Episodes
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump as damning new evidence against Trump’s henchmen emerges. Then, Senator Amy Klobuchar talks about the last debate before the Iowa caucus, her history with Ambassador Yovanovitch and Trump’s impeachment trial.
Published 01/18/20
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin recaps what's happening in pop-culture news. Then, Amber Tamblyn talks about her book Era of Ignition, the effects of having women in power and being a parent in the Trump era. She also speaks to Late Night producer Sarah Jenks-Daly backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 01/15/20
Seth takes a closer look at a new poll saying a majority of Americans disapprove of President Trump’s handling of Iran, as the president’s own team struggles to defend his lies and borrows directly from George W. Bush’s playbook. M. Night Shyamalan talks about the eerie premise of Servant and pranking his mother-in-law with the very realistic baby doll from the show. He also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G from Late Night supervising producer Henry Melcher.
Published 01/14/20
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to rein in President Trump’s war powers as it becomes increasingly clear his administration lied to justify an unconstitutional act of war. Then, Seth talks to Larry David about their shared grievances and the new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Published 01/10/20
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Then, he talks to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
Published 01/08/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump threatening war crimes against Iran after ordering the assassination of a top Iranian General. Then, he talks to presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Published 01/07/20
Robert De Niro talks about The Irishman, his history with Joe Pesci and playing a younger character in the film. He also talks about his character in The Irishman and shares the origin of his Robert Mueller impression on Saturday Night Live. Then, Quentin Tarantino talks about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the real people who inspired Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio's characters in the movie and growing up in Los Angeles.
Published 01/03/20
Seth steps away from bleak and depressing news to share a news story about an 82-year-old female bodybuilder who beat up a burglar who tried to break into her home. Michelle Wolf talks about Joe Biden and who she wants to get a massage from. Plus, she reviews some jokes that she recently sent to Seth for his monologue.
Published 01/01/20
Late Night staffers Sal Gentile (supervising writer, A Closer Look) and Henry Melcher (supervising producer) look back at the best political segments from Late Night with Seth Meyers in 2019, including A Closer Look excerpts and political interviews that illustrate the strange and interesting year of national news.
Published 12/30/19
Late Night segment producer Sarah Jenks-Daly talks to members of the Late Night talent department about some of their favorite guest segments in 2019. They discuss the stories behind Seth's segments with Adam Sandler, Rihanna, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Robert Pattinson, Jeremy O. Harris and Dolly Parton.
Published 12/27/19
Late Night writer Jenny Hagel pitches a series of lesbian holiday films perfect for the Hallmark Channel. Then, John Mulaney talks about The Sack Lunch Bunch, auditioning children for the show and explaining why he doesn’t want kids to be his young co-stars.
Published 12/25/19
Seth steps away from his desk in Studio 8G to chat with Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang in this podcast exclusive conversation.
Published 12/23/19
Seth takes a closer look at Trump’s deranged rally after becoming the third president in history to be impeached and Republicans threatening to rig the Senate trial in his favor. Joe Pera shares a snowman cake with Seth and talks about acting with Seth’s cameraman, Gene Kelly and the new season of Joe Pera Talks with You. Joe also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 12/20/19
Then, Seth takes a closer look at President Donald Trump becoming the third president in history to be impeached. Ari Melber talks about the articles of impeachment, Donald Trump getting his day in court and the definition of "high crimes and misdemeanors."
Published 12/19/19
Seth takes a closer look at a new poll showing a majority support for impeaching President Trump and Republicans doing everything they can to rig the Senate trial in his favor. Representative Adam Schiff talks about his rise in recognizability, Trump’s quid pro quo and the behavior of his Republican colleagues.  Then, Late Night supervising producer Henry Melcher and A Closer Look supervising writer Sal Gentile ask Rep. Schiff a few more questions about his role in the impeachment inquiry.
Published 12/18/19
Seth takes a closer look at the House Judiciary Committee debating two articles of impeachment against President Trump. Then, comedian Dan Soder talks about his visit to Scotland, what his mom thinks about his stand-up and talking with finance bros about Billions. Late Night warm-up comic Ryan Reiss then talks to Dan a bit more backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 12/13/19
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump calling the charges against him “impeachment light,” as one of his main conspiracy theories about the FBI was officially debunked. Then, Jacqueline Novak talks about her show Get on Your Knees, makes plans for her next visit and discusses her therapist falling asleep in her session. She also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 12/12/19
Seth takes a closer look at the Democrats unveiling articles of impeachment against President Trump. Then, Michael Lewis talks about Donald Trump’s lack of interest in having a functional government and interviewing a government worker who was labeled as inessential. He also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast.
Published 12/11/19
Seth takes a break from breaking news to check in on Trump appointing unqualified federal judges to serve lifetime appointments. Then, Representative Ro Khanna talks about the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, Congress regulating big tech and supporting Bernie Sanders. He also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 12/06/19
Author Jacqueline Woodson discusses Red at the Bone, her books getting challenged and winning the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award. She also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast. Then, author CJ Hauser talks about writing about her personal life, spending time with the scientists she wrote about in Family of Origin: A Novel and inspiring her students with chicken totems. She too takes a few more questions backstage.
Published 12/04/19
For the sixth year, Seth's family — his mother Hilary, his father Larry and his brother Josh — visit Studio 8G for Late Night's annual Thanksgiving show.
Published 12/02/19
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Gilbert Gottfried talks about his podcast, working with Larry David on a show called Norman’s Corner and his attempt to get a VIP pass to Disneyland. He also takes a few more additional questions backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 11/30/19
Seth takes a closer look at the president and his Republican allies floating a ludicrous conspiracy theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election. Then, Former VP Al Gore talks about the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and today’s modern partisan politics. He also talks about his optimism about the fight against climate change, 24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action and the Green New Deal.
Published 11/27/19
Seth steps away from bleak and depressing news to share a news story about a high school cheerleader jumping off a parade float to save a choking baby. Then, Dolly Parton shares the story that inspired "Jolene" and reveals why she wouldn’t let Elvis sing "I Will Always Love You."
Published 11/25/19
Seth takes A Closer Look at the impeachment hearings, and the testimonies from Gordon Sondland, Fiona Hill and David Holmes.
Published 11/22/19