Next Episode of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is
Season 2021 / Episode 39 and airs on 13 April 2021 03:00
An irreverent skewering of the news and pop culture with South African comedian Trevor Noah, who took over for Jon Stewart when he left the anchor desk after 17 seasons.
The World's Fakest News Team analyzes President Trump's targeted killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, and California Congresswoman Karen Bass sits down with Trevor.
President Trump's targeted killing of Qassem Soleimani leads to chaos, Roy Wood Jr. braces for retaliation from Iran, and Ronan Farrow discusses his book Catch and Kill.
Michael Kosta gets hawkish on Iran, Trevor reports on new laws taking effect in 2020, and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Mo Rocca discusses his book Mobituaries.
Wildfires wreak havoc in Australia, Jaboukie Young-White visits climate change-ravaged Arizona, and Miami Heat basketball player Jimmy Butler sits down with Trevor.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's "stepping back" creates royal drama, President Trump tweets in Farsi about Iran protests, and David Alan Grier discusses A Soldier's Play.
Trevor analyzes the Democratic debate live, Jordan Klepper examines Iowa's role in the primaries, and former GOP strategist Rick Wilson discusses Running Against the Devil.
Nancy Pelosi sends articles of impeachment to the Senate, Ronny Chieng reports on the CES tech expo, and actor and activist Yara Shahidi discusses her role on Grown-ish.
Lev Parnas implicates President Trump in the Ukraine scheme, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. cover sports, and actor and comedian Susie Essman discusses Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The New York Times announces a double presidential endorsement, Roy Wood Jr. covers iffy MLK Day celebrations, and Mary Frances Berry discusses History Teaches Us to Resist.
President Trump's Senate impeachment trial begins, Michael Kosta weighs in on Mitch McConnell's impeachment rules, and actor BD Wong discusses Awkwafina is Nora From Queens.
Congress members clash at President Trump's impeachment trial, Desi Lydic investigates Arizona's rejection of daylight saving time, and Kim Ghattas discusses Black Wave.
Senators duck out of President Trump's impeachment trial, Desi Lydic reacts to obstacles facing the Equal Rights Amendment, and artist Kehinde Wiley sits down with Trevor.
John Bolton's book manuscript fuels the Trump impeachment saga, Desi Lydic investigates the Mars One program, and Charles Yu discusses his novel Interior Chinatown.
Fox News takes aim at John Bolton, President Trump advances his anti-immigrant agenda, and comedian Ilana Glazer discusses The Planet Is Burning and Horny 4 Tha Polls.
Roy Wood Jr. reacts to the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan, the impeachment trial enters a new phase, and Vox editor Ezra Klein discusses Why We're Polarized.
Legal sports betting could take the U.S. by storm, Neal Brennan examines the GOP's kinky submission to President Trump, and filmmaker Matthew A. Cherry discusses Hair Love.
GOP senators reject impeachment trial witnesses, Jordan Klepper meets Iowa Trump supporters, and Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo discusses Formula One: Drive to Survive.
Trevor and the Daily Show News Team provide live coverage of President Trump's State of the Union speech, and PBS's Firing Line host Margaret Hoover gives her analysis.
President Trump's impeachment trial ends, Roy Wood Jr. honors unsung black explorers, and New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses The 1619 Project.
Joe Biden targets Pete Buttigieg with a ruthless attack ad, Ronny Chieng examines the upcoming New Hampshire primary, and author Tochi Onyebuchi discusses Riot Baby.
Michael Kosta gives his take on the New Hampshire primary, Ronny Chieng rails against coronavirus misinformation, and Wale discusses his album Wow… That's Crazy.
Trevor covers the New Hampshire Democratic primary, Ronny Chieng examines Andrew Yang's exercise in universal basic income, and Lakeith Stanfield discusses The Photograph.
Michael Bloomberg takes heat for his past defense of "stop and frisk," Roy Wood Jr. expounds on the Chitlin' Circuit, and Nick Kroll discusses his movie Olympic Dreams.
Bernie Sanders wins the Nevada Democratic primary, President Trump receives a hero's welcome in India, and actor Anthony Mackie discusses his Netflix series Altered Carbon.
Trevor examines the tenth Democratic debate live, Jaboukie Young-White interviews LGBTQ voters about Pete Buttigieg, and Rahm Emanuel discusses his book The Nation City.
Trevor covers the growing coronavirus threat, Roy Wood Jr. highlights African-American fashion trailblazers, and author Kiley Reid discusses her novel Such a Fun Age.
