04:47 — Sofia Boutella plays the title role in the summer blockbuster, “The Mummy.” She’s also the subject of the Last Call Spotlight.
03:20 — Potty Mouth performs “Smash Hit” from the Troubadour on Last Call.
04:23 — “Midnight, Texas” star Arielle Kebbel gets the Last Call Spotlight treatment.
04:06 — Emily V. Gordon talks co-writing her very personal film, “The Big Sick.” For more, check out the Last Call Spotlight.
04:33 — Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry gets the Last Call Spotlight treatment.
03:25 — Galantis performs “Runaway (U&I)” from The Novo on Last Call.
01:39 — Galantis returns to Last Call with a performance of “Firebird” from The Novo.
05:00 — Topher Grace is one of the stars of “War Machine.” He’s also the subject of the Last Call Spotlight.
04:52 — Last Call shines the spotlight on actress Ari Graynor and her new show, “I’m Dying Up Here.”
03:58 — Last Call sets up shop in Downtown LA for the music of Bonobo. This is “No Reason” from the The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
03:58 — Bonobo performs “Surface” in front of a packed crowd at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in LA. Only on Last Call.
04:45 — The one and only Ne-Yo stops by Last Call in support of his latest project, “World of Dance.”
03:30 — Last Call heads to Downtown LA for music from The Menzingers. Here they are with “House On Fire.”
04:52 — “Pretty Little Liars” star Troian Bellisario is featured in the Last Call Spotlight.
04:59 — Rapper, actor, host, and entrepreneur Ludacris talks “Fear Factor,” “The Fate of the Furious,” and much more in the Last Call Spotlight.
03:47 — The Menzingers perform “Tellin’ Lies” from the Regent on Last Call.
03:02 — Tennis System performs their new single on Last Call. This is “Lackluster” from the Troubadour.
02:32 — Last Call heads to the Troubadour for the music of Tennis System. Here they are with “Esoteric.”
01:53 — Tennis System performs “Call It Home” from the legendary Troubadour in LA. This is Last Call.
04:24 — Stand-up comic Londale Theus Jr. is the subject of the Last Call Comedy Spotlight.
02:18 — No Parents recently performed “Hunting in Huntington” during a gig at Teragram Ballroom, and Last Call was there to capture it all. Take a look.
02:11 — No Parents bring punk rock to Last Call and the Teragram Ballroom stage. From Downtown LA, here they are performing “History."
05:00 — Joseph Fiennes talks “The Handmaid’s Tale” in the Last Call Spotlight.
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- Premiered: January 8, 2002
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: A late-night talk show featuring on-location interviews and concert performances by emerging music artists. (more)