Last night, Jessica Williams stopped by The Late Show to promote her upcoming Netflix movie, The Incredible Jessica James, and told Stephen Colbert a charming story about meeting J.K. Rowling, first via Twitter and then in real life. Turns out they share a birthday and they both play the Sims for fun.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are on a tour of talking shit about Donald Trump, and they made a stop at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night.
Oliver Stone appeared on Monday night’s The Late Show to promote his Vladimir Putin documentary and looked every bit uncomfortable as Stephen Colbert questioned the director’s alarmingly unchallenging interview with a dictator.
After over a year of dating, Amy Schumer and furniture designer Ben Hanisch have broken up. In a statement, Schumer’s rep said the two “ended their relationship after thoughtful consideration and remain friends.” That’s bittersweet, but it’s also totally predictable.
Stephen Colbert invited all the old correspondents from The Daily Show with John Stewart on The Late Show Tuesday night, seating them on couches in a morning show formation that Colbert says they would have “made fun of” back when they were just rascally satirists on Comedy Central.
I haven’t checked, but I’m almost certain Shade Court is the only branch of government still standing. If that’s the case, hi, I’m in charge now. This is the new national anthem, healthcare is free, I’ve sent Paul Ryan to Cuba and jalapeño poppers can now be used as currency. This is Judge Brown’s America.
Connie Britton very obviously didn’t want to be on Nashville anymore and she made it happen in a way that assured her character will not be able to return. Unless...
Oprah Winfrey wore a lovely, rich-looking off-the-shoulder look on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her first (shockingly) cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life, which she insists is “not a diet book.”
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.
Apparently, Stephen Colbert loves asking cast members of the TV show Black-ish what such a bizarre, incomprehensible word could mean. He’s heard “black” before, and the colloquial add-on “ish,” but combined? Luckily for him, Tracee Ellis Ross has both patience and the desire to promote her show.
On July 17, Late Show host Stephen Colbert made an unexpected evening appearance at the Republican National Convention where, after seizing the podium, he managed to lob insults at both Donald Trump and Mike Pence before being escorted offstage.
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.
Stephen Colbert has a famously long-lasting marriage to his hometown sweetheart Evelyn McGee-Colbert, who he has been hitched to since 1993. Colbert also frequently takes questions from the audience at The Late Show, and everyone loves his answer about how he met Evelyn.
If it was up to David Letterman, there would be a woman hosting CBS’ The Late Show right now instead of Stephen Colbert. So he suggests.
Cynthia Erivo, the British singer and actress currently starring as Celie in Broadway’s The Color Purple, performed one of the show’s closing songs, “I’m Here,” on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show, and—in four breathtaking minutes—proved that she has a better voice than you.
On Wednesday night, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert. She was, as always, the smart teacher who talks with her hands and really makes you want to do better in school. Warren and Colbert spoke about a broad range of subjects, from the presidential primary to her…
Note to any and all late night hosts: Actor Casey Affleck does not have a great sense of humor about himself, so please don’t try to have fun with him.
Amanda Peet went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to promote the second season of her very good HBO show, Togetherness. Somewhere along the way, things got Real.
On Wednesday evening’s episode of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue was interrupted by the notoriously showboating winner of the New Hampshire primary, Sen. Bernie Sanders.
In a rare moving moment in late night, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert hosted DeRay Mckesson—Black Lives Matter activist and one founder of Campaign Zero (an organization focused on ending police violence)—on Martin Luther King Day for a discussion on white privilege, police brutality, and the problem with…