CBS Daytime Gives ‘All My Children’ Fans Something Different to ‘Chew’ On


( — On September 26, “” will be replaced on ABC Daytime by a lifestyle program – with a focus on food – titled (arguably in poor taste) “The Chew.” Early this morning, Entertainment Weekly revealed that CBS Daytime reached out to several actors from the cancelled ABC drama to assist them in some interesting counter-programming beginning on September 26.

During the week of September 26, , and will make appearances on “” for interviews about the end of “AMC” and to share their favorite recipes in a segment titled “All My Meals.” Young will appear on the Monday, September 26 installment of the talk-show. He also makes his return to CBS’ “” as Rick Forrester the same day. Knight will appear on the Wednesday, September 28 installment. Goldin will follow on Thursday, September 29.

“The Talk” was created by Sara Gilbert and debuted on October 18, 2010 on CBS Daytime replacing another cancelled daytime drama, “As the World Turns.” In its second season, the talk-show which strongly resemble ABC Daytime’s “,” is currently hosted by Gilbert, Julie Chen, and Sharon Osbourne. “The Talk” is currently rotating guest hosts and in talks with personalities to fill former hosts Holly Robinson Peete and Leah Remini’s seats. Check TV Listings for channel and time-slot of airings of “The Talk.”

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  • Abigail Quart

    Considering that the Talk is anotherĀ  soap-cancellation nonentity begging to be loved, I appreciate both the irony and the chutzpah.

    Still will not watch either one.

  • I no longer watch CBS since the cancellation of As The World Turns, So I won’t be watching.

    • ATWT was dead in the water. I saw the writing on the walls.

  • I am sick of cooking and talk shows. So I will not be chewing or revolunationlizing. or whatever. Stupid crap!!! I will be watching Y&R. I kinda knew ATWT was on its last legg. Too bad!

  • The Truth

    The Talk has become The View. Another show filled with opinionated and crass biddies. I gave it up and turned to The Wendy Williams Show. It’s much better and far more entertaining.