We’re out here waiting for new Hannibal, and Stephen Colbert brings back the OG Silence of the Lambs. Watch Jodie Foster return to her most iconic role, as a new Late Show sketch sees Clarice Starling confront a familiar face regarding the Trump/Russia investigation.
Little in America went the way people expected in Election 2016, and anyone watching Stephen Colbert’s live 2016 Showtime special can certainly attest to that. The mood was one of shock, far more than laughter, but leave it to Colbert to still get audiences on their feet with a rousing, sober (barely) assessment of the world going forward.
I have to be honest, I’m so tired of politics that I walk away when people start talking about it. I plan to vote, but I have no interest in debating which side is better or worse.
I do however love late night television, partly because I want to have my own show at some point...
Ghost has had a big 2015 with their third album, Meliora, and it's a great album! It came out August 21st, and has been in my playlist pretty much the entire time! It's so good, and the band is fantastic live. I saw them in Chicago at the beginning of October at the Riviera Theatre, and you can watch footage from here.
This Halloween weekend, Ghost finally made it onto TV, hitting The Late Show wi
This Friday, one of my favorite bands hit the Late Show with Stephen Colbert! Ghost is playing the show, and it'll be one of the coolest things to ever hit the TV! No one needs those lame pop girls who can only lip-sync, we want the real rockers who actually play instruments!
Every time you watch a late night talk show, you always see some sort of rock or pop musician on stage performing right? Like Taylor Swift, Slipknot, Ariana Grande or whatever right?
You never see a video game symphony though.
We’re closer than ever to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show debut on September 8, and while George Clooney’s guest appearance gave a marquee head start, the full guest list for Colbert’s full week offers a much clearer view of the new series. Everyone from Jeb Bush to Elon Musk and Amy Schumer will fill out the ranks, with musical guests on deck as well.
Jon Stewart said goodbye to The Daily Show last night in equal parts star-studded and quiet, personal fashion as former correspondents like Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver and Olivia Munn returned to pay their respects, while Bruce Springsteen closed out the slow with a performance — at Stewart’s request — of his 1999 song “The Land of Hopes and Dreams” and, for his fellow New Jerseyan, “Born to Run”.
‘The Colbert Report’ has already said its goodbyes, while David Letterman will hang onto the ‘Late Show’ until May, so when does Stephen Colbert finally take the desk, and begin our new era of ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert?’ Find out, as CBS has released the official start date, and teased some specials from Letterman himself!