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In a sneak peak of This Friday's episode of The Soup, Joel McHale knocked Kelly Osbourne down a peg for her comments on Latinos. Who knows, maybe she'll be scrubbing toilets soon. Oh, also he took Whoopi Goldberg down a peg. Also he took Giuliana Rancic down a peg. Everyone is now on very, very low pegs. Good luck finding that high road, Giuliana. Tip: you won't be able to locate it using the maps app on your iPhone. See it on your TV along with Joel's coverage of the murder of Hitchbot, Bachelor in Paradise, and Lenny Kravitz's junk Friday at 10 eastern, 7 central on E! And stick around after for the premiere of The Comment Section starring Michael Kosta at 10:30 Eastern and »
E! fans, meet Michael Kosta! Kosta is the hilarious host of E!'s newest series The Comment Section, a show that dissects how viewers and Internet commenters react to the week's biggest news stories. In the exclusive video clip, The Soup host Joel McHale introduces his pal to viewers. "Michael is a very good host as you will see," McHale says. "Why? I don't know. God gave him the power of hosting. He plays tennis. That has nothing really to do with hosting unless you're John McEnroe." Kosta adds, "What have I learned from Joel? When delivering a punch line it's good to kind of go like this a little bit." Kosta then mimics McHale's signature bounce. But »
Sorry, Greendale Human Beings — school may finally be out.
“All of our contracts were up after six years,” he said. “All the actors on the show, almost without exception — their stock has risen significantly and it’s out of the pay rate that is affordable to make the show. So you’re not going to be able to get Alison Brie or Gillian Jacobs at a normal television salary anymore. There is just not enough money to be able to pay for the show.”
Update: McHale later backtracked on his comments via Twitter on Tuesday.
Easy sugar-bear, Community is not canceled. #QuestionMarkSeasonsAndaMovie
— Joel McHale (@joelmchale) August 4, 2015
A rep for Sony Pictures TV, which produces the comedy, said »
- Alex Stedman
Fox’s upcoming X-Files revival will be packed with familiar faces, from Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) to the Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis), but it will also feature a fair share of series newcomers. Today, it was announced that The Flash‘s Robbie Amell and Six Feet Under‘s Lauren Ambrose would be taking on pivotal parts in the six-episode series.
Amell is said to be playing the “smart, smooth” Agent Miller, while Ambrose will take on the “sharp, confident” Agent Einstein. In typical X-Files fashion, not much more than that is known about either character.
Mitch Pileggi is also returning for the new string of episodes as Skinner, while other fresh faces include Joel McHale (of Community and The Soup fame) as a conservative talk show host who allies himself with Mulder under unexpected circumstances, and Annet Mehendru, Flight of the Conchords‘ Rhys Darby and »
- Isaac Feldberg
Joel McHale hosted the ESPYs on Wednesday night, and The Soup host lit into a few stars during his opening monologue — including Bill Cosby. Joel McHale Jokes About Bill Cosby At Espy Awards McHale opened the award show in a hilarious fashion, as Triple Crown winner Victor Espinoza jumped on the host’s back and […]
- Shantel Whitaker
Joel McHale opened the 2015 Espys Wednesday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with a lot of jokes for athletes and sports fans. As always, the host of “The Soup” nailed the sarcasm: “I know I’m the E! personality that you are so interested to see.”
He didn’t hold back anything during his opening monologue, handing out the digs left and right. He came out playing horse to Triple Crown-winning jockey Victor Espinoza and then noted that Donald Trump’s first act as president would be deporting Espinoza back to Mexico; and that the jockey would be fined by the NFL for whipping a three-year-old… horse, that is.
The evening also supplied many more burns and highlights:
- Mannie Holmes
Joel McHale is a super fan of The X-Files. McHale will also be on The X-Files. Needless to say, McHale is stoked. "I was pretty intimidated by being on one of my favorite shows of all-time, and i had to shave," The Soup host told E! News during a recent sit-down. "I was so excited…It was like I had won some sort of lottery that i got to be on this show." The X-Files is coming back for a six-episode event series with leads David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising the iconic roles of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively. Chris Carter, the show's creator, is back as writer and director for several episodes. When The X-Files returns, well, things are a little different, yet the »
Ariana Grande is not—we repeat not—safe from Joel McHale! On Friday's episode of The Soup, Joel took on Grande following the Donutgate headlines that she was caught licking donuts in a donut shop before saying "I hate America." Cue Joel's epic rant! "I hate your ponytail, but you don't see me ruining pastries over it!" Joel says in the Soup clip. What Joel does next makes Grande's sweet treat licking look like child's play (hint: he pulls a donut out of a very Nsfw place). Check out Joel's hilarious rant for yourself! And watch Joel host the Espy Awards this Wednesday! »
Still shocked to hear Russell Wilson is not having sex with his girlfriend Ciara? You aren't alone! Just a few days before Joel McHale hosts the 2015 Espys, we had to ask The Soup co-host about the biggest pop culture headline taken from the world of sports. As it turns out, the comedian is almost at a loss for words. "First of all, he's the greatest quarterback in Seattle Seahawks history for winning that Super Bowl and going back a second time," he told E! News exclusively. "About their dating? I think it's fine." But did he hear what the champion recently shared with San Diego Pastor Miles McPherson? You know, the moment where he said "God spoke to me" and »
The worlds of Hollywood and sports collide at the Espy Awards, Espn's annual ceremony that recognizes athletic achievement and other sports-related performance. This year, The Soup comedian Joel McHale will host the awards show alongside a huge cast of presenters, including Mike Epps (Survivor's Remorse), Julie Foudy (analyst/retired professional soccer player), Ed Helms (Vacation), Andre Iguodala (Golden State Warriors), LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers), Chris Long (St. Louis Rams), Danica Patrick (Nascar driver), Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks), Britney Spears, Kiefer Sutherland, Vince Vaughn and J.J. Watt (Houston Texans). An even bigger cast of celebrities will be in »
As Joel McHale, known for “Community” and “The Soup,” prepares to host the 2015 Espy Awards, he shared with Variety what’s in store. The E! host even joked about fellow network star Caitlyn Jenner, who will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, drawing most of the attention.
