Aug 05, 2022
The View fans FURIOUS after show snubs loyal viewers during last episode of Season 25 in cruel move
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THE VIEW fans couldn't believe the popular morning talk show snubbed their loyal audience during the last episode of Season 25 in a cruel production move.
Fans were furious when they tuned in to The View's season finale only to realize the anticipated episode had been pre-recorded.5The View fans were fuming over the show snubbing their loyal fans for the series finaleCredit: Twitter/@TheView 5Fans were furious the episode had been pre-recorded as the hosts have already begun their vacationsCredit: Twitter/@TheView
At the start of the episode, sharp-eyed viewers caught a small square at the bottom of the screen which read: "recorded earlier."
Normally, the lively panel talk show happens live on television.
Fans were disappointed to discover the season finale was not live, as the show will be airing pre-corded episodes through September when the panelists return.
One fan exclaimed on Twitter: "Dang, they couldn't even make the last show live?!"Read More on The ViewWATCH IT! The View's Whoopi stuns fans with 'insulting' gesture during live showULTIMAT-MOM Meghan McCain says she'd never let her daughter go on The View
Another fan confirmed: "Yep, the ladies have started their vacation since today's show is pre-recorded!"
A third bashed: "This is a horrible season finale!"
Yet a fourth sadly remarked: "No live finale."
A fifth added a sad and angry emoji and placed it next to a screenshot of the "recorded earlier" sign on television to express their disappointment.Most read in Entertainment'SO TOXIC' Meghan McCain reveals cruel comment ex cohost said that made her quit The ViewDITCHING SISTERS? Duggar fans think Joy-Anna is FEUDING with sisters after spotting 'clue'THIN KIM Kardashian fans fear for Kim's health as she looks 'skinnier than EVER' in picsKIM-COMPLETELY DONE? Kim's fans spot big 'clue' she has split from Pete Davidson in new pic
Yet a sixth fan commented: "The ladies have started their vacation."
The View will be going on a break after this week and will return in September.WHOOPI ABROAD
Although Whoopi Goldberg was not on the panel for the season finale, she did share an early morning post on Instagram.
The star was flying Delta and made a video with a shoutout to the crew as she kicked off her vacation.
However, Whoopi did not reveal her final vacation destination.
Even though Whoopi was not a part of this last episode, she is set to return for season 26 along with other major casting updates.SWEET VIEW
Ana Navarro, Sunny Hostin and Alyssa Farah Griffin have all signed on to be full-time co-hosts of the panel alongside Whoopi, Joy Behar and Sara Haines.
Sunny signed a big multi-million dollar deal for three more years.
According to Variety, the contract will carry Sunny through Season 28 of the show.
Alyssa and Ana will be filling Megan McCain's seat after she left the show in 2021, although the new star wasn't fans' top choice.VIEWERS VOICE FRUSTRATION
Several viewers have slammed The View for its expected decision, with some even threatening to boycott the show.
One angry viewer said: "I get the feeling they will hire Alyssa full time. I’m not a fan at all. They should keep the rotating guest host."
Another fearful fan wrote on Twitter: “This may [be] the last week or days I watch.”
A third tweeted: “This might be my last 2 days watching #TheView if that wench is announced Thursday.”Read More on The US SunBEAUTY QUEEN MYSTERY JonBenét Ramsey cops urged to re-test DNA on 3 key pieces of evidencePICKERS' DREAM Inside American Pickers star Robbie's $225K store featuring vintage cars
The View has welcomed a rotating list of guest panelists, including the likes of Mia Love, Gretchen Carlson, Eboni K. Williams, Tara Setmayer, and Lindsey Granger, among others — since Meghan McCain departed the show last August.
Since the show launched in 1997, The View has largely remained unchanged, featuring a multi-generational female panel discussing the day's "Hot Topics" and news.5The View fans took to Twitter to air their frustrations that the panel was not going live before their month-long breakCredit: Twitter/@TheView 5Sunny Hostin has signed a three year contract to join as host for season 26Credit: Twitter/@TheView 5Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin are also set to join the panel full-timeCredit: Twitter/@TheView
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ESPN Analyst Disrespects Celtics Jayson Tatum
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Jayson Tatum ended the season as an All-Star and All-NBA first-team selection and helped lead the Boston Celtics to the NBA Finals, where they fell two games short against the Golden State Warriors.
However, on an August 5 airing of NBA Today, former NBA Champion Kendrick Perkins listed Tatum 4th on his “Top Five Under 25” list. While making a top-five list is certainly not a form of disrespect, the fact that Tatum was named fourth, one spot below Trae Young, is enough to leave you scratching your head.
Granted, Young is an exceptional offensive talent, who excels at both scoring and playmaking, but his defensive deficiencies are well documented, whereas Tatum has improved his defense to a borderline elite level and has drastically improved as a defensive rebounder too.
Perkins: list looks like this:
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Given Tatum’s recent post-season success, and genuine two-way ability (meaning he can play both offense and defense at a high level) it is fair to question why Morant and Young are both above him, given their one-dimensional game.Tatum Pays no Attention to What’s Said About Him
Being the face of a franchise often means you deal with increased media scrutiny, both from the local and national press – and Tatum is no different. In fact, throughout the NBA finals, Tatum was widely questioned for his subdued performances, despite clearly nursing a slight shoulder injury throughout the series.
Jaylen Brown finds himself in a similar position and has recently found himself in the media, courtesy of the current trade rumors surrounding him and Kevin Durant. However, during an August 5 appearance on the CelticsLab podcast, Tatum explained why he rarely pays attention to what’s said in the media.
“It’s just the world we live in, right? It always comes from an anonymous source. But it always makes ESPN or Twitter or whatever, and everybody sees it. So you never know what is true and what’s not true, but it gets people to talk about it, and I guess that’s the idea. They got what they wanted out of the deal, for people to talk about it and make speculations,” Tatum told Celtics Lab’s, Justin Quinn.Play
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Regardless of if Tatum or Brown are paying attention to the trade rumors, the fact remains that they’re continuing to float around the media sphere, and usually, when there’s this much smoke, there is some level of truth to the situation.
It’s also worth remembering that Brown is widely considered as the premium return in any deal for Durant, given most teams’ reluctance to trade for the aging superstar forward – primarily due to the Brooklyn Nets’ high asking price.
Bleacher Report’s Andy Bailey tends to agree with the notion that Brooklyn couldn’t do better than Brown, as he listed the Georgia native as the Nets ‘biggest prize’ should they decide to let their talismanic scorer leave before the season begins.
My strong bet is Kevin Durant for Jaylen Brown + “stuff” gets done.
Contextually it lines up really well for both teams.
— Doug Norrie (@DougNorrie) July 28, 2022
“Regardless of who goes with him, Brown appears likely to be the biggest prize in Brooklyn’s sights. The 25-year-old is coming off a playoff run to the Finals in which he averaged 23.1 points, 6.9 rebounds, 3.5 assists, and 2.5 threes. He’s made an All-Star team and he just finished 2021-22 tied for 15th in defensive win shares (a number typically dominated by big men),” Bailey wrote on August 3.
However, Brown still has two years left on his remaining deal and was a core part of what made the Celtics so difficult to defeat this past season – so it does seem unlikely Boston would meet Brooklyn’s current asking price.