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Fun. and The Format singer Nate Ruess and comedian Joel McHale entertained the night’s crowd. Ruess sang three songs, including his debut single “Nothing Without Love,” Fun.’s hit “We Are Young” and a cover of one of Mosko’s favorite songs, Bruce Springsteen’s “Thunder Road.”
McHale, who acknowledged the recent canceling of E!’s “The Soup,” incorporated many jokes he deemed “too close to home” which elicited some groans from the crowd. “The Saban Community Clinic gives medical care and assistance to the undocumented and less fortunate, or as Donald Trump refers to them — wall jumpers and wall builders,” McHale said.
“Every year, this organization opens its doors to those in need and provides over 15,000 free showers, »
- Margaret Lenker
Sony Pictures Television Chairman Steve Mosko was honored tonight with the Leadership Award at Saban Community Clinic’s 39th annual Gala at the Beverly Hilton. The annual Dinner Gala is the clinic's most prestigious fundraiser, raising $1.5 million to benefit the clinic's medical, dental and behavioral health services for low-income patients. Tonight’s event was hosted by The Soup host and Community alum Joel McHale. "Steve is the perfect recipient for the clinic's… »
First David Letterman retired, then Jon Stewart — and now, out of the blue, E! just canceled The Soup. After December 18th, we'll no longer get to watch Joel McHale savage the idiocy of reality-show celebrities, a vital public service he's performed for the past 11 years. And if last week is any indication, the remaining episodes are going to be something to see; the host is already going down swinging with hilariously mean jokes about Charlie Sheen, Jared Fogle, and E! itself. Still … only four more to go? What a crummy »
E! will soon serving its last bowl of The Soup. The network announced on Wednesday that the long-running, late-night clip show, which pokes fun at reality television, soap operas, and just about everything in pop culture, is coming to an end after 22 seasons. Its series finale will air on Friday, Dec. 18, at 10 p.m. The Soup first began in 1991, when it was originally called Talk Soup and hosted by Greg Kinnear, who held the position until 1995. Kinnear was then followed by John Henson (1995-99), Hal Sparks (1999-2000), and Aisha Tyler (2001-02). E! then rebooted the show as The Soup with McHale as host in 2004. “We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of The Soup,”said Jeff Olde, Evp of programming and development for E! in a statement. “The Soup has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week. »
- Chris King
The end of an era is upon us. Shortly after shuttering its Master Control operations department in Los Angeles, E! has now canceled their longest running program. The Soup, a comedy series that skewers pop culture, is going to air its series finale on December 18th. This will bring the show to a close after spending 22 years on the air.
Current host Joel McHale will help celebrate the legacy he is leaving behind when the finale episode airs the same day that Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives in theaters. The long-standing cable staple was first launched on E! in 1991, but it was originally called Talk Soup. This early iteration of the program focused solely on clips from the various talk shows airing at that time. When it was revamped as The Soup in 2004, the show expanded its reach to all pop culture programing and also focused on viral »
Community is gone, and now Joel McHale's clip show The Soup is following suit. THR reports that E! is ending the show 12 years after McHale helmed a reboot in 2004. (Its earlier iteration began with Greg Kinnear as the host of Talk Soup back in 1991.) “Joel took the show to new heights for more than a decade, and his irreverent humor and unique brand of comedy as captured so perfectly on The Soup will be missed," the network said in a statement. Of course, E! is probably relieved, considering the Kardashians haven't really appreciated his jokes about them. The final episode airs December 18. Farewell, you weird little show. »
- E. Alex Jung
The Soup is coming to an end. The hilarious comedy series will end next month after being on the air for 22 years. Joel McHale will host the final episode of the series on Dec. 18, one month from today. "We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of The Soup," says Jeff Olde, Evp of Programming & Development for E! "The Soup has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team's fearless wit and clever approach week after week. Joel took the show to new heights for more than a decade, and his irreverent humor and unique brand of comedy as captured so perfectly on The Soup will be missed." Hardcore fans of the show might »
The Soup is serving up its final bowl of Chat Stew.
E! announced Wednesday that its long-running pop culture clip show will come to an end after 22 seasons. The series finale will air Friday, Dec. 18, at 10/9c.
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“We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of The Soup,”said Jeff Olde, Evp of programming and development for E! in a statement. “The Soup has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week. »
After 22 years, The Soup — a staple on E! spanning its years as Talk Soup under Greg Kinnear (1991-95), John Henson (1995-99), Hal Sparks (1999-2000) and Aisha Taylor (2001-02), and then under Joel McHale as The Soup starting in 2004 — will be ending. E! announced today that the final episode of The Soup will air Dec. 18 at 10pm Et/Pt. “We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of ‘The Soup,” said Jeff Olde, Evp of Programming & Development for E! “‘The Soup’ has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week. … Continue reading →
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- Jeff Pfeiffer
The Soup is nearing The End. E! said this morning its weekly series skewering pop culture will bow out on December 18, ending the franchise’s 22-year run. The show premiered in 1991 as Talk Soup and famously launched the career of original host Greg Kinnear, who hosted until 1995. He was followed by John Henson (1995-99), Hal Sparks (1999-2000) and Aisha Tyler (2001-02). It was re-launched as The Soup in 2004 with current host Joel McHale. The series earned a 2014 Emmy… »
After 22 seasons, E! is ending “The Soup,” the cable network announced Wednesday. The final episode will air on Dec. 18, serving as the series finale.
