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Veteran TV personality Carson Daly (also known for "Total Request Live," "Today," "The Voice" and the annual special, "New Year's Eve with Carson Daly") is the host of this unique talk show that includes interviews with actors, comics, filmmakers as well as a variety of other artists. Also featured in the program are musical performances filmed at locations throughout Los Angeles and in other cities. By filming on location, the show allows viewers to experience each guest in an intimate and unique setting.

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Actress Jameela Jamil; Hera Hilmar talks and performs.
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Actor Danny Trejo; Lucy Dacus performs; actor Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
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Actress Elizabeth Reaser; Phoebe Bridgers performs; actress Joanna Kulig.
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Actress Gemma Chan; boygenius performs; actor Brenton Thwaites.
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TV personality Phil Keoghan; Lawrence performs; comic Jose Sarduy.
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Actress Jameela Jamil; actress Jackie Tohn; Drama performs; comic Joel Boyd.
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Actor Tom Felton; Jain performs; podcasters from LadyGang.
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Actress Jameela Jamil; TV host Busy Philipps; Lily Allen performs; actress Erica Rhodes.
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Singer Martina McBride; Barns Courtney perform; actors Jonas Strand Gravli and Seda Witt.
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Actor Charlie Cox; The Wombats perform; actress Claudia Kim.

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