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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 weekly show 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 of the week. 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 weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
VOD available
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
VOD available
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
VOD available
Khloe and Tristan's awkward reunion on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"; JLo's insane pole dancing training for "Hustlers"; signs of relationship trolling.
aired 15 days ago
Scarlett Johansson's pro-Woody Allen stance; Cardi B's beef with a bunch of 10-year-olds; the rising popularity of choreplay; a fun game featuring love advice from "Men's Health Magazine."
aired 22 days ago
Billie Eilish's beef with NYLON magazine; Jared Leto's musical cult; "Nightly Pop's" lifestyle brand.
aired 25 days ago
The celebrity couple trolling one other; the worst Cardi B impression; the internet chicken sandwich debate; travel mishaps.
aired 26 days ago
The hosts round up the biggest pop culture stories of the week, including Taylor Swift's song trend, Missy's comeback, the wildest week in reality TV, and more.
aired 32 days ago
Witherspoon and Aniston's new show; BravoCon buzz; what activity Chrissy Teigen is creating chatter about; bad movie accents.
aired 33 days ago
Miley's new song; why fans are mad at Britney Spears; the Chrisley family drama; a special in-studio dating game.
aired 39 days ago
Miley and Liam's split; drunk Taylor; the Netflix cheating crisis; which celeb has the best "O" face.
aired 40 days ago
Which star is double dating with an ex; one wild proposal; the secret rules behind "Bachelor" nation.
aired 46 days ago
Katy Perry's sticky situation; Diplo's air scare; trends with benefit and relationship advice.
aired 47 days ago
Kanye's new housing idea; what women really look for in a partner; awkward red-carpet run-ins; a celebrity quote guessing game.
aired 53 days ago
The celebrity wedding that ended in a brawl; who's getting daddy-shamed; rumored royal rules; a star-studded drinking game.
aired 54 days ago
Beyonce's extreme diet; which celebrity is dating their son's ex; the most outrageous reality shows; celebrities strange set requests.
aired 60 days ago
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 61 days ago
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 67 days ago
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 68 days ago
Beyoncé's Grand Canyon shutdown; Cosmopolitan Magazine's sex tips; Jason Momoa's body shamers.
aired 74 days ago
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.

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