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"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…
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- 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.
Full Schedule And Premiere Dates:
“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 »
E! has picked up two new series — an unscripted pop culture comedy show from Joel McHale, and a docuseries from “The Biggest Loser” alum Jillian Michaels. The cabler announced the series orders Tuesday.
“The Comment Section,” which was ordered to pilot earlier this year, comes from exec producer McHale and will be hosted by comedian Michael Kosta. The half-hour unscripted internet-inspired comedy explores the biggest stories of the week and the outrageous and hilarious comments made about them on social media. “The Comment Section” will premiere later this summer. Produced by Wilshire Studios Free Period and Pygmy Wolf Productions, McHale will exec produce with Kp Anderson, Jason Burns and Greg Heller. The project marks the first to be ordered from McHale, under his production deal with E!, where he has signed on to host “The Soup” through 2016.
From Jillian Michaels, “Just Jillian” lets cameras follow the fitness guru, as she juggles her business, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
E! is adding two new series to its lineup: docu-reality show Just Jillian, starring and executive produced by Jillian Michaels, and comedy/celebrity/pop culture program The Comment Section, executive produced by Joel McHale. Just Jillian, from All3Media, follows the former Biggest Loser star as she juggles business and family life. Comment Section, the first project under the The Soup host and executive producer McHale’s new producing deal with E!, was originally ordered t… »
What a pair! Grace Helbig recently sat down with some of the biggest and most iconic talk show hosts around, including E!'s very own Joel McHale of The Soup! In the above clip, posted exclusively to Facebook, Grace asks Joel questions about his show including what he loves and what he hates. He admitted that his dream guests would be the royal family... of course. He also added that he loves incorporating knives into his show as much as possible, because he's had an obsession since second grade. You learn something every day... Watch the above video to see Grace's hilarious reactions to Joel's answers and see what else the funny duo talk about! To get the latest »
Grace Helbig, who boasts over 2 million subscribers on her YouTube channel may be an expert when it comes to the daily vlog format, but she doesn't know as much about hosting a show on traditional television. To help her prepare for her upcoming E! talk show The Grace Helbig Show, she sat down with well-known TV hosts such as Larry King and Andy Cohen to ask for advice about running a talk show.
Helbig met with legendary TV host King, Cohen of Bravo’s Watch What Happens: Live, Joel McHale of E!’s The Soup, and Chris Hardwick of Comedy Central’s @midnight (which just debuted its own interactive Instagram series). The YouTuber and comedienne receives plenty of funny tips; Cohen, for example, tells Helbig he distracts bad interviewees by sweating, while Hardwick recommends holding up something she made to liven up the situation. Helbig also gains sage advice from her fellow hosts, »
- Bree Brouwer
For all you aspiring hosts out there, wouldn't you just love it if you got the chance to sit down and get pointers from someone like Larry King or Andy Cohen? Well, comedienne and YouTube superstar Grace Helbig, whose hybrid comedy talk show The Grace Helbig Show is coming to E! on April 3, did just that. In fact, not only did she get hosting advice from the legendary Larry as well as everyone's favorite Bravo host Andy, but she also chatted with The Soup host Joel McHale and @midnight host Chris Hardwick. Now that's one impressive ensemble! One of the key points that Grace learned was that if a guest talks too much, it's okay to interrupt! "You have to interrupt and you just »
With the release date of Community’s season six fast approaching, it’s hard not to get excited. The series was cancelled by NBC back in 2014, but like a knight in shining armor (who also happens to own a production company), Yahoo! has taken over the show, which it’s now producing as a web series for devoted audiences.
Although the previous season saw the departure of some notable characters, comedic staples like Danny Pudi, who plays Abed Nadir, and The Soup’s Joel McHale, who plays Jeff Winger, have stuck around, guaranteeing that this sixth season is bound to be a great one, as evidenced by the trailer below.
One character whose brilliance is often overlooked, however, is that of Dean Craig Pelton. Played by Oscar winning screenwriter Jim Rash, Pelton and his costume choices are a highlight of the show. His costumes, which aim to either explore »
- Caitlin Marceau
E! has a start date — Friday April 3 — and a new name — The Grace Helbig Show — for its hybrid comedy talk show helmed by YouTuber Helbig (you can see her Youtube show above). The half-hour series will follow The Soup at 10:30 Pm. Helbig's Webby award-winning Its Grace has more than 2 million subscribers on YouTube. She is also the creator of the Iawtv and Streamy award-winning web series DailyGrace, as well as the podcast Not Too Deep With Grace Helbig. Recently, Helbig… »
As you might of heard by now, Grace Helbig is getting her own TV show, and we've now learned a few crucial details about the project. E! has given the show the title Grace Helbig: Sorta Late Night, assigned it a Friday evening timeslot, and set April 3rd as its debut date.
In Grace Helbig: Sorta Late Night, which previously carried the working title The Grace Helbig Project, the YouTube star will interview her guests in unusual locales like moving cars and grocery stores. She will also host Internet-friendly segments where she and her guests will surf the web together.
E! has placed Sorta Late Night in the 10:30 Pm timeslot on Friday nights, directly after long-running pop culture roundup The Soup. That airtime is similar to the daily 11 Pm Est slot Chelsea Lately occupied during its seven season run on E! In the lead-up to her TV debut, »
- Sam Gutelle
Grace Helbig is coming to your TV! As you probably already know, the internet superstar will be hosting a hybrid comedy talk show that will feature the comedienne's hilarious take on what's trending in pop culture, as well as exclusive interviews with celebrities and special guests. However, in the above video we finally got all the deets! The Grace Helbig Show is coming to E! on Friday, April 3 at 10:30pm following The Soup! This isn't your average talk show! Grace is taking over E! with no couch, no audience and no limits! Helbig is most commonly known for her YouTube channel "It's Grace", which has over two million subscribers! She is also the creator of the »
Although comedian/writer Joel McHale has been mocking the Kardashians as host and executive producer of E's The Soup for as long as the controversial family has been famous, he also knows who pays the bills.
McHale, 43, opens up about his fellow E! stars in a new interview with The Daily Beast, surprisingly acknowledging their importance in his life.
"Their celebrity has reached a level that E! never dreamt of, and for The Soup, they are in the news every day -- even if they do nothing," he explains. "Yesterday it was 'Kim Kardashian Is Taking Piano Lessons! 'This is not news! No one really cares about it, but everyone talks about it, and it's happening!"
"I guess I have to thank them for the cars that I own and the house that I live in and for the education for my children, because they have, in a very weird way, paid for it »
Jones tweeted Tuesday that he will exit the show, in which he worked with his wife Samantha Bee, who’s been a correspondent since 2003, after nearly a decade.
For 9 & 1/2 years, I have worked at one of the greatest TV shows of all time. But… It is time for me to go. 1/2
— Jason Jones (@jonesinforjason) February 24, 2015
That said, I am ecstatic to announce that I’m about to make another great show over @tbsveryfunny 2/2
— Jason Jones (@jonesinforjason) February 24, 2015
The news of Jones’ exit comes the same day his comedy was picked up by TBS. The untitled family comedy was given a 10-episode order, and will star Jones, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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