The president talked to Seth Meyers (and Amy Poehler) about his age, Israel, and Dark Brandon.
The streamer ordered a scripted series and a new stand-up special from the comedian, who hosted “Saturday Night Live” last weekend—four years after getting fired from the show.
“You can say we just want more kids but you’re making life incredibly hard for people, including those who desperately want them,” the “Last Week Tonight” host said.
The latest “SNL” cold open featured Jim Risch, Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, and Tim Scott saying out loud what everyone is already thinking.
The comedian briefly addressed his 2019 firing before getting into material that may have been a bit too edgy for the “Saturday Night Live” studio audience.
As his new stand-up special “Religion, Sex and a Few Things in Between” hits Max this week, Rory Scovel chats about finally doing his comedy “homework” and leaning into politics.
Ricky Gervais paid tribute to the actor as an “absolute original.”