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Full Frontal With Samantha Bee

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It seems her correspondence role on "The Daily Show" was just a warm-up act for the next stage of Samantha Bee's career. After spending 12 years on the Comedy Central juggernaut, Bee was not approached to replace departing host Jon Stewart, opening the door to her own series on TBS. The weekly late-night newsmagazine serves as a platform for Bee to apply her sharp, satirical point of view to current and relevant issues. She won't do so while sitting at a fake news desk; instead, field reports dominate, allowing Bee to show off her uncanny ability to mine comedy gold from just about any awkward situation.

Latest episodes

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A sex education class for U.S. Senators; a discussion about the electability of former Vice President Joe Biden; an interview with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).
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Examining the crumbling infrastructure of the NRA; enlisting the help of guest correspondent Naomi Ekperigin in uncovering the key to unlocking Black Twitter.
aired 14 days ago
Examining the crumbling infrastructure of the NRA; enlisting the help of guest correspondent Naomi Ekperigin in uncovering the key to unlocking Black Twitter; bonus footage.
aired 18 days ago
Covering Tucker Carlson's naughty nature; unpacking the real motivation behind the attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar; the story of a group of female animators who put their own MeToo movement into motion.
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Uncovering the truth about Kellyanne and George Conway; unpacking the latest Trump administration purge at DHS; meeting the people hit the hardest by Trump's Muslim Ban.
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Responding to the anti-abortion rhetoric seeping into the box office and state legislatures; making getting vaccinated cool again; unearthing a huge white lie with the Lucas Brothers.
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The second not-annual Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner brings together journalists, members of the media, and all those who are committed to reaffirming the First Amendment.
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Bidding farewell to the Mueller investigation; tracing Mick Mulvaney's path to the White House; examining the battle that immigrants in the military are fighting... to stay in the military.
aired 32 days ago
Reminiscing on 2017's greatest hits, starting with the Muslim ban; a lightening round intro of the approximately 5,000 democrats who have announced their 2020 presidential campaigns; declaring March Black Future Month with help from Sasheer Zamata.
aired 34 days ago
A deep dive into the indictment of President Trump's former adviser Roger Stone; Sam teams up with Nyle DiMarco to teach police officers an important lesson about not shooting unarmed civilians.
aired 34 days ago
Meeting a family whose American Dream led to the opioid crisis; tracking the Fox News evolution into state TV; Amy Hoggart tries to answer the question of what the deal is with Brexit.
aired 75 days ago
Though it's the first episode of the new year, it seems like nothing has changed; the government shutdown; Mitch McConnell; women in politics.
aired 81 days ago
Kicking off the holiday season; updates on the Mueller investigation; rich white men getting away with stuff; a UFC unionizing effort; a sneak peek at the "Christmas on Ice" special.
aired 84 days ago
Reviewing a new streaming service created especially for racist grandparents; a trip to the future to look back on 2018: the year American democracy began to crumble.
aired 84 days ago
Samantha attempts to calm some of the Green New Deal-induced hysteria, calls out fatphobia in the media and sends some love to the lonely billionaire hearts of the world.
aired 88 days ago
A rebuttal to the SOTU; why U.S. involvement in Venezuela is already in bad hands; celebrating Black History Month.
aired 126 days ago
Checking in on America's horrifying history of anti-semitism and, because it's Halloween, covers the white supremacists who choose to wear their sheets year-round.
aired 130 days ago
With less than a month separating Americans from the midterm elections, Samantha Bee unboxes a few more weapons in the GOP arsenal: voter suppression and a culture war.
aired 133 days ago
Covering all the infuriating news of this year-long week; the white-hot rage over the week might just melt the new set.
aired 133 days ago
In preparation for the midterms, "Full Frontal" offers the Democrats some advice on generating voter excitement with the words "universal healthcare."
aired 137 days ago
News about a migrant caravan headed to the U.S.; an assault on transgender rights; the amazing story of Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Halquist.

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