By Hal Boedeker
2:16 PM EDT, April 13, 2013
Jane Seymour, who has announced the end of her fourth marriage, will be a guest on "The View" next week.
Seymour will be on Thursday's show to promote the ABC Family movie "Lovestruck: The Musical," which debuts April 21. But she's sure to be asked about splitting with James Keach, her husband of 20 years. They announced on Friday that they had been separated for several months and were negotiating the terms of their divorce. Keach had directed Seymour on her hit TV show, "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman."
"The View" airs at 11 a.m. weekdays on ABC (WFTV-Channel 9 locally).
The guest list next week:
Monday: Brooke Shields of "Army Wives" will co-host. Elizabeth Mitchell will discuss "Revolution," which airs at 10 p.m. Mondays on NBC. "The View" also presents 89-year-old kidnap victim Margaret Smith.
Tuesday: Jonny Lee Miller of "Elementary," which airs at 10 p.m. Thursdays on CBS, and Daphne Oz of ABC's "The Chew."
Wednesday: La La Vasquez Anthony co-hosts. Olly Murs will perform, and Tom Sizemore will promote his book, "By Some Miracle I Made It Out of Here."
Thursday: Maria Menounos of "Extra" will co-host. Billy Ray Cyrus discusses his book, "Hillbilly Heart," and Dr. Wendy Walsh promotes her book, "The 30 Day Love Detox."
Friday: Pitbull will be co-host on Guy Day Friday. Cuba Gooding Jr., Vanessa Williams and Cicely Tyson talk about their Broadway play, "The Trip to Bountiful." Dr. Steven Lamm discusses false positives and negatives.
Tyson is also a guest on "CBS Sunday Morning," which airs at 9 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6.
Williams tells CBS' Lee Cowan that Tyson's acting in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" inspired her to try acting.
Tyson says she hopes she has made a difference through her work, and she is told that is so every day. "And that's very rewarding. It's very satisfying," Tyson says.
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