Since its premiere in 2004, Anchorman has remained one of Will Ferrell's most beloved (and hilarious) comedies, but the movie almost turned out completely and totally different. While sitting down with Seth Meyers on Wednesday night,...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night’s “Late Night,” Amy Poehler joined host Seth Meyers to make fun of President Donald Trump supporters who’ve been protesting the production of "Julius Caesar" at Shakespeare in the Park in New York City. In the production,...Show More Summary
There’s occasion to scream “Really?” in exasperation practically every day now, but Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler decided the recent outrage from Trump supporters over the Public Theater’s production of Julius Caesar was worthy of revisiting...Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live might be done for the season, but veterans Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers resurrected their old "Weekend Update" bit "Really!?!" on Wednesday's Late Night. As it turns out, the scandal surrounding the Shakespeare inShow More Summary
Amy Poehler joined Seth Meyers on Late Night last night for a new segment of “Really” in which the enthusiastic pair took several people to task, including Ann Coulter, Hillary haters, Ted Nugent, and the Republican protester who interrup…...Show More Summary
They revived their SNL bit after people protested a Shakespeare play
The Tom Cruise monster movie “The Mummy” isn’t doing so well at the box office. The film debuted at No. 2, earning a lukewarm $32 million in North American grosses, and has a Rotten Tomatoes score of only 15 percent. But Seth MeyersShow More Summary
It's another '00s SNL reunion! Amy Poehler reunited with her old SNL co-star on Late Night With Seth Meyers Wednesday to again revive their popular "Really?!" segment,...
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They’re really back. Seth Meyers was joined Wednesday by his old “Saturday Night Live” colleague Amy Poehler on “Late Night,” and the two wasted no time bringing back a classic. They did a new edition of “Really?!? With Seth And Amy,”...Show More Summary
Seth takes a closer look at Senate Republicans trying to vote next week on the health care bill they've written behind closed doors without telling anyone what's in it.
It’s been nearly a decade since Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler anchored “Weekend Update” together, but sometimes they’ve been reuniting on his NBC late-night for their old Saturday Night Live segment called “Really?!” Tonight’s editionShow More Summary
Seth Meyers and former SNL “Weekend Update” co-host Amy Poehler on Wednesday resurrected a familiar bit to criticize protestors storming the stage at Shakespeare in the Park’s production of “Julius Caesar” Twice this past week, a demonstrator has interrupted the Shakespeare production to protest...
It wouldn’t be an Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers reunion if it didn’t include them yelling their disbelief at the latest trending news item. Resurrecting their popular “Weekend Update” segment “Really!?! with Seth and Amy,” the two Saturday Night Live alums tore into the protests at Shakespeare in the Park’s ... More »
Following yesterday’s “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart” performance
The former SNL Weekend Update partners reunited Wednesday night to speak their minds about the protesters who disrupted Shakespeare in the Park.
Laverne Cox went on Late Night with Seth Meyers to talk about entering the mind of her character, Sophia Burset on Orange Is the New Black, when she's locked up in solitary confinement or, Security Housing Unit (SHU).
New data indicate the president is historically unpopular. After five months in office, Donald Trump's approval rating has plummeted to historic lows, as frustration with a White House in perpetual chaos appears to be taking its toll. Show More Summary
Jeff Tweedy returned to Late Night With Seth Meyers for a second straight night Tuesday to promote his new album Together At Last. The project compiles solo acoustic remakes from Tweedy's catalog with Wilco, Loose Fur, and Golden Smog, and after performing Yankee Hotel Foxtrot's drowsy, deconstructed "I Am Trying To Break Your Heart" on…
Cable news talking heads are in the business of stringing stock phrases together until it’s time for another GoldLine ad, so much so that it doesn’t much matter what’s actually happened: the strategists and consultants on the news circuit will say more or less the same thing. Show More Summary