MySQL 8.0 Release Notes
MySQL 8.0 Source Code Documentation
Views are always replicated to replicas. Views are filtered by
their own name, not by the tables they refer to. This means that
a view can be replicated to the replica even if the view
contains a table that would normally be filtered out by
replication-ignore-table rules. Care should
therefore be taken to ensure that views do not replicate table
data that would normally be filtered for security reasons.
Replication from a table to a same-named view is supported using statement-based logging, but not when using row-based logging. Trying to do so when row-based logging is in effect causes an error.