Scroll through our gallery above to see a few celebrity sightings in Sonoma County. After more than a decade of sniping at the worst reality TV has to offer with the clips show “The Soup,” Mc Hale’s now starring in a new CBS comedy “The Great Indoors.” On the new CBS comedy, he plays a journalist who has spent his life in the wilderness writing for an outdoor magazine.He also performs his stand-up act around the country to sold-out audiences.In 2009 Mc Hale was seen in director Steven Soderbergh's dark, comedic thriller "The Informant," opposite Matt Damon.Mc Hale will paly Tad O'Malley, the anchor of a popular conservative Internet news network who becomes an unlikely ally to Fox Mulder (Duchovny).returns this January for six episodes, which will be a mix of monster-of-the-week episodes and the mythology the series became known for.
His quick wit and sharp comedic timing have made "The Soup" a pop culture phenomenon and led to the success of "The Soup Presents" specials."The good news is the world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tell these six stories."Mitch Pileggi is also set to reprise the role of Walter Skinner in the new series.At the Fox Upfronts, Anderson told us she had yet to read the script (although that's changed by now).Mc Hale was previously seen as a spy-hunting reporter married to Jessica Alba's character, the stepmother to his kids, in Robert Rodriguez's "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D." Mc Hale also served as the host of the 2011 Independent Spirit Awards.Joel Mc Hale is perhaps best known as the star of "The Soup," a weekly entertainment show that satirizes pop culture and current events.