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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; actress Jodie Whittaker; Mt. Joy performs; actor Algee Smith.
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Actor Romany Malco; The Record Company performs; actress Hannah Marks.
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Actress Jameela Jamil; actor Brett Gelman; Family of the Year performs; actor Alex Wolff.
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Actor Luis Guzmán; Houndmouth performs; actress Jessica Parker Kennedy.
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Actor Bruce Campbell; American Aquarium performs; comic Simon Gibson.
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Actor Finn Jones; Flora Cash performs; actress Madison Iseman.
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Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead; Aquilo performs; comic Sam Morril.
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Actress Mary Lynn Rajskub; Amen Dunes performs; musician Lukas Nelson.
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Actress Jameela Jamil; actor Rupert Grint; William Elliott Whitmore performs; actress Joey King.
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Actress Alice Eve; Odetta Hartman performs; comic Bert Kreischer.
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Actress Judy Greer; Ashe performs; actress Natascha McElhone.
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Actress Janet Montgomery; Let's Eat Grandma performs; actress Julia Garner.
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Actor Reid Scott; Mt. Joy performs; actor Linus Roache.
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Actresses Jameela Jamil, Suki Waterhouse and Abra; The Record Company performs; actor Penn Badgley.
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Actress Andie MacDowell; Hot Snakes perform; actors Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh.
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Actor Rhys Darby; Drab Majesty performs; comedy duo Rhett & Link.

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