The Soup Exclusive: WWE Superstars The Miz, Eve and More Take On Joan Rivers and Mankini!
This Wednesday, The Soup will celebrate the WWE the way it knows best: by poking fun at the wrestling organization’s beloved over-the-top stories and no-holds-barred flair for the dramatic. But fret not, WWE fans, a handful of Superstars and Divas will be on hand to dish it right back — or in some cases, play along — and we have your exclusive first look at some of those moments. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine Items: WWE Crashes The Soup, La Lucci Visits Colbert, Web Therapy Renewed and More!
The WWE Superstars are invading The Soup.
E!’s weekly pop culture-skewering clip show has teamed with the WWE on a wrestling-themed special titled The Soup Salutes WWE: Piledriving Clips in Your Face. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Joel McHale Re-Ups With The Soup, Breaking Bad Guy Enters Asylum and More!
Joel McHale has cooked up at least two more seasons with The Soup, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE
Is Parenthood Too Chatty? What Is Finn Thinking? Is J.Lo Dissing Randy? And More TV Questions!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, here are some queries we are going to throw at you, from shows including How I Met Your Mother, Glee, Parenthood, American Idol and Happy Endings! READ MORE
TVLine Items: Fringe Has Fun With World Series, TNT Pilot Taps Brothers & Sisters Alum and More
What happened with Fringe? “Baseball Happened”!
Fox’s sci-fi series is acknowledging the fact that this Friday’s much-anticipated installment has been pushed back a week because of World Series Game 7. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: New Justified Villains, Thrones Scoop, The Soup Meets Walking Dead and More!
Come January, Boomtown devotees may want to start tuning in to executive producer Graham Yost’s latest series, Justified. READ MORE
Eye On Emmy: Joel McHale Reveals Why Community Is His 'Boyhood Fantasy Come True'
Joel McHale seems to be everywhere these days. Over the past year, he’s established himself as a respected comedian (touring the country with his standup gig); expanded his burgeoning movie career (he has three films slated for release in 2011 and spent May in Boston shooting the dark comedy Ted opposite Mark Wahlberg); and continued his run on two TV gigs, hosting E!’s weekly satirical clip-show The Soup, and starring on NBC’s buzzy sitcom Community as Jeff Winger, the acerbically charming womanizer with a proverbial heart of gold.
It is the latter that might finally garner some industry recognition for McHale in the form of a 2011 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series… READ MORE