If you watch “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” you’ll definitely want to check out “The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert.” With daily episodes on weekdays, tune in for all Late Show content, all the time! It’s the TV show in podcast form if you want to audibly catch up on the show without watching it.
Each episode features Stephen’s ripped-from-the-headlines monologues, jokes, the meanwhile-st meanwhiles, and interviews with newsmakers and celebrities, all in under-45-minute episodes.
Since the last week of October 2021, Stephen’s audio-only podcast version of his show has packed all the punches. Stephen recapped the crazy weather we’re having including the bomb cyclone, government and spending bill updates, Facebook’s rebranding as Meta, and more news.
Stephen chatted with Bruce Springsteen about his new book, Renegades: Born in the USA, and what his experience was like working with former President Barack Obama. This book is a companion to the 8-part podcast he hosted with Obama. In his appearance on the “Late Show,” Springsteen spoke about playing music, performing, his 1979 concert film, and his favorite guitar that he describes as an extension of his body.
Katie Couric sat down with Stephen to discuss her memoir, Going There. Then, Stephen talked to actor, director, and podcast host Elizabeth Banks on her show, “My Body, My Podcast.” Jorja Fox spilled about “CSI: Vegas'” new season. Trevor Noah joined Stephen in a pre-Halloween episode, and explained how filming “The Daily Social Distancing Show” during the pandemic impacts his hosting practices post-quarantine.
“Last Night in Soho’s” Thomasin McKenzie stopped by to talk about New Zealand. John Leguizamo discussed playing a new kind of superhero in PhenomX, and his superpower IRL is avoiding his wife if she’s mad at him. Singing is his Kryptonite, and he’s performing in the play, “Kiss my Aztec,” slated for next year.
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