Both shows were toplined by comedy personalities with successful track record, McHale as long-time host of The Soup on E! and Wolf as writer and contributor on Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
The Joel McHale Show debuted in February with a 13-episode season and a one episode put out a week. That was followed by an order for six additional episodes. The streaming network tried a different release pattern for the extra episodes, which all premiered on July 15.
The Break‘s 10-episode season premiered in May and aired over 10 weeks, with a finale on July 29.
While The Joel McHale Show had a relatively quiet run,