It just does not feel like "The View" anymore now that there is not a single original co-host left! Barbara Walters departed at the end of last season along with Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd. The hit chat show, which starts its 18th season this coming Monday, has three new additions to sit beside Whoopi Goldberg. First, we have the woman that Whoopi replaced, Rosie O'Donnell back, though I have no idea why. Along with her, we will be welcoming actress Rosie Perez and former MSNBC analyst Nicolle Wallace. Three liberals and a conservative; this should be...interesting. If you are getting excited about the new season, we have the first photo of the new clan together via PEOPLE. What do you think about the new line-up and will you be tuning in?
photo courtesy of amazon.com With the return of the hit Showtime series, 'The L Word,' it makes fans of the original show and ultimate reality spinoff, 'The Real L Word,' quite nostalgic. Actors can keep acting but reality stars can drift off into the clouds after their 15 minutes of fame are over. TRLW lasted three seasons with a revolving door of lesbians who soon became like friends and family. Initially based in California, the show followed the lives of a handful of gay women, somehow intertwined in life, and what it was like to date, fall in love, have sex, try to make babies, propose, be successful, and so much more. By the final season, the series went bi-coastal, utilizing NYC as a playground, as well. The show ended in 2012 with two weddings and a lot of tears. So, where are they now? Get ready to catch up with our fave reality celesbians! - Whitney Mixter : the player of the series, she may have hooked up with almost every member of the cast. But,