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Joel McHale Teases 'Dangerous' Contestants for 'Card Sharks' Season 3 (Exclusive)

Card Sharks is back for another round on ABC tonight and host Joel McHale is taking the beloved game show’s moniker quite literally, teasing that a “dangerous” batch of contestants are coming up on the show’s third season. In an exclusive with PopCulture.com last month ahead of his other Wednesday night series Crime Scene Kitchen’s premiere, McHale joked how Card Sharks was upping the stakes with some very sharp contestants.
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Text To Win Tickets To See Joel McHale at Prairie Band

You could win 2 tickets to see Joel McHale at Prairie Band Casino and Resort. He is scheduled to perform on August 21, 2021. Listen from 6AM to 4PM for the daily keyword to text to 877-297-1077 for your chance to win. Majic will select a new winner each day Monday through Thursday at 4pm to receive a pair of tickets to the show. Then on Friday, June 25, one of those lucky winners, will also win the grand prize, which includes an overnight hotel stay at the Prairie Band resort and 5,000 points to be used at any Prairie Band venue or as Prairie Cash.
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Animated ‘Mortal Kombat Legends’ Sequel Arriving This Summer (Exclusive) Joel McHale and Jennifer Carpenter are signing up for more Mortal Kombat. The actors are returning to voice star in Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms after voicing Johnny Cage (McHale)…. Roku Inks Streaming Rights Deal With Saban Films. Streaming...
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Defend Yourself: Joel McHale

Joel McHale, star of The Soup, Community, and our dreams, is here to lay down the law with some of his most divisive stances. Is Jesse Williams really handsome? Are Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell TRULY Hollywood's Golden couple? Would he guest star on Grey's Anatomy? Though Joel lost us on a few of his opinions, we were reminded that we're all tied together by our love for THE GOAT, Taylor Swift.
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Joel McHale Shares His Favorite Cocktail Recipe - Exclusive

You may have laughed at his snarky remarks on "The Soup" or binge-watched him in every episode of "Community." Now, actor, comedian, and TV host Joel McHale is adding happy hour expert to his long list of talents. As the Chief Happy Hour Officer at the carbonated mixer brand Q Mixers, he's out to help everyone elevate their cocktail craft and make better mixed drinks at home.
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How Joel McHale ended up hosting Fox's Crime Scene Kitchen

"Well, I entered the baking competition show lottery....," he jokes, adding: "Boy, I think it’s a combination of the fact that I appeared on The Masked Singer and I Can See Your Voice, and I did the New Year’s Eve thing for Fox. That’s been over a few years, and I do love cooking, as evidenced by my Instagram. And secretly I love baked goods, but I just have to be very careful with that. Unless you’re hosting a baking show where you eat 16 desserts a day, which — when somebody gave me that green light, I went for it like a lemming does the cliff. So, yeah. If I wasn’t an actor or host, I would probably be working for Curtis Stone in his restaurant."
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Joel McHale On What To Expect From Crime Scene Kitchen - Exclusive

These days, there's no shortage of binge-worthy baking shows to spark your sweet tooth or inspire a kitchen adventure; but to be honest, once you've seen one, you've kind of seen them all. Contestants are presented with challenges — a pantry (or basket) full of ingredients, a ticking clock, an impossible seeming task — and must create magical masterpieces to impress the judges and win the grand prize. Sound familiar?
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‘Crime Scene Kitchen’ with Joel McHale premieres on FOX: How to watch for free, live stream, TV channel, time

Crumbs, trails of flour and used utensils. That’s all contestants will have to go by on the new food show “Crime Scene Kitchen,” where the objective is to guess which baked goods were made. The series premiere of the unique baking competition is Wednesday, May 26, at 9 p.m. (6 p.m. PDT) on FOX. You can also watch it on FuboTV (7-day free trial) or Hulu + Live TV (free trial).