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This fresh and edgy late-night talk show, hosted by Morgan Stewart, Nina Parker and Hunter March, delves into the latest celebrity and pop culture news. Packed with trending entertainment news, humorous sketches and over-the-top games, this series attacks top headlines and juicy gossip without the boundaries of daytime television. These three hosts exchange their unfiltered and no-holds-barred opinions on pop culture's hottest, and sometimes weirdest, stories. The snarky banter and personal anecdotes often veer from the unexpected and inappropriate to the completely outrageous. These diverse, young hosts offer both weekly breakdowns and wild takedowns of everything celebrity.

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A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
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A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
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A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
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Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and guest host Vivica A. Fox talk about Charlize Theron's relationship deal breakers, discuss private jet celebrity horror stories and play Wellness or Hellness.
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Taylor Swift's neighborhood drama; Hollywood's obsession with pet psychics; lifestyle magazines.
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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez's finances; Gigi Hadid's design taste.
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Ciara and Russell Wilson's new baby; Victoria Beckham's engagement rings; cringe-worthy moments from this year's Emmy-nominated shows.
aired 14 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 15 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 17 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Nina Parker and Hunter March talk about Kanye West's campaign rally; Paris Hilton's at-home workouts; a fun game of Survey Says.
aired 21 days ago
Nina Parker, Hunter March and Finesse Mitchell discuss Jay-Z and Beyoncé's alleged no men on set policy, Travis Scott ghosting T-Pain in the studio, and dating do's and don'ts.
aired 22 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 24 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 28 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 29 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 31 days ago
Nina Parker, Hunter March and Bill Bellamy talk about Lizzo clapping back at haters; Katy Perry's belly button during pregnancy; playing a fun game of Relationship Trolls.
aired 35 days ago
A takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 36 days ago
Kim Kardashian's getaway in Wyoming; Dr. Dre's divorce; the craziest reality show moments during Reality Check.
aired 38 days ago
Meg Thee Stallion's performance at the BET Awards; Oprah and Gayle's reunion lunch; a game of Relationship Trolls.
aired 43 days ago
Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone's romance; Katy Perry's babymoon; drive-in concerts becoming the new way to enjoy music.
aired 45 days ago
Celebrity tributes for Father's Day; the craziest Lifetime movie scenes; playing Down for Whatever.

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