Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont was scheduled to appear on Late Night with Seth Meyers Thursday evening, but had to cancel last minute. Instead, they brought in the natural replacement: Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant.
On this week’s episode of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver took a look at gerrymandering, “one of the few remaining types of science in which the Republican party currently believes.”
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is finally back, and, like all of us, Oliver is clearly resentful that Donald Trump’s disastrous first month has prevented him from focusing on anything else. The show’s longer segment, which generally involves a deep-dive into non-front page news, settled wearily on the president’s…
Leah Remini and 50 Cent brought the national booty-eating convo into the clubhouse on Thursday night’s edition of Watch What Happens Live.
Seth Meyers took ten minutes of his show Wednesday night to offer an emotional message of hope, tempered with humor. Remember, it’s okay to laugh a little bit, even if right nothing seems all that funny.
On Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver did a segment on this year’s third party candidates, a miserable lineup which includes a guy named Joe Exotic, who claims to run the “largest private zoo for tigers.” It also includes Jill Stein and Gary Johnson, who are not much more impressive.
In a Last Week Tonight segment measuring Clinton’s “scandals” against those of her amphibious competitor, John Oliver underlined the insanity of considering both candidates equally controversial.
Michelle Obama was Stephen Colbert’s guest on Late Night Tuesday, and though she is gracious, funny, and pushing her Let Girls Learn program throughout, Colbert still managed to get a couple of juicy comments about Melania Trump out of her.
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.
If you start watching this video and wonder what’s happening, it’s because Usher performed a slow motion version of his song “Crash,” one of my favorites of the year, Thursday night on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Watch as he slowly and subtly owns the stage and does his Usher-like spin moves with grace.
Like a delightfully irritated fairy queen beaming a ray of magical light into the writhing depths of hell, Samantha Bee is preparing to descend upon the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
In a live interview at the BuzzFeed office today, Stephen Colbert attempted to explain why he only employs two women and exactly zero people of color on his writing staff with a rambling and not all-too convincing monologue.
In a recent profile, Full Frontal host Samantha Bee told Rolling Stone that she, unlike many Daily Show viewers, had never expected to take over Jon Stewart’s role—and that her acceptance of TBS’s Full Frontal offer came in part out of her own assumption that she would be passed over. “It didn’t seem like a reality to…
On the latest episode of Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, our host took a beautiful rhetorical dump on the Republican Party, whose comrades in the Senate recently rejected four extremely sane measures restricting gun sales one week after 49 people were murdered in an Orlando gay club.
At the end of Meghan Trainor’s performance of her song “Me Too” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday night, gravity lost all faith in her and sent her tumbling to the floor. It was better than watching her dance.
Jenna Bush Hager and her mother Laura Bush went on The Tonight Show to promote a children’s book they wrote about appreciating nature—an interesting sentiment, considering their family’s ties to the oil industry—and ended up chattin’ about another thing they appreciate: dad’s childlike, nightmarish paintings.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer went on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to offer some expert insight into the art of procuring weed.
Anna Wintour went on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday night and, like a Chanel-patterned butterfly nudging itself out of its soft cocoon, made herself vulnerable unto the world with one strangely humanizing tale about getting lost in the basement of Madison Square Garden.
Thank you, James Corden, for reminding me that I will never, ever stop wanting to be in an intimate student-mentor relationship with Jennifer Lopez.