Jenny McCarthy may be out of a job after only one season on "The View."
Looks like the view from where she's sitting isn't so good.
HA! Get it? Because she's on a show called "The View," and ...
A well-placed insider told FOX411 that McCarthy's contract is up next month and ABC likely will not re-sign her.
"Jenny just didn't appeal to the daytime audience market. They couldn't relate to her," the source told FOX411. "There are a lot of changes taking place now that Barbara (Walters) has left."
ABC said policy prohibits them from discussing talent contracts. "Jenny has been a welcome addition to the show."
FOX 411 -- which was probably the first runner-up when they were discussing titles for "Charlie's Angels" -- reports that ratings for "The View have dipped slightly since McCarthy joined the crew.
How strange that a mostly female, daytime audience wouldn't wholeheartedly embrace a former Playboy Playmate who has been most famous in recent years for telling them they're bad parents for vaccinating their kids.
As of April 2014, viewership for "The View" was down about five percent from the previous season. It still tops CBS rival "The Talk," though the latter has climbed about 19 percent since last season.
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ABC named McCarthy as Elisabeth Hasselbeck's replacement last July, over the concerns of medical experts that McCarthy -- a vocal opponent of vaccinations -- would influence parents' immunization decisions.
One would think that people who listen to Jenny McCarthy for parenting advice have bigger problems.
Rumors of McCarthy's dismissal started in October, just a month after she came on board. Reports said audiences were less favorable toward her than Hasselbeck, who moved over to co-host "Fox & Friends."
Isn't that kind of like saying a burned chicken dinner is less favorable than burned steak.