17 Men, 2 Women: Colbert’s Writers Room Shows That Nothing’s Changed in Late Night
Ahead of his Late Show debut, Stephen Colbert wrote a piece for Glamour last month called “Stephen Colbert Shares Why He Thinks Women Should Be in Charge of Everything.” It was a funny yet seemingly sincere piece in which Colbert went out of his way to assure fans he would use his major ... [Read More]
Here’s the Writing Staff of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’
Stephen Colbert made his big debut as the new Late Show host Tuesday night, and while CBS previously announced head writers Opus Moreschi and Jay Katsir as well as supervising producers/writers Matt Lappin and Paul Dinello, the network had not yet officially confirmed the full writing staff until la... [Read More]
6.6 Million People Watched Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Debut
Last night’s late night ratings are in, and unsurprisingly, it was a huge night for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. According to Entertainment Weekly, Colbert’s premiere episode came out on top with a total of 6.6 million viewers, double that of Fallon’s viewers (2.9 million) a... [Read More]
The hiatus is over and Stephen Colbert returns a bit more polished on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”
As The Colbert Report ended and left a chasm that The Nightly Show’s more predictable format just could not fill, all the Colbert aficionados (including myself) waited with bated breath for news from their favorite, playful Republican. The nine-month wait was fraught with wanna-be comedic duds... [Read More]
Jon Stewart: The Godfather of Late-Night TV in 2015
Jon Stewart's talking head might not appear on our TVs four nights a week any longer, but his name and his influence is perhaps even farther reaching now that he's gone, imprinted into the four most vital late-night TV shows of 2015. Note: Most vital. Not most viral. The Jimmys (Fallon and Kimmel) m... [Read More]
Check Out Some Clips from Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Debut
After a long wait, Stephen Colbert finally returned to television last night with the premiere of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and it was a big, fun show complete with tons of treats for Colbert fans old and new: Jon Stewart and Jimmy Fallon cameos! Cool opening credits! A sweet tribute to Da... [Read More]
This Week on TV: Stephen Colbert premieres, “The League” final season, and “Ferrell Takes The Field”
This week marks both the beginning of the beginning as well as the beginning of the end for programs in the television space. Let’s start at the beginning of the beginning shall we. On Tuesday, we will see the launch of the much anticipated Late Show with Stephen Colbert.  We’v... [Read More]
Stephen Colbert will be the voice of your navigation app
Since we have to commute many miles to get to The Laugh Button Towers each day, the navication app Waze is used frequently around these parts. Providing things like letting us know where the traffic jams, accidents, and most importantly, the cops are located. Every once in a while the app gets a cel... [Read More]
Joe Biden Will Appear on ‘The Late Show’ Next Thursday
The Late Show is getting super presidential during its first two weeks — not only are presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Bernie Sanders slated to appear, but today Stephen Colbert revealed on Twitter that Vice President Joe Biden will appear during next Thursday’s episode: September 10... [Read More]
Stephen Colbert Wants to Be Your Personal Road Trip Navigator
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert premieres on CBS next week, and in case Colbert’s glorious return to television isn’t enough for you, you can now get even more Colbert in your life in two new ways. The Late Show uploaded a new video today announcing that the Waze app now has an option... [Read More]