Trevor covers the coronavirus crisis, Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. talk to black primary voters in South Carolina, and Jessie Reyez discusses "Before Love Came to Kill Us."
Joe Biden pulls off a major primary victory in South Carolina, Roy Wood Jr. gives tips on avoiding the coronavirus, and actor Nina Dobrev discusses her movie Run This Town.
Trevor and Ronny Chieng cover Super Tuesday live, Desi Lydic interviews an X-rated activist, and author David Plouffe discusses A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump.
Trevor gives his next-day analysis of Super Tuesday; Lewis Black rails against the scourge of "sharenting;" and Trevor talks with disability rights activist Judith Heumann, author of Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist and featured subject in Netflix documentary Crip Camp.
Trevor examines the "forever chemicals" problem, Dulce Sloan blasts America's lack of statues honoring women, and Los Angeles Sparks player Nneka Ogwumike discusses the WNBPA.
Trevor covers the effects of the coronavirus in Italy and the U.S., Jaboukie Young-White offers tips on staying coronavirus-free, and Mikki Kendall discusses Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that a Movement Forgot.
The coronavirus leads to widespread "social distancing" in the U.S., Trevor unveils the Trump's Best Word bracket, and Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi discuss Stamped.
W.H.O. declares the coronavirus a global pandemic, Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about New York City's response to coronavirus concerns, and actor Dave Burd discusses Dave.
The NBA suspends its season indefinitely, President Trump addresses the nation over the coronavirus pandemic, and Octavia Spencer chats about Self Made.
Trevor covers global coronavirus news, Desi Lydic describes life as a round-the-clock parent, and Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta weigh in on Trump's Best Word Bracket.
President Trump itches for a premature end to social distancing, Michael Kosta gets to know his neighbors via binoculars, and DJ D-Nice talks Homeschool at Club Quarantine.
Trevor covers coronavirus news, Ronny Chieng gives a dispatch from Australia, and Dr. Vivek Murthy discusses challenges facing medical professionals and his book Together.
Renowned immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses the threat posed by COVID-19, and Trevor releases anti-tourism ads to keep people from visiting Florida, Alaska and Hawaii.
Trevor likens President Trump to Joe Exotic from Tiger King, Jaboukie Young-White interviews Dr. Peter Hotez, and California Governor Gavin Newsom discusses the coronavirus.
Trevor and his correspondents try to determine what day it is, and Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love discusses his efforts to keep arena workers paid during the pandemic.
President Trump suddenly gets serious about the coronavirus, Ronny Chieng catches up with Andrew Yang, and Trevor interviews Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer about COVID-19.
Trevor covers coronavirus news, Roy Wood Jr. goes into battle mode against COVID-19, and Bill Gates weighs in on the cause of the pandemic and the resources needed to end it.
Trevor enlists his correspondents to help him figure out how to make a protective mask, and actress Jennifer Garner discusses her charitable initiative, Save with Stories.
Wisconsin holds its primary election despite the pandemic, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta cap off Trump's Best Word Bracket, and Trevor interviews IMF economist Gita Gopinath.
Black Americans get hit hardest by COVID-19, Dulcé Sloan roasts the backgrounds of news anchor footage, and Roxane Gay discusses her effort to help during the pandemic crisis.
Divorces increase due to pandemic lockdowns, Jordan Klepper learns about doomsday preparation, and Darren Walker discusses the threat COVID-19 poses to incarcerated Americans.
Trevor covers pandemic-era Easter celebrations, Desi Lydic talks about mental health self-care with Dr. Steven Taylor, and Claire Babineaux-Fontenot discusses Feeding America.
President Trump insists he has total authority over the states, The Daily Show correspondents offer video chatting etiquette, and astronaut Christina Koch chats with Trevor.
President Trump demands his signature on COVID-19 relief checks, Jaboukie Young-White basks in life under quarantine, and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot chats with Trevor.
Trevor examines COVID-19 conspiracy theories, Lewis Black describes his life under quarantine, and Mark Cuban discusses his work with the White House on reopening the economy.
Right-wing protesters gather to demand an end to statewide coronavirus lockdowns, and Trevor talks to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and NBA All-Star Stephen Curry.
President Trump announces an immigration ban, Jordan Klepper gets tips from survivalist Pat McNamara, and Rise CEO Amanda Nguyen discusses her Survivor Safe Haven program.
Trevor has an in-depth interview with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo about his urgent efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and how the crisis has impacted him personally.
