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THE CHEW Tapes Final Episode, The Swan Song Airs Tomorrow

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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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su000
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su000

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.

Edmund
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Edmund

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.

Timmm
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Timmm

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

Dukes
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Dukes

Oh my, here come the politics

Nik
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Nik

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.

Jimh
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Jimh

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

su000
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su000

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)

Jimh
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Jimh

Cheap junk is daytime tv

Samantha
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Samantha

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

jaybird369
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jaybird369

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

Harry
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Harry

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.

Claudio
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Claudio

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

Shay
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Shay

Absolutely, Jaybird!

Joy
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Joy

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

Timmm
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Timmm

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

Claudio
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Claudio

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

Timmm
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Timmm

Amen! And they had to stick her on GH!

Shay
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Shay

Right on, Timmm! That was soooo unnecessary!

Steve
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Steve

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!

Nik
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Nik

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.

Shelly
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Shelly

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.

jaybird369
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jaybird369

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!!!!!

Later.

Bonnie
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Bonnie

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

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This is also the first time the leading stars of the legacy primetime CBS soap opera that ran from 1979-1993 will make an appearance together since the passing of their beloved cast member, Kevin Dobson (Mack).

 

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