It’s the end of an era in broadcast journalism — legendary newswoman Barbara Walters is retiring next summer after a remarkable 52 years on TV. Walters made her formal announcement Monday on “The View,” where the 83-year-old journalist got emotional and wiped away tears as she explained her decision to step down after a video […]
Barbara Walters will retire after giving herself one more season on “The View,” she announced in a statement released late Sunday night.
On “The Tonight Show” Friday night, Sherri Shepherd said Elisabeth Hasselbeck is not leaving “The View” and Barbara Walters is not retiring — at least not yet. Watch …
Barbara Walters addressed the rumors about her retirement in the first moments of “The View” Monday morning, saying she has “no announcement” to make about that.
After a legendary 52-year career in broadcast journalism, Barbara Walters is getting ready to announce her retirement in the coming weeks, Deadline.com is reporting. Walters, 83, plans to retire in May 2014, according to Deadline, who claims that ABC has a plan in place to send Barbara off in style. The face of ABC News […]
“The Tonight Show” and “The View” are TV’s top battlegrounds at the moment. Read our analysis as we try and answer the question: What’s next? Details …
Despite Barbara Walters’ strong public statement to the contrary, Elisabeth Hasselbeck may still be ending her run on “The View,” according to a published report.
In case you missed it, Joy Behar revealed her Top 10 Reasons for Leaving “The View” on Monday’s show, and they were pretty hilarious.
Now hear this: Joy Behar is leaving, Elisabeth Hasselbeck is staying. That’s the word from Barbara Walters herself who set the record straight Monday on “The View.”
The ladies of “The View” plan to discuss Joy Behar’s exit on Monday’s show, but now there’s a related “Hot Topic” — Elisabeth Hasselbeck is also reportedly leaving. So what happens now?