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With his signature monologue and sharp newsy segments like "A Closer Look," Seth Meyers hilariously breaks down the day's biggest stories and takes the current political circus head-on. He then welcomes Hollywood's most beloved A-list guests, as well as people not seen anywhere else in late night, like political figures and other interesting newsmakers. With fan-favorite comedy segments that become viral sensations, and the talented 8G band at his side, Seth consistently brings home the last laugh.

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Actor James Spader; actress Glenda Jackson; chef Brad Leone; Jeff Friedl sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Natasha Lyonne; TV personality Donny Deutsch; actor Drew Tarver; actress Heléne Yorke; Jeff Friedl sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress America Ferrera; TV personalities Desus Nice and The Kid Mero; Lauren Alaina performs; Jeff Friedl sits in with the 8G Band.
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TV host John Oliver; actress Tatiana Maslany; St. Paul and The Broken Bones perform; Jeff Friedl sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor John Mulaney; former Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
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Actor Will Forte; Second Chance Theatre.
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Actor Don Cheadle; actor Jake Johnson; Kurt Vile performs.
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Actress Debra Messing; actor Henry Louis Gates Jr.; The Prom performs.
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Professional football player J.J. Watt; actor Tim Meadows; actress Anna Konkle; actress Maya Erskine; Tucker Rule sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Ice-T; director Paul Schrader; Tucker Rule sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Taylor Schilling; political commentator Ana Navarro; Tucker Rule sits in with the 8G Band.
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Journalist Jake Tapper; actress Justina Machado; author Marlon James; Tucker Rule sits in with the 8G Band.
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Filmmaker Michael Moore; actress Busy Phillips; Conan Gray performs; Brendan Buckley sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Megan Mullally; rapper Killer Mike; author Claire Adam; Brendan Buckley sits in with the 8G Band.
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Rosie O'Donnell; author Nicolle Wallace; DaniLeigh performs; Brendan Buckley sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Alan Cumming; sports journalist Jemele Hill; actress Maia Mitchell; actress Cierra Ramirez; Brendan Buckley sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Ellie Kemper; former Sen. Claire McCaskill; Young the Giant performs; Venzella Joy sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Anne Hathaway; Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio); actress Michaela Coel; Venzella Joy sits in with the 8G Band.

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