Next up, Eva Marie and Jonathan are packing up their house and are getting ready for their big move back to California, but they aren't doing it alone!
broadcast ratings Wednesday marks an impressive milestone for "The Soup" when the show, which pulls in a weekly average audience of about 1 million, will air its 500th episode.The quincentenary will be broadcast live — twice, one time for the East Coast and another for the West Coast.The series, known as "Talk Soup" before Mc Hale took over in 2004, has become one of the most durable comedy vehicles for the cable network, the home of the Kim Kardashian TV empire and Chelsea Handler's late-night talk show.The program, which showcases Mc Hale's sharp wit and charm, helped catapult him into a lead role on NBC's cult-favorite sitcom "Community" and roles in films such as Seth Mac Farlane's "Ted."PHOTOS: Cable vs.“I really feel that if Robyn was accepted into Whitney’s life, Whitney would still be alive today,” he added.
“She didn’t have close friends with her anymore.” Whitney died of a drug overdose in February 2012.
(The show will air locally at 10 p.m.)"There's a real sense of danger for this one," Mc Hale said while stretching out in a back room at E! "I mean, we're actually going to ."The live performances are indeed a departure for Mc Hale and crew.
Although it is tightly scripted, the actual production inside its small studio is a loose, no-frills affair played out in front of a small but loudly exuberant audience.
Leila is part brave, part reckless, 100% shameless and is embarking on a romantic Choose Your Own Adventure, trudging through the hell of dating - gay and straight.
In 2000, the “I’m Every Woman” songstress refuted rumors she was a lesbian.
Chad takes her to a trampoline bounce house where they jump around and look adorable.