Hosted by Joel McHale for 12 years, the pop culture comedy series has been a staple on E! for more than two decades.
“We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of ‘The Soup,” said Jeff Olde, exec vice president of programming and development for E! “‘The Soup’ has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week. Joel took the show to new heights for more than a decade, and his irreverent humor and unique brand of comedy as captured so perfectly on ‘The Soup’ will be missed.”
“I loved doing ‘The Soup’ for all of these years — 86 to be exact — but am excited to solely focus on my acting career now, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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 on “Community” 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. Also Read: Joel McHale »
- Joe Otterson
The only reason to watch E!, as far as I'm concerned, has just ended. According to TVGuide, E! has announced the cancellation of Joel McHale's long running clip show The Soup. McHale originally took over hosting duties for The Soup in 2004. The series started 24 years ago with actor Greg Kinnear. It will end on December 14, 2015 with McHale running down of the series' most memorable episodes. Though this might be the last time we will see The Soup, it shouldn't be the last time we see Joel McHale. Here are six things we'd like to see him do in the future.
"The Soup" will no longer be dishing up pop culture snark.
E! announced that the long-running clip show will end after 22 seasons on Friday, Dec. 18. The show began its life in 1991 as "Talk Soup" with host Greg Kinnear. The network revamped and renamed the show in 2004 when current host Joel McHale took over.
"We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of 'The Soup.' 'The Soup' has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team's fearless wit and clever approach week after week," said Jeff Olde, Evp of programming and development for E! in a statement. Joel took the show to new heights for more than a decade, and his irreverent humor and unique brand of comedy as captured so perfectly »
- Kelly Woo
The Soup's Nascar Special airs tonight and host Joel McHale thinks he's going to "screw it up." Why? Because the one-hour special is live! Joel sat down for an exclusive interview with E! News hosts Maria Menounos and Jason Kennedy to talk about tonight's special "The Soup Invades Nascar Live From Talladega Superspeedway" and he revealed some serious secrets about the show. "It was not my idea, I don't have many ideas," Joel joked. "People tell me ideas and I go, 'That's a great idea! We should do that!' But I think I didn't have the idea because I never thought in my wildest dreams that we would be shooting from the infield at the Talladega »
When E!’s The Soup airs a live, hour-long episode from Talladega Superspeedway this Friday (10/9c), it’ll be one of the most artful examples of drafting that Nascar has ever seen.
Stock-car racing is “one of the biggest sports in the country. It’s even bigger than baseball. So, just for that factor alone, we want to be near them,” host and comedian Joel McHale tells TVLine a few days before the broadcast. “Just the fact that they are allowing us to do it is a coup. I think we’ve tricked them. I assume they’re regretting it. »
Joel McHale and Dale Earnhardt Jr. are going to make you laugh in these behind-the-scenes pics! Earlier this week we told you that The Soup is going to be doing a live, one-hour Nascar special at the end of this month. We also showed you the hilarious video host McHale did with Earnhardt Jr. to promote the show. Now to get you even more excited about the special, we're going to show you some behind-the-scenes pics from McHale and Eardnhardt Jr.'s video shoot. Want to see what happened when cameras weren't rolling? Click through the gallery to see all of the pics of the cast and crew during filming! Watch an all-new episode of The Soup this Friday at 10 p.m., only on E! Plus check out »
Joel McHale has a new hosting job! It was just announced that The Soup star will host The Trevor Project's 2015 TrevorLIVE Los Angeles on Dec. 6! The music, comedy and award show will take place at the Hollywood Palladium and will bring together Hollywood's Lgbtq community and supporters to celebrate TrevorLIVE Los Angeles. The event will benefit The Trevor Project, who in turn will be honoring HBO's President of Programming Michael Lombardo and The Walt Disney Company for their Lgbtq advocacy. Special guest director and Trevor board member Adam Shankman will oversee the event. For more information on The Trevor Project visit TheTrevorProject.org. Watch McHale on »
“The Soup” is set to air an hourlong special from the Talladega Superspeedway on Oct. 23. In a teaser for the live episode, host Joel McHale gets a glimpse of how Dale Earnhardt Jr. uses his pit crew to help him get ready for a dinner out, and gets a makeover of his own. The E! clip show will air ahead of Nascar’s Camping World 500 race on Sunday, Oct. 5, and will feature cameo appearances by several of the sport’s drivers. Also read: Joel McHale Says He's Not Interested in CBS's 'Late Late Show' Gig (Video) “When I think of Nascar, »
- Reid Nakamura
The Soup is going to Nascar! That's right, the E! show will be doing an episode live from Nascar later this month. The show will take place on Oct. 23 just two days before the biggest racing stars around hit the Talladega Superspeedway for the big race on Oct. 25. In celebration of the Nascar special, host Joel McHale has teamed up with Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a hilarious promo sketch in which the two enlist Earnhardt's pit crew to help them quickly change wardrobe. Check out the video above to see McHale and Earnhardt change clothes with the help of Earnhardt's pit crew! Watch new episodes of The Soup Fridays at 10 p.m., only on E! And don't miss the one-hour "The Soup »
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