"The Chew" to be replaced by third hour of "Good Morning America"


#1

#2

There was a talk show about cooking on a major network? It sounds like a tool used to torture people during the middle ages.


#3

:laughing::laughing:

You’re actually not far off.


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#5

To be honest, I can’t say that I’ll be missing The Chew too much. However, my mother has been a fan of the show.


#6

Although I like cooking shows, I never warmed to ‘The Chew’ - there was a feeling of mandatory cheerfulness and relentless bonhomie among the hosts that I found oppressive and phony.


#7

Well, tomarin, it doesn’t help matters that Mario Batali was eventually booted from the show amid sexual-misconduct allegations.


#9

Yeah, the other hosts couldn’t carry the weight at that point. (Thanks, I’ll be here all week, don’t forget to tip your waitresses.)


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“Life goes on, and I’m moving on to the next thing, but I hope the soaps that are still running will thrive. They have millions of loyal viewers.” - Susan Lucci


#11

Fascinating. One random show is replaced by another. :roll_eyes:


#12

i saw snippets of the show while channel
surfing and i didn’t care for it, but i am not into cooking shows. i definitely didn’t find anything likeable about the people on the show. rather boring.


#13

What a tragedy!


#14

I enjoyed the show. There wasn’t any politics, nastiness, nudity or vulgarity. As someone who has to cook week after week (what a chore that is, year after year) to have chefs talk about Thanksgiving and meal options, and Christmas, and lightening up in the New Year, etc, It was very helpful! I probably saved some lives by purchasing their digital thermometer that will beep for you when the temp has been reached without opening the oven door. Who knew? A lot of us had to learn to cook on our own and who wouldn’t love to have a chef to help you out through the year with the special occasions that come up. And the ordinary daily grind. With some humor. I would wish they stayed on and some other nasty shows were cancelled.
I wish them all the best and I hope they land on their feet in a new direction.


#15

Didn’t care much for the show but it was a welcome distraction from the political tweeting.


#16

What exactly was “The Chew”? Was it like “The View” only with food?

I never watch these shows except for when they’re playing on the waiting room TV at the auto repair place while I’m waiting for them to get done with my car.


#17

Never watched it before but based on your description I didn’t miss much.
If it were America’s Test Kitchen that’s getting cancelled…


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#19

Boy!I’m really out of the loop!This is the first I’ve ever heard about this program😳


#20

What’s more fascinating is that Max is actually engaging in one of his threads this time.


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