After 22 seasons spanning the last 12 years, E! has canceledpop-culture clip show The Soup . Thanks to host Joel McHales scathing one-liners, a growing cast of regular characters, and a fair share of celebrity guests, The Soup... Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/JApj5R-ygY8/joel-mchale-soup-highlights
Joel McHale is ending his run on the E! clip show The Soup, TheWrap has learned. McHale has hosted and produced the show for the past 12 years, while also appearing in films like Spider Man 2 and Ted. He also starred onCommunity for NBC, before the show was picked up by Yahoo for one season. Greg Kinnear was the original host of the show when it launched as Talk Soup in 1991. Hal Sparks and Aisha Tyler also both briefly hosted the show before McHale took over in 2004. His last episode will be on Dec. 18. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/e-cancels-on-joel-mchales-the-soup/
E! announced this morning its weekly series skewering pop culture would bow out on December 18, ending the franchise’s 22-year run. The show premiered in ’91 as Talk Soup and launched the career of original host Greg Kinnear , who hosted until ’95. He was followed by John Henson (995–1999), Hal Sparks (1999–2000) and Aisha Tyler (2001–2002). It was re-Launched as The Soup in 2004 with current host Joel McHale . The series earned a 2014 Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program.’ Read the full story at Deadline.com .
McHale also takes a shot at Giuliana Rancic for claiming she's taking 'the high road': 'Let us know when you get there' Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/nBgUBJxag0w/kelly-osbourne-joel-mchale-the-soup-video
The Soup is out there: Joel McHale is the first guest star announced for Fox’s upcoming X-Files series, our sister site Deadline reports. The Community star and Soup host will play a conservative Internet news anchor who becomes an unlikely support for Mulder. Series creator Chris Carter reportedly is a fan of McHale’s work, which led to the stint. Read more at TVLine.com .
Up next on The Soup, more Joel McHale ! The host and his production company Free Period Productions have re-upped with E! Entertainment through 2016. Under the terms of the deal, McHale will give E!first look rights to ideas for non-scripted series. The Soup has been on E! for more than a decade. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/joel-mchale-the-soup-e-entertainment-free-period-productions/
The "Community" star, who is currently starring in a series of digital shorts promoting Purity Vodka, tells THR why Matthew McConaughey deserves credit for McHale's Emmy nomination. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/os5IHSaM5Tk/story01.htm
The E! show received an Emmy nomination this morning for the Best Short-Form Live Action Entertainment Program for its True Detective spoof. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/GGOwFA8Xd50/
The event on Wednesday at 10pm marked The Soup’s most watched episode of the year. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/KhW8AFjfjHs/
What's a basic cable clip show full of snark to do when celebrating their ungodly milestone of 500 episodes? Why, go live, of course -- which is exactly what E!'s "The Soup" did on Wednesday (Aug. 21).Part of the appeal of watching TV shows go live for the first time is the possibility that something might go horribly, horribly awry. Whether it's someone forgetting their lines or an accidental f-bomb, we want to see the flubs. So, did "The Soup" deliver?Well, yes and no. Host Joel McHale and his crew pulled off a perfectly professionally live broadcast that, oddly, felt like a bit of a disappointment. Beyond the fact that there wasn't a single flub to laugh at, the show didn't even remotely deviate from its weekly formula, making us wonder what, exactly, the point was.Sure, the running gag with guest star B.J. Novak as the episode's social media correspondent who can't even connect to... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/the-soup-goes-live-for-episode-500-but-was-it-worth-it.html