Behar has hosted the show since September 2009, while maintaining her other role as co-host of "The View." Her ratings have been solid on the show -- on Tuesday, for instance, she had the third-highest rated program on HLN, and placed second for the network overall-- but a source told Deadline that "It just felt it was time for everyone" to move on.
In a statement, Behar said, "I am very proud of the show that we created at HLN and I owe tremendous thanks to the show team who made it possible."
Well, we'll always have Bette Midler talking about sex with Geraldo Rivera to remember Behar's show by.
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