'The Joel McHale Show' Trailer Promises 'No Boundaries' in Official Trailer

Stephanie Topacio Long
Moviefone

Former host of "The Soup" Joel McHale is returning to give us snarky commentary on all things pop culture, and he's going to do it without any boundaries.

Netflix released the official trailer for "The Joel McHale" show Thursday, and it teased how the comedian will tackle topical issues. The streamer's description promises "celebrity guests, comedy sketches, and insane video clips from every corner of the internet." Meanwhile, the host himself guaranteed pointing and laughing -- perhaps even both at the same time. Based on the preview, we can also expect phallic images at least on occasion, so keep in mind that it might be a little NSFW.

McHale hosted "The Soup" on E! from 2004 to 2015. He also starred in the CBS sitcom "The Great Indoors" and before that, "Community," which aired on NBC before moving to Yahoo for its final season.

"The Joel McHale" show will stream new episodes weekly starting Feb. 18.

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