Everett, who left SourceFed to work on The New Show alongside Discovery‘s Revision3 network, has maintained the SourceFed tone at his new position. When we talked to Everett about The New Show, he expressed interest in combining that tone with “something that [is] more out of the box.” While SourceFed has recently veered towards offbeat and quirky news stories, the first episode of The New Show takes on more of a pop culture bent than the typical SourceFed episode. In particular, it focuses on a lawsuit against the TV show Glee, a subject that leads to many jokes at the expense of the FOX program’s fans.
This first episode is a nice introduction, but it isn’t necessarily an exact indicator of what we should expect from The New Show. According to our interview with Everett and one of the initial videos on his new channel, some future installments will include guests and will have a sort of “talk show” feel to them. The quality of these guest appearances will be crucial to The New Show‘s success, as they will help bring to a different place than its spiritual predecessor.
Until we see more from The New Show, though, there’s nothing to do but subscribe. Feel free to drop a comment, too; if his own active commenting is to be believed, Everett will likely reply.