag comments, Pres. Trump mocking 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg, and more.
Actress Lupita Nyong�o discusses her latest projects and accomplishments, including her feature in Ciara�s song, Melanin, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Then, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken perform their rendition of O Holy Night.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss Pres. Trump slamming Democrats and FBI at a rally, and more.
The co-hosts meet the siblings who lost their parents to cancer and open up about their 20-year-old sister�s mission to raise the family. Plus, they receive a heartwarming surprise.
In Hot Topics, co-hosts discuss if the recent jobs report showing employment growth will help the president�s chances of reelection in 2020.
Actor John Lithgow explains how he prepared for his portrayal of former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes in the new Bombshell movie.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to how the Joe Biden handled a tense confrontation with a man at an Iowa town hall, the surfaced video of a migrant teen�s death, and more.
Grammy-nominated artist Josh Groban dishes about his Radio City Music Hall residency and opens up about how he handled his anxiety.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Nancy Pelosi telling the House to proceed with impeachment against President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump's criticism of constitutional scholar Pamela Karlan, and more.
Author Michael Eric Dyson breaks down the differences between Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg amongst black voters and discusses his book JAY-Z: Made in America.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to Sen. Kamala Harris suspending her campaign, discuss what her next move could be, and more.
Dennis Quaid tells us about his recent engagement and shares what it�s been like having his son Jack follow in his footsteps as an actor.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on former Vice President Joe Biden�s new slogan and Time�s Up calling out NBC over Gabrielle Union�s departure from America�s Got Talent.
Minnesota Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar discusses the impeachment inquiry, and Mike Bloomberg entering the 2020 race.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss what Democratic voters want in a presidential candidate, and more.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Pres. Trump saying Rudy Giuliani didn�t act on his behalf with Ukraine dealings and Mayor Pete Buttigieg addressing his past controversial comments.
Plus, the cast of Disney On Ice: Road Trip Adventures performs one of their Mary Poppins numbers.
LL Cool J looks back on the confidence it took to debut his first album over 30 years ago and the success of his show NCIS: Los Angeles. Plus, 14-year-old mixed-ish star Arica Himmel discusses her breakout role in the hit sitcom.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on T.I. saying his comments on his daughter�s virginity were misconstrued and more.
Tim Allen discusses his show Last Man Standing and how standup comedy has changed over his career. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg announcing his 2020 run and more.
Country music icon Dolly Parton tells us why she thinks she�s had such a universal appeal over the years, and talks her new show her new show, Heartstrings.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts look back on the weak of impeachment hearings and discuss if they have changed public opinion.
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis explains why her latest project �Knives Out� is a timely movie, and opens up about her addiction.
Then, Mark Ruffalo and real-life hero Robert Bilott discuss the story behind Ruffalo�s new film �Dark Waters,� and Bilott�s new book �Exposure.�
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss their takeaways from Gordon Sondland�s testimony from the impeachment hearings, winners and losers from the Democratic debate, and more.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter discusses her role as Princess Margaret in �The Crown� series and the real life pressures on royals today.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Mayor Pete Buttigieg surpassing Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in a new Iowa poll, Michael Bloomberg�s apology for the �stop-and-frisk� policing strategy in New York City, and more.
Due to coverage of the public impeachment hearings, �The View� was nationally preempted Friday and there was no new episode. Monday, join us as we talk to Helena Bonham Carter to discuss the highly anticipated new season of �The Crown.�
�The View� celebrates Whoopi Goldberg�s birthday with a performance from Broadway�s �Ain�t Too Proud� cast, Whoopi�s favorite things, and more.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts look at the top moments from the first day of impeachment hearings, and more.
�The View� was nationally preempted Wednesday and there was no new episode due to ABC News coverage of the public impeachment hearings. �The View� returns live Thursday as we celebrate Whoopi Goldberg�s birthday, including a special performance from the cast of broadway�s �Ain�t Too Proud.�
Actress Kristen Bell, who voices the character Anna, on �Frozen 2� discusses breaking the mold of romantic love in the film and her new Disney+ show, �Encore.�
Then, actor Jeff Goldblum shares about his family, social media presence and new show, �The World according to Jeff Goldblum� on Disney+.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts send former Pres. Jimmy Carter best wishes for a speedy recovery after being hospitalized, and more.
Director and author of �It�s Garry Shandling�s Book� Judd Apatow weighs in on the 2020 race, discusses his marriage to Leslie Mann and daughter Maude Apatow�s acting career.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss allegations from President Donald Trump�s former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley�s upcoming memoir.
Plus, �The View� salutes the dedicated men and women who served in the U.S. armed forces and remember those they knew who served.
Actress Kaley Cuoco shares about becoming a New Yorker, her marriage, and what it was like to be the voice behind Harley Quinn in the new adult animated �Harley Quinn� series.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on how former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg could change the crowded Democratic field in 2020, and more.
�The View� makes history as they celebrate their 5,000th show!
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle discussed his father�s call with Ukraine�s president, as well as his decision to tweet an article with the alleged whistleblower�s name, Trump Jr.�s new book �Triggered,� and more.
Plus, the co-hosts get a surprise visit from former executive producer, Bill Geddie.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard pushes back on those she says insinuated she�s a �Russian asset� after Hillary Clinton implied, without naming names, that a female 2020 candidate is a �favorite of the Russians.�
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on the close race between Democrat Andy Beshear and GOP Matt Bevin for governor of Kentucky, and more.