Guest Bookings: Colbert, Maher, DeGeneres

Arch conservative Ann Coulter duels with liberal comic Bill Maher on Sunday’s Real Time With Bill Maher (SoHo2, 9.30) — and the host “triple downs” on Stan Lee fans with a “Goodbye Mr Strips” vent.

Deadline reports the “frenemy” banter about President Trump was more jokey than stately.

Coulter, who earlier tweeted that the shutdown-ending Donald Trump was the wimpiest president in history, offered up one jokey provocation after another. On Trump’s ever-downsizing wall-turned-fence: “Now it’s a gentle little garden trellis.”

Scheduled for Prime’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert are:

  • Tuesday, 12.40am: John Goodman and a stand-up comedy performance by Samantha Ruddy.
  • Tuesday, 11.30: Cliff Sims and an interview with and musical performance by Paul Simon.
  • Wednesday, 10.30: Governor Chris Christie and Yvette Nicole Brown.
  • Thursday, 11.30: John Heilemann, Mark McKinnon & Alex Wagner and Max Greenfield.

And appearing next week on The Ellen DeGeneres Show (TVNZ 1, 9am/2pm weekdays):

  • Monday: Sarah Paulson and Dean Lewis.
  • Tuesday: Debra Messing.
  • Wednesday: James Corden and Beth Stern.
  • Thursday: Jimmy Kimmel and  Miley Cyrus.
  • Friday: Courtney Cox and Christina Aguilera.
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One Response to “Guest Bookings: Colbert, Maher, DeGeneres”

  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/ on line 66
    January 28, 2019 at 3:49 am

    And yet, a new talk show, Handler’s new effort, was billed by Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer, as a reimagining of the late-night talk show for the on-demand generation is a different sort of format from the high-concept scripted series, documentaries and kiddie-show revivals Netflix has attempted so far. Will Handler be producing a five-day-a-week programme? Will she need to compete with other programmes to book guests? Will she need a writing staff at the ready? For that matter, will sidekick Chuy Bravo also make the journey from E! to OTT?

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