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Joel McHale's Netflix Talk Show Gets Additional Episodes

Netflix has given the half-hour topical series 6 more episodes that will debut on July 15.   ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/Hz0kXZUbRbw/joel-mchales-netflix-talk-show-gets-additional-episodes-1110943

Joel McHale Says The Soup Stopped Making Kardashian Jokes After Kris Jenner Complained

  Joel McHale might have begun his tenure on The Soup in 2004 with unlimited room to harp on his fellow E! stars the Kardashians, but by the time the series came to a close in 2015 , he wasn't allowed to mock the reality stars at all. While promoting his new Netflix talk show, The Joel McHale Show   ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/joel-mchale-the-soup-kris-jenner/?rss=breakingnews

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of February 12, 2018

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   The Bachelor Winter Games (Series Premiere) Tuesday at 8:00 pm on ABC Why: Olympics coverage is thrilling (for some), but even so, we can only handle so much of it. With most of the major network shows on hiatus during these next two weeks, ABC is offering up some genius counter-programming in the form of 4 more hours of Bachelor franchise programming each week! Yes, The Bachelor Winter Games is airing on Tuesdays AND Thursdays from 8-10PM, combining elements of The Bachelor/ette (the faces), the retired Bachelor Pad (the games), and the scandal-surviving summer favorite Bachelor in Paradise (the thirst). Even better, because this is the Bachelor "Olympics", there are also new hot faces from other Bachelor franchises around the world, including Canada, Japan, Australia, Germany, and Sweden. Familiar US faces include Ben Higgins, Dean Unglert (already with the redemption arc), Ashley I, and the recently-eliminated-by-Arie Bibiana. Participants compete for medals/date cards in simplified versions of Olympic sports, and, bringing back the game mechanics of Bachelor Pad (copied from Survivor , tho), vote off members of the opposite gender each week. Not gonna lie, it's actually pretty entertaining! Prepare to talk about: If we're sick of Ashley I's schtick yet; who else we'd like to see appear; how hot the Canadian Bachelors are.   Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (Season Finale) Friday at 9 pm on The CW Why: Whether or not you're watching it, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend remains one of the best shows on television. Though it perpetually remains on the bubble, it seems increasingly likely that it will return for Season 4 now that The CW has announced that they'll be airing original programming one additional night of the week . But, still, it remains a good time to support your favorite show when its third season finale airs this Friday! The show often has a big finale twist, and they have teased an exciting and unexpected new arrival! Prepare to talk about: The season's best songs; how the show is going on tour !; how The CW better do what is right and bring the gang back for Season 4!   The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (Series Premiere) Sunday at 9 pm on Netflix Why: Personally, my favorite version of Joel McHale was always the The Soup 's Joel McHale. With Netflix getting serious about their talk show game - yes, they ditched Chelsea , but now have My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman and just ordered another new show starring The Daily Show 's Michelle Wolf - it makes sense that they'd be interested in stealing the talented Joel McHale to helm his own talk-show. But what sort of show will The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale be? We've been told that it most definitely will not be The Soup (darn!), but that it will be "a sharp, absurdist look at pop culture and news from across the globe." Additionally, the show will feature celebrity guests, comedy sketches, and video clips "from the worldwide realms of TV, sports, politics, celebrity culture, and every corner of the internet". Hey wait a minute, that kind of sounds like The Soup ! The show is also a succinct 30 minutes and 13 episodes have been ordered thus far. Kevin Hart is the show's first guest, along with appearances by Alison Brie, Mike Colter, Paul Reiser, Jodie Sweetin, and Jim Rash. Prepare to talk about: A Community reunion already, eh?; please bring back some version of "Chat Stew" tho; if McHale can do for Netflix what Chelsea Handler didn't.   Rachel is the product manager of SideReel, and she is embarrassed to admit would watch however many hours of Bachelor-related programming ABC puts on TV each week. div.post p { text-align: justify; }