In the premiere season, anchor Joel McHale is getting into the investigative journalism business--well, sort of. The newsmagazine parody will tackle pop culture mysteries, celebrity rumors and shocking questions--like how tweens would react to an artificially aged photo of Justin Bieber. The tongue-in-cheek format, known so well by The Soup fans, will play out in a more civilized tone--if you count a segment on the analysis of where The Bachelor buys its roses as civilized. Get ready for an exhaustive and in-depth look at everything and anything in vogue.
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