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Though not confirmed by ABC yet, everyone’s talking about Rosie O’Donnell’s return to The View. Naturally, her former co-host and often combatant Elisabeth Hasselbeck has a few words to say about the situation.

Not even a stay-cation could prevent Hasselbeck from chiming in. She called into Fox & Friends‘ Wednesday’s show from home. Not surprisingly, she didn’t have too many positive words about Rosie’s comeback. She even suspects that this has been in the works for some time now, stating Barbara Walters’ farewell episode was more like O’Donnell’s “hello show.” Listen to her thoughts below, along with what Rosie told her during Walters farewell show.

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Sean Hayes Joins CBS Sitcom

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The biggest takeaway from Sean Hayes‘ failed sitcom, Sean Saves The World, is that Hayes is better suited in a supporting role as opposed to headlining a show. Rival network CBS seems to agree with that as well. The eye network’s sitcom, The Millers, has scooped up the 44-year-old actor.

Sean will play Kip Withers, Carol Miller’s (Margo Martindale) new best friend and source of friction for her son, Nathan (Will Arnett). Uh oh, I wonder how Karen Walker feels about this. Wouldn’t it be great if Megan Mullally eventually makes an appearance. I’d love for Mullally and Martindale to go head-to-head for Hayes’ affection.

“After years of being a fan and hearing from others how wonderful he is to work with, I couldn’t be more excited about Sean Hayes joining ‘The Millers,’ ” said Greg Garcia, series creator and executive producer, in a statement. “The thought of he and Margo Martindale as BFF’s makes me smile every time I think about it. We’re only just getting started, and writing this season’s stories has been a blast.”

What do you think of Hayes playing the best friend once again? I wonder if his character will be gay or straight? Do you watch The Millers? I don’t because Arnett gives me gas but I might have to check it out now that Sean is part of the cast. Weigh in below.

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FX was to debut the first teaser during Tyrant tonight, but has released the Sons of Anarchy clip early.

Titled “Hell Awaits,” the 20-second video shows Jax (Charlie Hunnam) riding at night. At one point, his face fades to a skull and back again. Does this mean his character is in danger of being killed during the show’s final season?

In other SOA-related news, a major rocker is heading to the show for a guest appearance. Find out who below.

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Elizabeth Mitchell Joins Once Upon A Time

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Now that NBC pulled the plug on Revolution, Elizabeth Mitchell is heading back to ABC. The 44-year-old actress reunites with her Lost cohorts Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis on Once Upon A Time. She’s the latest Lost alum to head to Storybrooke following in the footsteps of Emilie de Ravin (Belle), Jorge Garcia (Anton the Giant) and Rebecca Mader (Wicked Witch of the West) to name a few.

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Is Rosie O’Donnell Heading Back To The View?

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Ever since it was revealed Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd weren’t returning for Season 18 of The View, speculation has ran rampant on possible replacements for the departing co-hosts.

One rumored candidate is none other than Rosie O’Donnell. Given that she left after a highly-publicized bout with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, it’s surprising she’d even entertain coming back. I guess after a failed talk show on OWN, Mama needs a way to pay the bills.

According to TMZ, O’Donnell has signed on the dotted line. Their sources also reveal an official announcement by the network is coming soon. Can you imagine Rosie and Whoopi Goldberg on the same panel? This should be good.

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Rumors of Naya Rivera’s departure from Glee weren’t that greatly exaggerated. Months ago, rumors surfaced that Rivera and Lea Michele were clashing on set and as a result, Naya was cut from the season finale. Naturally, all parties shot down all reports.

Fast forward today and we official word. Rivera will return, but only on a recurring basis and not as a series regular. That should somewhat please Santana Lopez fans. Reportedly, the 27-year-old actress was the one who requested the change.

I’m not sure if I exactly buy it. What else does she have going on? Her recording career has stalled and she called off her engagement. However, she did make her film debut in the indie horror film, At The Devil’s Door, which debuted at South by Southwest earlier this year.

What do you think of Naya’s decision to not return as a series regular? With Glee sucking royally creatively last season, perhaps jumping off the musical ship is a savvy move. Sound off below.

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During the show’s holiday hiatus word leaked that both Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd weren’t returning to Season 18 of The View. On Monday, both co-hosts addressed their upcoming departures.

In true McCarthy fashion, she made light of the situation and played a joke with the audience. She led by saying their exits were “not true,” which lead to an impromptu applause from the audience. After coming clean, Jenny said, “after much consideration, I’ve taken a new job, that will allow me to do what I do best, which is talk without having to interrupt anyone.” She didn’t reveal the new gig, but there are rumors it might compete with the long-running chatfest.

Shepherd, on the other hand, was far more emotional. She revealed she’s known she wasn’t returning since Spring but remained silent to not take away from Barbara Walters’ retirement celebration. Before breaking down in tears, Sherri quoted The Bible and even snuck in a Bill Clinton hooker joke about her exit. Watch the video below.

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Superman Joins The CW’s Arrow

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Technically, not the actual character but one of the actors that portrayed him on the silver screen. TVLine.com reports that Brandon Routh is heading over to Starling City. The 34-year-old actor is the latest to join the cast of Arrow for its third season. Devon Aoki (Katana) Karl Yune (Maseo Yamashiro) and Peter Stormare (Count Vertigo) have all been previously announced. Find out what Brandon’s role will be below.

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