Thank you to Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers for somehow helping me get through the four years of the Trump Administration. The last four years have been completely unbearable but they were made better by turning to both Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers every night. Unless the duo were off on a given night. There’s so many late night hosts to watch on TV but Colbert and Meyers were the most political by far. Of…"Thank you, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers"
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah invited two transgender military veterans, Sergeant Major (Ret.) Jennifer Marie Young and Joey Whimple, to discuss Donald Trump’s transgender military ban while The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon featured transgender comedian Patti Harrison during Fallon’s monologue. It was a really wise decision by The Daily Show to bring in two military veterans. It’s been a trying day for many of us in the transgender community–myself included as I got…"Late Night shows tackle Transgender Military Ban"
HBO has decided to stop production on the animated Jon Stewart program. It’s unfortunate news for Stewart’s many fans that were looking forward to this series. A statement was issued by both HBO and Stewart. “HBO and Jon Stewart have decided not to proceed with a shortform digital animated project,” HBO said in a statement. “We all thought the project had great potential but there were technical issues in terms of production and distribution that…"HBO pulls animated Jon Stewart program"
Stephen Colbert made joined The Daily Show in June 1997. Since The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will be off the air when the anniversary takes place, Colbert is going to be celebrating next week. On May 9th, Colbert will play host to Daily Show alumni Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Ed Helms and Rob Corddry. Sadly, Steve Carell will not be appearing in the episode. A number of The Daily Show‘s senior correspondents…"Stephen Colbert brings Daily Show reunion to The Late Show"