Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer joined The Late Show with Stephen Colbert as Josephine Henley and Abitha Whitmore, two women from 1776 Philadelphia who love butter and harpsichords.
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer joined Stephen Colbert to celebrate the historic moment … as female delegates in 1776.
John Oliver, Trevor Noah and Stephen Colbert issued warnings against a Trump presidency.
Stephen Colbert recently announced that he has been forced to retire his conservative alter ego "Stephen Colbert." Does Viacom really have a legal right to the host's character?
We’ll just come right out and say it: Stephen Colbert came out on top after two weeks of convention coverage. But he was also in really good company — and we don’t just mean Jon Stewart. Here’s a look at some of the funniest, most insightful and most blistering late-night coverage of the Republican and Democratic conventions, and a […]
Latest Colbert legal drama is stupid but unsurprising.
Thursday night was a truly historic night for America, as Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination at the Democratic National Convention. Stephen Colbert—not, we should be clear, “Stephen Colbert”—was especially excited, though a little...Show More Summary
To celebrate Hillary Clinton’s historic acceptance of the Democratic presidential nomination last night, Stephen Colbert reached out to some ladies who were there at the beginning—the beginning of the United States of America, that is. Show More Summary
Some Bernie Sanders supporters scarfed beans as part of a fart-in protest at the DNC in Philly, Stephen Colbert noted at the top of his final night of DNC live shows. “Some might question this tactic, but it’s part of a long tradition...Show More Summary
Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spent the week of the Democratic National Convention coming up with some creative ways to show their support for their candidate. But, according to “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert, it was the “insurgent fart-in” that was truly art....
In the trailer for the new Gilmore Girls season on Netflix -- which comes out in November, by the way -- Lauren Graham's Lorelia wonders, "Would John Oliver find me hot?" Last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,...
Hillary Clinton made history on Thursday night, becoming the first woman to accept the presidential nomination of a major political party ? and it was a long time coming. In response, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert went back to 1776 to see how two women delegates at the Second Continental Congress felt about the milestone. Show More Summary
Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights. Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic nomination The Democratic National Convention has come to a close and Hillary Clinton has officially been appointed the party’s nominee. Her acceptance speech followed a theme much like the rest of the convention, striking an optimistic tone of […]
The stars of Broad City appeared on Stephen Colberts post-DNC show as two female delegates from the Second Continental Congress.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who famously successfully “begged and stalked” Hillary Clinton into guesting on their Comedy Central show, appeared on The Late Show’s live DNC edition, right after Clinton, in Philadelphia, became the first female presidential candidate in a major U.S. Show More Summary
Something incredible happened last week during the Republican National Convention. No, it wasn't when Ben Carson tried to convince America that Hillary Clinton was in league with Lucifer. It also wasn't when "You Can't Always Get What...Show More Summary
The 2016 political conventions will be remembered by Stephen Colbert fans as the time he emerged, if briefly, from his Celebrity-Suck-Up-Interviewing-At-CBS period, and got back to doing that which he does best: thumbing his nose atShow More Summary
As if sneaking onto the stage at the Democratic National Convention weren't enough, Stephen Colbert sneaks in to Clinton's promotional video.
This week’s Democratic National Convention saw the debut of a music video featuring Rachel Platten and dozens of other celebrities singing “Fight Song” in support of Hillary Clinton. The “weirdly earnest a cappella song for Clinton,” as Last Week Tonight host John Oliver describes it, was ripe for parody, and now that comic potential has […]
Turns out that TV's corporate lawyers were none too happy about the return of the Stephen Colbert character on The Late Show, because apparently, Stephen Colbert no longer has the rights to, uh, be Stephen Colbert.