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Community: What Joel McHale Has Done Since The Series Ended

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Joel McHale starred as Jeff Winger on the cult hit sitcom Community for six seasons, but here’s what he’s gotten up to since the series ended.

Joel McHale starred as Jeff Winger on the cult hit sitcom Community for six seasons, but here’s what he’s gotten up to since the series ended. Before becoming Greendale’s resident deadpan snarker, McHale was primarily known for hosting The Soup, E!’s weekly show that delighted in making of pop culture, especially reality TV. Oddly both shows would sign off in the same year, 2015, with McHale hosting The Soup for nearly a decade. The Soup has since been revived, with comedian Jade Catta-Preta as host, although it’s yet to catch on as well as McHale’s version.

Since his time on Community and The Soup ended, McHale has succeeded in keeping himself relevant, continuing with stand-up comedy, hosting shows wherever he can, a podcast with Ken Jeong, and also booking his share of acting roles. He also recently reunited with the Community cast to do a table read of a classic episode, further spurring on fan desires for the fabled Community movie, or better yet, a season 7.

One thing is clear: McHale isn’t willing to let his time in the spotlight end, and that’s not a bad thing for fans of sharp humor. Here’s what McHale has done since Community.

Community: What Joel McHale Has Done Since The Series Ended

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Joel McHale’s post-Community career is perhaps best split into two halves, his acting work and his time as a host. Acting-wise, McHale landed the lead role of Jack in CBS sitcom The Great Indoors fairly after Community‘s demise, although it was canceled after one season. During that same period, McHale popped up in a good number of guest roles on shows like Bojack Horseman, Dr. Ken, Difficult People, Dimension 404, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Bill Nye Saves the World, and Rick and Morty.

In 2018, McHale appeared in Assassination Nation, an indie movie about a small town thrown into chaos by the reveal of personal secrets, the crass puppet comedy The Happytime Murders, and best of all, National Lampoon biopic A Futile and Stupid Gesture, in which he played Community co-star Chevy Chase. McHale’s next big TV role was as conspiratorial talk show host Tad O’Malley on FOX’s revival of The X-Files, which was followed not long after by a short stint on Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet. More recently, McHale has been playing Sylvester Pemberton aka Starman on DC’s Stargirl TV show, and also found the time to guest star on Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone.

As for the other half of his post-Community career, McHale hosted The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale on Netflix in 2018, which ran 19 episodes total. It was basically The Soup in all but name, which the show itself gleefully made fun of. McHale also recently hosted The Tiger King and I, a post-show for the wildly popular Netflix documentary series Tiger King. He’s also been a prolific talk show guest, as well as a guest co-host on Live with Kelly and Ryan, The Today Show, and The Talk. Community may be over, but Joel McHale isn’t at a loss for work.

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Qala: Amitabh Bachchan Sends Best Wishes to the Team of Tripti Dimri, Babil Khan’s Netflix Film

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, on Monday sent good wishes to the team of the film ‘Qala’ as the makers released behind the scenes video from the making of the movie that stars late actor Irrfan Khan son’s Babil. “Anvita ji .. Wishing all the very best .. looking quite different .. good to see the making as well,” Big B tweeted by sharing the video on his official handle. Qala: Irrfan Khan’s Son Babil Khan To Make His Acting Debut Opposite Tripti Dimri in Anushka Sharma Produced Netflix Film (Watch Video).



The upcoming feature film ‘Qala’ will mark the second collaboration of Anushka Sharma’s production house- Clean state films with Netflix after critically-acclaimed feature drama ‘Bulbbul’ that was released on the streaming giant in 2020. The project will be helmed by Anvitaa Dutt who had previously directed ‘Bulbbul’ for the Clean States. She is also known for her works in critically and commercially hit movies like ‘Queen’, ‘Dostana’, ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’, and more. Irrfan Khan’s Son Babil Khan Slams Journalists for Asking if He Was ‘High’ While Attending Filmfare Awards 2021.




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Through ‘Qala’ late legendary actor Irrfan Khan son- Babil will make his debut in the Indian film industry. Along with him, the movie will also feature Tripti Dimri and Swastika Mukherjee in pivotal roles. The plot of the film is being kept under wraps for now, but through the official releases, it is evident that the movie will revolve around the story of a daughter who craves her mother’s love.



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Rashmika Mandanna: No Film Industry Is Different, Everyone Is a Storyteller

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Actress Rashmika Mandanna started her career with Kannada film and successfully entered Telugu and Tamil films. She is now set to make her Bollywood debut with Mission Majnu, followed by her role in the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Goodbye. Rashmika feels there is no difference when it comes to working in any industry. Goodbye: Pavail Gulati Joins Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna-Starrer!



“I believe every team, director, crew member work differently. So, if the same cast is working with different team, they become different. So, none of them are the same (individually) but no industry is different. Everyone is just a storyteller,” she tells IANS. Goodbye: Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna To Star Together for the First Time; Shoot Begins (View Post).




Rashmika has been leading in the film industry as an actress since her 2016 debut with Kirik Party. However, the Hindi debut only recently, in Badshah’s video ‘Top Tucker’. “I think it’s just the time because before Covid hit, I had no time because I was doing so many South films and I didn’t feel at that time that I should do Bollywood (films). Once Covid hit and other projects slowed down, I felt it was the right time to do it and that’s when Mission Majnu and Goodbye came. There is no particular reason why I didn’t do it because back then I had a couple of Hindi film offers but I feel now is the right time,” she says.



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Alma Wahlberg, Donnie and Mark Wahlberg’s Mother, Passes Away at 78

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Alma Wahlberg, Donnie and Mark Wahlberg's Mother, Passes Away at 78




, the matriarch of the Wahlberg family who was prominently featured on the American reality show , recently passed away at the age of 78. Various members of the Wahlberg family, including actor Mark Wahlberg and Donnie Wahlberg, made the announcement on Sunday morning via social media. Mark wrote on Twitter, “My angel. Rest in peace,” while Donnie tweeted “She was always an angel. Now she has her wings.” Helen McCrory, Peaky Blinders and Potter Star, Passes Away.



Alma grew up in the Dorchester area of Boston and married E. Wahlberg in 1965. Alma raised nine children: Arthur, James, Michelle, Paul, Tracey, Robert, Donnie, Mark, and Debbie, who died in 2003. She also worked as a bank clerk and nurse’s aide, according to her A and E biography for ‘Wahlburgers’. Alma and Donald divorced in 1982, and Donald died in 2008. Russell Crowe’s Father John Alexander Crowe Passes Away; The Actor Shares A Heartfelt Note.




She became a beloved feature of the family’s reality show ‘Wahlburgers’ which ran for 10 seasons from 2014 to 2019. According to Variety, Alma was featured in 27 episodes of the show, which followed the family’s burgeoning restaurant business. Alma worked as a greeter and hostess at her sons’ restaurants, including Paul’s Alma Nove, which was named after her, sharing “her infectious laugh and sense of humor with everyone who comes to dine,” as the A and E bio states.



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