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THE CHEW Tapes Final Episode, The Swan Song Airs Tomorrow


After previously reporting that The Chew, the series that replaced All My Children on the ABC daytime line-up, was cancelled, the cooking show taped its final episode this morning in New York City, with the farewell installment to air tomorrow Friday, June 15th.

The Chew premiered on September 26, 2011, celebrating life through food – from cooking and home entertaining to exploring food trends and creating original ideas for holiday events.

The remaining co-hosts: Michael Symon, Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall will have bittersweet moments as they say their goodbyes beginning at (1PMEST/12PMPST)  Over seven seasons, the show has aired 1500 episodes.

On social media, the official Chew Twitter account posted a teaser for tomorrow: “The very first episode of aired on September 26, 2011, and with 1500 shows later, the final taping is officially in the history books! Tune in tomorrow for our special farewell. You seriously don’t want to miss it. We love you , , and !

So will you tuning into see how they go off the air? Comment below.


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I don’t care ..
I don’t watch cooking shows, they are bad for peoples health.
They watch what is the artery clogger of the day and then prepare it.
Not to mention the poundage accumulation from preparing and eating that stuff.

It should have been cancelled years ago.Absolute,mindless junk,nobody cooks in this country.We are the fattest country on earth because nobody cooks.These food shows are the cheapest garbage to produce.However, the ratings were so bad that abc was not making a profit.In september when good morning america in the afternoon starts,it will be trump coverage everyday.In the fall of 2019 nbc will put today in the afternoon at 1pm.

Yeah, and it was “Obama TV” for the eight years to! Get over it!

Oh my, here come the politics

Well, that is not true, many people cook in this country. Sadly, it appears the “new generation” would rather eat out and buy food that maybe someone dropped on the floor and put it back on the plate, etc. Cooking your own food is much healthier than eating out, besides everyone cannot afford the ridiculous prices restaurants charge for meals.

daytime is horrible…too much news and talk shows!!!

Talk. game, cooking show are all daytime can afford to air.
Those shows have no casts to pay usually a host or two and no scriptwriters etc.
daytime tv is Junk TV.
I can’t imagine anybody recording a daytime show to watch later ..
(the soaps are the one and only exceptions)

Cheap junk is daytime tv

I agree with you, too much garbage talk shows. We need OLTL and AMC back on Daytime

Whatever. Now go away. GOOD RIDDANCE!!!!!

Bah ha ha ha! This made me laugh because I could just hear your delivery, Jaybird. I agree–even the picture of these three caterwauling foodies irritated me. It’s like I could hear them screaming just from looking at the picture.

Amen to you jaybird, Carla Hall was annoying as hell.

Absolutely, Jaybird!

Now bring back something worth watching…..ALL MY CHILDREN AND ONE LIFE TO LIVE!!!!!

Unless it stars the Kardashians, sorry, it will never happen!

Thank god, the Chew finally got cancelled. Good riddance. Carla Hall is very annoying.

Amen! And they had to stick her on GH!

Right on, Timmm! That was soooo unnecessary!

When I heard Carla Hall was coming on GH, I first thought Frank contacted Ellen Holly to reprise her OLTL character — now that would have been worth watching!

Well, they had a good run and lasted longer than I thought they would. Good luck to all three chefs especially Carla, formerly a contestant on Top Chef years ago, baby, you’ve come a long way. Happy Trails.

Get rid of the view (that show isnt worthy of capital letters) and I’ll be thrilled. We have enough news to cover everyone’s political orientation. Bring back the classic soaps; even if a half hour each.

I am so glad that The Chew FINALLY GOT THE AX!!!!! I DO NOT LIKE cooking shows!!!!! And, besides, at age 50, I already know how to CHEW MY FOOD…LOL!!!!!


I never liked it
I called it the screw!!
Cause I screwed up and canceled my favorite 2 soap operas !

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‘Entertainment Tonight’s’ Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner Back as Hosts for 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

CBS and The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced on Thursday that Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner are set to return as hosts for the upcoming 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, airing live on Friday, June 7 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+*.

This marks the third Daytime Emmys in a row that the ‘ET’ combo has hosted the festivities, having done son in 2022 and 2023.

In addition, Frazier and Turner are also nominated this year for Daytime Emmys in the Outstanding Daytime Personality- Daily category. That is in addition to ‘ET’ being in the running for Outstanding Entertainment News series.

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Frazier has been co-host with Entertainment Tonight since September 2014. Previously, he was co-host and managing editor of The Insider and a correspondent and weekend host of ‘ET.’

As for Turner she has been the co-host of ‘ET’ since 2021. Nischelle first joined the entertainment news program as a correspondent back in 2014. Turner is an award-winning journalist with ‘ET’, and often lends her voice to entertainment and political news shows, along with joining their coverage on the Grammys, Golden Globes and Oscars. She was previously was an entertainment contributor for CNN.

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This year marks the 18th time CBS has broadcast the Daytime Emmy Awards, more than any other network. The show will broadcast live from the Westin Bonaventure in downtown Los Angeles.

So, what do you think about Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner returning as the hosts of the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards? Comment below.

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Patrick Mulcahey OUT as General Hospital Co-Head Writer

After various reports surfaced, it has been confirmed that Patrick Mulcahey is out as the co-head writer of General Hospital. This is after a very short tenure of under five months.