“I can’t imagine what event is happening during this awards ceremony that would just draw people to it… I think it’s me,” he noted with heavy sarcasm. “Finally the guy from the Dunkin’ Donut ads that were all over Facebook last month is hosting an awards show!”
McHale was understanding about responding to his umpteenth take on Jenner’s Espy award. “I think I’ve answered more questions about Caitlyn than Caitlyn has,” McHale said.
“Call Me Caitlyn” may have been the most recent headline-grabbing story about an athlete, but the sports section provided a lot of other fodder and scandals. »
- Mannie Holmes
"We were nominated in the category of best thing that isn't a show. We got in a lucky year to be up against the President and Zach Galifianakis," says "The Soup" executive producer K.P. Anderson about his show's first-ever Emmy nomination last year (watch below). He adds, "It was really exciting. It was a great night. I think all shows should have to earn 10 years before they get the nod." -Break- Watch dozens of video chats with 2015 Emmy contenders Actor and comedian Joel McHale ("Community") began hosting "The Soup" in 2004. The original version of the show was already a long-running hit for the E! Network with such previous hosts as Greg Kinnear, John Henson, Hal Sparks, and Aisha Tyler. When McHale took over, it changed into a weekly rather than daily show and focused on skewering pop culture and infamous TV moments in news and reality. Their 2014 Emmy bid was »
If you thought the pictures The X-Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny were sharing on Twitter were giving you serious fanboy and fangirl feelings, well, you better sit down because the first photos of Mulder and Scully back in action on the streets of Vancouver have hit the web. Special bonus? The Soup host Joel McHale! McHale, who also stars in Community, has joined the cast as Tad O'Malley, a conservative Internet news network host. He comes an unlikely ally to Mulder. But back to the more important topic: these photos. Is Mulder still on the outs from the FBI? He looks a little…incognito. Meanwhile Anderson has traded in Scully's trademark pantsuits for a smart blazer and pencil skirt. And »
Joel McHale, Community star and The Soup host is the first new actor to join the highly anticipated The X-Files revival, a six-episode event premiering on Fox next January. Deadline reports McHale will have a role that seems note-perfect for the comedian: Tad O’Malley, the anchor of an online conservative news network. McHale’s smarm, satire…
The post The X-Files: Joel McHale Joins in Perfect Role appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Samuel Zimmerman
The truth is still out there and Joel McHale is going to help find it. The host of The Soup and star of Community is the first guest star signed on to appear in The X-Files opposite returning stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. McHale will paly Tad O'Malley, the anchor of a popular conservative Internet news network who becomes an unlikely ally to Fox Mulder (Duchovny). The X-Files returns this January for six episodes, which will be a mix of monster of the week and the mythology the series became known for. Chris Carter, the show's creator, is helming the franchise's return to TV. The last time viewers saw Mulder and Scully on any kind of screen was the 2008 flick The X-Files: I Want to »
The Community star and Soup host will play Tad O’Malley, a conservative Internet news anchor who becomes an unlikely support for Mulder.
The six-episode revival, is in production now, »
If you needed more evidence that Danny Trejo is not someone you want to upset, El Rey Network has provided Exhibit A.
The cabler on Friday released a photo from Trejo’s upcoming stint on From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, in which the Machete star will play “The Regulator,” a horrifying agent of evil who is summoned to perform a deadly errand.
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From Dusk Till Dawn‘s sophomore season is slated to premiere this summer. Check out the photo below, in which The »
Joel McHale is set to host the 2015 Espys, which will air this year for the first time on ABC. The “Community” star is a seasoned host of “The Soup” on E!, and also emceed last year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Plus, McHale is an athlete: The comedian was on the University of Washington’s football team for more than a year-and-a-half after originally being recruited for the school’s rowing program. “Joel is an extremely talented performer, a unique voice and a huge sports fan,” said Connor Schell, senior vice president, Espn Films and Original Content, who oversees “The Espys. »
- Tony Maglio
E!’s summer slate will be full of some familiar faces. In addition to the previously announced Bruce Jenner documentary series and Brody Jenner’s sex-themed talk show, E! is also set to air the second season of Diane von Furstenberg’s reality competition series “House of Dvf” and “Wags,” its new series about the partners of professional athletes.
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“Hollywood Cycle” – 10 p.m. Et/Pt, Tuesday, July 7
The new E! series “Hollywood Cycle” is a look inside the uber-popular, highly competitive world of indoor cycling at L.A.’s Cycle House. The series follows the “ride or die” lives of high-profile instructors, along with three up-and-coming trainees, whose strong, driven personalities often clash »
- Whitney Friedlander
Fans of The Soup and Community…Rejoice! Joel McHale is expanding his reach at E! and we're so not mad it it. And fans who've been missing Jillian Michaels on The Biggest Loser also have something to smile (and sweat) about. E! has announced the greenlight of two new series, Just Jillian (featuring fitness superstar Michaels) and The Comments Section (a comedy series executive produced by McHale), in addition to five original series. New E! series announced today include: Just Jillian Known globally as a fitness mogul, TV megastar and entrepreneur extraordinaire, Jillian Michaels strips down and bares it all in this new docu-follow. While fans may think they know Jillian inside »
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