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At CBS' upfront presentation, the new 'Late Show' host jokingly says, 'We will do the best show we possibly can and occasionally make the network very angry at us.'
The former host of 'The Colbert Show' will use the money he raised from the auction of his desk and set to help students and teachers in South Carolina.
'I don't want to be the guy to take over for Jon Stewart,' Colbert says during an event at the Tribeca Film Festival, adding, 'I would never, however successful I'd be, get underneath his shadow.'
Series star and creator Mindy Kaling has shared a picture of herself and the former 'Colbert Report' host, who sports a beard and a priest's robe, inside a church.
CBS reveals 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert' will officially go on air September 8 after David Letterman takes a bow on May 20.
Notable events in this second part include major changes on CBS' late-night line-up, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's extravaganza wedding, and Tracy Morgan's deadly car accident.
Jon Stewart, Bryan Cranston, Jeff Daniels, James Franco, George Lucas and many more help send off Stephen Colbert with a musical number.
The Comedy Central host makes a big mistake when he laughs at the dragon, who mocks Khaleesi's dragons on 'Game of Thrones' and the Toothless of 'How to Train Your Dragon'.
The POTUS delivers The Word which he renames The Decree to make it sound more presidential, poking fun at his own presidency.
During an interview, Stephen questions Jon's patriotism, saying, 'Are you a 'Blame America First'?'
The comedian will make his last appearance on the Comedy Central show Thursday, December 18.
The 'Colbert Report' host has some playful revenge by introducing the 'Voice' coach as 'Gwar Stemponi' on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'.
The 50-year-old comedian said Gwen was not 'a huge fan of the show' after she mispronounced his last name when presenting him with an award at the Monday awards-giving event.
The former First Lady plays hilarious name-drop game with Stephen Colbert and has the funnyman promote her new book.
The host of CBS' 'Late Show' drops funny nicknames like Morlando Blur, Mustin Keebler, Jelusty Gobbler, and Sorlena Blomez while narrating their love relationships.