Meghan McCain is leaving The View on the finish of July however she won’t be out of a job for too lengthy. The Republican star has landed as a part of the producers of a brand new Lifetime film. Heather Locklear is ready to star within the unique flick referred to as Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff: The Kristine Carlson Story.
What’s Meghan McCain’s Lifetime film about?
McCain has signed on as govt producer of a brand new Lifetime film starring Heather Locklear, Deadline reviews. The movie revolves across the true story of Kristine Carlson, writer of the e book collection Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff. Carlson wrote the best-sellers alongside her husband Dr. Richard Carlson and the film will deal with how Carlson rebuilds her life after the loss of life of her husband.
Additionally set to star within the film are Natasha Bure as Carlson’s daughter Jazzy, Jason MacDonald as Richard Carlson, and Emily Rose as Richard’s booker. Lifetime has not set a premiere date for the film however it would air later this yr.
After the information broke about McCain’s new mission, she took to Twitter to precise her pleasure in regards to the film.
“I am beyond excited and honored to be partnering with Lifetime and Kristine Carlson to executive produce the legendary Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff book into a Lifetime film with icon Heather Locklear starring. Can’t wait to share it with all of you,” McCain tweeted.
McCain’s husband Ben Domenech additionally tweeted the story including, “In a time when so many people are seeking help working through loss and grief, this is a story we need right now.”
Why is Meghan McCain leaving ‘The View’ after 4 seasons?
At the start of July, McCain dropped a bombshell on all The View viewers when she introduced her departure. The political analyst confirmed she was leaving the ABC discuss present after 4 years of being the Republican pundit.
“I am just going to rip the Band-Aid off,” she stated after Whoopi Goldberg gave her the ground to talk. “I’m here to tell all of you, my wonderful co-hosts, and the viewers at home that this is going to be my last season.”
McCain stated that the pandemic “changed the world for all of us” and it modified the best way she checked out life. The tv co-host stated that she discovered her life in D.C. far more enriching and someplace she wished to lift her youngster and returning to New York Metropolis was not in her plans. She additional added that co-hosting The View was “one of the hands-down greatest, most exhilarating, wonderful privileges” of her life.
“It is a privilege to work alongside such strong, brilliant, intelligent, incredible broadcasters like the four of you,” McCain added. “You are the most talented women on all of television, hands-down, and it has been so incredible to be able to do this with you.”
McCain’s final day on The View will likely be on Friday, July 30. The View airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT/CT on ABC. The community has not introduced who will exchange McCain.