Joel McHale Says He Was Requested To Stop Making ‘Kardashian Jokes’ On ‘The Soup’
Once upon a time, there was a show called, The Soup. The E! series would blend together comedy and pop-culture for viewers. In 2015, the show came to an end and former host Joel McHale re-shifted his career focus. Now with Netflix, McHale is back in front of the camera to start where he left [&helli... [Read More]
Joel McHale Says He Was Requested To Stop Making ‘Kardashian Jokes’ On ‘The Soup’
Once upon a time, there was a show called, The Soup. The E! series would blend together comedy and pop-culture for viewers. In 2015, the show came to an end and former host Joel McHale re-shifted his career focus. Now with Netflix, McHale is back in front of the camera to start where he left [&helli... [Read More]
Here’s a first look at “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale” coming to Netflix
Just last month, Netflix entered into a partnership with Joel McHale to produce a 13-episode weekly talk show and just… MORE Here’s a first look at “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale” coming to Netflix appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
‘The Soup’ Will End Its 22-Season Run on E! Next Month
The Soup comes to an end next month after over two decades on the air. Variety reports that E! has decided to cancel The Soup after current host Joel McHale wraps up the episode scheduled for Friday, December 18th. McHale has hosted The Soup for the past 12 years — Greg Kinnear, John Henson, H... [Read More]
Michael Kosta on making “Comedy For Attractive People”
Michael Kosta’s time as a New Yorker was short-lived, as he moved back to Los Angeles last fall after Fox Sports 1 pulled the plug on Crowd Goes Wild, the live sports talker Kosta co-hosted with Regis Philbin. But one year was enough to have an impact on Kosta’s comedy. “I definite... [Read More]
FOX orders up World’s Funniest Fails, places comedy panel series on Fridays in January 2015
Move over, Tosh. Don't be ridiculous, Ridiculousness. FOX thinks it can trump Tosh.0, Ridiculousness and all of the other comedians-talking-about-epic-fail-video series on cable by starting up its own such mocker talker in primetime on network TV. World's Funniest Fails will premiere at 8 p.m. ET/PT... [Read More]
Joel McHale Extends His Contract with E! Through 2016
by Megh Wright Fans of Joel McHale as host of E! show The Soup don't have to worry about him leaving anytime soon — at least not for the next two years. Deadline reports that McHale's contract with the network has been renewed through 2016. As part of the deal, McHale will continue to host The... [Read More]
Here's Joel McHale's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Cocaine'
by Bradford Evans From The Soup last week, here's a parody of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee called "Comedians in Cars Getting Cocaine," with Tony Hale serving as Joel McHale's guest as they talk about their careers and steal some coke. 0 Comments... [Read More]
Watch Joel McHale parody Jerry Seinfeld with “Comedians In Cars Getting Cocaine”
Fans of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee will will find that imiationk is the best form of flattery. Joel McHale and the rest of the staff on The Soup decided to spoof Jerry Seinfeld’s web series with his own take on it. So he enlisted the help of Veep’s Tony Hale ... [Read More]