ABC announced it will be canceling two daytime soap operas, All My Children and One Life to Live.
All My Children will finish airing in September, while One Life To Live will be cut in January 2012.
The network will replace the shows with two lifestyle shows titled The Chew and The Revolution, according to a report from Entertainment Weekly.
According to Entertainment Weekly, The Chew will be produced by Gordon Elliot. It will be an hour long series that allows viewers to get the dish on anything and everything food related. Mario Batali, of Iron Chef America will be the host, as well as Clinton Kelly of What Not to Wear, Carla Hall of Top Chef, Michael Symon of Iron Chef America and Daphne Oz, a nutrition specialist.
The other replacement show, The Revolution will be a daily show about health and lifestyle transformations. It is being produced by JD Roth and 3 Ball Productions, which is also responsible for The Biggest Loser. The show will alternate and rotate hosts and guest contributors.
Each week one woman's five-month weight loss journey will unfold in just five days, with daily results and a final transformational reveal on Friday, ABC said in a statement.