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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.

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With the midterms fast approaching, "Full Frontal" debuts a new look and gets ready to bring its A-game (literally) to help get out the vote.
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Presenting a who's who of the country's up-and-coming fascists; cooking up a lesson on undocumented food workers with Padma Lakshmi; enjoying a good, healing cry while listening to Brandi Carlile.
aired 13 days ago
Saying goodbye to Roe v. Wade and hello to new Russian overlords; correspondent Amy Hoggart gets the royal treatment in the U.K.
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Reviewing the Russian spy thriller currently unfolding before the nation's eyes; the Trump administration's reboot of Watergate; Sam takes a few special guests for a coffee run.
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Introducing the world to MenToo with some help from Terry Crews; Amy Hoggart interviews a group of people that wants to leave the planet and form a new space nation.
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Examining another way in which women have it tougher in the workplace; Donald Trump Jr. becomes the one thing all of Donald Trump's scandals have in common; the correspondents take a page out of Sean Spicer's book.
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Looking back on the not-so-good old days of rampant workplace harassment and how little things have improved since then in a special MeToo episode.
aired 66 days ago
Discussing the repercussions of the NK summit; diving deep into crisis actor conspiracy theories; Allana Harkin basks in the joy of Ireland's recognition of women's rights.
aired 69 days ago
Samantha addresses the separation of migrant children from their parents at the border as being cruel, inhumane and needing to stop.
aired 69 days ago
Using the gift of hindsight for the Iraq War's 15th birthday; celebrating Women's History Month with help from Laurie Metcalf.
aired 73 days ago
Floating a radical idea for helping out Syrian refugees; bidding adieu to the Pride of Janesville; breaking out the Sean Hannity conspiracy yarn; Allana Harkin rounds up the Reefer Sanity Army to help vets get the healthcare they need.
aired 76 days ago
Newest addition to the "Dirtbag Hall of Fame"; checking in with the MeToo movement.
aired 76 days ago
Correspondent Amy Hoggart seeks refuge from America's fake news pandemic in Finland.
aired 80 days ago
When abortion rights still existed; when ICE did not exist; pre-clandestine war.
aired 101 days ago
After hearing America's comments and suggestions, the show is back with a freshly cleaned mouth and some thoughts on civility.
aired 111 days ago
ICE misplaces 1,500 children; Rudy Giuliani is on the loose; Ashley is on a mission to save democracy in California.
aired 125 days ago
Inducting Sarah Huckabee Sanders into the Feminist Herstory club; last bratty Facebook status; one unlucky correspondent is sent to a Trump rally in Michigan.
aired 143 days ago
Getting to know the future Secretary of State; checking in on Steve Bannon's study abroad trip; Sam interviews Preet Bharara.
aired 157 days ago
Samantha gets to know the bully that's been targeting Congress for decades, the NRA.
aired 159 days ago
Honoring Black History Month by exposing the racist origins of some of the U.S.' most beloved heirlooms.
aired 159 days ago
Correspondents dash around the globe in an Apology Race to try to make amends for any deeply embarrassing comments made by President Trump.

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