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Serving fresh new episodes of its long-running series, "The Soup" is now hosted by comedian and actress Jade Catta-Preta. The evolved and supercharged series features Catta-Preta's irreverent sense of humor and sharp point-of-view of the entertainment world. From the hottest new series, to the latest OMG reality TV moments, to the best viral videos, plus everything in between, Catta-Preta offers fans the chance to catch up on what they've missed and offer humorous commentary on the most-talked-about pop culture moments of the week.

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An unfiltered look at buzzy clips of the week across entertainment and social media as well as hilarious moments across TV and entertainment.
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An unfiltered look at buzzy clips of the week across entertainment and social media as well as hilarious moments across TV and entertainment.
VOD available
An unfiltered look at buzzy clips of the week across entertainment and social media as well as hilarious moments across TV and entertainment.
VOD available
An unfiltered look at buzzy clips of the week across entertainment and social media as well as hilarious moments across TV and entertainment.
VOD available
An unfiltered look at buzzy clips of the week across entertainment and social media as well as hilarious moments across TV and entertainment.
aired 114 days ago
A first look at the return of the long running series, with a new host, less salt and more flavor.

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