The third instalment of Soup of The Walking Dead aired on E! last night, March 12, in which Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee) are appointed co-presidents of E! after a zombie outbreak wipe out nearly all of the network’s staff and talent. But there are still a few survivors left, so, as Norman puts it, his and Steven’s job is to “invite quality programing to the survivors of this post-apocalyptic hellscape.”
What do they have up their sleeves, you ask? Unfortunately they decided against playing episodes of The Walking Dead on a loop, but they did decide to embrace the walkers and include them in E!’s new, post-apocalyptic programing, like #DeadKids of Beverly Hills, which follows super-rich walkers as they live, play, and shop their way around Southern California.
There’s also DE!ad News, which brings all of the survivors up to date on what’s going on with celebrities (both dead and alive) such as Justin Bieber.
Our favorite zombified program however, is Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Apparently family patriarch Bruce Jenner (who we see turning in a clip) is really big with the dead set. “Dead people 18-49 really wanted more Bruce,” Steven tells Norman when he worries that there may be too much of the former Olympian.
Check out the clip above to see Steven and Norman in action as the co-presidents of E! Pay attention to who they kill in the video’s final moments!
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The Walking Dead Season 4 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.