"The Soup" (TV show), hosted by Joel McHale, is a comedy series on E! Entertainment that bring fans sharp-witted humor, clever commentary and hilarious clips that audiences have grown to love. The program serves a hearty helping of pop culture moments and irresistible tongue-in-cheek humor.

Since 2004 legions of fans have enjoyed the tell-it-like-it-is commentary of host Joel McHale, along with his army of minions including the bikini-wearing-bearded-man Mankini, Lou the Dog and Matt the intern, has become television's answer for dead-on commentary celebrating the week's most memorable moments in entertainment. "The Soup" covers every laughable TV moment complete with McHale's trademark smart wit and take-no-prisoners humor. A master of popular culture with disarming humor and quick wit, McHale takes viewers on a wild ride as he shares the best of the latest water cooler moments in entertainment each week! Whether it's examining the ridiculous behavior of an out-of-control reality star, pointing out the latest embarrassing escapades of celebutantes and politicians or highlighting the best moments of our favorite telenovelas, nothing and no one is off limits. Surprise celebrity guests often brave the sarcasm infested green screen studio to join in on the fun. With unexpected guests popping up every week, "The Soup" really is the happiest meal of them all.

"The Soup" on E! Entertainment is produced by Comcast Entertainment Group.

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White House Correspondents' Dinner: Joel McHale Takes on President Obama, George Clooney and Republicans
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Network: E! Entertainment
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: July 30, 2004
Finale Date: December 18, 2015
Seasons: 11
Production Company: Comcast Entertainment Group

Joel McHale to Host 'The Soup' Through 2016 — The deal extension includes E! Entertainment retaining a first-look agreement with the comedian's Free Period Productions company for ideas for non-scripted series. Read more...
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Joel McHale to Host 'The Soup Investigates' — Premiering Wednesday, October 2, the new E! tongue-in-cheek spin-off series explores the most unfathomable mysteries, controversial rumors and infamous questions in pop culture from the absurd and inexplicable to the bizarre and just plain silly. Read more...

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