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Stephen Colbert graces the cover of the latest issue of Time magazine and discusses why he folded The Colbert Report to take over David Letterman’s Late Show. Only bits of the interview with Time TV writer James Poniewozik have been released online, but it gives some insight on what to expect from the full interview. Show More Summary
Colbert’s “Late Show” will also have wide-ranging musical acts, with rapper Kendrick Lamar performing as Colbert’s first official musical guest on September 9. The third episode on Thursday puts Uber CEO Travis Kalanick front and center alongside musical guest Toby Keith, and the inaugural week concludes with Amy Schumer, Stephen King, and interview/musical guest Troubled
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After weeks of preparation and construction, the full Late Show with Stephen Colbert marquee at the Ed Sullivan Theater was unveiled and lit up in Midtown this week. Although Colbert and his crew ultimately decided against using any of our incredibly helpful suggestions on the design of the marquee, it still came out looking pretty good. [ more › ]
On why he had to leave The Colbert Report: “I still enjoyed it, but to model behavior, you have to consume that behavior on a regular basis. It became very hard to watch punditry of any kind, of whatever political stripe. … To change that expectation from an audience, or to change that need for […]
Stephen Colbert is on the cover of this week's Time Magazine, and within its pages he has a lot to say about ending his old show and starting his new one.
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Colbert explains why he was ready to say goodbye and the struggle to "not let people in"
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Over the course of The Colbert Report, little was as guaranteed to go viral as the few times Colbert broke character. Well, apparently, it actually wasn't that rare. "We would edit any mistake I ever did," Colbert told Time. "People said, 'Oh, you never broke' or 'You rarely broke.' That’s... More »
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“I was a nerd when nerd was nerd. OK?”
An edited transcript of Colbert's far-reaching, comprehensive interview for his TIME cover
Doing doughnuts in the Waffle House parking lot, the origin of his accent and more
Originally published on Gas2. There’s no doubt about it — Elon Musk has hit star status. The latest indication of that is that he is going to be a guest on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Colbert’s second night hosting the show, only...Show More Summary
Jon Batiste will begin his late-night tenure September 8th when the Late Show With Stephen Colbert premieres, and the New Orleans-born, New York-adopted jazzman recently sat down with Katie Couric and Yahoo! News to chat about his new gig. In this exclusive clip from Couric and Batiste's conversation, the bandleader talks about...
Stephen Colbert, Catholic, comedian, and general media personality, is on the cover of GQ’s September issue. But, more important than his literal and metaphorical image, is what he has to say, particularly what he relates in the interview he gives within the magazine. Many Catholics might question Colbert’s political stances, even his chosen mask, but, […]