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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
This is naming just a few reasons why.
Why would one of the world’s richest men pay almost twice the value for a struggling movie studio? Perhaps Jeff Bezos wanted to get his hands on outtakes from “The Apprentice,” rumored to contain filthy, racist comments by the former president.
Move over, finger hearts! Our good friends RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook, aka the global music phenomenon BTS, are here to teach us some new hand gestures that are set to take over the world. Stick around to watch BTS perform their chart-breaking new single “Butter,” exclusively on A Late Show.
When Meghan McCain makes a lengthy, unnuanced argument about anti-Semitism, Whoopi Goldberg stops at nothing to escape her tirade.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
From a third recount in Arizona to ousting reps who don’t propagate the lie that Trump won, here’s a look at the GOP’s ongoing fight to overturn the 2020 election.
The Facebook/Apple privacy battle. Microchipped employees. Ransomware hacks. Here’s what you need to know about emerging technologies and the implications for privacy.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at prominent Republicans continuing to push back against mask rules and COVID vaccines despite the significant evidence that the vaccines cut down transmission.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The Charlie Bit My Finger viral YouTube video is now offline and in the hands of a private collector after it was sold as an NFT for $761,000, 80 female students from Bartram Trail High School in Florida were surprised to find their yearbook photos altered, COVID cases in America are down to their lowest levels in almost a year, there is a big surplus of hand sanitizer, dogs can be trained to smell COVID infections with a success rate of more than 90%,Ted Cruz had an eventful weekend thanks to something dumb he tweeted about the army, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has no plans to get the vaccine, Marjorie Taylor Greene compared wearing a mask to the Holocaust and got support from Matt Gaetz, Donald Trump has been charging the Secret Service $400 a night to stay at Mar-a-Lago, and the conflict in the Middle East is such a touchy subject that people are scared to speak up – even in the privacy of their own homes.
Jimmy once again found himself in a squabble with Ted Cruz on Twitter last night, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new law that would fine social media companies for permanently removing anyone who is running for office in Florida, Trump has a new ad on Newsmax begging for cash, Republicans in Congress finally came out against Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Holocaust comments, the Fox 4 News team in Dallas is the winner of our “Excellence in Reporting” award, California is currently experiencing a “Baby Bust,” and we look back a year ago this week for a new installment of “This Week in COVID History.”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
It’s Monday and James wants to know how the big Late Late Show cycling adventure (did everyone show up?) and Hagar’s nude beach experience (did she go?!) went. After, James says hello to one of the writers, Olivia, who is 30 weeks pregnant and makes a joke she might have to take all the way. And are we finally flattening the curve?