Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Star Jones, and Meredith Vieira, former co-hosts of ‘The View,’…


Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Star Jones, and Meredith Vieira, former co-hosts of ‘The View,’ are returning to the show.

Beginning next month, Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, and Elizabeth Hasselbeck will make their triumphant return to the ABC series.

Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, and Elizabeth Hasselbeck, who previously hosted The View, will return as guest hosts starting in February, according to PEOPLE. Meredith, 68, Star, 59, and Elizabeth, 44, will all return to the ABC sitcom in February for its 25th season. Meredith and Star were among the first female panelists on the show when it first aired in 1997, and they left in 2006, during the show’s ninth season.

Elizabeth joined the program as a co-host in 2003 and stayed on until 2013, acting as a conservative voice on the panel for seasons 7-16. In 2020, she made a cameo appearance. Star will co-host the show on February 4th, but Meredith and Elizabeth’s co-hosting dates have yet to be confirmed.

Elizabeth Hasselbeck, Star Jones, Meredith Vieira

‘The View’ original cast (Everett).

Along with the three women, current co-host Joy Behar, 79, and Debbie Matenopoulos, 47, were also members of the initial cast. Barbara Walters, a 92-year-old journalist and TV icon established the show, which has remained mostly unchanged over the course of its 25-year existence.

Lisa Ling, Rosie O’Donnell, Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy, Candace Cameron Bure, Paula Faris, Abby Huntsman, and Meghan McCain are among the other performers who have left the show. Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, and Joy are currently on the panel, along with Ana Navarro, who has been added as a guest as a republican-leaning perspective.

Lisa, who appeared on the show from seasons 2 to 6 from 1999 to 2002, is now a guest co-host and will make one more appearance on the show on January 28.

'The View' cast

‘The View’ original cast (Everett).

After working electronically throughout the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, the co-hosts reunited in September 2021 to celebrate the show’s 25th season while continuing to work on their breakthrough program.

«It’s hard to realize it’s been 25 years.» I’m still working on a sentence that I started in 1997!» While reminiscing on the long-running series, Joy told PEOPLE at the time.

«You’ve got a group of ladies who speak their views and revel in the backlash. «That’s what we’re known for,» the talk show host added.