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Netflix, ever the confusing fickle beast, has cleared out a large space in its unscripted talk-show slate, canceling both The Break With Michelle Wolf and The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale in one fell swoop. Both series were relatively young, with The Break just wrapping up its first ten-episode run and the Joel McHale Show putting out 19 episodes, 13 weekly and six more all at once in a classic Netflix dump.
The Joel McHale Show—an entertainment review show that borrowed more than a little from McHale’s breakout hosting role, The Soup—is probably the most surprising of the two, considering the six extra episodes ordered by the streaming service in July. But The Break seemed primed for white-hot pop culture status; the politically charged comedy show debuted after its host took our President—who can’t even quote Apocalypse, Now correctly because he’s a giant dumb-dumb baby man—and his administration to the woodshed at the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Of course, the absolute worst people on your Twitter timeline will most likely...
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