President Trump remains consistently chaotic, Roy Wood Jr. mixes a quarantine cocktail, and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Teddy Riley discuss their R&B Instagram battle.
President Trump suggests injected disinfectants can fight COVID-19, Roy Wood Jr. gets do-it-yourself haircut tips, and Trevor interviews Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
Banks and big businesses exploit the Paycheck Protection Program, Michael Kosta presents a travelogue of his home, and Trevor interviews Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth.
COVID-19 deals a blow to America's food supply chain, The Daily Show correspondents look back on life before quarantine, and Trevor interviews Maryland Governor Larry Hogan.
Neighbors come up with novel ways to stay engaged with each other, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta cover sports news, and Trevor interviews renowned restauranteur Danny Meyer.
Protesters demand an end to state lockdowns, Jaboukie Young-White talks to COVID-19 survivors about an anti-gay blood donation ban, and Trevor interviews Dr. Anders Tegnell.
Americans lash out against face mask requirements, author Thomas Piketty discusses Capital in the Twenty-First Century, and actor Amandla Stenberg talks about The Eddy.
President Trump tours a mask plant without wearing a mask, Roy Wood Jr. talks to Avi Schiffmann about his COVID-19 website, and Jose Andres discusses World Central Kitchen.
Trevor examines college life in the coronavirus era, and musician Jason Isbell discusses his album Reunions and the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the music industry.
White House staffers tests positive for COVID-19, Dulce Sloan gets advice on the importance of the U.S. Census, and Bakari Sellers discusses his memoir "My Vanishing Country."
Doctors find the coronavirus could ravage the entire body, Desi Lydic attempts a familial chat with Fox News's Jeanine Pirro, and Ricky Gervais discusses "After Life."
Trevor highlights COVID-19's effects on the drug trade, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti discusses concerns about reopening, and Billy Porter talks about his art and activism.
Desi Lydic examines President Trump's "Obamagate" accusations, Scott Blubaugh discusses COVID-19's effects on the U.S. food supply, and Yara Shahidi talks "Graduate Together."
President Trump claims to be on hydroxychloroquine, Jordan Klepper highlights counter-protesting nurses in North Carolina, and Kerry Moles and Brieanna Hayes discuss CASA-NYC.
Trevor covers face mask news, Jose Antonio Vargas talks about COVID-19's effects on undocumented immigrants, and NBA star Chris Paul discusses his documentary "Blackballed.
Teachers adapt to daunting COVID-19 challenges, Michael Kosta talks to Florida's Grim Reaper protester, and Taraji P. Henson discusses the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation.
Police get violent with peaceful protesters, Black Visions Collective's Miski Noor examines police brutality in Minneapolis, and Anquan Boldin discusses the Players Coalition.
Trevor hosts a panel on movements to radically reimagine policing in the U.S. with Patrisse Cullors, Josie Duffy Rice, Sam Sinyangwe, Mychal Denzel Smith and Alex S. Vitale.
Jaboukie Young-White helps Michael Kosta become a better ally, Senator Tim Scott discusses police reform, and Gabrielle Union talks about the ubiquity of racism in America.
President Trump downplays COVID-19, Alphonso David discusses the Supreme Court's LGBTQ anti-discrimination ruling, and NFL quarterback Matt Ryan talks about his activism.
Dulce Sloan gives a history lesson about Juneteenth, author Kimberly Jones discusses "I'm Not Dying with You Tonight," and LL Cool J talks about his Rock the Bells initiative.
President Trump's rally in Tulsa, OK, is a dud, Malcolm Jenkins discusses Black Lives Matter and Listen Up Media, and Laverne Cox talks trans representation and "Disclosure."
Trevor examines Black employment barriers, talks to "Evaluating Police Uses of Force" co-author Seth Stoughton and interviews D.L. Hughley about "Surrender, White People!"
Trevor introduces Blacklexa, NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace reflects on his noose incident, and John Legend talks about fighting for racial equality and his album Bigger Love.
TV shows glorifying lawless cops face backlash, Roy Wood Jr. talks to Dr. Juanakee Adams about protester vandalism of her business, and Jon Stewart discusses Irresistible.
President Trump finally wears a mask in public, Michael Kosta weighs in on safely reopening schools, and Hillary Clinton discusses the Hulu docuseries Hillary and more.
Joe Biden leads President Trump in polls, Dulce Sloan highlights the importance of taking the census, and Hannibal Buress discusses his stand-up special "Miami Nights."
Trevor highlights corrupt cops in L.A., Rep. Katie Porter weighs in on reopening schools, and actor Danai Gurira discusses "Difficult Conversations with My White Friends."
