Late Night Today is for our readers who can’t stay awake to watch the shows. Everyone deserves a good laugh.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is on hiatus this week
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Vaccine hesitancy threatens America’s chances of reaching herd immunity, and England holds an experimental music festival to test out a return to in-person events.
Apple makes it harder for apps to track your online activity and location, while Facebook tells users to opt in to sharing this data for the sake of small businesses.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at Rudy Giuliani claiming that the FBI raids of his home and office are part of a Biden administration conspiracy to target him.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Americans are reportedly more hopeful about the future than they have been in 15 years, condom sales have skyrocketed over the last month, President Joe Biden visited an elementary school in Virginia, the crew of the Space X Dragon successfully splashed down after six months in orbit, Jimmy tries to deliver a Girl Scout Cookie to Guillermo via drone, casinos in Las Vegas are allowed to operate at 80% capacity, Mitt Romney was booed by fellow Republicans which was music to Donald Trump’s ears, and since Michael Flynn had a hard time coming up with the words for the Pledge of Allegiance we decided to show an experiment we did on Hollywood Blvd to see if average Americans have trouble with it too.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
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James Corden is very excited to kick off the show with two big announcements: it’s Guillermo’s birthday and it’s the return of Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming, Nick Bernstein. After getting the lowdown on the network’s feedback of the show, Nick explains what happened to his hair. And congrats California, you’re making great progress against COVID-19 – enough for Disneyland to open back up.