(Pictured with guest Caitlyn Jenner) To ensure that she that she has more say in the behind the scenes aspects of the show, Goldberg, who has executive produced television shows and movies before, also wants to become an executive producer of The View.'She is tired of having to answer to people that she doesn't feel like are worthy of their positions.'So she wants to be an executive producer of the show so that she has a seat at the decision-making table and can have more control over the things going on,' continued the source.The show has been averaging 2.941 million total viewers, placing it just behind Dr.
“This was great and I love doing it,” Goldberg continued. 6 with many new additions to the panel of hosts, including Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, and Jedediah Bila.Other hosts include Raven-Symoné, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris.She had an intense feud with co-host Rosie O'Donnell; and manned the show through an ongoing roster of short-lived co-hosts including Nicolle Wallace, Rosie Perez, Michelle Collins, Raven-Symone and Candace Cameron Bure.Good Morning America's Paula Farris, who Goldberg was not a fan of, was hired as a co-host in 2015, but has since been reduced to a fill-in host. That's the multi-million dollar question at The View right now regarding the show's moderator Whoopi Goldberg.
The Emmy-winning talk show host, who announced she would be leaving the panel at the end of its current season, could potentially return to The View - but has very specific demands if she is going to consider sticking around.In February 2016, Daily reported that the 61-year-old talent signed a one-year deal for season 20 and had her salary slashed from million annual to million.To remotely consider returning to the show, she wants a raise.But for now, the EGOT winner is adamant that it’s either all of her demands or time to move on.today, where she answered love life questions by saying she isn’t “actively looking” for a new love, but “if there’s a person, I would leave open the age, the color, the gender even. That meant stricter rules and guidelines and a new team of executives that she never meshed well with,' explained the source.