Seth Meyers, who is "Saturday Night Live’s" longest serving anchor on the show’s wildly popular "Weekend Update," takes over as host of NBC’s "Late Night" — home to A-list celebrity guests, memorable comedy and the best in musical talent. As the Emmy Award-winning head writer for "SNL," Meyers has established a reputation for sharp wit and perfectly timed comedy, and has gained fame for his spot-on jokes and satire. Meyers takes his departure from "SNL" to his new post at "Late Night," as Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show".
Seth takes a closer look at Trump appearing in court for his civil fraud trial, the GOP's sham impeachment inquiry for Biden, Rudy Giuliani being sued by his ex-lawyer and more in an episode-long A Closer Look.
Seth teams up with Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel for a brand-new Jokes Seth Can't Tell before speaking with guests Tracy Morgan and Chris Hayes.
Seth takes a closer look at House Republicans descending into chaos after ousting former Speaker Kevin McCarthy before speaking with guests Nick Offerman and Siobhan Fallon Hogan and welcoming musical guest Jungle.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans going at each other's throats after a small group of hardliners ousted former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy before speaking with guests Anne Hathaway and David Byrne.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump endorsing Ohio congressman Jim Jordan as the next Speaker of the House before speaking with guests Amy Sedaris and Colin Quinn.
Seth checks in with his monologue writers and holds a surprise inspection to review the quality of their jokes before speaking with guests Bob Odenkirk, Marcello Hernández and Aparna Nancherla.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans choosing Congressman Steve Scalise as nominee for Speaker of the House before speaking with guests Reba McEntire and Werner Herzog and welcoming musical guest Tom Odell.
Seth takes a closer look at House Republicans defying Trump on a secret ballot to choose their next nominee for house speaker while the completely paralyzed chamber scrambles to get the votes together before speaking with guests Bowen Yang and Jason Blum.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans nominating Congressman Jim Jordan, a key player in the January 6 coup attempt, for House speaker and Trump getting hit with his second gag order before speaking with guests Kelly Clarkson and Erin Andrews and welcoming musical guest Ryan Beatty.
Seth sizzles through a list of topics and fires sick burns at some deserving subjects, like rats and summer blockbusters, before speaking with guests Josh Gad and Joe Pera and getting a cooking lesson from chef Ayesha Nurdjaja.
Seth takes a closer look at Jim Jordan, January 6 conspirator, losing a second bid to become House speaker, leaving Republicans in total chaos before speaking with guests Nathan Lane, Lauren Schuker Blum and Rebecca Angelo.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump's former election lawyer Sidney Powell pleading guilty to election interference while Jim Jordan still lacks the votes to become House speaker before speaking with guests Billy Porter and Darren Aronofsky.
Seth takes a closer look at multiple co-defendants in one of Trump's criminal cases flipping on him by pleading guilty and agreeing to testify against him before speaking with guests John Oliver, Aaron Jackson and Josh Sharp.
A "kindness" supporter in the audience interrupts the show to get Seth to lay off Florida Governor Ron DeSantis before Seth speaks with guests Nate Bargatze, Andrew Rannells and Jesmyn Ward.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans finally electing a speaker of the House after three weeks of humiliating chaos before speaking with guests Allison Williams and Fisher Stevens.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump storming out of a Manhattan courtroom after being reprimanded by a judge for violating a gag order before speaking with guests Morgan Freeman and McKay Coppins.
Seth takes a closer look at a judge in one of Trump's January 6 criminal cases reinstating a partial gag order before speaking with guests David Duchovny and Reneé Rapp and welcoming Rapp for a musical performance.
Seth reminisces about a simpler - albeit recent - time in Back in My Day before speaking with guests Meg Ryan, Kaitlan Collins and Sarah Cooper.
Seth takes a closer look at Donald Trump's son testifying in the civil fraud trial that could cost the Trump family their entire business empire before speaking with guests Henry Winkler and Brendan Hunt.
Seth takes a closer look at Donald Trump Jr. testifying that he had virtually nothing to do with his own company's financial documents, despite personally signing them before speaking with guests Willie Geist and James Austin Johnson.
Seth takes a closer look at Donald Trump taking the stand today for an angry and combative appearance in his New York civil fraud trial before speaking with guests Jennifer Hudson and Matt Rogers.
