00:51 — The New Pornographers visit Subterranean
00:38 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
00:56 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
00:41 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
01:16 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
00:17 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
01:28 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
01:17 — Regina Spektor visits Subterranean
02:32 — On Feb. 10, music innovators-like Regina Spektor, Elle King, Stevie Nicks, The Lumineers and more-all gathered to honor rock 'n' roll legend Tom Pett (more…)
03:22 — After James looks at Gary Johnson's world leader gaffe, James explains why National Coffee Day has to go.
05:43 — James tests the audience on the latest headlines by presenting them in emoji form.
05:48 — After Tig Notaro explains why doing comedy about your children is inevitable, Max Greenfield unearths an old bit from his one attempt at stand-up. And (more…)
01:33 — Not sure whether to vote this year? Let Stephen Colbert, John Cena, Anna Gunn, George Takei, Tituss Burgess, Trevor Noah, America Ferrera, Joseph Gord (more…)
09:44 — At the first debate the candidates delivered plenty of barbs, insults, and one of the biggest lies of the entire campaign.
04:50 — Straight outta rural Maine, Willmann finds the laughs in small-town life, her mom's voicemails, and her struggles with dyslexia.
06:28 — The actor and former White House aide Penn couldn't tell if Trump was saying "a tax" or "attacks" during the debate, but decided it didn't matter beca (more…)
10:27 — The star of 'Code Black' is no stranger to politics, but tells Stephen the only office he's interested in is president of the Screen Actors Guild.
04:04 — Rob Lowe portrays an American voter who still hasn't made up his mind between two historically unpopular choices for president.
01:25 — Presidential politics may have changed since Honest Abe's day, but the debates are still as vicious as ever.
02:12 — Fred chats with musical guest with Regina Spektor.
Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor explains her appreciation for her childhood immigration experience and her love of Russian culture.
Russian-American vocalist Regina Spektor sings 'Small Town Moon' from her album 'What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.'
Trending TonightSee all »
"We want it to be even better than Season 1," says Chief Jim Hopper