Welcome to the cancel/renew scorecard for The Soup TV show.
This is the most up-to-date place to find out whether The Soup is cancelled or renewed. Is there The Soup Season 14? Will there be a Season 14 of The Soup? Get the latest The Soup cancellation/renewal status below.
Status: Ongoing/Awaiting Decision
Original Run: July 1, 2004 –
Current Seasons: 13
Genre: Clip Show, Pop Culture
Additional Notes: Originally known as 'Talk Soup' in 1991. The Soup was cancelled after 22 seasons, with the series finale airing December 18, 2015. In November 2019, E! revived The Soup for Season 13 with new host Jade Catta-Pretta, which premiered February 12, 2020
The Soup Series Information:
E! GREENLIGHTS THE RETURN OF ICONIC COMEDY FRANCHISE “THE SOUP”
Comedian and Actress Jade Catta-Preta to Host Reimagined Series Debuting in Early 2020
E! announced today that the network will serve fresh new episodes of its long-running, legendary franchise, “The Soup,” hosted by comedian and actress Jade Catta-Preta. Premiering in early 2020, the evolved and supercharged series will feature Catta-Preta’s irreverent sense of humor and sharp point-of-view on the entertainment world. From the hottest new series, to the latest O-M-G reality tv moments, to the best viral videos, plus everything in between, Catta-Preta is a “souper” fan who will catch viewers up on what they’ve missed and offer hilarious commentary on the most talked about pop culture moments.
“We’re excited to bring this beloved franchise back to the network, with a new take on an old favorite,” said Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Production and Development, Oxygen & Production, E!. “Jade’s quick wit and keen observations will provide a much-needed voice in today’s pop culture landscape delivered in a way that only 'The Soup' can.”
Jade Catta-Preta is a Brazilian-born comic and actress working in Los Angeles, New York and Brazil. She performs at comedy clubs all over the country both in English and Portuguese. Her credits include MTV’s Girl Code and Punk’d, Comedy Central’s @Midnight and guest roles on Modern Family and The Jim Gaffigan Show.
Premiering in 1991 as “Talk Soup,” the show launched the careers of hosts Greg Kinnear (“Talk Soup” host 1991–1995), John Henson (“Talk Soup” host 1995–1999), Hal Sparks (“Talk Soup” host 1999–2000) and Aisha Tyler (“Talk Soup” host 2001–2002). Re-launched as “The Soup” in 2004 with host Joel McHale, the series solidified its place in the pop culture zeitgeist as a take-no-prisoners comedy series with a total of 3329 episodes to date.
“The Soup” is produced by Mission Control with Sue Murphy, Dwight D. Smith and Michael Agbabian serving as Executive Producers.
More TV Scorecards