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin recaps what's happening in pop culture news before Seth speaks with guests Rachel Maddow, Jeff Tweedy and Ms. Pat.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans wallowing as presidential frontrunner Donald Trump faces more legal trouble and his daughter Ivanka takes the stand before speaking with guests Leslie Jones and Judd Apatow and welcoming Rett Madison for a musical performance.
Seth takes a closer look at Ivanka distancing herself from Trump as he remains the GOP frontrunner after a fiery and pointless debate last night before speaking with guests Hilary Duff and Please Don't Destroy.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump's plans for completing his authoritarian takeover of government in a second term before speaking with guests Awkwafina and Micaela Diamond and welcoming Teddy Swims for a musical performance.
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2024 Republican presidential candidates before speaking with guests Ed Helms, Eve Hewson and Ari Melber.
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans turning the U.S. Capitol into the UFC Octagon after former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy allegedly assaulted a congressman before speaking with guests Ariana DeBose and Iman Vellani.
Seth takes a closer look at the House Ethics Committee releasing a devastating report about alleged lawbreaking by Republican Rep. George Santos before speaking with guests Chris Tucker and Paul Dano.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump and his legal team preparing for the very real possibility that he will be on trial for various criminal charges throughout the entire 2024 general election before speaking with guests Wanda Sykes and Taran Killam.
Seth teams up with Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel for a brand-new Jokes Seth Can't Tell before speaking with guests Gayle King, Brian Cox and Da'Vine Joy Randolph.
Seth delivers a completely incoherent rant about why 50 is the new 20 before speaking with guests Paul Giamatti, Andrew Moskos and Pep Rosenfeld.
Seth takes a closer look at the 2024 presidential election and the various ways in which Donald Trump winning a second term is very bad before chatting with his family on Thanksgiving.
Michael Shannon, Jason Narducy, Rachel Bloom
Elizabeth Banks, Jesse David Fox, Stephen Sanchez
Maluma, Tony Shalhoub
Colin Jost, Gael García Bernal
Seth & Dua Lipa go day drinking; TV host George Stephanopoulos; Marcus Gilmore sits in with the 8G Band.
Actress Kate McKinnon; podcast hosts Carmelo Anthony and The Kid Mero; Marcus Gilmore sits in with the 8G Band.
Actress Danielle Brooks; Alexander Stewart performs; Marcus Gilmore sits in with the 8G Band.
Actress Tracee Ellis Ross; comic Mike Birbiglia; Marcus Gilmore sits in with the 8G Band.
Jeremy Allen White, Hannah Waddingham
Sarah Silverman, Greta Lee, Rick Martinez
Adam Driver, Gary Gulman
Seth welcomes actress Amy Poehler, singer Jack Antonoff, a musical performance by Bleachers, and Fred Armisen sits in with the 8G Band.
James McAvoy, Rachel Dratch
Dua Lipa, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, David Chase
Tina Fey, Andrew Scott
Renée Rapp, Ian McShane, Black Pumas
Clive Owen, Isla Fisher, Robert Smigel
Common, Tom Hollander
Sarah Paulson, Punkie Johnson, Brad Meltzer
Alex Wagner, J. Smith-Cameron, Baby Tate
Seth takes a closer look at Lindsey Graham throwing Trump under the bus to a grand jury while Peter Navarro is sentenced to four months in prison and Trump threatens to blacklist anyone who donates to Nikki Haley before speaking with guests Kenan Thompson and Ronny Chieng.
Seth welcomes actor Sterling K. Brown, actress Melissa Rauch, and Colleen Clark sits in with the 8G Band.
James Corden, Devery Jacobs, Nico Carney
Bryan Cranston, Lola Tung
Seth welcomes actor Larry David, journalist Katy Tur, and Colleen Clark sits in with the 8G Band.
Seth welcomes Senator Bernie Sanders, actress Zosia Mamet, and Dan Peters sits in with the 8G Band.
Molly Ringwald, Kay Adams, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
Dakota Johnson, Sheryl Lee Ralph
Jeffrey Wright, Jon Cryer
Beanie Feldstein, Ben Mendelsohn, Brooks Wackerman
Chris Hayes, Geraldine Viswanathan, Matt Goldich
Jake Tapper, Chelsea Peretti, Stephen Wilson Jr.
Chance the Rapper, Margaret Qualley, Emilio Vitolo
Austin Butler, Jenny Slate, Two Door Cinema Club