On the final (like, ever) episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, our old pal Jon Stewart stopped by to wish Wilmore well and tell him what a great job he’s done, like good dads do.
In a very candid interview with The New York Times on Wednesday, Larry Wilmore said of his show’s sudden cancellation, “There weren’t any talks. It was just pretty much fait accompli.”
My late-night father Larry Wilmore addressed the unfortunate cancellation of The Nightly Show on Monday night’s episode, joking that this means America is cured and “racism is solved.”
The great minds controlling late night programming have struck again, cutting a show that often dedicated itself to social commentary rather than prioritizing desk bits that focus on bad singing.
Larry Wilmore used Monday’s The Nightly Show to respond to Piers Morgan and comment on the expected backlash that comes after one calls the first black president “my nigga.”
Humor is subjective. Most of these jokes made me laugh. The audience’s reactions throughout made me cringe.
Wednesday on The Nightly Show, Larry Wilmore had on Marley Dias, the New Jersey 11-year-old who—after becoming sick of reading almost exclusively about “white boys and dogs—made it her mission to collect 1,000 books featuring black girl protagonists and distribute those books at schools in both the U.S. and Jamaica.
Issa Rae and her fans are playing the waiting game with her TV career, and much of the delay has to do with Hollywood’s cluelessness. In a new profile for The New York Times, Rae talked about the status of her HBO pilot and her struggles getting projects heard in the thick of whiteness.
Why is there even a debate over whether the Confederate Flag should be removed in South Carolina? Larry Wilmore explored this question on Monday’s edition of The Nightly Show, calling the flag a blatant “symbol of oppression and intimidation.”
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer stopped by The Nightly Show on Thursday night to chat casually about breastfeeding, the National Spelling Bee and racial stereotypes.
On Monday night, both Larry Wilmore and Jon Stewart, hosts of The Nightly Show and The Daily Show respectively, took on former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's comments about President Obama with their own flair. Let's see who really brought Giuliani to his knees, shall we?
Issa Rae's awkward-black-girl comedy Insecure has landed a pilot order at HBO. The project has been sitting with the network since 2013, when I first got my Champagne glass ready.
Larry Wilmore wasted no time declaring his agenda for Tuesday night's episode of The Nightly Show: slamming Bill Cosby. "We're answering the question, 'Did he do it?'" said the host at the top of the show. "The answer will be yes."
The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore debuted on Monday night, officially replacing The Colbert Report, and yes the first episode went smoothly. It's black and good.
People of color are taking over … the fall television schedule. From Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis to Octavia Spencer and Tracee Ellis Ross, it’s a long overdue change on network TV.
We now have an idea of what Comedy Central's highly anticipated Minority Report will be like., which fans of The Daily Show have witnessed on more than a few occassions. When comedian Larry Wilmore was picked to replace Stephen Colbert (who is stepping down from his gig hosting The Colbert Report to host The Late Show …
On Friday, Comedy Central announced Larry Wilmore, The Daily Show's "Senior Black Correspondent" will succeed Stephen Colbert. Wilmore's new show will be called—wait for it—The Minority Report. OH I CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS. From The Washington Post:
Courageous outlier/former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano isn't afraid to voice unpopular opinions no matter how factually inaccurate they are. The Fox News senior judicial analyst recently expressed some pretty out there (and entirely ignorant) thoughts on Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War,…
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