Trevor covers international COVID-19 news, Dr. Michele Harper discusses her memoir "The Beauty in Breaking" and Patton Oswalt talks about "I'll Be Gone in the Dark."
Fox News's Chris Wallace grills President Trump, "Tough Love" author Susan Rice discusses the Trump administration's COVID-19 response, and Nathalie Emmanuel talks "Die Hart."
Trevor highlights heightened unrest in Portland, OR, Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta discuss the NBA's "bubble," and Buju Banton talks about his album "Upside Down 2020."
President Trump pretends to take the coronavirus seriously again, Jordan Klepper visits a pro-Trump boat rally, and Jim Carrey discusses his book "Memoirs and Misinformation."
Trevor compares America's handling of the Spanish flu and COVID-19, Desi Lydic checks in on her uncle Rudy, and Esther Perel discusses her podcast "Where Should We Begin."
Trevor gives a rundown of COVID-19 news, Desi Lydic helps white people become anti-racist, and "Begin Again" author Eddie S. Glaude Jr. discusses the life of James Baldwin.
Senate Republicans propose steep cuts to unemployment benefits, Lewis Black would rather die than try outdoor dining, and Tina Knowles-Lawson and Leigh Chapman discuss voting rights.
Trevor highlights the erasure of powerful Black women activists from history, Stockton, CA, mayor Michael Tubbs discusses "Stockton on My Mind," and Liza Koshy talks about "Work It."
Trevor examines the life and legacy of Breonna Taylor, Michael Kosta learns about poop-based medical research, and "The Last Girl" author Nadia Murad talks about her fight against genocide.
Jaboukie Young-White proposes an unlikely running mate for Joe Biden, Representative Pramila Jayapal discusses "Use the Power You Have," and Michaela Coel talks about "I May Destroy You."
President Trump crusades against mail-in voting, Roy Wood Jr. examines the origins of citizen's arrest laws, and "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown discusses One Million Truths.
Trevor highlights the career of Senator Kamala Harris, Jaboukie Young-White reconnects with vaccine expert Dr. Peter Hotez, and W. Kamau Bell discusses "United Shades of America."
Dulce Sloan and singer Margo Price react to sexist attacks on Kamala Harris, Kenya Barris talks about his shows "Black-ish" and "#blackAF," and author Isabel Wilkerson discusses "Caste."
Trevor covers pushback against U.S. Postal Service cuts, Michael Kosta examines a coronavirus checkpoint clash in South Dakota, and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn discusses Kamala Harris.
Dulce Sloan observes the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Common talks about "Com&Well," and "Finish the Fight!" author Veronica Chambers discusses the American suffrage movement.
Conservatives question Kamala Harris's Black identity, Jaboukie Young-White talks to members of the Young Delegates Coalition, and actor Eva Longoria discusses Momento Latino.
Kamala Harris officially accepts the nomination for vice president, Trevor rolls out a short biopic about Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders calls for a broad coalition to defeat President Trump.
Desi Lydic Fox-splains Kamala Harris, Dulce Sloan talks to drag queens getting out the vote, and "Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross discusses moderating at the 2020 DNC and "The High Note."
Trevor examines the QAnon conspiracy theory, Stuart Stevens discusses The Lincoln Project and "It Was All a Lie," and Radhika Jones and Ta-Nehisi Coates talk about co-editing Vanity Fair.
Trevor covers the Republican National Convention , Desi Lydic and Roy Wood Jr. host a game of America's Got Suppression, and Chris Evans and Mark Kassen discuss A Starting Point.
Trevor discusses the police shooting of Jacob Blake and its aftermath, Jordan Klepper examines the state of the Federal Election Commission, and Ramy Youssef talks about his series "Ramy."
Vice President Pence gives a slyly dishonest RNC speech, Trevor unveils a biopic about President Trump's unmatched greatness, and Jaboukie Young-White talks to RNC delegate Michael Albrecht.
Dulce Sloan reacts to home decor choices on display at the DNC and RNC, Doc Rivers and Steve Ballmer discuss the NBA players' strike, and Keke Palmer talks about hosting the MTV VMAs 2020.
Trevor covers the latest in coronavirus news, author Malcolm Gladwell discusses his podcast "Revisionist History," and actor and comedian Lamorne Morris talks about his Hulu series "Woke."
Recordings reveal President Trump downplayed COVID-19, Desi Lydic talks to the founder of gender reveal parties, and "What Can I Do?" author Jane Fonda discusses climate change activism.
