Alec Baldwin is singling out Stephen Colbert and John Oliver for using their talk-show pulpits for political purposes, issuing a tweet in pointing specifically to the hosts of Global’s “The Late Show” and HBO’s “Last Week Tonight.” “Talk shows were once promotional pit stops for some blithe chit chat about movies, etc.”
On Monday night, John Oliver confronted Dustin Hoffman about the various allegations of sexual harassment that have surfaced against him over the past few weeks. The two were both present for a 20th-anniversary screening of the political satire Wag the Dog. Oliver was there to moderate a question-and-answer session about the
A starry anniversary discussion of the film Wag the Dog turned testy Monday when moderator John Oliver confronted Dustin Hoffman about allegations of sexual harassment. Hoffman seemed blindsided and defensive by the line of questioning from the host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight. Hoffman explained the accusation was 40 years old.
Robert Murray, CEO of Murray Energy Corp., a mining company based in St. Clairsville, Ohio, filed a defamation lawsuit against John Oliver, the writers of Oliver’s show Last Week Tonight, HBO and Time Warner on Wednesday. The legal action followed Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight, which focused on the struggles of the
John Oliver devoted his main segment on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner who are “like America’s William and Kate, except, in this case, both of them are attractive.” Oliver explained the flaws behind an assumption that the couple has been a moderating influence on U.S. President Donald
John Oliver‘s late-night communicate display has been on hiatus since November, and relatively a little has came about since then on the earth of politics — basically the inauguration of Donald Trump and the primary few weeks of his presidency. Oliver stopped through The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday