Episodes
After a monologue, Seth takes a closer look at an unhinged President Trump wanting to ignore the coronavirus crisis and return to normal as soon as possible.
Published 03/27/20
After a monologue, Seth takes a closer look at the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak and the president and some his allies saying we should care more about the stock market than saving lives.
Published 03/26/20
Recorded remotely by Seth Meyers, Amber Ruffin, Jenny Hagel and the 8G Band at their respective homes. There are some jokes that just sound wrong coming from Seth, like the one about Joe Biden winning 86% of the African American vote.
Published 03/25/20
Live from his hallway while under social isolation, Seth takes a closer look at the COVID-19 pandemic triggering a public health crisis, economic crisis and leadership crisis.
Published 03/24/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump’s address to the nation and the administration’s failed response to the coronavirus pandemic. He also talks to Daymond John of "Shark Tank," who also takes a few more questions backstage.
Published 03/13/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump contradicting public health officials about the severity of the global coronavirus pandemic. Then, David Simon discusses the prescient nature of The Plot Against America, meeting Philip Roth and Charles Lindbergh’s anti-Semitism. He also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G exclusively for this podcast.
Published 03/12/20
Seth takes a closer look at Trump's lies about the coronavirus outbreak, showing what it’s like when a lifelong scam artist is in charge of responding to a public health crisis. He then talks to MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace, who also takes a few more questions backstage just for this podcast.
Published 03/10/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump lying to millions of people about the coronavirus outbreak as his administration bungles its response to the crisis. Then, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez talks about fighting the coronavirus, supporting Bernie Sanders in the 2020 election and the youth vote. She also takes a few more questions exclusively for this podcast from Late Night's Henry Melcher and Sal Gentile.
Published 03/06/20
Seth takes a closer look at Joe Biden’s big night on Super Tuesday setting up a close two-person race with Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination. Then, he talks to John Oliver, who also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G.
Published 03/05/20
Seth takes a closer look at the president calling criticism of his response to coronavirus a "hoax" as concerns grow about the government’s handling of the outbreak. Then, Seth talks to Elisabeth Moss, who stars in "The Invisible Man." She also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast.
Published 03/04/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump appointing Mike Pence to take charge of the response to the coronavirus outbreak and reassuring absolutely nobody. Patrick Radden Keefe talks about the unique way he was inspired to write Say Nothing and naming a suspect in an unsolved murder case in the book.  He then takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G just for this podcast.
Published 02/28/20
Seth takes a closer look at Democrats screaming over each other in a chaotic debate as President Trump tightens his authoritarian grip on power. Then, Carson Daly talks about Last Call with Carson Daly, the success of The Voice and his stint as an intern for Jimmy Kimmel’s radio show. He also takes a few more questions exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/27/20
Seth takes a closer look at some pundits and members of the Democratic establishment panicking after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus in a landslide. Then, he talks to CNN's Jake Tapper.
Published 02/25/20
Andrew Zimmern and José Andrés talk about Zimmern's new show What's Eating America and how it explores the ties between political issues and cuisine. Author Paul Yoon discusses his book Run Me to Earth and his dog’s unique role in his writing process.
Published 02/21/20
Desus and Mero talk about getting starstruck at the Critics' Choice Awards, interviewing David Letterman and Derek Jeter not getting a unanimous vote for the Hall of Fame. Then, hear a stand-up comedy set from Erin Jackson live on Late Night. She also takes a few more questions backstage from Late Night opening comic Ryan Reiss exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/19/20
Seth Meyers talks to Aidy Bryant in a podcast exclusive interview away from Studio 8G.
Published 02/17/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump and his attorney general turning the Justice Department into a political weapon to protect Trump’s friends and punish his enemies. Then, comedian Maria Bamford discusses her attempt to file a restraining order against the president and meeting with random Twitter users to practice her stand-up comedy. She also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/14/20
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. He also talks to Stacey Abrams, former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and founder of Fair Fight 2020. She also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/12/20
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump's retaliation against impeachment witnesses as his attorney general works with Rudy Giuliani to keep digging up dirt on his political rivals. Then, he speaks with Gavin Newsom, governor of California, about the lawsuits between California and the Trump administration. Governor Newsom also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/11/20
In part two of our special series about the Iowa caucuses, Late Night supervising producer Henry Melcher follows up with a few people he spoke to while in Des Moines to understand how Iowans felt about the election fiasco on Monday, resulting in a vote whose results are delayed — if they ever come out at all. He also conducts some interviews to learn more about the activism and organization that helps mobilize people of color during Iowa elections.
Published 02/07/20
Seth takes a closer look at the president reeling off a deranged tirade at the White House, where he celebrated his sham impeachment acquittal with his Republican co-conspirators. Then, Rob McElhenney shares how he and his wife decided to name their sons and the inspiration behind Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet. He also takes a few more questions backstage at Studio 8G exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/07/20
Seth takes a closer look at Senate Republicans all but completing their cover-up of the president’s crimes as they block witnesses and move to acquit him. Then, actor and comedian John Early talks about his embarrassing appearance in a local news report from Nashville and his tenure in high school theater. He also takes a few more questions backstage exclusively for this podcast.
Published 02/05/20
The weekend before the 2020 Democratic caucuses in Iowa, Late Night supervising producer Henry Melcher went to Des Moines. Hear his interviews with Troy Price, chair of the Iowa Democratic Party; undecided voters Pam and Harry Bookey; journalist David Yepsen; members of the College Democrats at Iowa State University; Iowa State Auditor Rob Sand; and Brown and Black Forum founders Wayne Ford and Mary Campos.
Published 02/04/20
Seth moderates a panel with the cast of The Good Place after the finale aired on NBC. Then, hear his interview with Leslie Jones.
Published 01/31/20
Seth takes a closer look at the president and his goons threatening everyone from sitting congressmen to ambassadors as new evidence emerges in his impeachment trial. Then, he walks to NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt.
Published 01/29/20