Larry King, meet King Push. The rapper gets real about his critically acclaimed album, what it's like to work with Kanye, why Pharrell is hard on him, and whether we'll see another Clipse album. Plus, Pusha's most embarrassing professional moment.
"The Vampire Diaries" resident bad boy Ian Somerhalder sits down with Larry to chat about the Salvatore brothers, his episode of Showtime's "Years of Living Dangerously" and his own Ian Somerhalder Foundation.
You're not stuck with the brain you have. Larry welcomes a panel of experts to discuss the power we have over our brain health - and the roles nutrition, mental games, exercise and meditation play in optimizing our noggins and staving off dementia.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Morgan Spurlock opens up about what it's like to work for CNN, the Twitterification of the news, and why he's happy to be a little nuts. Plus, what he uncovered about the Kardashians on his show "Inside Man."
Kings of talk Larry and Andy Cohen get down to the important things: the dearth of good journalism, being the only gay man in late night, and which "Housewives" cast is most likely to win a Nobel Prize. Plus, Larry finds Andy a love match on Tinder.
The quick-witted cast of "Playing House"- Jessica St. Clair, Lennon Parham and Brad Morris - dish out details about their new sitcom and weigh in on today's trending topics, like Rogen vs. Bieber, Barbara's bye-bye and Franco's semi-nude selfies.
Meet Larry's new best friends. "Silicon Valley" stars Zach Woods, T.J. Miller, Martin Starr and Kumail Nanjiani reveal why they disliked the pilot, address the comparisons to "Entourage," and explain Kid Rock to Larry. Plus, Zach on his eroticism.
David Alan Grier sits down with Larry and tells him about his experience working with a young Jennifer Lawrence, meeting Keenen Ivory Wayans for the first time and how he started cooking for James Spader.
In typical Tyler, the Creator fashion, the innovative rapper, producer, and designer bluntly details the roots of his artistic idiosyncrasies, reveals his plans to conquer the film industry, and addresses his repeated use of profanity.
Terry Bradshaw sits down with Larry to chat about issues facing the NFL today, being at Fox for 20 years and his new touring show "Terry Bradshaw: America's Favorite Dumb Blonde...a Life in Four Quarters."
As he prepares for the release of his sixth album, Trey Songz joins Larry for an intimate conversation about the man he credits for his music education, what his mom sacrificed for his success, and how Trey really feels about being a sex symbol.