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
Facebook’s “Supreme Court” votes to uphold Trump’s ban for six more months, parts of a Chinese rocket are falling back to Earth, Biden hopes to have 70% of American adults vaccinated by July 4, and NYC gets rid of snow days in favor of remote learning.
Most students in America are only taught about a handful of important Black Americans in history class. Here’s a look at why schools should teach students about race and why certain parents are opposed to that shift.
Late Night with Seth Meyers
Seth takes a closer look at the Republican Party and the conservative movement punishing those who refute their deranged 2020 election beliefs
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy talks about Cinco de Mayo, Diddy changing his name again, Facebook upholding their ban of Donald Trump, Trumpublicans coming to his defense, Ted Cruz having dinner with him, Twitter rolling out a new feature flagging mean or offensive tweets before sending, Eric Trump rattling on about how terrible things are without his dad in charge, Fox and Friends paying tribute for Teacher Appreciation Week, and we look back at one year ago this week for a new edition of “This Week in COVID History.”
The Late Late Show with James Corden
James Corden kicks off the show wishing everyone a happy Cinco de Mayo before checking in on the ever-elevated Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming, West Coast, Nick Bernstein. And Nick has some critical updates regarding taking the show on a cruise ship and the building’s elevator system. And James gets into the headlines, notably Facebook deciding to uphold its ban of Donald Trump, relegating him to his blog.
James reads some recent actual headlines and shares what the headline was really trying to say.