Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell is a late-night talk show featuring Bell's hilarious and poignant takes on the issues of the day. Totally Biased expands to five nights a week this fall.
On Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Bell will dissect a multitude of topics including politics, pop culture, race, religion, and the media. The series will feature his commentary along with features from other contributors and sketch comedy. The six half-hour installments of the series will be shot in Brooklyn and is from Executive Producer Chris Rock.
A delightful song-and-dance at The Tony Awards or the world's most elaborate delivery-system for an n-bomb? Neil Patrick Harris would have you believe it was the former. Kamau wonders if it's a bit of both, but really doesn't care. We love you, NPH!
There are certain things we all like to assume about every culture, but what about the little secrets that we don't know? Kamau visits Times Square and learns something new about cultural commonalties in music, childrearing and hoarding.
South African comedian Trevor Noah takes time off from his shows in New York to chat about adjusting to the US, racial identity and the joys of being black. Has Kamau met his new favorite mixed-race-person-who-is-not-his-child-or-The-President?
Sixteen months after the death of Trayvon Martin, jury selection has finally begun for George Zimmerman's trial. Kamau... shares his thoughts in ways that can't be summed up in a video description box. Chris Rock sneaks his thoughts in for good measure.
With all due respect to Michael Douglas and his recent health concerns, Aparna Nancherla is a little concerned that men will use it as an excuse to.... neglect certain duties. Janine Brito, on the other hand, sees a silver lining.
It was a pleasant surprise how many people saw our conversation with Lindy West and Jim Norton, but it was neither pleasant nor surprising that many of the comments online are vile threats to our guest. Kamau shares some thoughts and proposes a solution.
After hanging out with Unlocking the Truth in Brooklyn, Kamau invited the band to the Totally Biased studios to perform live. The on-stage mosh pit wasn't originally part of the plan, but hey-sometimes you just gotta mosh.
This week, Arvind Mahankali became the latest in a long line of Indian-American athletes to win the National Spelling Bee. As usual, a handful of jerks on Twitter tried to rain on the parade, but Arvind and Hari are both unfazed.
This weekend, you could watch Will Smith and his son fight tigers in space or whatever, or see Woody and that guy from Facebook rob a bank with magic. Save yourself the trouble of deciding and let Doug "Loves Movies" Benson do it for you.
While ads have featured identifiable, racially-ambiguous leads for years now, Cheerios took it one step further by heavily implying that there's such thing as a mixed-race family. As the napping father in a mixed-race family of his own, Kamau celebrates.
Kamau and Living Colour's Vernon Reid vist pre-teen metal band Unlocking the Truth at their home in Brooklyn to see where it all began. Watch Vernon and Kamau manage to break through the trio of badass stone-faces just long enough to feel incredibly old.
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