Mulcahey was named to the position back in January of 2024 along with longtime GH writer Elizabeth Korte. They replaced the team of Chris Van Etten and Dan O’Connor, who had been the head scribes of the long-running ABC daytime drama since 2019.

A source informed Soap Opera Digest that stories created by the co-head writing team of  Mulcahey/Korte team will air through mid-summer. However they added “There will be more news to share at a later date as to the composition of the new writing team.”

In addition, eagle-eyed soap fans have seen that in recent episodes former co-head writer, Chris Van Etten has been credited, as he is reportedly a breakdown writer with the show.

Soap Opera Network is reporting that Korte has assumed the head writing duties solely on her own at the moment, while Buzz blog initially reported Mulcahey’s exit.

We will have more on the GH writing team evolution in the days ahead.

What do you think about the writing team changes at GH thus far? Comment below.

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Melody Thomas Scott and Edward J. Scott to Receive Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Honors

The Young and the Restless iconic Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) and her husband, Emmy-winning producer, Edward J. Scott have been named by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as Lifetime Achievement Honorees at the 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

Melody and Ed will be presented with the award on June 7th during the 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (8 PM ET/delayed PT) broadcast live on CBS and streaming live and on-demand on Paramount+*.

In a statement Melody and Ed expressed, “We are honored and humbled to receive this recognition from NATAS. Throughout our decades-long careers in front of and behind the cameras, we have had the opportunity to work not only with each other, but also with an incredibly talented pool of people who excel in their crafts and are passionate about the art we create in daytime television. We are grateful to have worked side by side with them and to be included with such esteemed recipients who have made their mark in our industry. We look forward to spending another wonderful evening celebrating the daytime community!“

Adam Sharp, President and CEO, NATAS added,“We’ve long wanted to honor the legendary daytime duo of Melody Thomas Scott and her husband Edward J. Scott. With a combined 93  years of contributions to our community, they are true institutions in the world of Daytime television.”

In addition to Melody and Ed receiving their Lifetime Achievement honors, public television host and cookbook author Lidia Bastianich will also be honored.


Lidia Bastianich said, “It is a tremendous honor to be recognized and receive the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award for having shared my passion for food with TV audiences for over 25 years. Cooking together and sharing food remain a common denominator of all cultures. Food nurtures, it connects diverse people, and it brings families, friends, and strangers together. There is no better place to be on this earth, especially in these trying times, than sharing food at a table with others. That simple idea has been the basis of my life’s work. Hence, as I say in my shows, “Tutti a Tavola a Mangiare!” Mille Grazie to NATAS for this honor.”

While Adam Sharp shared, “Lidia Bastianich’s astounding success combines her love of cooking while simultaneously entertaining millions each day. It is an honor for us to say ‘grazie’ for the many fine meals borne from her TV kitchen and cookbook pages.”

Melody Thomas Scott recently celebrated 45 years in the role of Nikki Newman, having joined the show in February 1979. Scott’s character has matured from the girl from the wrong side of the tracks to the serial’s luminous and resourceful leading lady.  After garnering a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in 1999, she went on to win in the same category for the Soap Opera Digest Award in 2001 and received four Soap Opera Update Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress (1992, 1993, 1995 and 1996). Scott began her career at age three. She studied singing, tap dancing, ballet and jazz and became one of the world-famous “Meglin Kiddies,” performing in USO shows as she started booking national commercials and guest spots on such series as “Wagon Train,” “My Three Sons,” “Ironside” and a recurring role on “The Waltons.”  Scott made her motion picture debut at age eight when she was cast by Alfred Hitchcock as the young Tippi Hedren in the thriller “Marnie.”  She has co-starred with legendary actors Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. Scott has worked on stage and in numerous television shows and  was the subject of Lifetime Television’s “Intimate Portrait.” As a lifelong fan of “I Love Lucy,” Scott served as a founding member of the Board of Directors for the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center in Jamestown, N.Y., which is committed to preserving the legacy of the great comedienne. In 2020,

Scott released her memoir, “Always Young and Restless.” Married since 1985 to Edward J. Scott, the couple have three daughters and five grandchildren.

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Edward J. Scott is a six-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning producer who has played a pivotal role in the historic development of the soap opera genre for nearly five decades. Scott is currently supervising producer for The Bold and the Beautiful, the #2-rated daytime drama in the U.S. and the most-watched daily drama in the world, which is nominated for 12 Daytime Emmy Awards this year. Scott began his association with The Bell Family and Bell-Phillip Television Productions when he joined “The Young and The Restless” as an associate producer in 1976. He quickly moved up the ranks and served as the show’s executive producer for decades.

Scott’s legendary 48-year producing partnership and creative collaboration with “The Young and The Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” creators, the late William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell, and their son, Bradley P. Bell, has helped create the two most popular daily American television series. Today, both daytime dramas are syndicated internationally.  Before joining “B&B” Scott was executive producer for the NBC daytime drama “Days of Our Lives.” Born and raised in Santa Monica, California, Scott earned a B.A from California State University at Northridge with a double major of anthropology and broadcasting journalism. He has been married since 1985 to actress and author Melody Thomas Scott. The couple have three daughters and five grandchildren.

So, excited to hear Y&R’s Melody Thomas Scott and longtime daytime soap opera producer, Edward J. Scott are receiving this year’s Lifetime Achievement Honors at this years 51st Annual Daytime Emmys? Comment below.

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