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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 Billy Porter; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.); Caitlyn Smith performs.
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Actor Will Smith; comic John Early; comic Michael Cruz Kayne.
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Actor Bobby Cannavale; actress Amber Tamblyn; fashion designer Christian Siriano.
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Actor Larry David; Caitlin Kalafus sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Tiffany Haddish; director M. Night Shyamalan; SHAED performs; Caitlin Kalafus sits in with the 8G Band.
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TV host Rachel Maddow; actor J.B. Smoove; chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten; Caitlin Kalafus sits in with the 8G Band.
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Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren; musician David Byrne; H.E.R. performs; Caitlin Kalafus sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor John Lithgow; Ana Gasteyer talks and performs.
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Comic John Mulaney; actor Rodrigo Santoro.
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Actor Robert De Niro; actor Guy Pearce; comic Joe Pera.

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