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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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Journalist Jake Tapper; actress MJ Rodriguez; Nate Smith sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Michael Che; actress Alison Brie; Torche performs; Nate Smith sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Danny McBride; actress Yvonne Strahovski; 2020 presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson; Nate Smith sits in with the 8G Band.
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Comic Kathy Griffin; actor George Takei; comic Jacqueline Novak; Nate Smith sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Billy Crudup; actress Robin Thede; Julian Dorio sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Amanda Seyfried; actress Sandra Bernhard; actress Storm Reid; Julian Dorio sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Michelle Williams; singer Noel Gallagher; author Tommy Orange; Julian Dorio sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actor Milo Ventimiglia; actress Geena Davis; Ex Hex performs; Julian Dorio sits in with the 8G Band.
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Journalist Chris Cuomo; Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.); actress Rhianne Barreto; Jeff Quay sits in with the 8G Band.
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Journalist Chris Hayes; TV personality Charlamagne tha God; Jeff Quay sits in with the 8G Band.
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Actress Wanda Sykes; journalist Jose Antonio Vargas; Jeff Quay sits in with the 8G Band.
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TV host John Oliver; professional baseball player CC Sabathia; Mini Mansions perform; Jeff Quay sits in with the 8G Band.

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