The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

June. 24,2020      TV-PG
Rating:
7.3
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Trailer Synopsis

Improv actor and comic Stephen Colbert leaves his "The Colbert Report" character behind as he makes his long-awaited return to television. As the host of The Late Show franchise redux -- taped at the historic Ed Sullivan Theatre at New York -- Colbert talks to actors, athletes, politicians, comics, artists and musicians as himself for the first time. Loyal fans, however, will also be treated to consistency as Colbert remains backed by many members of his writing and digital team from his former venture. Julliard-trained Jon Batiste serves as the bandleader.

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Seasons 5 : 2019

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Episode 1 - Jim Gaffigan, Ann Curry
September. 03,2019

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Episode 2 - Joe Biden
September. 04,2019

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Episode 3 - Pete Buttigieg, Graham Norton
September. 05,2019

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Episode 4 - Condoleezza Rice; Bill Skarsgård; Banks
September. 09,2019

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Episode 5 - Ansel Elgort; Jodi Kantor; Megan Twohey
September. 10,2019

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Episode 6 - James McAvoy; Stephen King; Vampire Weekend
September. 11,2019

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Episode 7 - Jake Tapper, Jon Lovett
September. 12,2019

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Episode 8 - Tom Hiddleston, Marie Osmond
September. 16,2019

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Episode 9 - Elizabeth Warren, Barry Williams, Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight, Eve Plumb, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen
September. 17,2019

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Episode 10 - Billy Crystal, Thomas Rhett
September. 18,2019

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Episode 11 - Taraji P. Henson, Aasif Mandvi
September. 19,2019

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Episode 41 - Liev Schreiber, Daniel Kaluuya, Cold War Kids
November. 12,2019

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Episode 42 - Tim Robbins, Nicole Wallace
November. 13,2019

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Episode 43 - Mark Ruffalo, Andy Cohen, Thom Yorke
November. 14,2019

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Episode 44 - David Harbour, Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit
November. 15,2019

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Episode 50 - Robert De Niro, J.J. Abrams
November. 25,2019

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Episode 51 - Paul Rudd, Adrienne Warren
November. 26,2019

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Episode 52 - LL Cool J, José Andrés
November. 27,2019

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Episode 53 - Eddie Redmayne, Joe Pera, Pharrell Williams
December. 04,2019

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Episode 54 - Scarlett Johansson, The Weeknd
December. 05,2019

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Episode 55 - Pharrell Williams, Chris Parnell, The Weeknd
December. 06,2019

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Episode 56 - Saoirse Ronan, Tom Brokaw
December. 09,2019

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Episode 57 - Clive Owen, Florence Pugh, Jon Batiste
December. 10,2019

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Episode 58 - Ed Harris, Samantha Power, Thomas Rhett
December. 11,2019

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Episode 59 - Rep. Adam Schiff
December. 12,2019

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Episode 60 - Mark Harmon
December. 13,2019

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Episode 74 - Episode 74
January. 20,2020

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Episode 75 - Episode 75
January. 21,2020

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Episode 76 - John Mulaney
January. 22,2020

Stephen welcomes John Mulaney.

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Episode 78 - Antonio Banderas / Jay Hernandez
January. 28,2020

Stephen welcomes Antonio Banderas and Jay Hernandez

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Episode 81 - Edie Falco / Fortune Feimster
January. 31,2020

Stephen welcomes Edie Falco and Fortune Feimster

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Episode 83 - John Leguizamo / Philip Rucker / Carol Leonnig
February. 04,2020

Stephen welcomes actor John Leguizamo, reporter Philip Rucker, and journalist Carol Leonnig.

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Episode 84 - Jim Carrey
February. 05,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Jim Carrey.

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Episode 86 - Joe Mantegna / Coyote Peterson
February. 07,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Joe Mantegna and wildlife educator Coyote Peterson.

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Episode 88 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus
February. 11,2020

Stephen welcomes actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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Episode 89 - Will Ferrell
February. 12,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Will Ferrell.

