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E! Ending The Soup After 22 Years

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As Seinfeld‘s Soup Nazi would say, “No soup for you.” E! announced Wednesday that it’s not dishing up new episodes of The Soup in the new year and beyond. After 22 seasons, the final show will air Friday, Dec. 18 on the network.

“We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of The Soup. [The show] has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week,” E!’s exec VP of programming and development Jeff Olde said in a statement (The Hollywood Reporter). “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 long-running pop culture clip show first debuted on the network in 1991 as Talk Soup. Greg Kinnear hosted it from 1991-1995 with John Henson (1995–99), Hal Sparks (1999–2000) and Aisha Tyler (2001–02) following thereafter. In 2004, the show was rebooted as The Soup with Joel McHale. The 43-year-old Community actor has hosted it ever since, spanning almost twelve years.

read McHale’s parting words which includes a jab at the Kardashians

The CW Finally Cancels America’s Next Top Model

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It’s deuces bitches!!! America’s Next Top Model is about to sashay down the runway for the very last time.

The CW announced the long-running modeling competition will end on December 4 when Cycle 22 crowns its final Top Model winner. Believe it or not, a world without smizing, booty tooching, Ty-overs and my personal favorite, Pot Ledom, is upon us.

“America’s Next Top Model was a successful franchise for two networks, first at UPN and then The CW, and it became not just a ratings hit, but a global pop culture phenomenon,” said CW president Mark Pedowitz in a statement. “I want to thank Tyra [Banks] and Ken [Mok] for all their years of success in establishing a show that was not just popular in the U.S., but all across the world”

ANTM first premiered on UPN in 2003. When UPN and The WB merged, the Tyra Banks show was the first show to air on The CW. With ANTM officially dunzo, Supernatural is the sole remaining show from the WB/UPN era.

Though no confirmed plans have been made, the network is reportedly considering a retrospective Top Model special in 2016. Given it’s mark on pop culture, I believe The CW should air one. Read Banks’ statement below.

read Tyra’s statement after the jump


Well, that didn’t last long. After two low-rated showings, FOX pulled the plug on Knock Knock Live. The Ryan Seacrest-hosted show’s last episode only delivered 1.6 million viewers and a 0.5 rating among adults 18-49. Not even Justin Bieber surprising a fan with a Quinceanara could lure in viewers 😉

I watched half of the premiere and literally fell asleep. With The Million Second Quiz only lasting a season on NBC, and this trainwreck on FOX for a split second, Seacrest must be getting a bit antsy about finding an on-camera gig after American Idol ends next year.

Did you watch the show? Do you think Seacrest can find another hit show to star in? At least producing those Kardashian shows will keep him busy for a long time. Sadly enough. Sound off below.


In 2016, the once-behemoth singing reality show will sing its final note. FOX announced Season 15 of American Idol will be its last. It truly is the end of an era.

“You know, it was not an easy decision,” said FOX chairman and CEO Gary Newman. ”American Idol has been such a vital part of Fox for its run, and we spent a lot of time talking with producers about the future of American Idol and collectively we arrived at the conclusion that it was time to bring the show to an end. But we wanted to do it in a way that felt special and celebratory and treated the show the way it deserved to be treated.”

who’s coming back after the jump


For the most part, the broadcast networks have revealed the fates of their shows heading into next week’s exciting upfronts week. I’m sure the remaining shows in limbo will learn the verdict this weekend.

For a television addict like myself, it’s my favorite time of the year. I can’t wait to see what they think will become the next breakout hits next season. Until the big unveiling, check out below to see if your favorites are returning for the 2015-16 season.

check out the current status of all the shows after the jump


As of publish time, all of ABC’s shows learned their fates with exception to Last Man Standing. With regards to the Tim Allen sitcom, does anyone actually care 😉

While some of the renewals were simply a formality like in the cases of Grey’s Anatomy, Once Upon A Time and Scandal, the alphabet network served a few surprises by granting certain freshman shows a sophomore run. Find out below if your favorites got the axe or if they live to see another day.

check out the fates of other ABC shows after the jump


Even by The CW standards, Hart of Dixie garnered anemic ratings. After four seasons, the drama’s luck finally ran out. The network revealed it canceled the Rachel Bilson medical dramedy.

The news shouldn’t come as a surprise to fans. The CW renewed eight series back in December and Hart of Dixie was not one of them. In addition, the show’s creator Leila Gerstein tweeted about the “final three episodes” back in March. Find out below what other show The CW pulled the plug on.

find out what other CW show got the axe after the jump

FOX Pulls The Plug On The Mindy Project

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Ever since it premiered, The Mindy Project has always been on-the-bubble. It’s escaped the chopping block for a couple seasons but the guillotine finally fell on the comedy. FOX canceled the Mindy Kaling series after three seasons. There is, however, light at the end of the tunnel. Find out below.

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