At age 20, Malala Yousafzai is one of the most accomplished and most celebrated people in the world. Five years ago, she was shot by the Taliban in her native Pakistan for defying the ban against women going to school. Since then, she...Show More Summary
Wyatt Cenac is joining John Oliver and Jon Stewart in making the jump to HBO. HBO announced a new 10-episode late-night series starring Cenac that will debut in spring 2018. The untitled series stars Cenac, and will be executive produced by him alongside Oliver, Ezra Edelman and Hallie Haglund, who’ll be head writer. Diane Fitzgerald […]
Bruce Springsteen made his Broadway debut Thursday night, but the after-party for his new “Springsteen on Broadway” show looked more like Oscar night. Bruce, Tom Hanks, Ed Norton, Steven Van Zandt, Jon Stewart, Robert De Niro,…
“Donald Trump is not a cannibal.” This is the nicest thing two of the greatest minds of late night comedy could come up with to say about the president, who—apparently under the impression the election is still going—tweeted over the...Show More Summary
Red Hot Chili Peppers join Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Trevor Noah, Conan O'Brien and more at the 11th annual Stand Up for Heroes benefit at MSG, part of the 2017 2017 NY Comedy Festival. Continue reading…
For such a fierce patriot, Trump appears to be pretty unfamiliar with his country's constitution. SEE ALSO: Stephen Colbert made Jon Stewart say nice things about Trump and he just couldn't hack it Following a couple of jibes at Trump's...Show More Summary
Spoiler alert: they're not his real IQ results. SEE ALSO: Stephen Colbert made Jon Stewart say nice things about Trump and he just couldn't hack it Following Trump's Forbes interview in which he responded to the recent scandal of Rex...Show More Summary
"Donald Trump... is not a cannibal."
Orange Julius wants "equal time" in the media. Jon Stewart attempts to balance out Colbert's obvious bias, and show Trump some love.
"Donald Trump is not a cannibal" was the best they could do.
Last Saturday, during yet another Twitter tirade, Donald Trump made the astute observation that late night talk show hosts were spending a great deal of time making fun of him. He asked his followers if "we" (referring to Republicans,...Show More Summary
Two of the most persistent Trump bashers in late-night television gave a break to Donald Trump, or at least tried to, with Jon Stewart joining Stephen Colbert on CBS’s “Late Show” in a bit purporting to give Trump equal time....
President Trump pre-gamed his tee time with Senator Graham this weekend by firing off a few tweets bashing television. "Late Night host are dealing with the Democrats for their very 'unfunny' & repetitive material, always anti-Trump!...Show More Summary
On Monday night's Late Show, Stephen Colbert granted Donald Trump's request for more balanced coverage with help from an old friend: Jon Stewart. The former Daily Show host was tasked with saying something nice about Trump as a balance to Colbert's pointed insults. Show More Summary
On Saturday, Donald Trump whined in a tweet that the Democrats were “dealing” with late night hosts for their “anti-Trump” material and asked if he should get equal time from them. Late Night host are dealing with the Democrat… Read The post Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Satisfy Donald Trump’s Request for ‘Equal Time’ on Late Night TV: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Stephen Colbert brought on a second host to give President Trump "equal time"
"Trump is better to women than Harvey Weinstein" was the best they could muster.
"Donald Trump... is not... a cannibal." Great start Jon! SEE ALSO: Morgan Freeman recorded a bunch of random phrases for Stephen Colbert and they all sound incredible After Trump complained that he wasn't getting equal airtime on talk shows, Stephen Colbert granted his wish. Show More Summary
The president won't enjoy this at all. The audience went wild as CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert invited Jon Stewart on stage to provide a "counterweight" to his own commentary against President Donald Trump. The tongue-in-cheek segment was a response to the president tweeting that he deserved "equal time" on-air to his critics. Show More Summary