Former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will be a guest on HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” on April 25 — her first public appearance since leaving office Dec. 31. After leading the pack for much of last year’s mayoral race, Quinn finished a distant third in the Sept. 10 primary.
On Friday night's episode of HBO's "Real Time" two members of the political activist group Pussy Riot chatted with Bill Maher about their controversial and performative actions against the Russian government. At one point, the three,...Show More Summary
Last night on HBO's Real Time, Masha Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot sat down with Bill Maher to discuss their journey from performance artists to political activists. The extended conversation,...Show More Summary
Long before it was presidential to say marijuana is safer than alcohol, comedian, best-selling author, MLB Mets co-owner and progressive talk-show host Bill Maher (HBO's Real Time) was one of the brightest torches in favor of sensible...Show More Summary
HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher isn’t generally a regular stop on the promotional tours of musicians with albums coming out, and there’s a reason for that. The show doesn’t host musical performances, and musicians can get a bit swallowed up when they’re thrown onto a panel full of experienced pundits. That happened, sort of, [...]
Said Bill Maher, on the "Overtime" portion of his HBO show "Real Time," and this really annoys me, because I watched the whole damned show last night, hoping he'd get to this issue, and the show was pretty bad and boring, never getting to this issue, and now I see it was dumped in the on-line only part?!How did that happen? Hmm??? I suspect The Gay Mafia!
Bill Maher, the stand-up comedian and host of HBO's "Real Time," said it was "pathetic" for Republican New York City Congressman Michael Grimm to attempt to use his show in a fundraising pitch. "It’s pathetic how easy it is to push these peoples' buttons. Show More Summary
Last week, Bill Maher made some statements on his HBO show, Real Time, that had the "War on Christianity" crowd up in arms. While most of these people will find any statement regarding religion from Bill Maher to be offensive, when he...Show More Summary
Comedian Bill Maher is no stranger to making outrageous and offensive comments, usually directed at conservatives. His weekly HBO program “Real Time with Bill Maher” is an opportunity for the devout atheist and liberal to spew his anti-conservative...Show More Summary
One week after taking home his second consecutive CPAC straw poll victory, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) got some credit from Bill Maher. On Friday's edition of HBO's "Real Time," Maher labeled Paul as the guy who "could give Hillary a runShow More Summary
In a Wednesday afternoon blog post, HBO's Real Time host Bill Maher took on what he perceives to be the Republican Party's tendency to elevate any celebrity that declares himself a conservative. "Republicans Are the Nation’s Biggest Starfkers," declared the self-censored headline.
Rachel Maddow needs to get out more, as evidenced by her performance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher this weekend. While the host of The Rachel Maddow Show churns out astute political essays five nights a week on MSNBC, her talent for casually destroying the fallacious thinking of others, to their faces, is woefully underused in that role. Show More Summary
Bill Maher, host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," discussed the "ridiculous" role of religion in schools and the urgency of implementing "draconian" environmental laws in an interview with WBHM's Dan Carsen on Thursday. The "Religulous"...Show More Summary
One way the MSNBC cable channel can tell it's in trouble is when liberal comedian Bill Maher -- host of the Friday night HBO program Real Time who almost got his own show on the "Lean Forward" network -- posts a tweet accusing you of...Show More Summary
Friday night on HBO’s ‘Real Time’, Bill Maher pointed out that while Congress has a 13% approval rating, 90% of incumbents are re-elected each term. On ‘Real Time,” Maher has consistently addressed the subjects of congressional inaction and ineptitude through his monologue, panel, and ‘New Rules’ segments. Show More Summary
Bill Maher, the stand-up comedian and host of HBO's "Real Time," announced on Friday that he would try to oust a sitting member of Congress this year. And, most likely, a Republican is going to be the target. Maher told The New YorkShow More Summary
Last year, Bill Maher embraced March Madness by holding his own competitive bracket for the country's "craziest congressman." This year, he's actually going to try to take one of them down. On tonight's episode of HBO's Real Time, Maher plans to announce a viewer poll that will determine the worst sitting member of Congress.
Comedian Bill Maher agrees that "thug" is the new "N-word." On his HBO show Real Time on Friday, Maher said Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman made "a great point... that thug is now the 'N-word.'" "I think it's a very creative way to point out that racism has really kind of gone underground in this country," Maher said. Show More Summary
Mary Matalin apparently believes that having a "hot wife" when you're really stinking rich makes you a "chick magnet." For anyone that did not get a chance to watch HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher this Friday, let me just start thisShow More Summary
HBO has renewed Real Time with Bill Maher for a 13th season, the pay cable network announced Wednesday. "Bill Maher has been a treasured member of the HBO family since the late '80s, and his irreverent wit and fearless insights makeShow More Summary