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AMC follows episodes of its satirical dark comedy "Dietland," which focuses on a plethora of critical issues facing woman today, with this companion show hosted by actress Aisha Tyler. Unlike a conventional after show confined to the companion series itself, "Unapologetic" features Tyler leading topical discussions around the broader, female-centric issues and themes of "Dietland." AMC says, "We couldn't be happier to have the extraordinarily smart and talented Aisha Tyler leading the conversation for this series, which will be topical, issue-oriented, unfiltered and funny, just like its scripted sibling."

Latest episodes

aired 664 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode 110 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; Aisha is joined by Tamara Tunie, Tess Holliday and Diane Guerrero.
aired 671 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode 109 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; guests include Tramell Tillman, Margaret Cho and Mira Sorvino.
aired 678 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode 108 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; guests Robin Weigert, Laverne Cox, Matt McGorry join the conversation.
aired 685 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode 107 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; guests Marti Noxon, Charlize Theron and Roxane Gay join the conversation.
aired 692 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" Episode 106; guests Alanna Ubach, Nikki Glaser and Alyssa Mastromonaco.
aired 699 days ago
Recap of Dietland Episode 105; guests Tamara Tunie, Sasheer Zamata and Bakari Sellers.
aired 706 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode "F... This"; she also tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; guests include Erin Darke, DeRay Mckesson and Cameron Esposito.
aired 713 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episode "Y Not" and tackles timely issues; guests Julianna Margulies, Gloria Allred and Yvette Nicole Brown.
aired 720 days ago
Aisha Tyler recaps "Dietland" episodes 101 and 102 and tackles topical issues with honesty and humor; guests include Joy Nash, Marti Noxon, and Lindy West.

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