Ronny Chieng reacts to a campus controversy involving a Chinese word, ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok discusses his book "Compromised," and Samuel L. Jackson talks about his docuseries "Enslaved."
Trevor highlights blatant disregard for COVID-19 health measures in the U.S., Dulce Sloan examines the history of Black hair in America, and Mychal Denzel Smith discusses "Stakes Is High."
Trevor highlights travel in the coronavirus era, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. talk sports, and Mark Ruffalo reflects on the police violence and protests in his home town of Kenosha, WI.
Lewis Black gives tips for ex-city dwellers on how to endure life in the suburbs, Senator Jon Tester discusses his memoir "Grounded," and rapper Big Sean talks about his album "Detroit 2."
Trevor calls on viewers to participate in the Pandemmy Awards, Sherrilyn Ifill discusses the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and Ewan McGregor talks about his travel docuseries "Long Way Up."
Trevor honors the life and legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Dr. Anthony Fauci returns to discuss the current state of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.
Desi Lydic calls her "uncle" Lou Dobbs, Slate's Dahlia Lithwick discusses Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrisse Cullors talks about "When They Call You a Terrorist."
The U.S. presidential election faces threats from at home and abroad, Dulce Sloan makes an economic case against police brutality, and journalist Bob Woodward discusses his book "Rage."
A grand jury declines to charge police for the killing of Breonna Taylor, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero talk about "God-Level Knowledge Darts," and Jeff Daniels discusses "The Comey Rule."
The New York Times publishes a major report on President Trump's taxes, Roy Wood Jr. examines voting rights for Florida's ex-felons, and Dr. Jane Goodall discusses chimps and climate change.
Trevor dives into California's wildfire crisis, Ronny Chieng talks to Philippe Reines about his 2016 role as Donald Trump in mock debates, and dancer Misty Copeland discusses "Bunheads."
Desi Lydic and Ronny Chieng provide coaching during the first presidential debate, Al Sharpton discusses his book "Rise Up," and John Cena talks about his book "Elbow Grease: Fast Friends."
Presidential debates face rule changes, Ronny Chieng tries on a COVID-19 protection suit for partiers, and Mariah Carey discusses "The Meaning of Mariah Carey" and "The Rarities."
President Trump battles COVID-19, Jaboukie Young-White reacts to Melania Trump's anti-Christmas decorating rant, Jason Momoa discusses "Gather," and Kat Graham talks about "Cut Throat City."
Trevor highlights the history of U.S. presidents hiding their ailments, Roy Wood Jr. examines GOP efforts to suppress mail-in votes, and Jason Sudeikis discusses his series "Ted Lasso."
The coronavirus runs rampant in the White House and the Pentagon, Alexandra Pelosi discusses her documentary "American Selfie," and comedian Colin Quinn talks about his book "Overstated."
Dulce Sloan weighs in on the vice presidential debate, Jordan Klepper goes to a Trump rally in Pennsylvania, and "The Circus" cohost Alex Wagner talks about the presidential election.
President Trump makes a defiant return to the campaign trail, Jaboukie Young-White learns about the Power the Polls initiative, and attorney Anita Hill discusses the Hollywood Commission.
Trevor examines militias in America, Roy Wood Jr. reconnects with a panel of Black voters, and actor and activist Wilmer Valderrama discusses "NCIS" and his advocacy for Latino voters.
Team Trump pushes conspiracy theories aimed at Joe Biden, New York governor Andrew Cuomo discusses "American Crisis," and Nick Offerman talks about his audio comedy special "All Rise."
Trevor examines a protest movement against police brutality in Nigeria, actor Matthew McConaughey talks about his memoir "Greenlights," and José Andrés discusses Chefs for the Polls.
Trevor covers electoral battles in the U.S. Senate, Michael Kosta talks to three deception artists about President Trump's constant lying, and Chris Rock talks about his role on "Fargo."
Roy Wood Jr. begins the countdown of President Trump's top 100 scandals, Desi Lydic Fox-splains allegations against Hunter Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren discusses the presidential race.
Trevor covers the final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, activist Alicia Garza discusses her book "The Purpose of Power," and Rashida Jones talks about "On the Rocks."
Early voting surges in the U.S., Roy Wood Jr. continues his countdown of President Trump's top 100 scandals, and Bruce Springsteen talks about his album and documentary "Letter to You."
Jaboukie Young-White serves as President Trump's beleaguered teleprompter operator, Desi Lydic talks to undecided voters, and comedian Chelsea Handler discusses her special "Evolution."
