Michelle Wolf has been a writer for years on Late Night With Seth Meyers and The Daily Show With Trevor Noah. Netflix is finally giving a woman who writes late-night jokes the opportunity to actually tell them, too.
Friends, I must dispatch some unfortunate news. I cannot say the words myself so I will just quote James Corden here: “There is some new music coming out from Meghan Trainor.”
The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon is one of the hardest late night shows to watch because of Jimmy Fallon. His shtick is wearing thin; he seems tired, bored, and occasionally surly. No one’s watching his little show after he rumpled President Trump’s hair and maybe he wants a vacation. Watching a man drag his feet…
The world of comedy is network of people giving each other jobs, promoting one another’s shows, and then giving each other more jobs. Louis C.K. has long benefited from this system, serving as a writer on shows that also employed many men who ended up as late night hosts, who, in turn, helped him promote whatever…
Here’s Shania Twain, in a sparkly catsuit on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, singing her new single. It’s called “Swingin’ with My Eyes Closed” and I really want to like it but am having some trouble.
Seth Meyers continued his streak of being one of the most reasonable, cool-headed and centered late-night personalities by delivering a brief but impactful speech at the top of his show about the weekend’s events in Charlottesville.
By the looks of it, David Letterman has been growing out his beard long enough and is ready at last to return to a regular television gig.
See for yourself.
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.
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.