On Monday night, John Oliver hosted a panel to mark the 20th anniversary of the acclaimed political satire Wag The Dog, leading a discussion with the film’s producer Jane Rosenthal, director Barry Levinson, and stars Robert DeNiro and Dustin Hoffman. But what was most likely billed as a light conversation quickly…
I know we are all anxiously awaiting the opening of Black Panther early next year, and we know it is going to be the blackest movie ever—but Disney has just announced the full cast of The Lion King, and now we know that will be the blackest Disney movie ever.
A second lawsuit has been filed against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this week over the secrecy shrouding its plans to kill off net neutrality.
Last time the FCC took on net neutrality, comedian John Oliver’s video about the issue was a turning point. The clip Went Viral, and led to thousands of public comments with the FCC in favor of rules enforcing net neutrality. Now that the FCC is seeking to smash those rules, Oliver is back again with another video…
If you were holding out hope that maybe, just maybe, the last few days were all just a bad dream, and an orange-tinted reality TV star/bigot wasn't actually elected President of the United States of America—I'm sorry to report that you're sadly mistaken.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart was not kind to disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner through his sexting scandals. But that isn't stopping Weiner from using another of The Daily Show's greatest jokes to troll Donald Trump.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto got some unwanted international publicity Sunday night when comedian John Oliver of HBO's Last Week Tonight mocked his administration for its ill-planned ad campaign urging citizens not to complain.
John Oliver is not a violent man, but if you read a lot of news websites on Monday mornings, you might get a different impression.
The following is a poem composed entirely of verbs that have been used in online news headlines about video clips from "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver."