Adult summer camps abound; enamel pins and patches are in vogue. So really, it’s about time somebody made a comedy about a group of women who form a feminist adult Girl Scout troop.
The Brothers Meyers (Josh and Seth) have collaborated to bring you a half-hour single-camera comedy series called The Exceptional. Deadline reported on Wednesday the show got a script commitment from NBC.
On Tuesday night’s edition of Late Night with Seth Meyers, Amber Ruffin, the show’s hilarious beacon of hope and fury, delivered a nearly three-minute informercial in which she reworked art made by bad men—beginning with “Fun It,” a take on Chris Brown’s “Run It.”
Seth Meyers’s wife Alexi Ashe gave birth to their son in the lobby of their Manhattan apartment Sunday evening, just minutes after calling 911. “I called 911 and over the course of a minute conversation,” he told his audience on Monday. “I said, ‘We’re about to have a baby—we’re having a baby— we had a baby.”
Awards season kicks off in January with the Golden Globes—a fun dinner party for famous people in Spanx and tuxedos to eat, imbibe clear liquor, and accept awards while wedding reception-drunk. This year, Forbes writes, we need a “feminist” host—and that host is NOTED feminist hero Seth Meyers!!
If Jennifer Hudson throws a shoe at you, great job! You have done something amazing.
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.
See for yourself.
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.
Trumps success with white voters, and especially with white women, has left many white Hillary Clinton supporters reeling. On Thursday night, Late Night’s Amber Ruffin emerged from the writers’ room to help those confused white people through an experience she’s been living her whole life.
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 Thursday evening, Seth Meyers took a closer look at the anti-trans bathroom bills that recently passed in North Carolina and Mississippi. In case you hadn’t realized, both bills are both bad and stupid.
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.
While the costumes on Mad Men never came off as low-maintenance, actress Alison Brie still received a warm, wet, acrid shock when she learned just how challenging 1960s apparel can be—especially when paired with modern day underwear.
Amy Poehler came on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night for a special Women’s World Cup -themed reprisal of their SNL outrage outlet, Really!?!
There are so many reasons to lament our lack of regular Maya Rudolph programming, but when people like Rachel Dolezal crop up, it’s especially frustrating.
During Wednesday’s Late Night, Adam Scott told Seth Meyers a story about filming a video that got both he and Paul Rudd kicked out of a wedding. 10 years ago, they were asked to take part in “one of those videos where all the buddies say congratulations” to their engaged friend. But instead of saying something like,…
Since announcing her candidacy, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina has been on a bit of a media blitz, making breezy, cool-girl appearances on both the fourth hour of Today and Late Night with Seth Meyers. She’s also demonstrated, in mere days, that for a former tech CEO, Republican Presidential hopeful Carly…
There are plenty of ways to hack your Chipotle experience. You could order a veggie burrito to get free guacamole, ask for free tortillas or taco shells on the side if you order a bowl, or get the infamous quesarito and make everyone behind you mad. But all of those are stomach-related tricks, and will do nothing to…
Poor Jon Snow. He just hasn’t had many opportunities to develop great conversational skills, sulking back and forth across the Wall. That’s the basis of this Late Night with Seth Meyers sketch, which plunks Jon down in a New York City dinner party. It’s not exactly his forte.