You can contact The View via Twitter or through ABC’s website or feedback hotline. Because The View is such a popular show, the show’s staff receive many messages every day, so the odds of your comments being featured on the show are low — but not impossible. If you have technical questions about watching The View, they can also be answered on ABC’s website.
By contacting the show's staff via the official website, viewers are able to make their own observations or raise queries regarding the show's material. Go to the website and select the Contact page. Complete the fields asking for your personal details, including name, email address, city and state. Type the question, suggestion or comment in the box provided on the form and double-check it for accuracy, spelling and clarity. Lastly, click the blue Submit button on the bottom of the page to send it. The show's producers warn that, because they receive thousands of communications each day, it may take them some considerable time to respond personally to each message.
The popular American TV show is one of the longest-running national daytime talk shows in history. As of 2015, its format is three female presenters who discuss a variety of social and political issues, as well as celebrity and tabloid news, in an entertaining and informative manner. Whoopi Goldberg takes the role of moderator in the current series.
Feedback and Comments
If you want to share your thoughts on current events or the latest episode of The View, one of the convenient ways is Twitter. Just tweet @TheView, and your comment and handle could appear on The View. The benefit of this approach is that you can respond to segments on The View as they happen.
You can also contact The View through ABC’s website. While you can watch select episodes on The View’s webpage, ABC’s general feedback page is where you should go to leave feedback. Go to https://abc.com/feedback and select ABC programming feedback from the dropdown menu. Enter your contact information and select The View under “Show or Category.” You’ll have 500 characters to relay your message.
If you prefer to record your feedback, you can call (818) 460-7477 at any time on any day of the week. Select “1” for ABC, “2” to leave a comment, and the code “846” for your feedback to be directed to “The View.” You’ll have 30 seconds to record a message.
If you have a question about how to access ABC shows like The View, you can click on the same feedback page above and select the red-and-white robot icon in the bottom right corner. This will enable ABC’s The Good Bot, and automated response system that can answer many commonly asked questions.
If you need to speak to a person, you can access phone support seven days a week, 24 hours a day at (800) 230-0229. If you’d like to chat with an ABC representative, select “Go to Live Chat” in The Good Bot’s menu. It’s available all week between 9:00 a.m. and 19 p.m. EST.
Hosts of The View
The hosts on The View have changed often over the years. The original cast from 1997 to 1998 included Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Debbie Matenopoulos, Joy Behar and Barbara Walters. Lisa Ling replaced Matenopoulos for the third season of the show and left before Season Seven, at which point Elisabeth Hasselbeck premiered first as a guest host and then a permanent one.
Star Jones and Meredith Vieira both left the show after Season Nine. Rosie O’Donnell joined for one season, with a number of guest hosts filling for the fourth slot. Sherri Shepherd joined in Season Eleven after several guest appearances, with Whoopi Goldberg finally filling the last slot. Seasons 12 through 16 (2008 to 2013) kept the same lineup, with Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck finally leaving at the end of the period. Jenny McCarthy joined for Season 17, but she, Walters and Shepherd all left before the start of Season 18.
Nicolle Wallace, Rosie Perez and once again Rosie O’Donnell joined Goldberg for Season 18, with Perez and O’Donnell again leaving after one season. Raven-Symoné Christina Pearmen joined part way through the season. Behar returned along with new additions Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris joined for Season 19, although Wallace was let go, and Pearman ultimately left the show around the same time. Jedediah Bila and Sunny Hostin joined for Season 20. Bila left and was replaced with Meghan McCain for Season 21. Haines and Harris also left the show.
2020 saw Behar, Goldberg, Hostin, Huntsman and McCain as co-hosts. Huntsman later left.