'The View' Kicks Off New Season With Some Fresh Faces, But Will It Beat 'The Talk'?

The View kicked off its 19th season with some news faces after a rough year of backstage turmoil and declining ratings.

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Joy Behar is back for the new season alongside two new additions: actress Candace Cameron-Bure and Paula Faris of ABC News.

Faris told INSIDE EDITION: "I feel very honored to be at the table and to be representing a lot voices that in the past felt like they have not been heard." 

Cameron-Bure, the former star of Full House, said she would also be representing certain voices.

"I definitely have the conservative viewpoint here," she told INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent.

Behar also opened up about keeping the show fresh.

"The challenges are spontaneity," she said. "Be spontaneous, be yourself, be smart."

Whoopi Goldberg says she's thrilled with her new co-hosts and having Behar back. 

"It's very nice to look over and see someone I know," she said. 

This will be the first full season for Raven Simone. Comedian Michelle Collins is also on the panel. 

On CBS, The Talk debuts its sixth season next week. Co-hosts Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne stopped by INSIDE EDITION to give a sneak peek of what to expect.

Chen said: "Each lady is going to reveal something to the audience and to each other that we have never revealed before. You can call it a secret. Mine is a secret that I have never shared." 

Sharon Osborne took a leave of absence from the show last season amid rumors she suffered a nervous breakdown.

Osbourne said: "I took some time off, I felt I needed it. CBS was so wonderful with me. They said: 'Take whatever time you need.'" 

Chen said: "Sharon has made the bold decision in moving forward with season six and addressing all of the questions that have come in from the fans." 

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The ladies of The Talk are excited about the debut of Stephen Colbert who is taking the reins from David Letterman and is going head-to-head with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and his old network Comedy Central who have The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore in The Colbert Reports old time slot.

George Clooney and Jeb Bush are guests on the premiere of The Late Show tonight on CBS.

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