Samantha Bee
Bee interviews protestors — real ones, not insurrectionists — who have been arrested at the Capitol in the latest "Full Frontal" episode.
Even a midseason relocation to the boonies of New York couldn't trip up the TBS late-night host's illuminating, supportive, and still-funny weekly news show.
With impeachment in the offing and a new app donating real money to Democrats, the late-night host is gearing up for next year's "nutso" election.
Co-creator Samantha Bee and star/director Natalie Zea explain why their ongoing TBS sitcom was ahead of its time — until now.
"I was never in contention and I very much knew that," Bee told The Daily Beast about replacing Jon Stewart.
At an Emmys FYC event, the TBS host spent a post-taping Q&A opening up about a segment close to her heart and dealing with the challenges of a nutty news cycle.
The "Full Frontal" host also endured Grinch prosthetics and channeled Judy Garland to preview the show's upcoming "Christmas on I.C.E." special.
The Samantha Bee TBS show will air a special on family separation at the border later this week.
Crews made an appearance on "Full Frontal" to drive home the point that male sexual abuse is never funny.
A week after calling Ivanka Trump a "feckless c--t," Bee apologizes for giving the media reason to focus on that rather than the tragedy of kids separated from their parents.
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