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Episode 90 - James Marsden / Sam Heughan / John Oliver
February. 13,2020

Stephen welcomes actor James Marsden and actor Sam Heughan.

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Episode 93 - Jason Segel / Charlotte Alter
February. 26,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Jason Segel and journalist Charlotte Alter.

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Episode 95 - Tyra Banks / Coyote Peterson
February. 28,2020

Stephen welcomes TV personality Tyra Banks and TV host Coyote Peterson.

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Episode 97 - Anthony Mackie / Susan Glasser
March. 03,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Anthony Mackie and journalist Susan Glasser.

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Episode 100 - Neil deGrasse Tyson / Hannah Einbinder
March. 06,2020

Stephen welcomes astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic Hannah Einbinder.

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Episode 103 - Hank Azaria / Suzy Nakamura
March. 11,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Hank Azaria and actress Suzy Nakamura.

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Episode 104 - Sanjay Gupta
March. 12,2020

Stephen welcomes Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

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Episode 106 - Daniel Radcliffe / Jonathan Karl
March. 31,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Daniel Radcliffe and journalist Jonathan Karl.

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Episode 107 - Ryan Reynolds
April. 01,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Ryan Reynolds.

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Episode 111 - Senator Bernie Sanders / Brandi Carlile
April. 08,2020

Stephen welcomes Senator Bernie Sanders.

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Episode 114 - Dr. Jonathan LaPook / Cate Blanchett
April. 14,2020

Stephen welcomes Dr. Jonathan LaPook and actress Cate Blanchett.

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Episode 117 - Trevor Noah / José Andrés / Willie, Lukas and Micah Nelson
April. 20,2020

Stephen welcomes TV host Trevor Noah, and a musical performance by Willie, Lukas & Micah Nelson.

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Episode 118 - Michael Moore / Brett Eldredge
April. 21,2020

Stephen welcomes Michael Moore.

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Episode 119 - Nathan Lane / José Andrés
April. 22,2020

Stephen welcomes Nathan Lane.

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Episode 120 - Bill Gates / Claire Danes / Mandy Patinkin
April. 23,2020

Stephen welcomes Bill Gates, Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin.

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Episode 124 - Paul Giamatti
April. 30,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Paul Giamatti.

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Episode 125 - Thandie Newton / Ina Garten
May. 01,2020

Stephen welcomes actress Thandie Newton and chef Ina Garten.

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Episode 131 - Christine Baranski / Ellie Kemper
May. 12,2020

Stephen welcomes actress Christine Baranski and actress Ellie Kemper.

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Episode 133 - John Lithgow / Alison Roman
May. 14,2020

Stephen welcomes actor John Lithgow and author Alison Roman.

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Episode 135 - Gayle King / Amy Sedaris
May. 19,2020

Stephen welcomes TV host Gayle King and actress Amy Sedaris.

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Episode 137 - Vice President Joe Biden
May. 21,2020

Stephen welcomes Vice President Joe Biden.

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Episode 139 - Keegan-Michael Key / Wes Moore
June. 02,2020

Stephen welcomes actor Keegan-Michael Key and author Wes Moore.

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Episode 140 - Charlamagne tha God
June. 03,2020

Stephen welcomes TV personality Charlamagne tha God.

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Episode 145 - Wesley Lowery / Judd Apatow
June. 11,2020

Stephen welcomes journalist Wesley Lowery and filmmaker Judd Apatow.

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Episode 148 - Sen. Kamala Harris / Milky Chance & Jack Johnson
June. 17,2020

Stephen welcomes Senator Kamala Harris and a musical performance by Milky Chance & Jack Johnson.

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Episode 152 - Jon Stewart
June. 24,2020

Stephen welcomes comic Jon Stewart.

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Episode 153 - Ibram X. Kendi / Patton Oswalt
June. 25,2020

Stephen welcomes author Ibram X. Kendi and comic Patton Oswalt.

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Seasons 4 : 2018

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187 Episode

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Seasons 3 : 2017

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194 Episode

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Seasons 2 : 2016

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154 Episode

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Seasons 1 : 2015

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143 Episode

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