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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.

Latest episodes

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Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss Jesse Metcalfe's alleged infidelity; Tyler Cameron being thirsty on Jennifer Garner's IG post; 90 Day Fiance; and more.
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Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss Kim Kardashian shading Kylie Jenner during a makeover session;Twitter is roasting Tyler Perry for his latest film "A Fall From Grace"; and playing a fun game.
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A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
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Charlize Theron's worst date ever; Kesha fan-girling over Nicolas Cage; and play a dating game called, Demented Dating.
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Kim Kardashian's latest fridge alert; a breakdown of the heated fight on MTV's Siesta Key; and dating drama in Relationship Trolls.
aired 12 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and Nina Parker discuss Cardi B possibly running for Congress; Champagne-Gate on last night's episode of "The Bachelor"; play a fun guessing game called A Lifetime of Sickos.
aired 13 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss all things Oscars, including JLo & Lupita Nyong'o's snubs; remember all of the lessons "Grey's Anatomy" has taught viewers; and play a fun guessing game called Ruff Around the Edges.
aired 17 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and Nina Parker talk Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's dramatic exit from their royal duties; Jillian Michaels shading Lizzo; a CRAZY fight on Floribama Shore; and play a fun game of Incog-Weirdo.
aired 18 days ago
JLo's production company being sued by the woman who inspired "Hustlers"; talking all things "Vanderpump Rules" after its premiere; introducing a new segment, "Payback's a bitch, Bitch!"
aired 19 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker break down Oprah's first 2020 Vision stop with Julianne Hough's inspirational Kinrgy workout, Jana Kramer's 24 hour rule, and a fun game with "The Bachelor's" first impressions.
aired 20 days ago
On tonight's episode, Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and Nina Parker recap the best moments from the 2020 Golden Globes, debate whether or not Beyonce and Jay Z were too cool for the Globes, play a fun game of I'm With Stupid, and so much more.
aired 24 days ago
Going after the jerks that made fun of Blue Ivy Carter's looks; CNN's boozy live NYE broadcast; a fun game of "Oh Veil No!" where they discuss terrible wedding situations.
aired 28 days ago
A weekly takedown of some of pop culture's juiciest stories, unfiltered, unexpected and frequently outrageous.
aired 34 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and Nina Parker review the naughtiest reality show clips, discuss the craziest holiday movies of past years, and play a special game of "I'm With Stupid."
aired 35 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March and Nina Parker discuss Channing Tatum's alleged Raya profile, what it's like to date Taylor Swift, and play a fun game of "Sketched Out" with terrible celebrity courtroom drawings.
aired 39 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss the status of Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima's relationship, the "Real Housewives of Orange County" reunion, and play a fun game of Trends with Benefits.
aired 40 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss Kevin Hart's shockingly candid new docuseries, Selena Gomez's embarrassing accident, and debate whether or not some of the 'Bachelor' contestant's tidbits are fun facts or red flags.
aired 41 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker discuss Whoopi Goldberg going off on Meghan McCain during "The View," Jay Z protecting Beyonce's privacy, season two of You and some of the craziest relationship situations on the internet.
aired 42 days ago
Morgan Stewart, Hunter March, and Nina Parker talk about Harry Styles' new album.
aired 46 days ago
Kim Kardashian's latest lawsuit; Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles' reunion on "The Late Late Show."
aired 47 days ago
Nick Cannon and Eminem's ongoing beef; Lizzo defends her revealing outfit at the Lakers game.

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