Variety reported this weekend that the TV personality will co-host a third hour of ABC's "Good Morning America" alongside Michael Strahan this fall. The new "GMA" hour will replace canceled daytime series "The Chew."
According to the report, the new series will premiere Sept. 10 and air at 1 p.m. on weekdays.
ABC News announced last week that another "View" regular, Paula Faris, would be leaving the daytime talk show, too, so she can focus on more in-depth reporting for the network.
"She's expanding her reporting portfolio to cover the most consequential stories of the day, help lead the charge on breaking news and focus on key bookings," said ABC News president James Goldston in a memo to staff. "She'll continue to be an important part of the GMA family and appear across all of ABC News, and she's gearing up for the launch of a podcast on faith to explore what unites people of all backgrounds even in these divisive times. To have time to cover stories in-depth, Paula will leave the weekend editions of 'GMA' and 'The View' at the end of this season."
That leaves Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain as the remaining hosts this fall. No replacements for Faris or Haines have been announced yet.
"The View" has seen a lot of turnaround over the years, so these types of shakeups are not unusual. Most recently, Raven-Symoné left in the fall of 2016 after two seasons on the air to focus on Disney Channel series "Raven's Home," then "Fuller House" star Candace Cameron Bure left later that year to focus on acting, followed by Jedediah Bila saying goodbye in September of 2017.