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The fabulous Gabrielle Union returns to The Late Show to discuss her new film, “The Inspection,” and the challenge of playing a mother whose unkind words create tremendous torment for her gay son. “The Inspection” is in theaters everywhere now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Elon Musk’s new rules for Twitter have allowed Covid misinformation back on the platform, as well as previously-banned users like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Elsewhere in the GOP, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is throwing his hat in the ring for chairman of the Republican National Committee. And John Krasinski stops by for a three-part interview that kicks off with a chat about his young children who are just starting to watch the series that made him a star, “The Office.” Stick around for the rematch of the century when Stephen challenges John to an epic arm-wrestling match, and check out the new season of his Prime Video series, “Jack Ryan,” premiering December 21st. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The founder of the Oath Keepers and several associates were convicted on charges related to planning the Jan 6th insurrection, and the Respect For Marriage Act passed the Senate with bipartisan support. And Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen makes her first visit to The Late Show to talk with Stephen about the pandemic’s effect on the economy and whether or not the U.S. is headed for a recession. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The U.S. advanced in the World Cup tournament today with a win against Iran, China’s government used Twitter bots to suppress information about protests against Covid lockdowns, and Britain’s royals are prepping a trip across the pond. And in this podcast exclusive extended interview, Sally Field’s return to The Late Show kicks off with a look back at the 1960s when she was busy acting, not dropping acid. Sally also describes the delicate family dynamics on display in her latest film, where she plays the mother who finds out her son is gay. “Spoiler Alert” is in select theaters this Friday and nationwide December 9th. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The former president claims he didn’t recognize a known white supremacist who tagged along when Kanye West visited Mar-a-Lago, and Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker still claims his Texas home as his primary residence. And Don Lemon shares the advice he got from friends like Gayle King and Bryant Gumble upon his move from nighttime to mornings on CNN. Catch the new show, “CNN This Morning,” airing weekdays on CNN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Elizabeth Debicki, who finds herself in the spotlight as fans and critics applaud her work as Princess Diana in “The Crown,” shares one of the secrets to her successful career. The latest season of “The Crown” is streaming now on Netflix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Meanwhile… Belgium is having trouble getting rid of all the cocaine authorities have seized this year, and Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s net worth has dropped by at least $100 billion this year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Actor Paul Dano stars as the father in Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical film, “The Fabelmans,” which is in theaters now. Stick around for when Paul teaches Stephen one of his favorite relaxation techniques. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Beloved Food Network star Ina Garten returned to The Late Show to discuss her highly-anticipated new cookbook, "Go-To Dinners: A Barefoot Contessa Cookbook," which is available everywhere now. In this podcast exclusive extended cut, Ina and Stephen trade treasured childhood memories about their mothers' cooking and favorite dishes. Happy Thanksgiving from The Late Show Pod Show! The Late Show will be back on Monday with all new episodes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Stephen enlists the team at “NCIS: Los Angeles” to help solve the mystery of who sells the best knitting supplies in all of Cleveland. The answer: Fine Points on Larchmere Blvd, the latest recipient of the #ColbertSmallBizBump. Stop by today or visit them on the web at One of our all-time favorite guests, Jake Gyllenhaal, returns with an update on his sourdough starter and a sneak peek at his new animated film, “Strange Worlds,” which is in theaters now. He also has almost finished work on another exciting project: a reboot of the 1989 classic, “Roadhouse,” and he would be thrilled if Stephen Colbert would agree to make a cameo appearance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rainbow-wearing fans have been refused entry to the World Cup games in Qatar, and the state of New York needs to figure out what to do with a massive stockpile of unsold marijuana. Next up, a beloved Thanksgiving Late Show tradition: Stephen Colbert makes the nice folks at the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line regret inviting him to take calls on Thanksgiving. And if you don't know her favorite sandwich, or what she thinks happens when we die, do you really know Cate Blanchett? Find out in this edition of The Colbert Questionert, and check out Cate's latest film, "TÁR," which is in theaters now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Stephen learns about Jack Smith, the special prosecutor who may bring an indictment against the former president. Elsewhere, FIFA’s decision to hold the World Cup in Qatar has proven to be a disaster. And Daniel Craig urges folks to watch his new film twice in order to experience the satisfaction of seeing all of the hidden easter eggs pay off by the end. Check out the film, “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” in theaters for one week only starting this Wednesday, and premiering on Netflix on December 23rd. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Phil Keoghan, the Emmy-winning host of “The Amazing Race,” and multi-platinum Country music superstar Dierks Bentley share the secret to how they won the first ever celebrity pickleball tournament, #PICKLED, which raised money for Comic Relief and is available to stream on Paramount+. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Meanwhile... A study on rats showed they love grooving to Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga, and there’s new information indicating that Daylight Saving Time is a disaster for our health. Also, a tattoo parlor in the U.K. will remove your Ye ink for free, and Sam’s Club has dropped the price of its hot dog + soda combo to $1.38. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
He delivers a riveting portrayal of George Jones in the upcoming Showtime limited series, "George & Tammy," but actor Michael Shannon didn't know any of the country icon's music before signing on to the project. Check him out in "George & Tammy," premiering on December 4th on Showtime. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rep. Kevin McCarthy is presumed to be the next Speaker of the House, where he may face frequent headaches from the likes of Marjorie Taylor Greene. McCarthy will take over from Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who today confirmed she will not seek reelection to party leadership. Michelle Williams describes the thrill of portraying Steven Spielberg’s mother in his new semi-autobiographical film, “The Fablemans,” which is in theaters now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The former president’s campaign announcement was roundly panned as “boring” and “low energy,” and the changes at Twitter made it hard for users to verify what was going on yesterday after a Russian missile killed two people in Poland. Tig Notaro can’t say who she partnered with in Stephen Colbert’s celebrity pickleball tournament, but she can share what her doctor said when she notified him that she’d be competing despite having a fractured femur. Watch Tig and her mystery partner compete in “PICKLED,” airing Thursday, November 17th at 9/8c on CBS! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Election denying Republican Kari Lake lost her bid to become governor of Arizona, and the former president’s social media posts hint at his motivation for running again in 2024. Jon Stewart returns to The Late Show and gives his thoughtful take on the controversies surrounding Chappelle, Irving, and West, and the impact of antisemitic rhetoric. Check out the new season of his AppleTV+ show, “The Problem with Jon Stewart.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Republicans continue to play the blame game after disappointing results in the midterms, and companies like Eli Lilly are furious with Twitter after jokes from parody accounts spooked investors. And Former First Lady Michelle Obama joins Stephen Colbert for a wide-ranging conversation that includes a peek into the Obama family's private life, her thoughts on the Jan 6th insurrection, and the message to young people contained in her new book, "The Light We Carry," which is available everywhere now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Author George Saunders

Author George Saunders


Stephen welcomes one of his favorite authors, George Saunders, back to The Late Show to discuss his writing process and his latest book, “Liberation Day,” which is available everywhere now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (9)

Farhad Rad

#Mahsa_Amini #Nika_Shakarami #Sarina_Smailzade #Dictator_Governance #Protest #Iran #مهسا_امینی #نیکا_شاکرمی #سارینا_اسماعیل_زاده ✌️✌️✌️

Oct 9th


Colbert is a sellout who has Trump living rent free in his head.

Oct 9th
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Kevin Miller

pathetic not funny

Sep 16th



Apr 8th

Armin io

keep going 💛👍

Dec 4th

Matt Huisenga

That was a good Thurston Howell III impression, imo

Nov 25th

Laura D

trying to work while listening 🤣🤣 not happening

Nov 19th


absolutely terrible

Nov 13th
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