[09/17/10 - 07:09 PM] Development Update: Friday, September 17 Updates include: Peter Tolan, J.J. Abrams land more projects; James Cameron brings "True Lies" to ABC; and a recurrence of cancer forces Andy Whitfield to depart Starz's "Spartacus."
ADDITIONAL NOTES: a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months - without any news about its future - is assumed to be canceled
DESCRIPTION: (from G4's press release, March 2011) "Web Soup" is back and armed with more outlandish and ridiculous viral videos featuring jaw-dropping stunts, peculiar pranks and all kinds of extraordinary mishaps for its viewers. On March 30th, the hilarious series returns for a third season that captures the "best of the worst" moments on the web and brings viewers a no-holds-barred look at the week's Internet mayhem. In each episode, comedian and host Chris Hardwick presents a variety of blunders, faux pas, slip-ups and more, along with his signature wry commentary, outrageous sketches and irreverent humor. The third season of "Web Soup," now available in HD. premieres Wednesday, March 30th at 8pmET/PT on G4. New segments this season include the hard-hitting "Web Soup Investigates," which takes the show outside the studio and on to the streets, as well as a segment based on the popular show "Intervention" where a desperate attempt is made to remedy troubling internet trends. This season will also bring surprise guests, as well as special themed episodes for holidays such as April Fool's Day and 420.