Trevor examines Halloween in the coronavirus era, Roy Wood Jr. continues his countdown of President Trump's 100 worst scandals, and Ice Cube discusses the Contract with Black America.
Roy Wood Jr. discusses Black male support for President Trump, Jordan Klepper chats with Trump rally-goers in Lancaster, PA, and Trevor talks to vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
Roy Wood Jr. highlights more of President Trump's top 100 scandals, Michael Kosta talks to suburban white women who support Trump, and The Root's Michael Harriot discusses the Black vote.
Roy Wood Jr. gives up on polls over the unexpected closeness of Election 2020, Trevor talks to "The Hispanic Republican" author Geraldo Cadava, and Evan Osnos discusses his book "Joe Biden."
Coronavirus cases soar in the U.S., Michael Kosta learns about potential post-election chaos, and Soledad O'Brien discusses problematic punditry and her podcast "Very Opinionated."
President Trump refuses to concede the election to Joe Biden, activist Ruby Bridges discusses her book "This Is Your Time," and actor Anthony Anderson talks about his role on "Black-ish."
GOP leaders back President Trump's refusal to concede to Joe Biden, Trevor breaks down the history of presidential concession speeches, and Lenny Kravitz discusses his book "Let Love Rule."
Trevor highlights some uplifting developments, Michael Kosta talks to Americans seeking dental care in Mexico, and singer-songwriter Halsey discusses her book "I Would Leave Me if I Could."
Africa sets a global example for how to handle COVID-19, soccer star Megan Rapinoe discusses her memoir "One Life," and actor Forest Whitaker talks about his holiday film "Jingle Jangle."
President Trump continues to insist he won reelection, Desi Lydic tries to reason with her paranoid "cousin" Tucker Carlson, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses two film adaptations of his books.
Trevor gives a primer on faithless electors, Jordan Klepper talks to pro-Trump demonstrators at the Million MAGA March, and Kevin Hart discusses his stand-up special "Zero F**ks Given."
Lewis Black reacts to the rise of far-right news networks in the U.S., Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath discusses her memoir "Standing Our Ground," and Lindsey Vonn talks about "The Pack."
Rudy Giuliani has a hair dye malfunction, Trevor examines the pandemic's effects on Thanksgiving, and Bill Gates discusses COVID-19, climate change and his new podcast with Rashida Jones.
Donald Trump advances cruel policies in the final days of his presidency, Dulce Sloan examines the economic costs of climate change, and Stephen Curry discusses the launch of Curry Brand.
President Trump raises $170 million for his Election Defense Fund, author Ernest Cline discusses "Ready Player Two," and actor Rosie Perez talks about "The Flight Attendant."
Trevor and Roy Wood Jr. examine racial discrimination in housing, Brit Bennett discusses her novel "The Vanishing Half," and Michael J. Fox talks about his memoir "No Time Like the Future."
Desi Lydic reacts to President Trump's potential pardons for his offspring, Roy Wood Jr. examines 2020's streaming media surge, and Ludacris discusses his educational initiative KidNation.
Trevor examines Georgia's high-stakes Senate runoff elections, Jaboukie Young-White takes a retrospective look at the year in music, and Method Man talks about "Power Book II: Ghost."
Ronny Chieng highlights major technology news from 2020, writer Ijeoma Oluo discusses her book "Mediocre," and rapper Busta Rhymes talks about his album "Extinction Level Event 2."
Michael Kosta proposes denying 2020 ever happened, Desi Lydic examines the year's rise in horniness, and comedian George Wallace talks about his book "Bulltwit…and Whatnot."
Dulce Sloan looks back at protesting in 2020, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow talks about her book "Bag Man," and actor Bryan Cranston discusses his role on the Showtime series "Your Honor."
President Trump gets a reality check, Desi Lydic and Roy Wood Jr. host a voter suppression game show, and Pharrell Williams discusses his Black Ambition initiative and the Juneteenth Pledge.
GOP leaders finally accept Joe Biden's presidential victory over Donald Trump, and Trevor talks to Barack Obama about his memoir "A Promised Land," his leadership initiatives and more.
Desi Lydic braves a family Christmas party with relatives from Fox News, James Corden talks about "The Late Late Show" and "The Prom," and Tessa Thompson discusses her movie "Sylvie's Love."
Roy Wood Jr. breaks down the 100 greatest scandals of the Trump administration, from jaw-dropping acts of corruption to devastating displays of incompetence.
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