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  • Watch Tweedy Perform "Low Key" and "World Away" on "The Colbert Report"

    Watch Tweedy Perform "Low Key" and "World Away" on "The Colbert Report"
    Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, his 18-year-old son Spencer and their band, who collectively go by the name Tweedy, appeared on "The Colbert Report" last night to perform "Low Key" and "World Away." The two songs appear on the new album "Sukierae," which was...
  • Watch: Jon Stewart Makes First Appearance as 'Colbert Report' Guest, Snark Ensues

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Jon Stewart -- the host of, in Stephen Colbert's words, the liberal, elitist "Daily Show" -- appeared on "The Colbert Report" Thursday night for the first time as an interview guest. Stewart was promoting his film "Rosewater,"...
  • Comedy Central Sets Jan. 19 Premiere for 'The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Comedy Central has set Jan. 19 as the premiere date for its latenight talker hosted by Larry Wilmore. The show unveiled earlier this year also has a new name, switching to "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" from "The...
  • Sunday Conversation: Comedy Central's Kent Alterman

    Sunday Conversation: Comedy Central's Kent Alterman
    Kent Alterman's job is to bring the funny. Alterman, the 57-year-old president of content development and original production for Comedy Central, helps oversee such hits as "South Park," "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report." He's...
  • The end is near

    We've already bid farewell to HBO's "Boardwalk Empire." Now get ready to send off "White Collar" (9 p.m. Thursday, USA), launching its sixth and final season this week with the first of six episodes. The opener picks up from last season's cliffhanger when...
  • Chuck Todd tells Stephen Colbert why midterm elections are exciting

    Chuck Todd tells Stephen Colbert why midterm elections are exciting
    It's election day in America and to get voters primed, Stephen Colbert interviewed NBC News political director and "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd. Todd may be an avowed political junkie, definitely a plus in his line of work, but Colbert admitted that...
  • Election Night: From Wolf to Colbert

    Election Night: From Wolf to Colbert
    Where can you find Election Night results? Here's a quick look at what several networks and channels have planned Tuesday night: CNN: Coverage starts at 5 p.m. Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper are the headliners. Jake Tapper provides analysis, and...
  • Stephen Colbert announces 'Colbert Report' end date

    We all knew it was coming, but now we have the date: "The Colbert Report" is ending on Dec. 18. Stephen Colbert announced the show's end date to his audience on Thursday's show while pitching the paperback version of his book, "America Again." The...
  • William and Mary law professor will be on 'The Colbert Report'

    William and Mary law professor will be on 'The Colbert Report'
     Allison Orr Larsen, a law professor at the College of William and Mary, will appear on "The Colbert Report" on Monday.  How cool is that?  Larsen reserached and wrote an article titled "The Trouble With Amicus Facts," analyzing facts cited in Supreme...
  • Bill Cosby says Morgan Freeman is waiting for him to die

    Bill Cosby says Morgan Freeman is waiting for him to die
    Bill Cosby was a guest on "The Colbert Report" on Wednesday and the legendary comedian easily dominated Stephen Colbert during the interview. You can't out-talk someone who's made their living talking for 52 years. But, Colbert wondered, despite all the...
  • Emmys: Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Parsons stand out

    Emmys: Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Parsons stand out
    The Emmys felt like a repeat, because voters kept honoring old favorites this year. Among series, "Modern Family," "Breaking Bad" and "The Colbert Report" were back as winners. Some surprises jazzed up the event, but most came in the movie-miniseries...